For those familiar with the Quell Series (the eponymous Quell, along with Quell Memento, Quell Reflect, and others unrelated to this franchise, such as Swapperoo) will be happy to know that there's a new entrant into this line of logic games: Quell Zen. In a similar format to the other Quell games, players will be guiding a raindrop around a board, by using swiping gestures to cause it to move until its path is obstructed, while doing so in such a way as to navigate it around the board and avoiding obstacles.
For those who are fans of naval strategy, there's a new game to help scratch that itch. Titled as Age of Booty: Tactics, this game is a pirate-themed, turn-based strategy game, with card-based elements just to mix things up. Players will begin by selecting a name for their ship's captain, while others become available as missions are completed, and they form a "rogue's gallery" that players can later choose from.
Mobius Final Fantasy is a game we reported on back in April 2015 when the game was originally revealed. At that time there was no confirmation on whether or not this game would see life over on Western shores. However, thanks to a new announcement trailer from Square Enix, we now have confirmation of a Western release which will be happening in August of this year.
Pokemon GO has become something of a strange phenomena in that the franchise itself, Pokemon, has been around for quite some time. Now with the release of a single game within the franchise, the world has somewhat lost their minds trying to find Pokemon in real world locations. This has lead to an onslaught of strange, fake, humorous, and scary stories popping up online since the game's release. It has also revealed some interesting facts about the game.
Google has finally decided to hold a gaming-centric event and the first one will actually be coming up rather quickly. The event, which will be an indie gaming festival, will be held in San Francisco this Fall and you can be sure that we will be getting our collective asses over there when it begins.
Bethesda's wildly popular Fallout spin-off game for mobile devices, called Fallout Shelter, has received a new update today which the company is stating is the biggest update for the game so far. This update, which changes the version to 1.6, adds an entirely new combat system as well as a slew of new quests and more to the game.
2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the venerable Pokémon franchise, and gamers that have been “catching them all” since their childhood have an all new reason to dust off their Pokédex, rejoin the fray, and catalog the (sometimes) cute critters. As of this yesterday morning, Niantic Inc., the developer behind the popular augmented reality game Ingress, has begun launching Pokémon Go to the Google Play Store and iOS App Store by region.
For those who like virtual Trading Card Games, there is a new entrant into that genre. Dubbed Azedeem: End of Era, players will look to elect a hero and race, and go off adventuring from there. At the start of the game, players will choose a race (humans, orcs, ogres, or elves) and a class (wizard, mage, or warrior), and once a name is finally chosen, the game begins.
Mobile MMORPGs have started getting more and more in-depth as well as popular, like their PC brethren. In fact there's plenty of PC-based MMORPGs currently getting either mobile versions made of them, or spin-off games for mobile gamers to play. There is a new one on the way called CubeMatrix: Pixel Wars and it looks pretty interesting to say the least.
Released by Flowmotion Entertainment, Deli Dash! Cooking Scramble is a new restaurant time management game. In this players will look to become a master chef, who must begin with the lowest form of restaurant, a run-of-the-mill fast food joint. As players both prepare the dishes (meals and desserts), as well as improve their culinary skill-set, they will be able to move on to better establishments.
Vector Unit has finally announced a release date for the upcoming addition to the Riptide GP franchise. Officially titled Riptide GP: Renegades, this particular title will actually have a slightly staggered release, with the Nvidia Shield Android TV version coming out first, and then the general Android version following shortly afterwards.