Up, Down, Left, Right is an endless puzzle rhythm game. The conceit of the game is somewhat difficult to explain but I'll try anyways. Players are tasked with pressing up, down, left, and right in order to the beat that is being played.
Gameloft is holding their third day of live streaming while E3 2014 is going on and today's stream has Ryan, their community manager, playing two of their upcoming games: Spider-Man Unlimited and Modern Combat 5: Blackout. The Spider-Man Unlimited portion of the live stream will be showing off the gameplay involved in this title.
The official Twitter account for Angry Birds Epic announced the release date for the game, and it is coming out tomorrow. A turn-based RPG, Angry Birds Epic places the birds on a fantasy version of Piggy Island, although Piggy Island is in itself already fictional, in case you weren't aware.
Back in May of this year we posted about Square Enix bringing Final Fantasy Agito to Android but unfortunately only to those folks who reside in Japan. During E3 2014 Square Enix made the announcement that Final Fantasy Agito would finally be getting released to the Western markets as well.
Square Enix announced last week the sequel to their recently released Hitman: GO game called Hitman: Sniper. This new game is very different from the first installment into this mobile series of games based off of the Hitman franchise. While Hitman: GO is about sneaking around, taking out target and completing other objective, Hitman: Sniper is all about sniping out targets effectively.
So four years ago HalfBrick released their hit game Age of Zombies. For those of you that aren't familiar HalfBrick is the company that created Fruit Ninja and Monster Dash two highly successful games on multiple platforms. In Age of Zombies you play a commando who when back in time and wanted nothing more then to shoot zombies and make it back to the present. That was four years ago.
Vivid Games is at E3 2014 and decided to release a hefty amount of information regarding their upcoming game Godfire: Rise of Prometheus. As part of Vivid Games' announcement, there is also a new trailer released for Godfire which reinforces the point that this game will have a ridiculous amount of eye candy to enjoy while you beat the crap our of your opponents.
It seems that JRPG experts Kemco is getting ready to release quite a handful of new RPGs. In the E3 insider website, 4 new RPGs have been listed under the exhibitor profile of the known Android developers.
Yesterday we reported what turning out to be the first in a series of ports of the mini-games found in the original Final Fantasy VII game. Unfortunately we didn't have any real screenshots or a trailer of any kind to show our readers what Final Fantasy VII G Bike for Android will look like. Today Square Enix has solved that problem by releasing an announcement trailer for everyone to check out.
Back in March we covered a great new gamebook adventure, by developer Inkle, that was written by Steve Jackson called Sorcery!. This new series had you choosing a male or female hero and through the progression of the game, told in a storybook narrative, went on a grand adventure while gaining new spells with which to use during encounters.
If you haven’t had enough of time wasting, nerve-racking, tap-to-fly games, here’s one more for you. Well, not exactly. Pigs Can’t Fly tries to reinvent the Flappy Bird genre (yes, we should call it a genre now…) by situating the tap-to-fly mechanics in 80 levels filled with traps, obstacles, and monsters.