Way back in December 2014, CI Games announced that they were bringing Lords of the Fallen to mobile. While they may have missed their initial target date of 2015, the game is finally hitting Android, and soon. Lords of the Fallen goes live on the Google Play store this Thursday, February 9.
I came across a video of Beat Racer and I was immediately eager to play the game. The game is published by Lila Soft, and it has already been released on iOS. The Android version of the game is still in development, so we don't have a specific release date for it yet. Lila Soft mentioned on their Facebook page that it will release in July. Beat Racer glows with neon colors and vibrant environments. Take the world of the last Tron movie and throw in some incredible music from indie music artists and you have Beat Racer.
Developed by Goodnight Games, Malevolent Machines has been in development for a bit now, and the developers are finally going to be releasing the game onto Android next week. However before that, the developers have released a new launch trailer and screenshots for the game to check out.
Noodlecake has released a new installment into the world of Gravity Duck called Gravity Duck Islands. Developed by Ravenous Games, this is a new arcade platformer where players will be assuming control of our heroic duck with the unique ability to change gravity for himself when the need arises.
Kairosoft seem to be rather busy these days, having already released one game on Android last week after releasing it in Japanese a couple of week prior. Now the company has two additional new games out on Google Play, one being released in Japanese again first, while the other game has already been ported over for their Western fans to play.
A couple of weeks ago OrangePixel announced that they were working on a new installment into the Meganoid franchise. Well since then the developers have released details about the game, which you can check out here, and now we have a new gameplay trailer for us to check out while we wait for the game's release.
Released by Romero Games Ltd, Gunman Taco Truck is a cooking sim, in a looser sense. Set in the year 2020 after several nuclear bombs have been accidentally detonated, players will be driving the eponymous Taco Truck, trying to head to safety. Beginning in the southwest, players will hop from one city to the next, as they work their way north, into Canada, beginning in San Diego. Players will be charged with making tacos in a given city, in order to generate cash.
Fans of Dungeon Crawlers may want to take a look at this upcoming entrant into the fold: dubbed Dungeon Rushers, this is a game that focuses on turn based combat, crafting items, and even level editing. The game is based around the story of Elian, a professional toilet cleaner. He is dissatisfied with his life, and is aspiring for more. Thus, he elects to join a community of dungeon looters, where he falls in with other colorful characters that seek to end the monopolization of said dungeons by an sinister corporation.
What's more exciting than creating your very own infectious disease and unleashing it upon an unsuspecting populace? Being freed from the constraints of The Man's rules, allowing you to come up with the craziest disease scenarios possible, of course! What about watching your friends as well as strangers panic as they futilely attempt to take on those scenarios? Sounds fun as well, you say? Then the upcoming Scenario Creator for the uber-popular Plague Inc is just what the doctor recommends!
Initially released on iOS quite some time back, Tomb of the Mask has finally been ported over to Android. The back story for this game is quite simple, in that players assume the role of an adventurer who stumbles upon a golden mask that enables the ability to climb walls. From there, players will guide the adventurer through a series of vertical tombs, that have a labyrinthine layout and are replete with traps and hazards.