The ridiculously addictive game, Cestos 2: Party Time, by ChickenBrick Studios has received an update for the holidays! Among the new features coming to the holiday update is a new game mode, Race, where your goal is to tag all the correct order before your opponent does. That is not all though in this update!
Day: 11 December 2010
Recently release iOS game by Namco, Puzzle Quest 2, will be coming to Android as well in early 2011. Ironically, the original Puzzle Quest never came to the Android Market. If you don’t know what Puzzle Quest is, take an RPG game and have it go out for a one night stand with a Bejeweled match-3 type of game, result being Puzzle Quest.
Chillingo awhile back dabbled in the Android Market with a few titles and while those titles were mediocre at best, Chillingo is looking to re-enter the Android-sphere in the near future. A large part of this can be given credit to EA which recently purchased Chillingo for $29 million. What was once exclusively iOS is no more.
Vegas City is a simulation game where you can create your own Las Vegas strip complete with casinos, resorts, high rollers and more. Developed by Digital Chocolate and originally released onto Facebook, Vegas City is slated to come to Android in the near future. Soon you’ll be able to become filthy rich, in-game anyways.
Lady Bugs are very commonly found in young childhood memories, or in this case hatred filled frustration. This game is a Sokoban style game and for those of you that have no idea what that means, like me, it means pushing all the blocks into specific locations. These types of games can be very fun but very frustrating!
Been looking at a few games you just can’t decide whether to buy or not? Well, you’ve got about 2 weeks to try them out for a full 24 hours before buying them. It comes alongside news that the Market will be seeing an over-the-air, automatic update to all devices running Android 1.6 and above.
Fend of waves of tanks… and tanks… and more tanks, in this tower-defense style strategy game from ArmoredSoft featuring somewhat improved graphics, and plenty of levels to keep you busy. Tower-defense games, if you’re not familiar with the genre, are an industry standard in the mobile gaming world.