VooFoo Studios and Ripstone Publishing have teamed up to bring Pure Pool to Xbox One and incidentally to Android as well this month. As you may be guessing, this is a pool game where you are going to be honing you skills at the pool tables.
After having recently broken the 1million downloads mark on iOS, Supermagical has now been released onto Android as well. Published by Gala Pocket, Supermagical is an adventure game full of puzzles that you have to complete in order to progress through the storyline. It is sort of a blend of puzzler and RPG, although it is definitely more puzzle than anything else.
The rather popular roguelike fantasy game Legends of Yore will soon be getting a 'spiritual successor' soon called Legends of Fore. Aside from being a funny play on the original game's name, Legend of Fore will be developed by the same person as the original as well, Coke and Code a.k.a Kevin Glass. This time around though we will be treated to a Sci-Fi theme instead of a fantasy one.
48h Studio has released a new game onto Android, in the midst of their re-publishing of Avoid: Sensor Overload, called Avoid ZX. This particular game is basically Avoid: Sensory Overload but as it would be if played on the old school ZX Spectrum system.
Avoid: Sensory Overload is an interesting retro-style arcade game from developers 48h Studios and was originally released onto mobile (Android and iOS) but shortly after the game's release, it had to be pulled from both marketplaces due to problems with the company (going by the name Nuoxygen) that was publishing the game on both iOS and Android.
Disney has a new movie hitting theaters in a few days (November 7th, 2014 in case you don't know) but instead of releasing their movie tie-in game for Big Hero 6 on the same day as the movie's release, Disney has decided to launch it a few days early. However this may not be the type of movie tie-in game you thought it would be.
Nick Earl is somewhat infamous among mobile gamers thanks to a period of controversy during his tenure as senior vice president of EA Mobile. Despite stirring the ire of a multitude of gamers after two separate contentious incidents regarding the monetization models for Real Racing 3 and Dungeon Keeper, Earl helped guide the division through a continuous string of critical and commercial successes.
If you haven't had enough Android TV game announcements then there is some good news for you, we have more! In all seriousness, whenever there is a new Android device that aims to be quite popular, developers always rush to announce their currents games getting updated with compatibility, which is a good thing of course. Gameloft is usually one of the first companies to make these announcements each time and the Nexus Player is no exception.
Dracos is an indie game from a group of developers from Slovakia called Comunique. This particular game has players controlling two dragons simultaneously as they fly and it is your goal to navigate them around obstacles, at the same time. The biggest challenge here is actually being able to pull this off.
Upcoming Ouya game Elliot's Quest is a retro-style action-RPG title that will be arriving soon from developers Ansimuz. This is the company's attempt at making a spiritual successor to the Zelda II game from back in the day and while the visuals of this game don't show it, the mechanics that we are seeing do seem to take some inspiration for the old Zelda title.
DotEmu is another company who is jumping onto Android TV today and out of their catalog they have chosen the Double Dragon Trilogy as their first release for the Nexus Player. To celebrate the game's launch onto Android TV, DotEmu has discounted the trilogy down to $0.99 for a limited time.