Released by errorsevendev, Into the Sky is a new puzzler available for Android. The idea behind the game is fairly straight foward. Players are looking to complete each level, and advance to the next one, by illuminating targets with lasers. Players will be directing a nameless robot around each level, to manipulate the position of various objects, to bring the lasers and targets into alignment.
The next press event for CES 2017, which will hopefully be a bit better than LG's event which had nothing at all to do with mobile, is the Asus press event. This will more than likely have plenty of mobile goodness in it, since it is called Zennovation. Either way, you can watch it live along with us being there at 11:30am PST.
RCA is trying to appeal to a wider customer base this year, evidenced by their two new tablets at CES. Dubbed the Voyager III and the Horizon 17, they aim to strike a balance between price and function. So does everyone else, so they need to hit a very small sweet spot.
Released by PolyPandas, Blast Blitz is a new endless game that's been released on to Android. In this game, players will assume the role of a nameless robot who seeks to navigate an endless maze. The layout and much of the games visual aesthetic is clearly inspired by Crossy Road.
Like every year we attend CES in all of its glory. This includes all the press events that happen the day before the actual show floor opens up, which happens to be today this year. While we sit in each press conference, you can follow along by watching the actual press event with us with the live stream from LG.
Okay, so it's not the Rocket League. But if the YouTube video recently uploaded by developer Zero Four Games is any indication, it may as well be. Turbo League, a Rocket League-inspired (I use the word inspired loosely) game, is coming to Android in the near future.
Back in December 2016 we reported on a new Western-themed open world game heading to mobile in the near future called Guns N' Spurs. While we did have a good amount of details and screenshots to check out, we didn't have any real gameplay footage to watch, until now that is. The developers behind the game, Sakis 25, have released a bit of a teaser video showing some of the gameplay to come in the game when it launches.
Released by Anton Skvortsov, PixelTerra is a new crafting and survival game for the Android platform. In this game, players will be assuming the role of a nameless character, who is simply seeking to eek out an existence that is challenged by things like hunger, exposure, and even monsters. Beyond just survival the horrors that alternate on the game's day/night cycle, players will pass the time by hunting and fishing, as well as crafting at different levels.