Joe Dever's Lone Wolf game has been pretty popular since its release and the promise of additional chapters to the game has always been made. Now those promises are starting to come true as Chapter 2 has arrived but not as a single new game. Instead this new chapter can be obtained through an IAP, making this a DLC expansion to the game.
Yesterday through all the jokes and such that comes with April Fools Day, Humble Bundle launched their newest bundle for PC and mobile, featuring up to six games available for one low price. You can name your own price and get four games but if your price that you pay is above the average price being paid at the time of purchase, you'll get an additional two games.
So, today is April 1st and like any April 1st, everyone can be your enemy and play tricks on you. Trust no one and nothing you read is a pretty good motto for the day. Google knows there's a lot of Pokemon fans out there and one of their pranks this year is a well played stab at the Pokemon community by giving them a dream only to crush it.
Kemco is a pretty consistent company when it comes to game releases onto Android, specializing in retro-style RPGs to play. Their newest game is now available on Google Play as well called Shelterra the Skylord. As with every release from Kemco, there is always at least one feature that is new that isn't in any of their other titles.
Since the release and subsequent pulling of Flappy Birds off of Google Play, there have been a plethora of clones and spin-offs of the original game. We mean there is a LOT of them. The creator of Canabalt was a part of the recent Flappy Jam and took his Canabalt game a meshed it with the idea behind Flappy Bird to create Flappybalt.
We don't need to rehash Nintendo's standpoint about bringing any of their games to mobile devices other than their own. Everyone knows their stance on this by now. The same goes for a lot of titles made by third party developers who call Nintendo their home and this includes Animal Crossing's creator Katsuya Eguchi. However Katsuya does have some interest in the mobile field.
Disney has announced over Twitter that they are currently working on a new game called Star Wars: Assault Team. Judging from the lone screenshot and the few details about this game released, it looks like it will be another TCG title that will be released onto all mobile platforms including Android.
Nvidia has done pretty good with their Nvidia Shield portable Android gaming system, especially with the updates as of late improving all the features that gamers have wanted to have improved including the GameStream technology and button mapping. A new benchmark report from AnTuTu now has the Nvidia Shield 2
Not too long ago Google announced that they were indeed working on a modular phone which was called Project Ara. At that time there was not real date as to when we would see this phone hit the market so consumers could purchase it. Well word is that we will
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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?