This editorial is more of a gaming industry related editorial but the topic could easily spill into the world of mobile gaming and, chances are, at some point it will. With how advancements in technology for mobile gaming are progressing and at the rate in which it is progressing, games for mobile devices are becoming closer to their console brothers.
Day: February 8, 2011
OrangePixel, developer of some of the coolest retro-style games on the Android Market, have just released Chapter 2 for their great platform escape game Super Drill Panic. What comes with Chapter 2? All kinds of good stuff including a new playable character, more hazards and more worlds for you to run your ass off in.
Nobody ever thought that a rabbit could survive the harsh environs of deep-space, but then again… this ain’t no ordinary rabbit. Slingshot your way from planet to planet collecting carrots in this physics-based arcade classic. Rocket Bunnies is fun, frustrating, and keeps you on your toes.
Cloud gaming service OnLive just received a fairly nice deposit into their bank account in the size of a cool $40million dollars thanks to an investment by HTC into the company. Back in December we reported that OnLive would be coming to Android in a limited capacity at first with gameplay coming in the future.