Nimblebit's cool little pixel art filled game Tiny Tower will be turning 5yrs old and to celebrate that milestone, the developers have been working on a massive update for the game. In order to be sure that all is working properly with this update, Nimblebit is starting to look for testers who want to give the update a whirl and make sure everything is functioning properly.
EA has decided to soft launch one of their next FIFA related titles on Android in a couple of select regions. FIFA Soccer: Prime Stars is a sports simulation game where players will be building their teams using players from the full and up-to-date 2015/2016 season squads. However, this isn't your typical soccer sim game in a couple of ways.
Trickster Arts has announced their next release for Android called Hackers. This particular game takes place in an alternate reality where software that was designed to make hacking into systems a lot easier to accomplish, with this software also getting released to the public on a grand scale, making it easily accessible to anyone wanting to use it.
We have made a few Counter-Strike style of games making their way onto mobile over the past year and a half, and while there games ended up pretty good, they were not the actual games from the Counter-Strike franchise. However, that has all changed as one man has managed to port the 1.6 version of the game over, multiplayer and all, to Android.
Fans of the Harvest Moon franchise have a lot to look forward to with the announcement today of a full Harvest Moon game heading to Android soon. The full name for this game is Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories and will be the first mainline full Harvest Moon game to land on mobile devices. The franchise itself has been around since the mid-1990s and has built up quite the fan base since the original game's release.
Oh Crescent Moon Games... thy pixels do we appreciate! Hot on the heels of last week's puzzle game Jewel Road, is another pixel-based entry for the studio. Elvin: The Water Sphere is a delightful looking platformer that will be arriving in the Play Store this week. It looks fantastic, and April 21st is the day it should arrive.
As the number of publishers turning to the free-to-play revenue model continued to proliferate across the mobile space, French developer, Gameloft, remained the last bastion of premium priced experiences void of in-app-purchases. Gamers that sought refuge from the oft maligned "freemium" approach to content found that Gameloft offered a library of titles that were sold as complete games for one price; the revenue model most familiar to those who play games on dedicated gaming devices, and a model that many veteran gamers still expect on mobile platforms such as Android and iOS.
A few days ago, DroidGamers was one of the first media sites to uncover the new gem of a game called Goo Saga. You can read our brief review of the game here. The great news is that we have been talking with Toka Loka Games over the past couple of days after they saw our article. They kindly decided to team up with us to give away ten free promo codes for the game.
Announced jointly by both Activision and Sony, Android gamers will now have a new Ghostbusters game to enjoy soon. Dubbed Ghostbusters: Slime City, this game will focus on events that are to take place after what's to be shown in the upcoming movie. As the premise goes, players will be assuming the role of a squad of rookies, who have been charged with watching over station while their more famous counterparts are doing more high profile work around the country.
Today Gameloft has begun teasing two big updates for two of their major titles, one of those being Dungeon Hunter 5, while the other being Order & Chaos Online. While both updates don't have a ton of details available as of yet, we do know a few of the more major features that will be making their debut.
Google launched the Indie Corner on Google Play back in February of this year, and each week or so it features some of the newer and best indie games that are available on Google Play. This week's list is actually quite a good one, with 15 pretty great indie titles being showcased.