Ah yes, one of those generic ‘mobile’ type of announcements but considering who it is from, there is a good chance that Android will be one of the platforms to get the new mobile version of the Total War series from The Creative Assembly and Sega.
Day: 2 March 2012
Pocket Gems, developers of other casual games on Android like Tappily Ever After, have released a new title today called Tap Safari. As the name suggests, you will be in charge of growing your small little attraction into a premier Safari destination.
You may be thinking to yourself “What be this link up there that says store? That be new!”. Well you are right, it is new, as of about 20 minutes ago, although we have been working on it steadily for a short while now. So what the hell is it? It’s our Android games store / catalog!
Originally released as a Flash browser-based game back in 2010, Ka-Bloom has gone on to become pretty popular. Now the BBC is looking to publish this game, developed by Strongman Games, onto Android in the near future.
A few days ago we wrote about N3V Games’ newest offering that would be heading our way called Heist: The Score. Well for those of you who were waiting to get in on this 1920s FPS game, you are in luck as it is now available on the Android Market.
More Mobile World Congress 2012 Android gaming news coming your way today and this time it is about HandyGames’ running Townsmen series. This series is a city building and time management mash-up that has done fairly well in the past but HandyGames plans on making it do better by re-vamping the entire thing.
Back in the beginning of February we spotted the newest release from Kairosoft on the Android Market called RPG Story. At the time it was only release din Japanese but we made a prediction that this would be the next title to be released in English on Android, and we were right.
Welcome to our new series which we will be doing every day for the next few days before slowing down into a weekly series, or whenever something new comes out to do with Minecraft: Pocket Edition. This series will go over all kinds of things that you can do with Minecraft: Pocket Edition such as importing custom texture packs, how to get unavailable blocks and today’s subject, importing custom maps.