Noodlecake Studios have released their newest game onto Android today called Astro Party. This is a retro-style space themed arcade shooter with a slightly different twist to it, and that is up to four players can play at the same time, on the same device. So it is literally a party game.
Nvidia likes to release a bunch of titles within a small period of time for their Shield line of Android devices, and the past couple of weeks are not exception to this either. Chariot arrived yesterday, a couple of new games like Hotline Miami 2 arrive today, and a few have landed in the past week or so.
EA's next installment into their Need for Speed franchise has gone live on Google Play for pre-registration. For those of you not familiar with this game, Need for Speed: No Limits has been in development for some time now, originally being announced last year, then finding controversy over the fuel system, and finally going into soft launch in select regions in February 2015.
Activision has released a new game onto Android today called Downton Abbey: Mysteries of the Manor which is a hidden objects type of game, something a bit different than what you would expect from Activision. This is the first game, of possibly many, that is based off of the Downton Abbey series.
There isn't a lot of good Zen-style games out there on mobile, but it looks like we will finally be able to get one more to play soon called Koi. Since its development, Koi has won a few awards including the Best Upcoming Game this year at 2015 San Francisco GDC IMGA.
If you're over the legal drinking age in your region and happen to visit pubs/bar on occasion, then there is probably a good chance you've seen a Golden Tee arcade game sitting there calling your name. Golden Tee is an incredibly popular Golf game that also has networking and online tournaments (for cash prizes too), so you can compete against other folks who happen to be playing while drinking at their favorite pub. Well now the game is expanding its reach even more with an official mobile version called Golden Tee Mobile.
Glu Games has a long running hit series with the game Deer Hunter. The latest version of the game Deer Hunter 2016, has recently arrived in the Google Play Store. The game is all about hunting animals in the wild, and having the perfect weapon to do so. The game is free-to-play, but don't let that keep you from checking this one out.
Released by Game Torque Studio, Moon Tower Attack is a 2.5D tower defense game that's just dropped on Android. Players are looking to send the moon from invading, goblin-like aliens that are known as the Dark Forces. The game contains 20 levels, with the layout of each being randomly generated at the start of each level. This add a good amount of replay value as well.
Aside from the usual big names in anime, be it Pokemon or whatever, we don't get to see much in the way of anime TV series getting their own mobile game spin-off that often. However, FUNinamtion and GameSamba have teamed up to bring a Tokyo Ghoul mobile game.
For all of you who thought that the Five Nights at Freddy's games were over... you're still correct on that. However, the developer behind the series, Scott Games, has announced a new Five Nights at Freddy's game. It is not part of the series though and is a completely new game, in a completely different genre of gaming. Meet FNAF World.
There’s no shortage of cute puzzle/platformers from indie studios out there but once in a while one comes along that offers something a little different. Chariot is one such game and has just been release today onto Nvidia's Shield Android TV.