Out There is a game of surviving outer space. Players assume the role of an astronaut that has awoken from cryonic sleep, and is now located in a far away, and unfamiliar, portion of outer space. From this remote locale you venture forth, eking out your survival by re-purposing salvage found drifting through space, skimming oxygen from planets that have it, alien tech, and the like. The game is quite difficult, per the admission of the developers on their page in Google Play, with its focus being resource management and interactive fictions. This base game costs $3.99.
All racing fans can get excited. Pixelbite is at it again and we are pretty sure that the third time’s the charm. It was recently posted on Pixelbite’s web page that Reckless Racing 3 will arrive this fall for Android devices. For those of you that may not be familiar with Pixelbite, their games for mobile devices include: Reckless Racing, Reckless Racing 2, Reckless Getaway and Repulze.
Coming out of Liverpool, UK is one of the most charmingly visual games to be released in some time. Lucid Games will release Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery on Android next week, July 23rd and we couldn’t be more excited. It was released on IOS earlier this year to much acclaim. Graphically it is as appealing as Gesundheit by Revolutionary Concepts and Paper Monsters by Crescent Moon Games.
Soul Guardians: Age of Midgard combines the action RPG genre with card collecting based gameplay. You along with other Soul Guardians fight the "Demon Arrmy" to protect the land of Midgard.Both single player dungeons and PvP arenas are present along with co-op.
The big 0.9.0 update for Minecraft: Pocket Edition that landed recently has received a bit of a boost with a quick 0.9.1 update shortly after its release and now we have version 0.9.2 that was just pushed to Google Play and Amazon Appstore. The quick 0.9.1 update was a few bug fixes but this new 0.9.2 has a pretty big changelog of tweaks, bug fixes and more.
If you've read even a portion of our articles in the past month or so regarding Gameloft's upcoming game Modern Combat 5: Blackout, then you should be pretty well educated on a majority of the content and features coming with the game when it gets released. One thing most people probably don't know is when the game is actually going to come out. This is mainly because Gameloft hadn't announced a release date, only that it would be coming this Summer.
Roadhouse Games has pushed out the first content update for Warhammer 40K: Carnage which is officially named Dark Angel. The name of the update actually gives away one of the new features that comes with this update which is a new playable character: The Dark Angel. This new character can either be purchased with gold or earned just by playing through the game itself.
Google Play Games, is the direct-from-Google app that manages the games that a given player is currently enjoying, or has in the past. It's a place where players can see where they rank on Leader Boards, see what their friends (on Google+) are playing, and cloud save their in-game progress, among other useful features for players and developers alike. As promised during Google I/O, it's received a bit of an overhaul.
Out of Dundee, Scotland comes a mysterious piece of news from independent game developer Guerilla Tea. Their upcoming game Incandescence will be available soon for Android devices. What’s so mysterious? The minimal bit of information provided along with a single image.
It wasn’t too long ago that we heard about this title coming to Android. It combines two categories that have had much success in the gaming community. They are endless runners and skateboarding. Not that this type of game hasn’t been attempted before, but with Supervillain Studios and TransWorld SKATEboarding at the helm, their synergy has created a game with a considerable amount of entertainment.