A new tower offense game has arrived today on Google Play called Ambush!. Developed by Creative's Mobile Fun Factory, this game lets you invade other players' bases in a tower defense/offense style of gameplay. What this essentially means is that while you are building up your defenses for your realm, players can attack you and the same goes for you attacking other people.
Immanitas Entertainment, developers of such games as Dracula's Castle and the never released movie tie-in game Ong Bak Tri, has released a new game onto Google Play called Plant Panic. In this game players have to defend their plant against bugs and other animals while it attempts to grow from a mere seedling into a full flower.
Pixel boat Rush is the latest project from XperimentalZ Games. If you played their last game, Don't Run With A Plasma Sword, then you already know that they know how to make really fun games, around the most interesting subject matter. Pixel Boat Rush is very different from their last game. It will arrive in the Google Play Store next week, October 22nd. However, if you want to play the game now, you have the opportunity to do so, by signing up for the beta. XperimentalZ Games is doing the beta a little differently though, similar to Early Access Games on Steam. You can buy it now at a reduced cost and get all the upgrades/updates, when the game is released.
Playtime has released their second game onto Android called Storm The Castle which is an RTS game with RPG elements layered over it. This game is all about capturing castles and building up your army until you can defeat your enemy in each stage.
Rovio is celebrating the fifth birthday of their beloved franchise that literally took the company from being an obscure indie developer studio to a multi-billion dollar brand. Angry Birds has turned 5yrs old yesterday and to celebrate the original game has received a new content update.
At the end of every year everyone picks their Best Of or Game Of The Year selections. Websites do it, Google does it with their Play Store, Apple with iTunes, and so on. Google's Best Of 2014 Editor Picks is up and we finally got a moment to sift through it to see what games they picked for this list. There are some interesting selections on there to say the least.
If collaboration leads to success, then the team that has been put together to create the game SXPD: The Enforcers of Mephistopheles’ Law is off to an excellent start. In the words of Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr., “Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up.” One Big Game Company, the world’s first non-profit publisher of video games, David Perry, known for Earthworm Jim, MDK and Shiny Entertainment, Graphic Novel Artist Duke Mighten of Mighten Ink and The Little Chicken Game Company have joined together to create a true comic game hybrid in SXPD. It is coming to Android very soon and you will want to experience it for its artistry.
Crusaders Quest is a new Action-Puzzle-RPG hybrid game from Toast which is the mobile division of NHN Entertainment. This game features real-time fast-paced puzzle combat with RPG mechanics throughout. As the story goes, you are commanding an army in order to save your land from a witch who has decided to try and take it over.
Back in September of this year we posted about the fact that Mojang's strategy TCG title Scrolls would finally be arriving onto Android in the near future. Today we actually have an exact release date for the game's release and the good news about this is that we only have to wait about a week before it hits Google Play.
Sleepwalkers is a new puzzle game from developers Digital Fairytales where players will be helping to guide helpless sleepwalking people to safety. The goal is to get these people back to their beds, avoiding monsters and other hazards in the process.
Noodlecake Studios in collaboration with Adam Hunt of Yeah Us!, has just released the sequel to the extremely popular game Pumped BMX. Pumped BMX 2! is now available in the Google Play Store, and it is every bit as fun and challenging as its predecessor, with more than just a new coat of paint. Pumped BMX 2! has ridiculously smooth controls, that allow you to pull off amazing tricks, while you are grabbing air between platforms. In short, Pumped BMX 2! is well worth the price of admission.