There is a neat little game out right now in beta form on the Android Market called Outbreak! Zombies. It is a location-based game centered around one thing most of us love, Zombies. It also plays like an outbreak-style game where you can infect others or be infected by other players which will turn you into a lovable, gentle zombie…
Day: 24 March 2011
Homerun Battle 3D by Com2Us has been out for awhile and is still a favorite among gamers who enjoy sports games, especially if you like hitting homeruns all the time. Com2Us announced that a big update is coming to this addictive multiplayer game in the shape of a seasonal event as well as Xperia Play controls.
If you are a game developer who has been waiting for Google’s in-app purchasing SDK to become available, it looks like the wait is almost over. If you haven’t checked your developer account on the Android Market, now might be a good time to check. You should notice a little addition to your app listings!
If you follow gaming new at all, and by at all we mean even glancing at a gaming news website by accident, then you already know who GeoHot is and that Sony is suing him for hacking the PS3. Well he left to go vacation in South America and Sony has accused him of fleeing to South America instead to ditch the case or something to that effect.
So it isn’t overly new news when it comes to Gameloft and the fact they will be having 10 of their games ready and optimized for the Xperia Play when it launches. However, the good folks at Gameloft did decide to make a nice little video showcasing all ten games. While none of the games are new, they look easier to play.
PerBlue, a company known for creating the smash hit MMORPG Parallel Kingdom apparently has created a super secret Beta sign-up website for another game they are working on. There are no details on the project or anything that I could find but there is a survey/sign-up through Google if you’re up for it.
As you all know Amazon now has their own Android Appstore and in it they have the ability to offer paid apps and games for free on a daily basis, just like Apple’s App Store. Today, for us Android users that free game is Doodle Jump. Normally 99 cents, Doodle Jump has over 250,000 downloads in the regular Android Market and is rated at 4.5/5 stars.
Woo Games developed FRG and FRG Deluxe awhile back which has been a staple on many gamers phones since their release. In the past it has been updated with Achievements and Leaderboards thanks to Scoreloop but it seems Woo Games want to take it a step further. FRG is getting multiplayer and beta sign-up is now available!