Ubiquitous Media Inc’s survival game called “The Whoops! Desert Island” has been released, exclusively in Korean, at least for now. Sort of the same way Game Dev Story came out, first in Asia then translated and released globally. The point of the game is that you’re shipwrecked on an island and you have to survival.
We reported yesterday that GT Motor Racing Academy was starting to show up on the mobile version of Gameloft’s web-based store. Today we now have a semi-live page on the actual desktop web-based store. Some of it isn’t loading but if you click the Buy Now link, it does go to payment processing so you should be able to buy it, if not soon.
It’s raining crystalline marbles! Colorix HD is your hi-res twist on the tried-and-true, “stuff falls from the sky” Tetris-type games, featuring gorgeous visuals and plenty of high-scoring combo options. If you’re fortunate enough to own a newfangled XVGA Android phone, Colorix HD will mesmerize you in short-order.
Take a fast ride through the dark, neon-streets of Sometown as a small, shiny chrome ball in this energy-laced, street-themed pinball iPhone port. Pinball Ride does one thing and it does it well on your Android device – pinball.
Today we found news that NEC will be announcing their new dual-screen Android tablet at CES in just one month. That’s right, you read correctly. This will be a dual-screen tablet which could be huge for our gaming itch when it comes to the tablet market. This could get really fun and interesting with gaming!
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Big name veteran game developer Konami announced today that they have 2 games ready for the glasses-free Sharp Galapagos phones that recently landed in Japan and soon the US as well. “Mobile Pawafuru Proyaku 3D” and “Golfriends!” are the names of the two games for these pretty cool Android devices.
We got a chance to talk to the Development Director, Jeremy Stieglitz, over at Trendy Entertainment, developers of Android’s first Unreal Engine 3 made game, Dungeon Defenders: First Wave. We talk about Unreal Engine 3, developing for Android, Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, future plans and pointing your towers at walls.
Gameloft has certainly been keeping themselves in the spotlight lately with all the new games being released for Android, others leaked out as coming soon titles, billing issues and now their games being on GetJar. Well we have news about another game coming to Android as well as an update regarding GetJar.
Well great news for everyone who has wanted Need for Speed: Shift by EA Mobile but has not had it available to them. You can now go to the Android Market and buy the game! After a very long time, at least it seems that way, of being exclusive only to certain phones such as the Droid 2, EA Mobile has finally put NFS: Shift onto the market.