Square Enix has recently been pushing their weight behind mobile gaming on both iOS and Android, more so on iOS until recently when Android started getting Final Fantasy titles and other games announced to be coming on the way. Now it looks like their The World Ends With You RPG is getting a sequel and clues are pointing to a mobile connection as well.
EA's CEO Andrew Wilson has decided to come out and state what pretty much the entire mobile gaming world already knows, and we even stated it back when the game first came out, that the company's Dungeon Keeper game's microtransactions were 'a shame'. He further went on to say that the company 'misjudged the economy' and while that may sound like an odd statement, it sounds like it was more in reference to how the game was priced rather than no one could afford it and the game sucked.
If you are the type of person that throws your game controller down when you are met with one gaming challenge after another… this is not the game for you. Well, it probably is the game for you, but you just have to convince yourself that you are hardcore enough to play it.
Do you enjoy groovy music? Yes! Do you like auto runners? Yes! Do platforms to jump on make you smile? Yes! Do you crave eye-popping colors while you play your games on your snazzy Android device? Certainly! Well, wait no longer.
Gameloft is optimizing nine of their games for Android TV. This should come as no surprise really as Gameloft tries to usually be one of the first game development companies to announce support for new Android platforms, regardless of what those platforms actually are.
NothingElse is a very dark game, a very short game, a game that doesn't allow you to save your progress, yet great nonetheless. I'll do the best I can to review this without of spoiling the ending, which was incredibly dark, but I definitely didn't see it coming. For that reason, the game won me over.
Disney Interactive's official Tumblr page revealed the logo for an upcoming Star Wars mobile game, includes Android, called Star Wars Commander. Not much information was given on the game other than that it is a strategy game consisting of elements from the Star Wars universe; as in characters, locations, and technology. The game is being released in limited early access on Android along with iOS in "select international markets" but will release worldwide sometime this summer.
This is probably the fastest we've seen a device going from announcement to launch, at least when it comes to Nvidia. They are definitely not wasting any time with getting their new Shield Tablet into the hands of Android gamers and today customers in Canada and the US are having
DIY projects are always cool because you not only get to check out what other people do when feeling particularly creative at any given time, but generally also get to learn how it is done and possibly even do it yourself. Technically we don't really get to learn how to
Yesterday we reported on Nvidia's upcoming Shield Tablet and the massive leak that basically unofficially announced the new device along with pricing, hardware specs and pretty much everything else related to it. Today is the official announcement from Nvidia themselves along with all the details, pricing and launch date information
Wayward Souls is an action-adventure game built for quick playthroughs and massive amounts of replay value. It was inspired by Spelunky, Secret of Mana, and our previous game, Mage Gauntlet.
Procedurally generated random levels mean that every time you play the game, it's a different experience. Control one of six characters, all with their own unique playstyles, abilities, and equipment. Explore and fight for survival, in combat where your tactics, positioning, and timing matter.