We already have one title from Gamelion we are waiting for, called League of Heroes, they have announced another game we can look forward to called Rage of the Gladiator. As you may be guessing, you'll be playing the role of a Gladiator named Gracius, who happens to be battling it out for his life in arena combat. Instead of battling it out with other gladiators though, you happen to be fighting it out with rather large 'epic bosses' and creatures.
Death Dome, by Glu Mobile, is not really anything surprising. We’ve seen this same cycle play out before in all sorts of genres. One or two titles come out and create a demand for a certain style and we get to witness a parade of clones, games that attempt to not only copy the original success of those earlier titles but that often add nothing to the genre. Many gamers buy these copycat titles and relish in what is essentially more of the same thing, feeding the parade. It’s not that I mind players or developers who enjoy copycats and repeated mechanics. As long as everyone is having fun then all is good. The problem comes in when we have a harder time finding original content thanks to games like Death Dome taking up space on virtual shelf of the Play store.
The mobile version of the rather popular MMORPG Maple Story has gotten an update which is somewhat rather appropriate considering that Halloween is tomorrow. Nexon's Maple Story Live has gotten a rather large content update thanks to the inclusion of a new playable character, the Demon Slayer. Because of this new character the people can play, there is a slew of new content surrounding this new character as well.
Recently we reviewed the new MOGA gaming controller which, as a controller, is excellent and works quite well for pretty much any of your gaming needs whether it be on a phone, clipped into the MOGA, or on your tablet as a wireless Bluetooth controller. However, the MOGA controller requires you to use the Pivot app which, as an app, is rather nice but does have some issues. A recent update the other day fixed a few of these issues though.
While the general Android population enjoys, at least to some degree, pointing out Electronic Arts' weird selection of supported devices whenever they launch a new game, the company themselves has decided to address the issue in a way that will make future Nexus owners fairly happy. EA has announced that 13 titles will be available when the new Nexus line-up launches on November 13th, 2012, which is pretty much their entire catalog of games on Android.
One of the games I’ve been spending a lot of time on lately is Shadowgun: DeadZone. Well, for now it is a public beta, but even then the game is very much playable with no bugs of note. The developers – Madfinger Games – are however adding in new features and optimizing performance with frequent updates.
The game many a racing fanatic has been waiting for has finally arrived on Android devices, on time might I add. Need for Speed Most Wanted brings along with it some pure street racing action with over 35 of the world’s fastest cars – including the Bugati Veyron, McLaren MP4-12C and Lamborghini Aventador – at your disposal to help you reach the top of the Most Wanted list.
The creators of the classic first-person adventure game called Shadowgate have gone over to Kickstarter to bring a new re-imagined and revamped version out to the world and this new version will be made available on a variety of platforms including Android tablets. This inclusion of Android tablets as one of the supported platforms isn't a stretch goal either, which is something that happens with a decent amount of these Kickstarter project. Instead, it will be released onto Android tablets when the game launches.
The indie developer behind the rather twisted and ultra-violent indie game Hotline Miami has announced that talks have been happening to bring the game to Playstation devices. Jonatan Söderström, the developer behind the game, told PocketGamer that he has been in talks with Sony to bring the game to the PS Vita and, quite possibly, to other mobile devices such as Android ones.
As a kid, I remember enjoying a few different types, be they the Tiget handhelds, my brother's Game Gear, or Nintendo's Gameboy, all of which (plus more later) enabled gaming "on the go. Hyperkin is a company that has been working on an emulator that runs Gameboy games, and is
Developed by Lenovo, and created in collaboration with Vibram, there are a new set of smart shoes that could one day be set to enter the market. Among other things, they'll be able to track both step counting as well as how many calories are burned, allow the user to
Samsung revealed no too long ago that they were developing a controller specifically for their Gear VR headset. While details about said controller haven't been plentiful, today there seems to be a few images that are apparently of the controller the company is designing for the Virtual Reality headset.
Bungee Mummy is a fast-paced, adventure game where risk-taking, sharp reflexes and sheer determination are essential for victory! Swing and bungee launch through the fascinating world of Hagareem, escape the eerie levels and complete outrageous challenges to win real-life 3D printable rewards.
Revived and revitalized, thanks to his trusty friend Madu, King Phero has only one thing on his mind – to free his people from the clutches of the evil Solark. But first, he must escape the Great Pyramid and dash through the eerie underworld of Hagareem. Facing his darkest hour and countless baddies, King Phero calls upon his loyal friend Madu to light a path to victory.