Konami has just announced out of nowhere that PES 2017 is coming to mobile very soon. We couldn’t be more excited. It was built in the same engine as the… Continue reading
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Where did that come from? Like one of Pacquiao’s signature blows, Real Boxing Manny Pacquiao launched today on Google Play. Last time it was themed around Rocky, this time it’s Manny… Continue reading
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Update Tuesday March 14, 12:30 PST: We have confirmation from the dev that the game is to be released globally tomorrow. So for those that are wanting to play this game, your wait is about over. Again, the game contains both ads as well as optional IAPs, but will be free to download and play.
Released by Rockbite Games, Deep town is an upcoming game that’s based on the idea of mining a planet that’s deep in outer space. Players will begin their mining operation after the ship lands, and begins drilling via a laser, only for it to malfunction. From there, players will take direct control, in their bid to gather up the maximum amount of resources, from the greatest depths possible.
Capcom is going to continue the trend of porting over their more popular old school titles to mobile. Having already released Mega Man 1-6 onto Android, with each of those titles getting mixed reviews because of game performance more than anything else, the company has announced that four more retro games are on the way.
The cross-platform sandbox MMORPG called Albion Online, which seems to have been in a beta for years, now finally has an official release date. Along with the official release, Albion Online will also be receiving the Galahad update just before the game officially launches.
Prison break out game The Escapists has been announced that it’s coming to Android soon. In this game, players will customize the name and appearance of their prisoner, and then proceed to break out of the institution. Players will have to creatively utilize both item management as well as crafting (for example, making a Sock Mace or Comb Blade out of the requisite components, or locating a screwdriver to remove the grill over an air vent, so the character can climb through to better navigate the prison), and observation (such as noticing the patterns that guards follow, both in timing as well as what paths they follows, to reduce the chance of being caught).
Released by RSELF Games, The Grid is a new strategy game that’s been released on the Android platform. In The Grid, players will be looking to reclaim earth, after an alien invasion was successful in conquering it. This is done by managing two tasks that work in tandem.
Released by mindhelix, Cyber Sentinel is a new game for the Android platform that’s based around visually hacking. In this near future setting, players are drawn into the war over information, that’s fought between companies in the hopes of landing patents and contracts. In order to wage this war, the companies pay the most talented of hackers to perform corporate espionage.