OpenFeint has be developing their support for Android for awhile now and we have patiently waited for it to be released. Well the wait is over and OpenFeint is now available for developers of Android games. On top of that, OpenFeint has decided to make this opening for Android support a big one by dropping 20 games onto the Android market over the next month.
Dungeon Defenders demoed on an Android Tegra tablet. This game was built using Unreal Engine 3
Well it seems that the Unreal Engine by Epic is all but officially confirmed to be coming to Android. Ever since GDC 2010 when it was mentioned that support for the iPhone (now iOS in general) was coming to the UDK (Unreal Developers Kit), eventual Android support was left in the air for all to speculate on as no official word at GDC 2010 was ever mention.
So you’ve been chugging along playing the Angry Birds Beta trying to get 3 stars on all the levels while waiting for the full release but you just… Continue reading
Well it seems like more and more quality games are making their way onto the Android market and I, for one, couldn’t be happier. The newest addition to the list of quality games is by iPhone/iPad developer HalfBrick and their game Fruit Ninja. Anything dealing with Ninjas in it is always a promising game, fruit is just a bonus. When and how much? Read on!
Once in awhile it’s good to hear about developers finding success with the Android market and the business model they used to give other developers who are contemplating taking the jump to Android a bit more motivation. One little know fact is that offering a trial/free version can generate quite a bit of success for your game and The Moron Test can prove that.
As I mentioned in the World of Dragons article about browser-based MMORPGs jumping into the mobile arena as one of the next trends, today an announcement was made that indeed another has made it’s way to mobile. While not the graphically pretty kind it is a great old school RPG game, called Lands of Hope, which you can now play via your Android browser.
Well all you football (soccer) fans out there have one more thing to cheer for and that’s the newest release from Gamevil in the Superstars series of games called Soccer Superstars. Combining the anime style character we have all come to enjoy from Gamevil with all you could want in a soccer game with a little bit o flare added in for fun.
Andrew Huff, otherwise known as ExtremeT on this site, is the Founder and Chief Editor here at DroidGamers. When not writing and editing articles on DG, testing games,… Continue reading
Although the iPhone recently announced it will more then likely be supporting Flash soon (surprise surprise), Kongregate has long supported gaming on mobile phones since the idea of Flash on Android came to light and was one of the first sites to make their games playable on Android devices. Well now developers have a chance to win part of almost $30,000 in prizes!