Android has seen no shortage of Role Playing Games. From popular tittles such Zenonia to something less conventional such as Battleheart, its safe to say that level grinding on the go has reached new heights. Indie developers have also taken strides into the genre by fusing comedic elements into the script such as previous mentioned tittles. While not necessarily reaching new grounds, Digital Tales hopes to expand the genre with their latest release, Battleloot Adventure.
While many may argue that Capcom's Street Fighter is king of fighting games, SNK SNK Playmore would like to politely remind you that they too have their own king of fighters. The King of Fighters, SNK Playmore's own fighting series, have finally made their way on Android. Released by G-Gee, the King of Fighters hopes to be the answer to Android gamers prayers, an honest to god fighting game from a popular series.
Free to play company Glu has just unleashed an adrenaline pumping freestyle motocross on Google Play titled FMX IV Pro. While similar games are already on the market, FMX IV Pro focuses less on obstacles and racing but on something greater-- stunts. Prior Nokia owners may be familiar with the tittle as the game premiered as a Java tittle.
Like a middle child, mobile games are constantly vying for our attention. Every week there is a new shipment of mobile games propping themselves on our desks and demands to be played. While we do have dedicated reviewers, sometimes the games can be just as engaging as reviewing your W-2 forms.
This is a two-part article as it covers two different announcements from Gameloft. First, and this one is pretty much straight to the point, all Gameloft titles that are released throughout 2012 will contain in-app purchases.
Another game we talked about a few days ago was the interesting action strategy game from 4Gency called Node.Hack. Based around a theme of hacking, this combines both puzzle and arcade game mechanics into one title with a bit of a flare for retro game visuals.
As you probably already know, Angry Birds Space is now available for Android. This is the newest addition to the Angry Birds franchise from Rovio which takes the birds from Earth and plops them down in Space along with all the physics that apply to being in space.
One thing CES is usually good for is getting a sneak peek or two and unreleased games that will soon be coming to Android. At Qualcomm's booth they had plenty of games being shown on their development tablets to showcase their new Snapdragon 810 and Adreno 430 chipset team. However
One thing there is plenty of at CES every year are headsets, whether the full headband style (with or without mics) or the ear bud kind, there is always a ton of headsets to check out. Most of these are geared towards listening to music and watching video on your
In the past couple of years Mad Catz has really pushed well into the mobile gaming market with their peripherals and even an Android-based game console called the MOJO. Since the company first dove into the mobile gaming scene, each year we get to see new peripherals to get released
So far Nvidia has really been pushing their Shield line of products over the past month, whether it be offering up a discount for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or something else, it has been a good time to buy a Shield Portable or a Shield Tablet. Right now Nvidia has
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
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.