If you were a regular DroidGamers reader a few years back, you might have seen a mention about a game called Gunhouse coming exclusively to PS Mobile-enabled phones. Well, this past November, Gunhouse quietly slipped under the radar and hit the Google Play store for all Android devices. Everyone can now enjoy Necrosoft Games’ delightfully quirky take on tower defense and puzzle games.
Tag: puzzle game
Angry Bugs Games’ follow up to the 2012 iOS puzzle game The Hacker snuck onto the Google Play store while no one was looking. The Hacker 2.0 brings things from the 80’s green-hued screens of the original into a more colorful and complex modern era. The gorgeous new visual aesthetic is very reminiscent of Square-Enix Montreal’s GO series with isometric turn-based puzzles like Hitman Go and Deus Ex GO.
For those familiar with the Quell Series (the eponymous Quell, along with Quell Memento, Quell Reflect, and others unrelated to this franchise, such as Swapperoo) will be happy to know that there’s a new entrant into this line of logic games: Quell Zen. In a similar format to the other Quell games, players will be guiding a raindrop around a board, by using swiping gestures to cause it to move until its path is obstructed, while doing so in such a way as to navigate it around the board and avoiding obstacles.
Released by Aaron Gorman, Spectragon is a new casual puzzle game for the Android platform. In this game, players will be in control of a hexagon, with each of its six sides containing a different color (or combination of colors), and this shape rests at the bottom of the screen.
Puzzle games have a huge following in the Play Store. Everyone likes a good challenging game that they can play that doesn’t take a lot of time. You can hop right in, play a game or two and move on. Or, you can spend more time perfecting your skills if the game is long enough. The Ultrateam knows how to make a good puzzle game. Their first game ULTRAFLOW was downloaded over three million times in the Play Store and the iOS App Store. As anyone would consider that hugely successful, DroidGamers had an opportunity to interview the team, to find out what makes a good puzzle game, and why they decided to pursue a sequel, with the recently released ULTRAFLOW 2.
Ghosts of Memories is a new puzzle game that is coming to Android. The initial screenshots show a game rendered in colorful soft tones, and structures of mystery, akin to Stonehenge. The game play looks to be reminiscent of the extremely popular game Monument Valley. Paplus Games will be releasing the game October 16th, and we are definitely interested in checking this one out.
Three weeks ago we reported on a new Bridge Constructor game heading to mobile devices soon called Bridge Constructor Stunts. While iOS users received a version of this game two weeks ago, Android users did not. However, that has all changed today as this game is now available on Google Play.
A new puzzle game for mobile devices called Drome is set for a release on Android later this spring.
A new physics-based puzzle game, Odd Bot Out, has been released onto the Google Play Store for $1.99. Finding ways across gaps for a robot named Odd is the main purpose of Odd Bot Out.
Back in April of this year we talked about a game coming from Spark Plug Games called Plight of the Zombies. Unlike the usual zombie games out there where you try to mow them down with a variety of weaponry simply because they wanted to eat your brains, this game has you trying to save them instead.