Gamevil has announced today that their popular game in Korea called Dragon Blaze will be getting a global launch on Android this May 2015. On top of that, the game will have a pre-launch event where players can sign-up ahead of time for Dragon Blaze to receive a reward (an exclusive S-rank ally card) when the game actually launches. The pre-launch event doesn't begin till April 6th, 2015, which is next week.
Bandai Namco has announced plans to allow Japanese developers to pitch them game ideas and similar subjects that use Bandai Namco's catalog of existing IPs (Intellectual Properties). These plans are similar to what Square Enix has begun doing recently as well.
Machinata is a new puzzle game from a game development studio going by the name of Neckbolt. This is their first release onto Android and it isn't a bad little puzzle game at all. The goal is to guide the robot through each hazard-filled stage, cleaning up the radioactive waste properly in order to complete each level.
G5 Entertainment has released over 100 games on to Google Play and Amazon's Appstore, most of which are free with IAPs. However, they also have a pretty decent sized list of games available at a premium price (but still include optional IAPs) and these particular games have had their prices reduced down to a buck.
TwitchTV has updated their Android app today and this update brings a couple of great features to the app, one of which has been sorely needed. This new update brings the Persistent Player to the app which basically means that video will now continue to play while you re browsing for content.
2K Games has just announced that they're releasing a new WWE game, this spring. What makes this game different from the other WWE game by 2K is that the gameplay is that of actual wrestling (or as close as WWE gets), instead of a card based game.
Nvidia just announced a rather nice deal that they have going on for those of you considering buying a 32GB Nvidia Shield. In order to sweeten the pot and make you open up your wallet to buy one, Nvidia will be throwing in a free Nvidia Shield controller, a free tablet cover for your new Shield tablet, and three games.
PopCap's rather popular floral and zombie filled game called Plants vs Zombies 2 has been updated with The Springening update. Sounds scary doesn't it? Well that is because it is. What is more freaky than a bunch of zombies in rabbit costumes? There isn't a whole lot that can top that.
Depending on where you are located in the world, today is April Fool's Day or tomorrow will be. Either way the jokes and pranks have already started and the first two spotted come from Google and Samsung. This certainly isn't either company's first year of pranks but this year both are quite entertaining to say the least.
Corridor Z is a new runner game centered around zombies, that throws in some new ideas to try to freshen up the formula. As an inverted endless runner, the character you control, there are three to choose from, is running towards the screen.