Rayark Games, creators of the truly uncommon games Cytus and Deemo, have an amazing game coming to Android. Implosion has been in development for some time for Android/iOS. Rayark recently released a trailer with the opening cinematic of the game and it is brilliant. If you want to get excited about an upcoming game, then check out the trailer for Implosion.
Gameloft's newest installment into the Dungeon Hunter franchise is getting closer to release and like always the company has begun releasing more and more videos relating to the game. Today we have a new gameplay trailer for Dungeon Hunter 5 that is showing off some more of the elements in game as well as some of the skills that you will be using.
While there may be plenty of side-scrolling platformers on mobile these days, there are not a whole lot that would fit into the category of ones that you will want to play over and over. However there is one that is heading our way soon that, from what we have seen so far, looks like it would fit into that category quite nicely.
Remember the old school Paper Boy game from back in the arcade days? If you do then you will remember how fun that game could be at time. Well a new game has arrived that is sort of like Paper Boy except with a lot more violence than its inspiration had when it was popular. In Paper Boy your goal was to try and deliver newspapers to house perfectly, while riding your bike and avoiding numerous hazards along the way.
The rather popular PS Vita game Draw Slasher has made the cross-platform journey over to Android devices today. Mass Creation originally released Draw Slasher onto the PS Vita before making its way to iOS back in January 2014. Android, unfortunately, didn't get a version of the game back then but today that has changed.
Goya Studio, which is an indie game studio based in Ho Chi Minh, VietNam, has recently released their game, Omega: The First Movement on iOS a few weeks ago. Having recently talked with the studio, it appears Omega: The First Movement should be arriving soon in the Google Play Store. If you are looking for a rhythm-based game with unique art and story line, then look no further, Omega: The First Movement should be just what you are looking for.
The original Resident Evil was released in 1996, and has forever changed the landscape of horror video games. Now it's 2015 and the Resident Evil franchise is still alive and well, unlike the many zombies featured throughout the series. With the pending release of Resident Evil Revelations 2, now is a good time to catch up on the series.
Back in November 2014 Liber Primus Games released Narborion onto Android. This is basically a Choose Your Own Adventure style of RPG like those books from back in the 80's or other mobile titles from Tin Man Games. However the Narborion series is a little different because it features things like dynamic storytelling, side quests and mini games.
It is pretty interesting to see game developers trying out new things that haven't really been done before and an upcoming game for mobile called Spells of Genesis is one of those games. What is this game doing that hasn't really been done before? Well the big feature is that Spells of Genesis will be using the Bitcoin Blockchain for the game's economy.
Crescent Moon Games has confirmed on Twitter today that the Zelda-style puzzle-based platformer Almightree (developed by Chocoarts) will be arriving onto Android devices soon. As the story goes, the world is shattering and in order to stop this, you will have to take our hero on a journey to get to the Almightree to awaken it and save the world.