Fans of Tower Defense games may want to check out Cursed Coins, which is an upcoming game. In this game, players are looking to rob various crypts, and protect their stash of gold coins from invading undead, and other unsavory types. Players face off against skeletons, zombies, and goblins, each with their own abilities.
There's a new game for funding over at Indiegogo, Thermidor. It's currently under development by HyperDevBox Japan, and it's touting itself as a Tactical JRPG with Western styling. It's set at the beginning of the French revolution, 1789. It will be available for mobile, Windows, Mac, AndroidTV, and Linux.
Winter is officially here and with it a plethora of seasonally-themed games. Amidst the crop of current offerings is Snowball, a new pinball game from developer Pixeljam. Published on the Android platform by Noodlecake Games, Snowball takes the traditional pinball board and replaces it with a unique setting: a kid-constructed, snow-covered bobsled maze, complete with snow banks, igloos, wooden paddles, and yes, big balls of snow.
The goal of Animoca Brands' bizarre new clicker game is to fill the glutinous Leon's gullet in a search for salivary satisfaction. Players need to help Leon's Holiday mission by tapping as fast as possible to gorge on as much culinary cuisine as possible in order to gain ample weight. Because, as we all know, the Holidays were made for stuffing ourselves with as much food as humanly possible.
GoNNER is a newly released platformer, with some rogue like elements. In this game, players will be assuming the role Ikk, whose friend is a beached whale named Sally. In oder to try and make Sally happy, Ikk will descend into deep and dark places, in search of trinkets that will make her happy. She shows up from time to time within the game, and will restore Ikk's health, as a token of said friendship.
If you had Hot wheels as a child, congratulations! You were born after 1968. What I'm saying is that they're ubiquitous in children's rooms everywhere. One more show of solidarity; who's tired of a a studio taking something you grew up with or loved and turning it into a poorly implemented money-making steamer? Again, I feel like that's most of us. I'm looking at you, Transformers.
Brought to us by Atari, RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic has just been released on to the Android Platform. This game is somewhat unique, in that it is a bit of a mashup of between the first two RollerCoaster Tycoon games from the franchise, that were originally released in '99 and '02 respectively.
Capcom apparently decided to follow up their news from the other day regarding the upcoming release of the original Megaman 1-6 games for mobile devices. If you missed this news, Capcom announced that they will be porting over the first six Megaman games to mobile devices. Each one will be sold individually.
Nvidia, the gaming hardware company, features games that run well on their hardware, and sometimes exclusively so. Like many other companies, they're offering deep discounts on many of these games. Some of them are native to Android, while others must be steamed using their subscription service called GeForce Now. And do make note of the fact that any games purchased through GeForce Now also comes with a redemption code from either Steam or GOG, so the games can still be enjoyed offline, and independently of the streaming service, albeit on a PC.
NTT Solmore Corp, known and praised for their various dating sims released on Facebook, Mobile and PC, and for their biggest hit “Shall we date?”, have launched their latest title, Moe! Ninja Girls, on Google Play Store, which unsurprisingly happens to also be a dating sim with branching story paths and multiple endings.