TellTale Games has finally brought over their rather popular game The Wolf Among Us to Android but there is a bit of a catch to picking this game up, at least for right now. Amazon AppStore has snagged the rights to have a temporary exclusive in regards to the release of The Wolf Among Us.
If you are not familiar with the series (then you obviously have never met my brother..) it is a hack and slash style RPG based on the novels of Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. The mobile adaption takes the role playing game- something difficult to perfect on a mobile device, and turns it into a MOBA- a more sympathetic genre for tablets and phones.
HyperDevBox is known to release these massively sized Android games which usually are tactical RPGs or robot-filled arcade games such as ExZeus. Their newest game, which is now available on Google Play, isn't either of those two types of games. This time it is an Indy racing themed game called Indy 500 Arcade Racing and this time the size isn't that big, only weighing in at a mere 100MB.
99 Bricks Wizard Academy is a new Tetris style of game but it does have one very significant twist to it then most other ones that mimic Tetris. Instead of stacking up the shaped blocks in order to make a full line which is then removed from the play area, your goal is to build a tower as high as you can using those blocks.
Roughly a week ago we reported on Civilization Revolution 2 coming to mobile soon thanks to 2K Games and Firaxis Games teaming up. While there wasn't a ton of details released about what we can expect from this version of the game at that time, we now know a bit more of what to expect when it does get released.
One game we are currently keeping an eye out for getting released is Devolver Digital's and Deconstructeam's The Gods Will Be Watching game, set to be released onto mobile in the very near future. For those of you who missed our previous coverage of this game, this is a great retro-style adventure game that is themed around making good moral decisions. Almost like how The Walking Dead is in a lot of ways since your choices decide the progress you make through the game.
Square Enix hasn't had their first Hitman mobile game out on the market all that long but that doesn't mean the company hasn't been working on a content update for it since its release back in the beginning of June 2014. Square Enix has announced that it will be releasing a new content update for the game shortly for Android users, while the iOS version of the update should be arriving now.
Deconstructeam is a game studio based in Valencia, Spain. Their project Gods Will Be Watching will be released for Android gamers soon. The art style is definitely retro, but the story line could be a page ripped from a not too distant future. The game is about the choices you make and how they impact the outcome of the game. It was created in just 72 hours during the Ludum Dare 26 game jam with ‘Minimalism’ as a theme. The implications of your in game choices will probably stick with you long after the ending credits.
The first three episodes of The Walking Dead: Season 2, are available now on Google Play. Being released in a similar fashion to season 1, the first episode of Season 2 is free with the other 2 episodes and the 2 remaining coming as in-app purchases. A Season Pass is also purchasable which discounts the entire season by 25 percent. Season 2 so far like its predecessor has been critically acclaimed upon its release. Season 2 brings more story altering decisions as you play as Clementine, a fan-favorite character from Season 1.
The venerable video gaming staple, Atari has seemingly been around since the beginning for some of us. Yet to newer generations of current gaming youth, the company is seldom mentioned. The once giant stalwart of the gaming industry is talked of in the current gaming era as if it were some long forgotten, buried city or a mythical island lost to the sea.
It is amazing how awesome games arrive with little to no fanfare on the Play Store. Well that is our job at Droidgamers, to keep you in the know. On the last day of June, Kunabi Brothers intriguing game Blek has finally arrived on the Play Store. This is the first game from the Kunabi Brothers, whose studio is in Vienna, Austria.