One of the games we were very eager to try out during GDC 2015 was NetherRealms' Mortal Kombat X for Android devices. When we got to where the game was being shown, it was in a nice dark conference room behind closed doors with both the console version as well as the mobile version being available to play. Without wasting any time we went over to the table where all the tablets were, sat down, and began playing Mortal Kombat X while talking to one of the developers working on the project.
One Man Left is the developer of the game called Outwittes, which was one of the App Stores Best Games of 2012, with over a million downloads. The quick and dirty on the game is that it's turn based multiplayer in the form of tactical squad combat that's played on a hex board, with the goal being that the player destroys the base of his or her opponent, without losing his/her own base in the process. Matches can be one on one, or two on two. There are four different factions to choose from, each with a unique unit.
Originally debuting during a Humble Bundle recently, Glorkian Warrior: The Trials of Glork will finally be hitting Google Play in a more permanent official capacity. Thankful, this new version for Google Play comes with copious amounts of cake as well as your very own Flarf gun as well to shoot your enemies with.
It is always good to see a variety of sports games within the Play Store. Generally speaking, there is something for everyone, depending on the sport that you like to watch or play. In exciting news, Droid Gamers has been informed, that we are not too far away from Yakuto releasing their highly-lauded game, Table Tennis Touch. The game was released earlier in May, on iOS. Since then, we have been keeping our ear to the ground, in anticipation of any news, that the game will indeed arrive to millions of Android users. Table Tennis fans, your wait is almost over.
The next installment into the Dungeon Hunter franchise by Gameloft finally has a release date and it is a lot closer than you may be thinking. Dungeon Hunter 5 will be arriving onto Android this month and, in fact, it will be arriving in less then two weeks.
Noodlecake Games may be publishing Glorkian Warrior tomorrow but the company has a few other games heading our way in the near future after that. One of those games is RAD Boarding and as it happens the developers were on hand at GDC 2015 which means we got to do a little hands-on with RAD Boarding.
With the big Nvidia Shield Console announcement, now is as good a time as ever to consider streaming PC games. Now GameStreaming is DroidGamers way of showing you some cool PC games that may be worth checking out on Shield Devices.
Land Air Sea Warfare is a Real Time Strategy game that Isotope 244 has now released on Android. Oringially released on multiple platforms (iOS and Desktop) back in 2010, the developer has spent the last two years getting it ready for Android. The game is also the sequel to Machines at War, and the prequel to Machines at War 3.
Up until now if you wanted to buy a Nexus brand device or perhaps a Chromebook, you would have to go to the Google Play store and order it from there. Today Google has officially released a brand new storefront online dedicated to just device sales. If you try to buy a device on Google Play now, you will be redirected to the new Google Store.
Zynga has a new game hitting Android soon called Empires & Allies but before the game is officially released, Zynga will be holding a closed beta testing phase starting now which also means that closed beta sign-ups are also now live. For those of you not familiar with this game, Empires & Allies is a multiplayer RTS game heading to mobile soon.