Crescent Moon Games seem to be on a roll lately when it comes to releasing games onto Android, whether they be in-house made or developed by 3rd party developers. Another title is looming over the horizon and is a QiX inspired game called Dig, developed by Tasty Poison Games, which will be arriving for iOS and Android soon. However, there is one catch to the Android release.
There are two Shadowrun games heading our way from previous Kickstarter campaigns that were successful not too long ago, Shadowrun Online (coming to Android tablets and OUYA) and Shadowrun Returns. Both games are slated for release on multiple platforms including Android and both games have a little integration with each other actually.
Homeworld was an Sci-fi RTS game released back around 10 years ago and since the game's release, there really hasn't been much of a follow-up to it aside from a quick sequel. So instead of continuing to wait, TeamPixel LLC has taken up the task to bring a new Homeworld game not only to PC/Mac but also to Android and iOS devices.
We've talked about Bladeslinger on and off for over a year at least, getting our first glimpse of it back in 2011 and subsequent hands-on shortly thereafter. Since it's initial announcement that this game would be coming to Android, it has been delayed a few times for a variety to reasons. It finally got released onto iOS early this year and now Android has finally gotten Bladeslinger as well.
Welcome to the tenth installment of our Under The Radar column where we showcase a few noteworthy games that we were not able to publish as full articles on the site. Ultimately, with this, smaller developers get vital exposure for their games and you get to have more games to play on your plate. If you know of more quality games released recently that have not got the attention they deserve, let us know by leaving a comment!
Cut the Rope: Experiments has gotten a new update released for it that comes with a lot of bugs but not the kind of bugs you're thinking of. These particular bugs are of the Ant variety because this update is called Ant Hill. These little ants aren't here to hinder you, or maybe they are?
Hothead Games has just pushed the first major update to their multiplayer combat game called Rivals at War. While this is the first major update for the game, all it brings is a good selection of translated languages to Rivals at War, we really are not focusing on that. In fact we aren't going to focus on the update at all.
If you've been following us for awhile now then you have probably seen us report on games being made by a company called Asobimo. One game we are currently waiting on for an English release, which should be coming soon actually, is Avabel Online. However, another game they have which just entered a new round of beta testing in Japan is Frontier Gunner.
We are sure you remember our story the other day about legendary guitarist Slash of Guns N' Roses fame who also happens to be a huge Angry Birds fan was possibly getting a bird fashioned after him. Well that is sort of what happened. Actually Slash made a new theme song for Angry Birds Space after Rovio found out that the guitarist is a big fan of the franchise and asked him to get involved.
Glu Mobile has brought a second game to Google Play today and this time it is the Samurai vs Zombies Defense 2 game we talked about yesterday afternoon. For those that missed yesterday's article, this is the sequel to the original game which is also available on Google Play. While keeping to the core mechanics of the original, this sequel brings with it two additional warriors: the Kunoichi Assassin and Armored Ronin.