Game Insight has released another game onto the Android Market today called Rock the Vegas. Their other games: Paradise Island, My Country and Crime Story have been huge successes on the Android Market and chances are this will be as well.
Day: October 13, 2011
Here’s the game and application updates for the week of 10/10/11. Honeycomb support continues to trickle into the Market, while many games have gotten new content, tweaks and bug fixes since the beginning of this week. Here’s a rundown for you.
OpenFeint has been working full steam ahead when it comes to adding new features to their social tools that developers can use in their games. This new announcement, however, isn’t so much of a tool for them to use in their games as it is for them to get exposure for their games.
Initial releases on games are sometimes bad, and this one is no exception, maybe even fitting into the really bad segment of games. Improperly balanced, bug laden (watch the video below), and strewn with ads for in-game currency exchanges for real cash may make this the worst Glu game ever released, even at no (initial) cost.
Earlier in September you may remember Engadget and other sites, such as ourselves, reporting on a DIY project that had someone streaming Wii games to their Android tablet, an Asus Transformer to be exact. Ever wonder how they managed to do that aside from the brief description in the articles? Well here’s how!
Welcome to another addition of our Hidden Gem series of articles. In this particular article we are going to talk about an interesting indie game called Hamsteria by a developed named Sean McCracken. Aside from having an awesome last name, Sean has developed a great little game called Hamsteria which is all about destruction.
While there is already a plethora of way to purchase Android apps and games from various online 3rd party markets as well as the Amazon App Store and the actual Android Market, indiePub is looking to make the whole experience now accessible through retail outlets as well.
Continuing on with covering our readers and the awesome structures they are building in Minecraft: Pocket Edition, especially since it’s release onto all Android 2.2+ devices, here are some more pictures of impressive user-made buildings including an underwater palace, a giant creeper and more.
GameFly has been working it’s way into the mobile scene for a little under a year now having released an app not too long ago which was more of an informative app where you can find news and information about games across plenty of platforms along with reviews, screenshots, videos and more.
While news of the original Max Payne from Rockstar Games coming to Android was pretty awesome in itself, today they have announced another title that will be making it’s way to the mobile gaming scene. Grand Theft Auto 3 will be coming to select Android devices soon.