Glowball has been one of the two main showcase games for the upcoming Tegra 3 quad-core chipset, the other being Zen Pinball THD. Although the current version of Zen Pinball THD that is slated to come out this week is for Tegra 2 devices, the Glowball game is the first Tegra 3 title to make an appearance on the Tegra Zone app.
Day: 28 November 2011
Today, considering it being Cyber Monday and we as society have been dealing with craziness since Thanksgiving with family, Black Friday sales, weekend sports (and recovery) and Cyber Monday deals now, it’s only fitting we bring a Hidden Gem of a game to the table that is down right insane. Coming from Xbox Live is Techno Kitten Adventure.
Zen Studios makes some incredible looking pinball games with unique themes and a ton of eye candy and animation. In fact you may have seen our rather in-depth preview of Zen Pinball THD about two weeks ago for Tegra 2 and Tegra 3 device. Well the good news is that the wait is almost over.
A rather popular Flash-based game called Gibblets will soon be appearing in a sequel, called Gibblets 2, thanks to Herocraft. While the original was built with Flash, the sequel will most likely not be. In Gibblets your job was to save people from being hanged by shooting some well aimed arrows to cut the ropes that were around their necks. Yes, that is somewhat morbid.
A few days ago a new game called Twist n’ Catch by Okugi Studios got released onto the Android Market. It’s similar to Burn the Rope as it’s a puzzle/dexterity type of game but that is where the similarities really end. In Twist n’ Catch you will be playing as Emmet Black who happens to be a treasure hunter.
We already know that Sonic the Hedgehog from Sega is on the way to Android in December and, in fact, you can get an early copy if you happen to buy an Android tablet from GameStop as it comes pre-loaded on them. However, this new Sonic title came out of left field and is currently only available on the Japanese Android Market.
Hey guys! About five of you may remember me from my android games news series on Youtube, well I’m back, and have some more gaming goodness to showcase in conjunction with the guys here at DroidGamers.
The Quake series of FPS (first-person shooter) games has been popular for a very long time since it was up there as one of the first FPS series of games released. Quake III Arena, which landed in 1999 was very popular and now thanks to Zeus Arena and the ioquake3 Engine, you can play it on your Xperia Play.
Over the past month or so we’ve been talking about the hit indie game from 2D Boy called World of Goo and that it would be coming to Android. In fact last week we mentioned that it would be arriving today and 2D Boy hasn’t disappointed us! World of Goo is now available on the Android Market.