Creative Mobile, the creators of racing game Nitro Nation, have released a sizable update for the game. For starters, there's a new mechanic who can both create and upgrade blueprints. Upgrades now are done instantly, and at no cost. Repairs for blown engines are also instant, but continue to cost. And both of those no longer require a mechanic. Cars can also be traded in for one of the following three: cash, a booster package that's random, or an upgrade kit for cars that are racing class.
Marvel has teamed up with DeNA for a new arcade brawler that will be heading to mobile soon. Today both companies have announced that their new game, called Marvel Mighty Heroes, is actually a thing, that it will be heading our way soon, and that they want to show it off now though with a trailer and some screenshots for everyone to check out.
One of the top selling SEGA Genesis games from 1994 was a football game called Mutant League Football. This new version has already been nominated for the Most Promising IP category in this years Game Connection America 2015 Development awards. In other words it is looking pretty damn good.
Released by Aratog Games, Crazy Sapper 3D is (according to them) the "spiritual successor to the classic Minesweeper that came preinstalled on every Windows machine from 3.1 until 8. And taking a peak at the video, it doesn't appear to be far off that mark.
Com2uS and their Summoners War game will be getting a new Fusion Hexagram monster soon named IFRIT, or Ifrit for the non-capital letter friend people out there. If you don't know what a Fusion Hexagram monster is, basically these are monsters that are summoned through the use of a special summoning circle where only 4-star and 5-star monsters come out of.
A new MOBA is soft launching on iOS today but when the game breaks from that soft launch and is released on a global scale, it will also be coming to Android. Currently being developed by Critical Bacon Games, this new game is called Jurojin: Immortal Ninja and is apparently more of a fast-paced MOBA title.
Back in January 2015 Kemco put eight of their games on sale for $0.99 in a little mini-sale they decided to have that month. Well now that it is February, Kemco seems to have decided to host another one of these mini-sales, this time putting up seven games up for the low price of $0.99.
You may or may not have heard of NetEase. If you haven't, this is the company that managed to bring World of Warcraft and Hearthstone to China. They are a big company in other words and they are about to get even bigger as they have announced that they have opened their first headquarters in the West, being here in the US, and that their initial focus will actually be on mobile platforms.
Sports games on app platforms tend to be hit or miss. Most of the mobile versions of larger console games are impressive graphically but feel incomplete in their execution, not unlike the action games we so frequently see released alongside popular films. But every now and then a particular app manages to present an original take on a sports game, and that's exactly what Pikpok's "Flick-Kick" football (or soccer) games have managed to do.