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.
SEGA announced a new Total War Battle game that would be coming to Android called Total War Battles: Kingdom during GDC 2015. According to SEGA, Total War Battles is now one of the longest running game franchises spanning 15 years on continuous title releases. Not too shabby.
Early this month Nvidia pushed out an OTA update bringing version 2.2 to Shield Tablets. While the update was a good one, a few minor bugs popped up from it, one of which our reader Michel Mohr pointed out had to do with a display bug where reds were being displayed as oranges instead.