The sequel to one of Gameloft’s first FPS games for Android called N.O.V.A has just made it’s way onto the Android Market. As promised, Gameloft will slowly be releasing their games onto the market for purchase for people who do not want to use their storefront. It comes at a cost though.
Day: 22 June 2011
You may remember the name Dvide Arts from their previous 3D games that are pretty big hits on Android called Crusade of Destiny and Welcome to Hell. Since then we have been following their progress on their new RPG title called Earth and Legend with high hopes for another winner. Today, we get a trailer.
Well it happened a little sooner than we expected but we aren’t complaining. Rovio just pushed out the latest Angry Birds Seasons update, called Summer Pignic, onto the Android Market. Once again though, just like the Christmas update, you’ll only be able to play one level per day.
Last year when the App Inventor for Android came out, we were in the original beta and saw a few features that had yet been implemented. These features including transferring data to and from game servers and other similar features. We took an educated guess at this being a similar system like iOS has with their Game Center.
Lodsys LLC, if you haven’t heard about them yet, is a company that holds a patent that applies to ‘in-app purchases’ even though applying it to mobile in-app purchases is stretching it. Lodsys LLC isn’t just hitting Android indie developers, a bunch over on the iOS platform also have received letters of intent from the company.