Hello There is a developer based in Gothenburg, Sweden. They focus on developing games for entertainment, but also produce animated commercials, games for training, marketing and providing creative consultation. Luckily for Android users, they have also produced some pretty good games in the Play Store, such as Save a Rhino, Avicii/Gravity, Find a Way Soccer and Khaba. Their latest release, will have you kicking, punching and blocking people, even if they play their games on an iOS device. The Taekwondo Game: Global Tournament, has been soft launched in Sweden and Canada, but the game is coming to Android soon.
HyperDevBox has announced today that they have updated their Mech-themed 3D arcade shooter ExZeus 2 for Android TV users. Originally released in 2012, ExZeus 2 is still one the the top Mech-themed shooters available for Android and this new Android TV version will have some improvements made for the big screen.
Hey there Android fans, I’m a bit new in town. I’ve come to visit the mobile/tablet gaming space a couple of times and, for the most part, I get it. Thing is, with devices like my trusty Shield tablet getting into the market it is bringing in a slightly different kind of gamer, and I'm here to tell you we're going to stage an intervention...
Were you on the lookout for a relatively cheap game that delivers twin-stick shooting action, zombies, and multiple weapons of destruction, all wrapped up in a package trimmed with silliness and some attitude? Then have I got a game for you.
Given the circumstances surrounding the first Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition game and the fact that Android gamers are still waiting for the bloody thing to get released, this news is a bit of a shock considering that there is an actual specific release date for the newly announced Baldur's Gate 2: Enhanced Edition game.
When I first bought a NVIDIA Shield, one of my concerns was how would I play games without controller support. While the Shield does offer up Bluetooth keyboard and mouse compatibility, my background as a console gamer has made me prefer that control scheme.
We have been watching the development of Blizzard's TCG title Hearthstone since it was originally announced. It has been teased since the game's release on PC that it would be coming to mobile devices, with the iPad being the first to be confirmed (and actually get a release of the game), followed shortly by Blizzard coming clean and announcing a version for Android as well. As time drew closer to Blizzcon 2014, more details starting coming forth about the Android version and then during Blizzcon 2014 it was confirmed that the company was planned to release the Android tablet version this month.
A few days ago we stumbled onto Cicret which, at first, we thought was just another wearable piece of technology like the Smart Watches we currently have on market. That was until we realized that this little wristband is a whole lot more than a watch with some limited, but
On Black Friday Nvidia hosted a sale on their Shield Portable and Shield Tablet products, offering up a pretty decent discount for each one. Well that sale for Black Friday has also now become their sale for Cyber Monday which means if you missed your chance to snag either device
Are you ready to embark on a journey in a unique cyberpunk setting? Planned out as a trilogy, experience the first episode also known as the Reveal, which will be followed by Revolution and Revelations accordingly.
The world as we know it has come to an end and a New Order has taken over. Life is seemingly perfect, in an almost utopian society humans have to officialy schedule their whole days in advance via "ports"-mandatory cybernetic implants. There is practically no crime and large corporations-who also happen to be port manufacturers-have replaced governments. The hero is about to start a regular day only for it to unfold in the most unexpected manner, revealing the true nature of the city.