Seems like Gameloft has a few games slated for release for Android in the near future. The other day we spotted the Let’s Golf 2 page on the Gameloft store site before it was taken offline. Now we got a tip about Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front HD appearing for availability for Android devices although now we’re having trouble getting to the page.
Day: 6 December 2010
If you haven’t had enough information regarding Playstation and Android then here is some more and rather interesting news. The Gingerbread (Android 2.3) SDK has been released today and with that everyone is tearing it apart to see what is inside. One of the major focuses of Android 2.3 is gaming, so does it come as a surprise that Playstation button support was found inside?
Hold on to your seats, its gonna be a bumpy ride. reckless racing does exactly what it says in the title, and makes the ILG micro machines games look like child’s play. Reckless Racing is Polarbit’s newest 3D game, with partner Pixelbite, and takes the racing game genre and pumps it full of Hillbilly racing goodness with great graphics.
From the developers of Sky Force and Sky Force Reloaded comes a new game, Can Knockdown. Every play that game at fairs and carnivals where you have to knock all the cans off a pedestal in order to win a prize? Well now you can do the same on your Android phone and it won’t cost you $5 for 3 balls either!
Verizon will be pushing out a new update to Droid X owners in the very near future, version 2.3.340. Included in this update, according to the documents, is EA Mobile’s Madden 2011 game which was supposed to be available by now to Android gamers. Considering this, it looks like the reason it hasn’t bee released is due to Verizon nabbing an exclusive on it.
It seems as though we should start calling every Monday in the Android community “Device Monday” or at least just for today. We just got a tip on Twitter from our friend Junde regarding the upcoming Meizu M9 and M9II phones, slated for release in China. Why are we reporting about phones in China? Android has no borders!
More device news coming our way this Monday and again from Samsung. This time instead of the Nexus S it is the W899. This is a flip phone (clamshell in other words) that features twin Super AMOLED screens (front and back) on the top half of the phone. Also it features a rather great looking gold-ish and black finish on the outside.
Well here is an early morning double header for everyone out there in Android land. Google has officially announced that Gingerbread is out, the SDK is now available. On top of that, the Nexus S support page has gone live which shows us all the hardware specs regarding Google’s second phone. Lets dive into the details shall we?