The Taekwondo Game by developers Hello There has actually been available for awhile now on Android. Since the game's release back in 2014, there have been a few good sized updates to arrive for it already and today's newest one is now exception either. It is a pretty big update that brings a lot of new content.
Released by Vladmax, Adventures of Stickman is a new stickman themed game released onto the Android platform. In this game, players will be helping a stickman reach the end of each of a dozen different levels. The layout of the levels can best be described as incomplete, and players will be using both their imaginations, as well as their fingertips, to draw out solutions to help guide the character to the end of each level.
If you're into Sci-Fi themed adventure games, there is a new one heading to mobile devices (and PC) soon called Space Rangers: Quest. This particular game actually falls more into the text-based style of adventure games that were pretty popular back in the day, but it also comes with RPG elements as well to bring it a little into the more modern times.
Fans of the Lifeline franchise, where players are interacting with the game over messaging in something similar to real time, now have a new release to look forward to. 3 Minute Games' newest release is known as Lifeline: Crisis Line. Here, players will be assuming the role of someone volunteering to an eponymous crisis help line.
The folks who built DotEmu eventually sold that company off back in 2014 and have since started a new company called Playdigious. This new company has already released a few titles onto Android including Stardunk, Evoland, and a few others. Their newest game is called Take Cover and it has just entered into a closed beta testing phase with sign-ups for it going live.
During the last part of 2015 and the beginning of this year, Deep Silver Fishlabs announced a number of partnerships with other development companies for upcoming game releases. Now these games are starting to get announced and ready for release, with the newest one being Sacred Legends.
Developed mobcast inc. have revealed that their upcoming game, called Lumines: Puzzle & Music, will be landing on mobile devices in September. Originally released for the PSP, this game has been in a limited release in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand for mobile devices but is now heading for a Western release.
Niantic has pushed out a new update for Pokemon GO that brings with it some interesting changes to the game. One of the bigger additions is that of a Pokemon Appraisal system for trainers to use. Besides that there are a few other tweaks to the game, as well as some bug fixes.
For those who like simple and casual games, there's a new game fitting that bill on Android. I, Falling Robot is a simple game where players are looking to help a falling robot land safely from dropping off of the top of an unfinished skyscraper. Players will have to manage a couple of different things to help the robot land, such as cutting all the clotheslines to keep it from getting snagged up, or guiding the robot to one side or the other to prevent an accidental collision with things like balloons or exposed girders.
The original Riptide has been out for a couple of years, and now Vector Unit has released its sequel, dubbed Riptide GP: Renegade, onto all supported Android devices. The wave racing gameplay has been carried over, in that players are racing hydrojets, and are awarded bonuses for successfully performing stunts while in mid-air.