A couple of weeks ago OrangePixel announced that they were working on a new installment into the Meganoid franchise. Well since then the developers have released details about the game, which you can check out here, and now we have a new gameplay trailer for us to check out while we wait for the game's release.
Released by Romero Games Ltd, Gunman Taco Truck is a cooking sim, in a looser sense. Set in the year 2020 after several nuclear bombs have been accidentally detonated, players will be driving the eponymous Taco Truck, trying to head to safety. Beginning in the southwest, players will hop from one city to the next, as they work their way north, into Canada, beginning in San Diego. Players will be charged with making tacos in a given city, in order to generate cash.
Fans of Dungeon Crawlers may want to take a look at this upcoming entrant into the fold: dubbed Dungeon Rushers, this is a game that focuses on turn based combat, crafting items, and even level editing. The game is based around the story of Elian, a professional toilet cleaner. He is dissatisfied with his life, and is aspiring for more. Thus, he elects to join a community of dungeon looters, where he falls in with other colorful characters that seek to end the monopolization of said dungeons by an sinister corporation.
Initially released on iOS quite some time back, Tomb of the Mask has finally been ported over to Android. The back story for this game is quite simple, in that players assume the role of an adventurer who stumbles upon a golden mask that enables the ability to climb walls. From there, players will guide the adventurer through a series of vertical tombs, that have a labyrinthine layout and are replete with traps and hazards.
You were sick and you were tired, you said to yourself one lonely afternoon, of having to slog through masses of filler mobs on your phone just to get to the real fight. You just wanted to face off against the end-level bosses, you remarked in a low voice as you sat alone on your couch. Little did you know that you weren't actually alone. Nexon Corporation was there, sci-fi villain-style, listening to you unleash your woes through your smartphone's mic, but unlike a sci-fi villain, it was scrambling all of its manpower and resources to come up with a solution to help you. That solution turned out to be Evil Factory, which ensures that you skip the filler and get to the killer (bosses).
Jack the miner is a 2D mining game that's recently been released on to Android. In this game, players will assume the eponymous role of Jack, a robot that fortunately is designed for the task at hand. Unfortunately for Jack, he's stuck on this far flung world and looking to fly off of it, which requires that he mine for Osmium, a precious metal of sorts necessary for escape, but far from the only material found beneath the planet's surface.
Super Mario World may still be a few weeks away from an Android release, but Nintendo isn't letting up on its newfound momentum. The much anticipated Fire Emblem: Heroes is now out as promised, albeit in select regions only. Heroes is currently playable in Japan and Oceania, and Nintendo of Europe tweeted earlier today that the game is available in Europe as well.
Fill Grid is a simple puzzler that that has recently made its release on to the Android platform. In this game, players are simply given a grid that requires filling, beginning at a 5 x 5 size and eventually working its way up to 10 x 10. Each grid will be partially populated with numbers, from which players can extend one or more straight lines, to fill the number of squares requisite with that number.
Vitaly Stepanoff of Artwork Games, has created a colorful and endearing game with Brave Train. If you enjoy Match 3 type games and a dash of Snake, then Brave Train will probably interest you. The game has a cute appeal, and plenty of achievements that will keep you coming back to this one. It is a game that young and old can play, so it checks the box for family fun.
Artifex Mundi isn't necessarily known for action games. However, they have delivered a solid and enjoyable action game in Bladebound. If you like playing RPG's, or hearken back to the days of games like Diablo on PC, then this is an excellent title to check out. The story is intriguing, the artwork is top notch, and the game plays well on either a tablet or your phone. It has taken a while for this one to come out, but it is well worth the wait.
Released by Pandora Game Studio, Bushido Saga is a hack and slash that's recently been released on Android. In this game players will assume the role of Oishi, a samurai who serves to protect the Asano clan in 18th century Japan. The story is based on the Legend of the 47 Ronin.