Scaleform have been in the UI (User Interface) industry for some time now specializing in user interfaces for some pretty mage PC/console games. Their update to GFx, version 4.0, will be bringing new features and optimizations for game developers in the mobile arena to use when creating their user interfaces for their games.
Day: February 1, 2011
Konami has been testing the waters of the Android Market recently with the release of Frogger and Contra 4: Redux. It seems that Konami is ready to take a real jump into those waters though as they released one of their major sports titles, PES 2011. This is a realistic, 3D soccer (football depending on where you are from) game.
Pocket Legends is currently waiting on Apple to approve the upcoming v1.7 update which to the table a whole lot more awesome for all you Pocket Legend players out there. Everyone is dieing to know about crafting as well and we have got some exclusive screenshots regarding it thanks to our friends at Spacetime Studios.
Last week we reported on an upcoming update for Dungeon Defenders: First Wave that was labeled as v3.0. Trendy Entertainment was waiting on the App Store to approve the update before rolling it out to Android at the same time. Unfortunately, that didn’t pan out but the good news is, we’re getting two updates in one.
Back in mid-December we reported on the dual-screen Android tablet that NEC was coming out with and you may or may not remember us mentioning that they were also planning to open up their own app store called Andronavi. Well if you have been waiting for Andronavi to open up for some reason, the wait is now over.
Another new indie game developer has joined the ranks of developers for Android. Going by the name Red Sky Forge, their flagship game was release yesterday called Discretion which is a new 3D RPG to play on your Android device. It is sporting some interesting retro-3D style graphics and open world gameplay.
You may not have heard of MocoSpace but they have been around since before Zynga making HTML 5 social games that are cross-platform compatible. They don’t even release their mobile games onto any mobile marketplaces but due to their success, specifically with Stage Hero, MocoSpace plans to double their releases.