Earlier this month we talked about Crescent Moon Games who happens to have a few titles on the way to Google Play in the very near future. One of those titles also happens to be trying to get on Steam through the Greenlight project and is called Mines of Mars. Well the fine folks over at Crescent Moon Games have released another trailer for this game showcasing more of the gameplay that will be arriving with Mines of Mars.
From time to time we get a big game released onto Google Play that ends up getting pulled almost immediately after the game has launched. This is usually due to some technical error with the game that needs to be fixed and also to make sure that a bunch of people don't download the game, experience the bug and leave bad ratings and reviews. This is basically what happened with the new Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded.
For those of you eager to get your hands on the next installment in Gameloft's Asphalt racing series, it turns out that the game has been delayed. According to one of the Gameloft Community Managers, the August 8th release date given during Google's Nexus 7 press event was not an official release date.
Apparently a Japanese arcade has decided to take steps to ensure that the fine folks who are in their arcade are spending money and not sitting around playing mobile games instead. So what did this arcade do to try and persuade patrons to spend their money on the arcade's games? Ban smartphones of course. While this is definitely filed under the 'Humor' category of news, there is some interesting things to note about this situation.
Having already been out on iOS for a short period, Square Enix will finally be bringing Deus Ex: The Fall to Android next month. According to a blog post over on the official Deus Ex website, the developers announce support for the iPad 2 before going over a bunch of details regarding that. After all the information there is a quick note at the bottom of the post announcing that the Android version is also on its way finally.
Bullet Hell shooter fans who have not picked up the available titles for Android by Cave now have a good opportunity to rectify that problem on not owning all of them. This opportunity comes in the form of a Summer sale that Cave is holding where four of their Bullet Hell arcade shooters are on sale for a limited time.
There is a new empire building 4x strategy game available for Android gamers to check out called Rising Empires. Developed by Hellhound Interactive, this game features six playable races with each one having their own set of unique abilities. There is also one very interesting feature about this game and that is there's actually two levels to fight on.
DeNA's latest big hit game The Drowning has been out on iOS for a short period of time now and while the game itself has received a lot of high praises, the free-to-play the game comes with seems to be a bit of a hot topic of discussion. You may remember us talking about this game when it was first announced back in December of last year where it was officially confirmed for iOS but we hit up Ben Cousins on Twitter to get confirmation that it would also be arriving for Android as well.
Jujubee Games has announced that they are currently working on a sequel to their hit 3D racing game called Flashout. The new game is officially called Flashout 2 and will offer up a whole lot of redesign over the original game including a new enhanced Career Mode to work your way through.
A couple of days ago a game called Nakama was released onto iOS for iPhone users to play. Nakama is a rather cool retro looking side-scrolling arcade game featuring ninjas and the good news about this game is that it will be arriving onto Android courtesy of Crescent Moon Games.
Spacehopper Studios has released a new racing game onto Android today which they are describing as the classic WipeOut game reborn. Officially titled Delta-V Racing, this particular racing game has a retro flare to its visuals which you can check out while racing through the different tracks this game comes with. There is also a complete original soundtrack by UK Industrial Breakbeat musician DeathBoy.