The popular turn based FF Tactics style game UniWar by JavaGround Inc. comes from iphone and lands in the Android market for everyone to enjoy. Boasting 53,000+ registered users, you should never have a problem finding a game to play. Yes, that means it’s multiplayer and cross platform thanks to centralized servers.
The very popular game Armored Strike by Requiem Software Labs is getting an update very soon with a really great feature. If you couldn’t tell by the title of the article..it’s getting multiplayer.
Mole Miner from Little Fluffy Toys LTD, a game where you are a mole collecting gems in various mazes with obstacles, has released a new level pack available on the market.
This is a list of all the QR Codes for every game we talk about on this site. This is just an in-your-face kind of list with zero… Continue reading
Forced into exile, the Corynthian Mages land on a forsaken island, Kaliend, where they are welcomed as saviors by the natives believing that they’ll bring back an age of wealth and glory. Soon internal disputes between Mages will however kindle a war without mercy. To prevent the whole situation from turning into total chaos, an ancient custom is brought back to life, forcing the Mages to stop using magic outside of specially designed arenas until one of them is designed as a leader. The struggle has begun, the factions raise their champions to emerge victorious and change the fate of Kaliend.
With the advent of Mystique Chapter 3: Obitus coming out shortly, it would be good to get through both Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. Here’s is the walkthrough for Chapter 2 written by someone named Jorge and posted on a forum by Gekkota. (I tried to fix all the spelling errors but I probably missed some).
If you enjoy strategy games in the style of Risk then you’ll enjoy Age of Conquest: Europe from Noble Master Games. Also called “Aevum Obscurum” originally for it’s… Continue reading
Here’s the official walkthrough for Mystique Chapter 1: Foetus posted on the developers website so if you are having trouble with the first part, here you go.
One of the lovely features on this site will be a review, once a week, of that weeks worst game that has been released to our beloved Android Market. Since this is our first installment, it’s been decided to kick it off with one of the big players who has tried hard to produce not just one, but a series of terrible games.
The demand for graphically beautiful games for the Android Market continues to increase almost daily, especially when some developers just don’t care about their game (see Worst Weekly Game Review for an idea). However, NetHak by developer Total Mad Ownage, has decided to take another route, screw the graphics, develop just a good game.