About a week ago we were told about a new physics-based puzzle game with some similar mechanics to Angry Birds that had landed on the Android Market. Developed by Primadawn, Lazy Snakes does indeed take a couple of the gameplay mechanics from Angry Birds but widely expands on how you solve each stage.
Day: December 30, 2011
Fans of the Doodle style games have one more titles to get your hands on now. Coming from developers Mass Creation, who are also responsible for the rather cool game called Draw Slasher (published by Gamelion), their new game for Doodle fans comes in the form of Doodle Boat.
For those of you who have access to the Amazon App Store on way or another, it’s time to take advantage of another sale on there. EA has put all of their games on the Amazon App Store on sale for only $0.99 for a limited time. This includes Dead Space for the Kindle Fire for those of you who own one.
Retro game fans can go ahead and have a nerdgasm now as word is out that the world’s first split-screen shooter, Battle Squadron ONE, will be making its way to Android in early 2012. Developed by Cope-Com, this was the first game to feature split-screen gameplay.
With all the good news and great games that have come our way this year we have also had our fair share of stories that didn’t pan out for whatever reason, whether it was a rumor that turned out to be a flop or a game developer changing their minds five times about a game that was going to come to Android. It is time to take a look back over the past year and enjoy the humorous side that is mobile gaming.
After a couple of days of free games that register of the ‘meh’ scale, Amazon has put up another game for free today. This particular game is from SGN (also known as Social Gaming Network) called Warp Dash and is available for free today only which will save you $1.99.
Fans of the Toshiba Android tablets possibly have some good news in store for them in regards to any sort of Tegra 3 quad-core device coming from the company. According to an article over at UberGizmo, Toshiba has been benchmark testing what appears to be a Tegra 3 tablet.
Big news today regarding the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise from Sega. Hot off the release of Sonic CD for Android, Sega has teamed up with nVidia to bring yet another Sonic the Hedgehog game to Android, this time though for Tegra 2 and Tegra 3 devices called Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2.
2011 was a big year for Android. NVDIA’s Dual Core processor, Tegra 2 was introduced, Honeycomb Tablets flooded the market and Ice Cream Sandwich brought phone and tablets together under one roof. However this wasn’t the only thing that made this year memorable.