There's a new life management sim heading to Android in the coming week called Crap! I'm Broke!. As you can probably tell by the name of the game, this is a comedic/humorous game about trying to manage your own life and failing to do so quite easily. Of, and you need to watch out for death as well.
Galaxy of Trian is a board game that was funded via Kickstarter we reported on awhile back during its multiplayer beta. In this game, players will begin by selecting one race out of several. The Trian race has long died since died out, leaving behind caches of highly advanced technology that players are racing to acquire.
AirJamz Music by Zivix LLC isn't necessarily a game, but it isn't just an application either, but a bit of both depending on how you look at it. What this neat little application does is allow for users to make music using the app and any physical movements you happen to do while it is running. This is, of course, assuming you have the official AirJamz toy that goes along with this application.
Originally released on PC and consoles in 2014, Thief is a modern reboot of the first-person stealth action franchise by the same name developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix. Now owners of Nvidia Shield devices can stream the full game with a GeForce Now membership.
NetMarble's upcoming ChronoBlade game has launched a pre-registration that interested folks can sign up for ahead of the game's launch for extra rewards. If this game sounds somewhat familiar, that's probably due to the fact that ChronoBlade was initially released as an exclusive Ouya title a little while ago, and now it's been ported over to actual Android devices.
Google has always been hinting at brick-and-mortar stores in their future for at least a year now. While a true brick-and-mortar store by Google may be a bit of a wait from now, not including the Android stores that have opened, Google is opening a pop-up store in New York City this October 20th, 2016 to showcase their newest consumer devices.
Humble Bundle has decided to push out their newest mobile focused bundle this morning, officially tagged as Humble Mobile Bundle 21. This particular bundle comes with 7 games to start, all of which are pretty good titles that, if you don't have them already, would probably make for some good additions to your game collection.
To be released by Indigo Entertainment, Agent Aliens is a new "arcade style, run and gun game" that's coming to Android, that spoofs on the show a little bit, in it's name and some of the tutorial's visuals. Currently in a beta state available on Google Play, this game is designed to be fairly simple and quick of pace. The crew of aliens that players will control are in charge of things such as returning fire, aiming, and cool down periods. On the other hand, players will have direct control over movement related mechanics, such as dodging fire, weaving through enemies, and avoiding traps.
My.Com has released another title in their Juggernaut franchise today on Android called Juggernaut Champions. Unlike the company's previous release, this one is a Clicker-RPG type of game but sports a full leveling system and other, more in-depth, features that you would find in an actual RPG.
As is common among gaming these days, often times new releases tend to pull from other IPs. In this case, there's a new game out that's themed around the candy known as Sour Patch Kids. This is a classic Tower Defense game, based around the idea of the Sour Patch Kids having stolen some golden artifacts from some evil Gummy Bears (and related/aligned Gummy creatures).