When the Ouya was announced many many moons ago, one game that was supposed to be one of the headlining titles for the Android-powered game console was Hawken, the mech-filled combat MMOFPS game that many of us would actually like to play. With the new announcement of Hawken being released onto Steam this month, it begs the question as to where the Ouya version of this game is and if we will ever actually see it.
A rather entertaining little retro looking game is heading our way in a few days called Only One. Developed by Rebel Binary, this game puts you in charge of your character who is somehow on top of a rather large pillar, way up in the sky, with the ultimate goal of pushing your enemies off of said pillar and hearing them scream as they fall to their brutal deaths far below.
For those of you who dig arcade side-scrolling shooters, or shmups depending on what you like to call them, there is a new one that was released the other day called Space Shooter Ultimate. As you would expect with a good shooter, you have plenty of levels to work your way through and boss fights to deal with.
Many people already enjoy playing the Puzzle-RPG game 10000000 and if you happen to be reading this then you are probably one of those people. If that is in fact the case then you will be happy to hear the EightyEight Games is working on a sequel called You Must Build A Boat.
Flappy Bird is an enigma. It looks like something chroma-keyed onto a sitcom smartphone. I imagine that, from the outside, this is what people think mobile gaming is all about. It’s almost self parody; a perfect encapsulation of all that’s good and bad in mobile gaming culture (not entirely unlike the fake-then-real, but horrible,Unicorn Apocalypse).
For all you developers out there who want to make apps and games from Google's Chromecast, the SDK now has support for Google Play Services. Along with this new support, a new version of Google Play Services has begun to roll out to all Android devices in general.
A few days ago Ouya announced that it would soon be bringing its platform to other hardware and it seems the first company to jump on board is Mad Catz with their Android-powered game console called the MOJO. Now depending on who you are and how you feel about the
In an interesting move, Ouya has announced that we will soon be seeing the software portion of their platform on other hardware, leaving behind the exclusivity their software had with their Android-powered console system of the same name. This move is to make the Ouya platform more ubiquitous and platform
Google has revealed what their next project is that they are working on and it is called Project Tango. Usually we don't report on these kinds of things unless there is some sort of benefit to gaming on Android and with Project Tango there could be a pretty interesting benefit
In Hope the player’s actions are limited by the character’s confinement. There is not much to do in the damp tower you’re trapped in besides walking, sighing and crying. And sleeping at night, of course. Nothing you can do will affect the development of the story, although you may find a way to know about the Prince’s journey. You may also be able to find out about the Princess’ background, that part of the tale nobody ever cares about. And of course, there will be an ending, although it may not look as heroic from this point of view… or does it?