Flying Aces, developed by Sticky Coding, is an air traffic control style game where you control the flight paths of airplanes to ensure all of them land safely at the airport. This is a touch based game where you draw lines for the airplanes to follow and has been one of the more popular games of this genre for awhile and now…it’s gone open source!
Space Challenge 3D, developed by Osaris Games, is a racing style game where you navigate your space ship, using the accelerometer, through different 3D levels within a certain amount of time using the accelerometer. Each ship that you can choose from has their pros and cons about them and there s no shortage of replay value for this game either.
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Last week I posted our official announcement for positions needing to be filled here at Droid Gamers. The response was amazing! Shortly after making that post I had family arrive from out of town (hence the short gap in news recently) but I did go over all the applications sent in and I am please to announce the new members for Team DG.
Like playing Pool? Like puzzle/strategy games? Then you will like Orbs.Knockoff, developed by Devandroid. Orbs.Knockoff is a pool like strategy/puzzle game where you need to clear the table of all the red balls while keeping your own safely on it. Starting now, the developers are offering a $100 cash prize to the person who scores the highest by the end of May.
Cryptose, developed by Insurgent Games, is an interesting puzzle game where it is your job to decrypt messages either as a Hacker, a Detective or a Spy. The whole game is based around encryption and decryption and while playing the game is entertaining, it also allows you to learn a bit more about how it all works when it comes to encryption.
Well it is starting to get to the point where a week won’t go by without some more news regarding peripherals and Android gaming. Just reported right now by Engadget, developer Ryan Frawley, has managed to get the Wiimote to work with your Android phone via a bluetooth connection. The software is available free for this demo/beta phase.
Camel Games, developers of some of the best physics games available for your Android phone, has released another new game called Super Tumble. This is a great physics game with a slight twist, instead of the usual drawing lines to make objects move or shooting style game like Shoot U!, this game requires you to remove objects to completer your goal.
Retro style games always bring back great memories from back in the day when we used to play Atari or, later on, the NES. Arcade games weren’t much different back then either with their simple but great looking graphics and gameplay. P.O.D. by OrangePixel is a great example of a retro style game to enjoy on your Android phone.