If you’ve ever wondered where the flood of video game Kickstarter campaigns began, it would be a good idea to start with Double Fine Adventure. Even though Double Fine Adventure was not the first video game to seek funding through Kickstarter, it was the first game that showed it is possible to raise over $3 million by appealing directly to fans. The Kickstarter campaign is long over, but there’s still an opportunity to make a donation and get the game for Android.
Day: 11 May 2012
Indie game development studio Dark Tonic have opened up a Kickstarter project to help fund bringing their Occupy Wall Street inspired game to Android called Wall Street Titan. This game will allow players to take their frustrations about the economy out on 8-bit Wall Street types.
Herocraft has been rather silent as of late when it comes to game releases onto Android. However, that has changed as they have just released a new game onto Google Play which breaks away from their usual types of games they have released in the past.
Like a middle child, mobile games are constantly vying for our attention. Every week there is a new shipment of mobile games propping themselves on our desks and demands to be played. While we do have dedicated reviewers, sometimes the games can be just as engaging as reviewing your W-2 forms. With the tsunami of new games every week we find our selves repeatedly drowning at the staggering amount of games.
So you may be wondering why we are reviewing a PC HD video recording card. The reason for this is that the Hauppauge Colossus HD card is able to record HD videos of gameplay from your Android device. This is something we found out while trying to find a good solution to record gameplay videos of Android games.
Android gamers who own a Samsung Galaxy SII phone and are using an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM have some good news today thanks to our resident behind-the-scenes tech nut RedDragon. It looks as though all ICS ROMs from Samsung for the Galaxy SII can now use the WiiMote when playing games on your device.
We have covered the 3D MMORPG being developed by Veraxon called World of Midgard fairly extensively since the first closed beta even started. Now that the public beta has been out for a few days, it seems as though things are picking up a little for Veraxon as they have just signed a publishing deal with Aeria Games to publish World of Midgard.
By now you are probably aware that Rovio has a new franchise up their sleeve based on the Casey’s Contraptions iOS game which they just confirmed yesterday that they bought the IP. Well we now have a few more details about what this new game will be and for starters it will be called Amazing Alex.