Rebel Twins is a successful independent game developer. They have created fun games that are colorful, and action-packed. The central characters are amusing and full of mirth. Their trend for creating great games that are enjoyable to play, continues with their latest title Dragon Hills. We don't know a lot about the game, but it is headed to Android soon.
Created by Ubisoft, Driver Speedboat Paradise is the latest installment in Ubisoft's crossplatform series, with the sales and notoriety heretofore largely stemming from consoles. Within this game, players assume the role of a rash youth who hopes to become rich and famous from racing powerboats, only to be recruited by John Tanner to assist him in combating organized crime.
Set in New York City, Helicopter Simulator 2015 puts players in the pilots seat of one of several types of choppers. Players will have the option to decide what type of pilot they'd like be (rescue, military, private, or commercial), then fly through the missions that are tailored for that class, with the commensurate helicopter.
Tiltagon is a game we reported on back in the middle of February of this year and this particular game has rolled out onto Google Play today. We labeled this as ahead of schedule because Noodlecake Games almost always releases their new titles onto Android every Thursday. However they could have planned it for today for all we know.
Bloody Jumps is a new game on Google Play that will have you taking your ragdoll physics enabled character and trying to jump as far as you can without dying to obstacles in the process. It is a simple game and yet very challenging and bloody.
Originally released in 1993 by SNK, Fatal Fury Special has been released for Android. Originally the game was released as an updated version of Fatal Fury 2, though SNK asserts that this mobile release is more, having revised the balance of the game, and introduced a new system for combos (which apparently weren't included at all, in versions previous to the original release of Fatal Fury Special).
Hero generations, released by Heart Shaped Games, is set to come to Ouya this month. The idea for this game is a decent mash-up of a handful of gaming themes, primarily roguelike elements crossed with 4X planning and building. Players assume the role of an adventurer, and can choose what that adventurer will value (love, greed, etc).
From the minds of Possible Game Studios, and the music of IAMYANK, comes a new adventure to Android devices. The Adventures of Poco Eco: Lost Sounds, was recently released on iOS. The Android release is soon. This is good news because this game is lush with dazzling visuals and hypnotic sounds. If you enjoyed playing Monument Valley, then The Adventures of Poco Eco, should be the next game on your list to play.
For fans of Fantasic Voyage and Innerspace, there's a new game out from BulkyPix (publishers of Meltown and Dark Lands) called Kormacellik. In this game, players assume the role of a microorganism that's within a larger lifeform named Kormacellik, only its guts are all in 8-bit visual graphics.
Laser Dog, the developer of the popular endless runner Alone, is back with a new game about saving video games. Called Hopiko, video games are all but destroyed because of the enemies, the Nanobytes, wrecking havoc in the world consisting of retro-style visuals.
As a kid, I frequently imagined myself as superhero, along with my brother, sister (at times), and our friends. So I can identify with Playworld Superheroes, the new release from UK developers Starship.