SilverTree Media is working on a sequel to Cordy and it is shaping up to be much faster in pace and Cordy will be getting new abilities. Cordy 2, currently being talked about at MWC 2012, is taking a few influences from the blue hedgehog.
Day: February 29, 2012
We have followed Insurgent Games for some time now, since the time they were founded which was near when we started ourselves. Now the two developers who formed Insurgent Games are moving on, closing down shop to peruse other projects. However, they have left gifts for the community.
Our friends over at Tdoodles wants us to give you free stuff. So we are happy to oblige with a giveaway. These pillowcases are actually pretty cool. We have two of them permanently residing on my couch and have been there for quite some time.
Heyzap, one of the apps out there working on helping gamers discover new Android games to play, has added a new feature to their app. This new ‘Add Players’ feature will bring a bit more of a social tie-in to the app itself plus it will help players find other people to play games with.
A new tower defense game recently got released onto the Android Market called Aliens Defense by Gaddy Games. This tower defense title has pretty much all the standard features you would find in a tower defense game with a few exceptions thrown in.
A rather unique physics-based puzzle game has arrived on the Android Market from developers Monkey I-Brow Studios called Elastic World. In this game you have to contract and expand weird elastic shapes in order to make a ball hit the floating star.
More news for developers today as PapayaMobile has launched a new toolkit that will allow anyone who makes HTML5/Flash games to port them over into a fully featured Android game. This is all done without having to deal with any new coding languages.
In this week’s round-up of Android games looking for crowdfunding, we take a look at our usual stomping grounds to find new titles for crowdfunding. Although it seems like this past week has been a bit slow with new additions, there are a couple that you may want to check out.
We can’t say we are surprised someone has developed this little gadget. In fact we are surprised it hasn’t been done sooner than now. Simon Ford, who happens to be the Director of Tools from ARM, has created a USD slingshot to use when playing Angry Birds to get that a little closer to feeling yourself truly flinging a bird and stone block and wood planks.
For those of you who haven’t heard of Skiller and their free open-source SDK for game developers to use, it is a lot like OpenFeint and other, more social, SDKs available for developers to use. This particular SDK, however, focuses more on building actual multiplayer games.