We haven't posted about a game from Herocraft in some time but today changes that with the announcement of World of Dungeons, a new game Herocraft is currently developing. This game is a little different than what you might expect from Herocraft who has made such games as the Majesty and Farm Frenzy franchises.
When Google first announced it was bringing VR technology to the masses through a cardboard interface, I thought it was one of their famous April Fool’s pranks. Seeing as how April was still several months away, either they were actually serious or really getting a leg up on other pranks this year.
Fish Labs popular Galaxy on Fire: Alliances title has received an update called Disrupting the Nebula which, according to the developers, is the biggest update in the history of the game to date. The official version number is 1.12 and brings with it a "plethora of enhancements, adjustments and extensions".
The developers behind a pair of rather addictive games, called Madfist and Madfist Retro, have decided to release free versions of each one onto Google Play. Both versions offer up the game for free with ads supporting each one.
Enjoy watching ads but hate the fact that you have to play a mobile game in order to enjoy wondrous mobile ads? If that sounds like something you deal with on a regular basis than you should be happy to know that there is now an Android game that gives you all of the joys of watching ads without the need to play a game. Welcome to AdWatch Tournament Edition.
One of the stories from GDC 2015 we had to sit on was our interview with Niantic Labs about their upcoming title called Endgame. Well today we can finally talk about everything including a bit of the gameplay we saw for Endgame: Proving Grounds. For those of you not familiar with these developers, Niantic Labs are the folks behind the rather unique location-based game Ingress. So what is Endgame: Proving Grounds about? We sat down with Niantic Labs during GDC 2015 to find out all about it.
MiniDrivers is a rather unique racing game that is now available for Android devices. Developed by Ivanovich Games, MiniDrivers has players taking control of a Formula 1 race car as you try to become the world champion. While this doesn't sound overly unique, more like a typical racing game, things do get a bit interesting in this title because you can change the rules.
Banner Saga, a tactical RPG set in a Norse fantasy realm, and is on sale for $4.99, which is half of the normal asking price. The Game, for those not familiar with it, did quite well on Kickstarter in 2012, going well beyond their goal of $100,000. The animation is pretty incredible, so definitely check out the trailer.
Later this month, TRAVIAN GAMES is set to release Cheats4Hire. In this game, players attempt to guide a group of students through a school year, so that all of them pass, only they are using every cheat and trick in the book. The graphics for this game were designed by Sean Galloway, of renown in the world of comics (think Spectacular Spider-Man TV series, among other things). The press release mentioned specifically that the game will be for tablets.
Choice of Games, a developer that focuses on interactive fiction (think "Choose Your Own Adventure, if you're old enough to remember those), has released another book. Called "The Hero of Kendrickstone", players will strive to liberate a city from an evil wizard, while hoping to "maybe, just maybe, make enough money to pay your rent! ".