One-man indie developer team Roope Rainisto has released his first game onto mobile devices called Number Chef. This particular indie game is a match-based puzzler that requires skill and good logical thinking to progress through the numerous stages successfully.
A new retro-style arcade game recently landed on Google Play the other day called Bunny Leap from Streaky Games. As mentioned in the title of this article, Bunny Leap takes a lot of inspiration from the old arcade game Q*Bert. Even though the gameplay is similar, there are some differences as well.
Released by Exordium Games, Zero Reflex is an Evader style game. Players will control a small geometric shape that that orbits a giant eyeball. Based on the trailer, a variety of threats need to be avoided, either emanating from the eyeball itself, or from the periphery of the area, as players navigate clockwise or counterclockwise in their orbital path.
Bandai Namci has announced today that they have pushed out a pretty neat update for their Pac-Man Championship Edition DX game on Android. Then to celebrate this update, the company has put the game on sale for a limited time as well.
Two new games have been updated with support for the Nvidia Shield brand of devices. One of them isn't available just yet, but has been announced as coming to Nvidia devices very soon. The other game, however, is available now for anyone with a Shield device.
NCSoft, the folks behind the Guild Wars franchise, Blade & Souls, Aion and more, has announced today that they're created a new mobile game studio called Iron Tiger Studios. While NCSoft has released mobile games and companion apps in the past, those particular games have been focused towards Asian markets.
It's Friday which means it is time for another round-up of Android games currently on sale. We are going to call this week's round-up the week of the repeats, since there is a total five new games on sale right now. The rest of the list happens to be all repeats, not that this is a bad thing either.
A new indie game will be heading to Android soon that will put players into the role of a fugitive snowman. The game is called Frosty the Assassin, and the goal is to stay alive for as long as you possibly can. While Frosty the Snowman takes on a bit more of a sinister role in this game, he also looks rather creepy as well.
The other day we reported on the fact that Minecraft: Pocket Edition 0.13.0 update is currently available to play in the MCPE beta which will be bringing functioning Redstone. While people can build insanely complex and functioning machines among other things with Redstone, a lot of players are also pretty intimidated by it. So Mojnag has released a video to show off what you can do with Redstone in MCPE.
Since the original announcement of the Crossy Road follow-up game Shooty Skies, its has been pretty much referenced with iOS devices so far, with very little in the way of an Android version being talked about. Well as it turns out, there will be an Android version after all and it is actually being worked on.
Released by Barnstorm Games, Evel Knievel now has an app that allows players the opportunity to perform his stunts. The game will take players through retracing key achievements in Evel's career. Players begin by by navigating obstacles such as barrels, seesaws, and flaming hoops.