Well if the Ouya saga hasn't been interesting enough for you as of late, today's news will certainly get your interested and quite possibly not in a good way. After Razer confirmed that the purchase of the Ouya company, mainly the software and the development team, news is now out that the company is backing out of their promised $1 million fund for indie developers.
Noodlecake's popular tapping frenzy of a game called Bitcoin Billionaire will soon be getting a pretty massive update called Bitstone to the Past. This will be a very large content update which will be taking Bitcoin Billionaire into the past. How far into the past? Well it looks like there will be some prehistoric goodness with this update.
WeGo Interactive released a 3D arcade game called Cliffy Jump with features the same sort of isometric 3D visual styles as Crossy Road does. In fact there is a fair bit of inspiration found in Cliffy Jump that is largely thanks to Crossy Road, right down to the numerous characters you can find and play as. It is also just as addictive.
Operation Deimos is a new terrorist-filled shooting game that features a cubic-based pixel visual style to it. While this game does take the first-person perspective, it is actually a continuously side-scrolling gallery shooter, but a lot more animated than your typical gallery shooter title.
Mobile gaming is generally considered a human activity but what if your cat wants to play a mobile game? Most cats like to watch the goings on over on your mobile device's screen. Perhaps they want to play a game once in awhile themselves and now there is one designed specifically for cats to play called Kitty Champion.
Released by independent game developer Richard Lord, is a game where players assemble "freaks" at a factory. The gameplay is puzzle oriented, as players are cramming as many as possible in the allotted amount of space. For a frame of reference, the game is laid out in a nearly identical fashion to the more commonly known Bubble Shooter games, only with Freak Factory, there's no apparent way to remove the freaks once they're in place.
Released by Yoojos, Hoba Wars is a whack-a-mole inspired game. Players set out to destroy the evil Hoba, colored in red, by tapping on them when they poke their heads out from their craters. Other innocent Hoba need to be protected, but these green colored Hoba will poke their heads out just the same.
Released by HyperDevBox, makers of ExZeus and its sequel, Matchiiz is a new 3D puzzle game for Android. The premise of the game is simple enough: players are attempting to burn up all the matchsticks on a given board.
Sc0tt Games has been teasing the fourth and final installment into their Five Nights at Freddy's for a bit now, and throughout the entire time teasing this game it has always been labeled as an October 2015 release. More specifically, a Halloween release. However that appears to be changing and now this game is slated for release in August 2015.
Ducktales, the classic NES and Gameboy games from Capcom from that was based on the Disney cartoon, was Remastered a few years back, for console systems current at the time, as well as mobile operating systems such as Android. Given the quality of the game, it's not difficult to see why Disney and Capcom would be asking $9.99 for the game, nor that the original releases saw a million sales each. Fortunately, it's now on sale for only $0.99.
Ponos today has pushed out the long awaited version 3.0 for their game The Battle Cats which includes the newest chapter for the game's story mode called Into The Future. The new chapter takes players into the far future where you will be going up against the rather bizarre and touch soldiers of the Alien army.