Myst, a game that has captivated audiences with intrigue since 1993, has finally come to Android devices. Thanks to mobile publisher Noodlecake, Cyan Worlds' cryptic point and click masterpiece has finally made the jump to Google Play.
Noodlecake is name that is synonymous with great mobile gaming. Over the years they've published some truly amazing series' such as League of Evil and Random Heroes, as well as plenty of other gems like Wayward Souls, The Bug Butcher, and the upcoming Island Delta.
Released by Pixelbite, space Marshals 2 is the sequel to the original game. To check out our review of the first one, click here. To be quite upfront, both of these games are very well-made. And there are things that have been improved upon with the sequel, while managing to not take a step back anywhere. It's rare that you see only Improvement in a sequel, without something unintentionally offsetting that.
VC Mobile Entertainment has globally launched their newest game onto Android today called Creature Quest. If you're not familiar with who VC Mobile Entertainment is, it is a game development company run by the award-winning game designer and creator of the Might and Magic and Heroes of Might and Magic series, Jon Van Caneghem.
Red Barton and The Sky Pirates is an upcoming 3rd person shooter that hearkens back to the days of OutRun, and AfterBurner, with a story mode a la Star Fox (the N64 classic). The player takes on the role of Red Barton, a pilot of a WWI era fighter airplane fighting his way through waves of enemies, on a mission to save his love and restore his honor.
If you’ve ever played a match 3 game and found yourself thinking “if only this had more football”, I have good news. If you’re like everyone else and are scratching your head at this pairing, come along with me.
Back in October of 2016 we reported on Kairosoft who had just released a new game onto Android, but only in Japan at the time, called Million March. That was actually the roughly translated name of the game, but the English version has made its way to Western shores now and is officially called March to a Million.
In the world of ninjas, the Gentleman Ninja is king... right? Maybe not but he's probably the most polite ninja out there. Developed by indie developers Scott Moakes and Samuel Beattie, the Gentleman Ninja is slated to be arriving onto Android next month and will be the most polite assassin you probably will ever know.
We have mentioned previously that Nvidia was gearing up to release their Android Nougat update for the company's Shield and Shield K1 tablets. Well for those of you who own either of those tablets, this Android OS update is finally making its way to everyone. There is a lot that
While everyone with an original Shield Android TV console is waiting to get the Android 7.0 (a.k.a Nougat), which has plenty of confusion as to exactly when that will be arriving (around a week from now), the Shield Android TV isn't the only Shield device getting the OS update soon.
NVIDIA's New Shield TV release may be getting all of the spotlight right now, and that won't be stopping with the software either. The new Android 7.0 Nougat upgrade is currently being sent out to their new consoles, and includes virtually all of the features that the New Shield TV
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.