Released by Bossa Studios Ltd, Deep Dungeons of Doom is a retro stylized dungeon crawler that's now on sale for a pretty big discount. In this game players will assume one of three roles, Crusader, a Witch or a Mercenary, and delve progressively deeper into the dungeon.
Rayark Games is known for the high-quality production that goes into their games and the trailers that precedes them. If you have ever played Deemo, Cytus or Implosion: Never Lose Hope, then you know exactly what I am talking about. If you aren't familiar with Rayark, now is the perfect time to jump in. A few hours ago, Rayark just teased a new chapter for the fan-favorite music game Cytus. Do I hear a thunder of applause?
A couple of days ago we reported on NetEase hosting a free concert at this year's PAX Prime which will be featuring Steve Aoki. Now we are reporting on NetEase's upcoming line-up of mobile games as well as the company's new closed beta program for the Western market. The concert is to celebrate NetEase's upcoming first western mobile game release, which will be Speedy Ninja, but the company has a lot more planned for the future.
Released by Netmarble Games, Blade Waltz is an action-RPG that's set to arrive on Android next month. Players will engage in a story that has three protagonists, each with childhood scarring that shapes their respective destinies. The developers have pulled back the curtain on these heroes.
To be released by Astrogen Entertainment, TruckSim is an open world simulator where players can deliver a variety of orders throughout western and central Europe. Players will begin their training career as an independent hauler a rickety truck, and as deliveries are made and income begins to come in, upgrade their rig.
The studio behind the widely popular mobile game Bio Inc. has a new game on the horizon called Battle Bros. This game is very different then Bio Inc. since that game is all about destroying the human body, while this game is all about working together with another player.
An interesting bit of news today that one of our readers stumbled upon. We are not exactly sure when this started, although it had to be pretty recently, but if you have a Google Music subscription, you will receive a discount when purchasing a game. This probably also works for applications and it also is confirmed to work on movies and music.
Based on the board game created by Uwe Rosenberg Le Havre: The Inland Port is a digital port that's now out for Android. Like the board game, this is a two player game where both players are competing to create the richest port in Le Havre. Players will look to build structures that can either be sold off, or retained in order to monetize its special ability. Players can use their opponent's building by paying for them.
11-bit Studios posted a new video blog on their YouTube channel, which is something they do on a regular basis where they talk about what the company has been working on lately. However, this time there was some pretty interesting news regarding their latest game This War Of Mine. Currently this game is only available on tablets (not including PC and console versions), but that appears to be changing and as soon as next month.
Fedeen Games have been busy these days it seems, releasing a content update for Forsaken World Mobile, working on a new game, and now announcing Pocket Gothic. This particular game is a side-scrolling Action-RPG that features a blend of dark horror theme mixed with a slightly more cute anime look. This just means the characters have a bit more of a cute aesthetic to them, but the overall game's theme is more of a dark horror type. At least that's how it is being described.
Armor Games has announced the release date for the mobile version of Soda Dungeon today. Developed by AN Productions and Poxpower, and being published by Armor Games, Soda Dungeon is a unique dungeon crawler with a tavern/beverage theme to it.