Back in October of this year we reported on Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders games vanishing from the Google Play store. Later that day Trendy Entertainment confirmed that they had pulled both games from Google Play but never specified why, just that it would be back at some point. It's now the end of December and checking the forum thread regarding this on the Dungeon Defenders' website show no new information on when it will come back. The copies on Amazon's AppStore have also been pulled. Another game however has been yanked and this time it's Sega's Fallen Realm.
From time to time some ass hat has to go ripping off other peoples work in order to further their idiotic attempt at infecting as many Android devices with malware as they can. It is one of the drawbacks we have to deal with once in awhile with having an open market place and usually things are pretty decent. A newly found developer going by the name of 'apkdeveloper' however who is trying to do exactly that.
RenRen Games has released a new version of their online multiplayer cross-platform RTS games called Chaos of Three Kingdoms Deluxe. In this new version of the game there are more levels, functions and overall content. In fact this new version is almost a bit more of a hardcore edition over the existing Chaos of Three Kingdoms due to the possibility of getting prizes for just logging into the game.
Welcome to our new weekly feature where we allow you to vote for the best game that’s been released on Android for the past week. We will be highlighting a few of the best and highest profile games released, and you can make your selection from there. You'll also find out the previous week's winner as voted by you, our readers. So as the sun sets on another week of releases and as the year comes to a close, cast your vote and pick the best one.
Many people remember the day when Mika Mobile finally made the announcement that they would not be developing for Android anymore which left their games Zombieland USA and Battleheart in limbo in terms of future update, something that the iOS versions have gotten regularly. Well that all looks to be changing as Mika Mobile could be giving Android a second chance with their upcoming Battleheart sequel which is currently in development.
SNK Playmore has put their classic Neo Geo games Metal Slug 3 on sale for a mere $1.99 and Blazing Star on sale for $0.99 which is $5 off of its regular price of $6.99 for Metal Slug 3 and a couple of dollars off Blazing Star's regular price. For those of you who used to play these games when you owned a Neo Geo but for some reason haven't picked either of these up yet, now is a good time to snag a copy of either game.
It seems like today we have been talking about a lot of puzzle games whether they be hybrid titles like puzzle platformer or a straight up puzzle game. Cubles is an arcade puzzle game where you have to find and select blocks of the same color that are connected at the corners. While this is relatively easy at first, things get a lot more complicated when bombs and other hazards arrive.
Herocraft has released a new title onto the Google Play store called Ant Raid. This little game is actually quite comical in both visuals and the sound effect departments but as simple as the gameplay is, it quickly gets to be rather challenging as well. You'll be trying to keep your little ant colony alive against swarms of insects who happened to get mutated into mindless monsters.
So Google has made a list of the top 12 games that were released onto Google Play over the past year and there are some interesting titles they have picked. The games selected stretch across most genres and while some of their picks seem spot on, others are a bit of a surprised which leads us to ask the question as to whether or not you agree with their picks or if not then what ones would you switch out and with what game.
Most people have played Halfbrick's rather enjoyable arcade game called Fruit Ninja at one point or another in their mobile gaming lives. However, the threat of real fruit attacking you in real life is slim to none but if it did happen, there is at least one person out there in the world who seems to be ready to handle the task of taking on fresh fruit.
A portal inspired puzzle platformer called Nex has been in a beta stage of testing and development over the last little while but those beta tags have now officially been dropped and the full version of the game has launched onto Google Play. Featuring Portal-esque style 3D visuals and a first-person point of view, Nex is a unique looking game to sink your time into.