During the last part of 2015 and the beginning of this year, Deep Silver Fishlabs announced a number of partnerships with other development companies for upcoming game releases. Now these games are starting to get announced and ready for release, with the newest one being Sacred Legends.
Omnidrone is an independent game company that is full of talented individuals. They are based in Barcelona, Spain. Their talent is showcased on their game Titan Brawl. It is full of action, strategy and mayhem. It is coming to Android and iOS soon, but you can get in on the Android beta now.
The rather humorous game Please, Don't Touch Anything will be getting a Virtual Reality version released later this month for the Oculus Rift and the Gear VR headsets. If you're not familiar with Please, Don't Touch Anything, this is a pretty unique and funny game where you are presented with a single red button in front of a monitor, along with a sign saying not to touch anything.
Previously released exclusively for Nvidia's Shield TV platform, Never Alone is a platformer that is being released generally on Google Play late next month. In Never Alone, players will assume the role of Nuna, a small girl who is striving to restore balance within the "eternal blizzard". Nuna is accompanied by a fox that, in an interesting twist, players can also control.
Released by Ogre Pixel, Black Tower Enigma is an adventure game that focuses on riddles and puzzles. In this game, players will assume the role of a humble orc named Wigo, whose wife made the mistake of putting on a magic dress, which in turn caused her to be levitated up into the sky, never to be seen again.
DeNA has released their newest title onto Android which is called Monster Builder. Just like the name suggests, players will be given their own 'base' of sorts, where they are able to create their own creatures. These creatures each have their own elemental alignment, and some of the stronger main creatures also have their own unique abilities and passive ability.
If you need some downtime in between playing Jewel Road, the unique twist on a match-3 puzzle game from Crescent Moon Games, they have another game for you to try today. Sparkwave was released on iOS earlier this year, and it received great reviews. If you like twitch type games, then Sparkwave should be added to your library of games.
Today, Android gamers have the privilege of playing one of the more interesting platformers to be released recently. If you are familiar with the game developers Bad Seed, then you know they make challenging, fun and graphically appealing games. If you aren't familiar with them, maybe you remember playing a game called Sheep Up. Okay, now that rings a bell. Game publisher Energetic has collaborated with Bad Seed, to bring their latest puzzle/platformer to Android, called The Beggar's Ride.
MildMania is based in Ankara, Turkey. Their Chief Executive Ninja, Burkay Ozdemir, informed us that their new colorful puzzle/platforming game Cattch, will be coming to Android soon. Cattch released on iOS this week, and the Android version should be entering the beta phase this week. Based on what we have seen, this is a game we want to play as soon as possible.
Released by White Wizard Games, the studio behind Star Realms, comes another digital deck building game, only this time it's built around the Cthulu Mythos. The goal of this game is fairly straightforward. Players are looking to either drive their opponent crazy. Should the game end before that point is achieved (which can occur when one's deck runs out), whichever player has the most sanity left is declared the winner.
Released by hiddencat, LIGHT is, as the headline would suggest, a stealth puzzle game for Android. In this game, players will control the eponymous ball of light called 'L.I.G.H.T.', and are tasked with completing a series of mazes in the dark, of which there are forty.