Kemco has released another retro style RPG onto Google Play this morning called Bonds of the Skies. While their last release was a trial run for the free-to-play business model, Bonds of the Skies goes back to the paid game model install. Like most of their previous released, Bonds of the Skies is a pretty big RPG title to work your way through.
Rovio has announced a new feature that will start rolling out to their games called Accounts. What this nifty little feature does is allow people who play any of Rovio's games to save their progress at any time and pick up where they left off on another device regardless if it is a phone or tablet.
Electronic Arts and Walt Disney emerged from the conference room yesterday to announce an exclusive development deal that will make EA and their subsidiaries exclusive developers for all things Star Wars for the next few years. Disney also stated that they will retain certain rights to develop new titles for the mobile and social platforms in the future, at their discretion. This is another historical exclusive score for EA as some of you may remember the EA Sports / NFL exclusive deal inked in 2004 and it remains today.
If you're a fan of comic books then you are probably familiar with Valiant's rather cool crossover event called Harbinger Wars. Well the comic is now available as a retro style platformer called Harbinger Wars: Battle Vegas which follows the events that actually happen in the crossover series.
War Drum Studios' Auralux game has had an updated pushed to it which brings with is a whole bunch of enhancements. One big part of the update is that the once Tegra exclusive game is exclusive no more. Now anyone running Honeycomb or higher can play Auralux, not just Tegra 3 owners.
Recently Popcap confirmed that aside from all that is going on with layoffs and whatnot that Plants vs Zombies 2 is still a thing and is still coming to Android. Today the company has released a preview trailer announcing an official release date, sort of, but the trailer doesn't feature any gameplay.
505 Studios has released a trailer for Snoop Dogg's Way of the Dogg rhythm-based combat game showing off some of the gameplay and how it works. While the trailer is for the XBLA version of the game, just imagine that instead of using a controller for all the actions you will be doing in time to the music, you'll be using touch screen swipes instead.
Melesta Studios is responsible for the rather enjoyable Toy Defense tower defense game on Android right now and the company has just released a sequel onto iOS, appropriately named Toy Defense 2. Melesta Studios plans to bring this sequel over to Android in the near future as well.
Snoop Dogg's rhythm/fighting game Way of the Dogg, which was developed by 505 Games, was just released onto XBLA for all you Xbox 360 owners out there to buy and play. However, 505 Games isn't stopping there with the release of Snoop Dogg's game as they play to bring Way of the Dogg to both Android and iOS in the near future.
It was only a matter of time before EA brought Popcap's Bejeweled Blitz over to Android for Bejeweled fans to kill all their free time with. Actually it is surprising that this game hadn't made it way to Android before now. Regardless of that, it is here now and match-3 puzzle fans can now dive into this new Bejeweled game on their Android devices.
Zynga has been doing some soft launches of a few games lately and while this isn't another soft launch, it is a game that will most likely see one at first before it gets fully released. Zynga is entering the world of MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) style games and Solstice Arena will be their debut MOBA title which will be arriving onto multiple platforms in the near future.
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