Developers OrangePixel, who have made some of the best retro style games on Android, are currently developing a new game called Neoteria. This is a side-scrolling shooter where you control a spaceship, blasting enemies as you go along through each stage.
Day: January 4, 2012
Once in awhile we stumble onto something on the Android Market which makes no sense to us. Lord of Darkness by BiCORE is one of those things that just doesn’t make sense. This is a hack n’ slash side-scrolling 3D action game with RPG elements but it is only for people in Korea.
Who doesn’t like free games these days, especially when they are a premium title like EA’s Dead Space? Well if you are a Samsung device owner and have access to the Samsung App store, you can grab a copy of EA’s Dead Space for free right now.
A little over a week ago a new game landed on the Android Market by Catfishblues Games, developed of the rather popular Hyperlight game. This particular game is called Tiny Comet and has you playing as a little lost comet who got separated from his family when he got too close to the Earth’s gravitational pull.
A few months ago we talked about five games that Big Blue Bubble, developers of Burn the Rope, were planning on releasing onto Android. So far four of the five have been released and today marks the fifth one to grace the market called Hamster Cannon.
Triolith Entertainment developed one of our past Hidden Gem games called Wisp and now they look to be gearing up to release a new game called Megatroid. Before they do that though that want to host a web-based open beta where anyone can participate to help test out the core game mechanics.
We already know about a company called Envizions who happen to be developing the EVO 2 gaming console which will sport a dual-core processor and the Android operating system. Since we’ve reported on it the console has undergone some delays due to adding new features like motion gestures and things of that nature.
Mortal Skies was one of the better, if not one of the top, 1942 style top-down shooter games available for Android. The graphics were crisp and the gameplay was tight and frantic as it should be. Now developer Erwin Jansen has released a sequel to that game called Mortal Skies 2.
It looks like we get to start covering CES 2012 stories before CES even begins. Sega has announced that they will be debuting / showing off their upcoming Android title called Virtua Tennis Challenge. While this will be for all Android devices eventually, it looks like the launch will be an Xperia Play exclusive from the sounds of things.