Electronic Arts is planning to release an update next week for their newly released title Need for Speed No Limits. This update will probably bring new content to the game, but what is confirmed is the extra visual enhancements that will be arriving for Shield tablet owners.
Kongregate has announced that they are giving players of their Card Hunter game a chance to win one of ten Nexus 9 tablets that are up for grabs. Players will have between now and November 20th to earn entries into the giveaway by playing the game and leveling up your Renown.
Currently in development for PC, Block'hood is a rather interesting looking vertical city builder that may also end up coming to mobile tablets soon. It all depends on how successful the game ends up when it is released for PC. So if it doesn't do good, we may not see it hit tablets, which would be a real shame since it looks like a lot of fun.
Earlier this year Introversion Software announced that they would be bringing their popular PC game Prison Architect to mobile at some point this year. Well today we finally have a bit more of a formal time frame as to when this game will be arriving onto Android devices.
Well for those of you who managed to partake in the Summer Alpha testing phase for Albion Online, our fun times will be coming to a close soon. The Summer Alpha program will be ending on July 27th which is Monday of next week, but it won't be closing without a bang.
Set to be released later this month for Android tablets later this month, Gabriel Knight is a PC game trilogy that was originally released in the early 1990s. Sins of the Father, the first game in said trilogy, was re-released in a 20th anniversary edition for PC and Mac last year. Now, that remastered game is coming to Android tablets.
The Albion Online Summer Alpha has been in full swing for the past few weeks and it has been going pretty good, at least on the PC side of things. A lot of mobile players haven't been able to enjoy the game too much due to it still needing plenty of optimizing for the visuals so they don't hog your resources and produce rendering lag. If you are one of the few that doesn't experience a lot of that, such as myself, then you've probably been enjoying your time in Albion Online's Summer Alpha quite a lot.
One game we have been waiting for since we first reported on it back in May 2014 is a game called This War of Mine by 11 bit studios, the same company responsible for the extremely popular and fun Anomaly tower defense/offense franchise. This game has already been available on PC for a bit now but This War of Mine is finally going to be heading to tablets soon. When we originally reported on this game, it wasn't officially announced for mobile devices, but we figured it would be arriving at some point.
Ankama has announced today that they will be bringing a game based off of their original IP called DOFUS to Android and iOS tablets in the near future. This game will be based off of their DOFUS Online which is the company's MMORPG title for PC. DOFUS for tablets will also be an MMORPG but will feature reworked interfaces so that gamers will be able to play this game properly while on the go.
Owners of high-end Android tablets who happen to also play Sega's Football Manager Classic 2015 have received some extra love from Sega today with the ability to control and guide your favorite teams to victory but with 3D rendered visuals. This is due to the addition of the 3D match engine for high-end tablet owners so you can now follow all the action in a much more realistic manner.
Brought to us by Brotherwise Games, Boss Monster is a dungeon-building game that was originally designed to be played with cards. After a successful campaign on Kickstarter, Boss Monster has now been brought over to Android. Brotherwise Games has partnered up with Plain Concepts (the ones that created Wave Engine) to make this happen. In doing so, they created a straight digital conversion of the tabletop game, so players will be using digital cards to create their dungeons, in the hopes of keeping this version as close to the original as possible, while taking advantage of the CPU speed up the calculations within the game.