OrangePixel, one of the awesome developers of retro-style games, has decided to play DynamoKid and MiniArmy into their OrangePixel 'Classics' category. This means that both games are now available for free on the Android Market.
There are gamers, hardcore gamers, and then there are the exclusive Ultra Gamers. If you constantly game everywhere and at anytime (wash your hands) then consider yourself the latter. As an Ultra Gamer your title isn't complete without plastic peripherals. Unfortunately, game peripherals for mobile devices can be a bit lacking (with the exception of Nokia's upcoming 9mm pocket friendly, n9xxx).
One game we have talked about coming to Android a few times in the past is a zombie game called Zombie Wonderland 2: Outta Time. Developed by Xoobis, this survival / tower defense / action zombie game comes with plenty of zombie killing action.
If it seems like we're picking on Gameloft today out of pure hate, that isn't the case. Gameloft games are top notch and most contain polish and work that rival console companies. With that being said, they're just easy to pick on in terms of Android support.
Mojo Bones have just released their unique platformer called Tongue Tied! onto the Android Market. This could be considered a new type of gaming genre. We have physics-based puzzle games and now with Tongue Tied! we have a physics-based platformer as well.
A new game engine has be launches by Tag Games called moFlow. This particular game engine will allow developers to "facilitate multiple platforms at one time and by allowing players to interact with each other regardless of the platform being used."
A new game has landed on the Android Market from Dreamfab called Saving Yello. This is already quite popular on iOS and now the developers have brought it over to Android as their first game release for our platform.
Imagine this: Gameloft releases a brand new trailer for Modern Combat, Modern Combat 6: World War Space, and suddenly you find yourself brimming with sweat and your mouth strangely dry.The graphics induce uncontrollable eye twitching and that new gameplay mode renders your jaws grounded and mopping the floor (while knowing touchscreen control is terrible, but you’ll play it anyway).
Zen Studios, developers of the rather awesome Pinball platform for Android called Zen Pinball THD, have released a new table for purchase called Epic Quest. This new table actually brings some RPG mechanics into the mix instead of your standard pinball table format.
EA appears to be gearing up for another game release which will be coming to us sometime this month. The Sims Freeplay will be making its way to Android and it will be, as the name implies, a free game that will be support through in-game purchases.