Most people who have owned a Playstation from back in the day have more than likely played a game called Wipeout. Essentially it was just a futuristic racing game where you would race against opponents in spaceships and you had the ability to upgrade parts of your ship to improve it.
Every so often we get a week where a lot of what we report on is about games making their way to Android in the near future. It's Monday and it already is shaping up to be one of those weeks. Another game that will be making the jump to Android soon is Dungeon Crawlers.
Gameloft has been working on a new feature that will slowly start making its way into a lot of their games soon for Android. This feature is the ability to talk to other players on a particular game you happen to be playing at the time using voice chat over LTE networks.
Not too long ago we reported on a Minecraft-style game called BlockWorld which did have a lot of promise and potential for those of you who like trying out games that are similar to Minecraft. Well the developers have made a new version of the game called BlockWorld 2D.
Strange Games, made up of an anonymous bunch of developers who previously worked on such titles as Gears of War and F.E.A.R., just debuted their first title onto mobile called Demolicious. Currently on iOS, the developers will also be bringing this game to Android as well.
Can’t wait for Shadowgun:Deadzone to hit your brand new, still has that fresh out of the box smell, Tegra 3 device? Well Madfinger Games has a treat for you impatient folks out there. On their official Madfinger Games forums, admin RAZO announced that the once iOS exclusive add on, Shadowgun:Leftover will hit the Android Market this week as an update.
An indie developer has posted a new game over on the XDA forums based off the FPS (first-person shooter) game Counter-Strike. Some people may call it a port but it really is a game built from the ground up using Unity3D that happens to use some of the Counter-Strike assets.
Good news for all you Resident Evil fans out there, LG has brought Resident Evil 4 over to Android. Yes we do mean LG has brought it to Android, not Capcom. Now you can get all excited for a minute, go ahead, we will wait until you are done.
Seems like Minecraft addicts also like crafting on the go. Mojang's Minecraft: Pocket Edition reached a whopping 700,000 downloads in a span of two months. Developer Daniel Kaplan revealed in a tweet the astounding number of the combined download for both iOS and Android.
We are not exactly sure why companies decide to randomly come out and speak against certain things but the latest to do so is Namco Bandai. For some particular reason they have come out to speak against the Freemium business model that is currently gaining a lot of momentum on Android.
Mobile gamers eager to get additional information on Madfinger Games' Shadowgun multiplayer serving are in luck. In an interview with PocketGamer, Marek Rubas (co-founder), shed some light on the upcoming online frag fest (yes it will include grenades) title.