Developed by Spectrum Entertainment, their CarDust has received an update which is actually pretty big. This update brings with it a completely rebuilt physics engine along with more content including two new game difficulties to choose from in case the Hard difficulty was a bit much for you to handle.
Day: 3 July 2012
Oscura is a minimalist platform-slash-adventure game, where you play as Oscura, a creature who’s entrusted with the responsibility of preserving light on an island. However, the lighthouse’s power crystal explodes, and you now have to collect light shards to restore light to the island.
One of the more anticipated games as of late happens to be Madfinger Games’ newest offering to Android gamers which comes in the form of some zombie killing goodness called Dead Trigger. This particular game is an FPS title where you will be trying to survive long enough to figure out a way to end the current zombie problem the world seems to be having.
Another company has put a sale up for the July 4th celebration and that is Sega with their Super Monkey Ball 2: Sakura Edition game for Android. Unfortunately that is the only game that Sega has put on sale but if you don’t have this game yet, there you go.
A rather popular turn-based strategy game on iOS by Robot Entertainment called Hero Academy just had an announcement that it was going to be arriving on Steam. With it’s arrival on Steam, cross-platform gameplay will be arriving to both iOS and Steam. Seeing this update, we did some digging around to find out if Hero Academy would be coming to Android.
Tomorrow is July 4th, 2012 and as always happens on the Google Play store developers are beginning to put their games on sale to celebrate tomorrow’s holiday. To start things off, Herocraft has dropped us a nice little note informing us that four of their games will go on sale starting tomorrow.
Back during E3 2012 a couple of weeks ago EA announced the next addition to the Need for Speed series of racing games that would be heading to mobile soon. Called Need for Speed: Most Wanted, this new game is slated for release on Android and iOS this Fall.
A lot of people like to use Chainfire3D to get games that normally wouldn’t run on their Android device for whatever reason, usually due to particular devices or chipsets not being supported by the game. Well the developer of Chainfire3D and the SuperSU apps has issued a warning about repacked copies of both applications that are now floating around.
It seems as though, as of late, that Kairosoft had been forming a habit of giving everyone a few days warning before a new game is released. Apparently they felt like breaking this habit as they just released a new game onto Android called The Sushi Spinnery.
A little piece of good news for you Kindle Fire owners out there in Android land. EA has announced that they have released eight of their games for the Kindle Fire. This multiple title release actually happened on June 13th, 2012 but EA was kind enough to send a rather late press release about the whole thing yesterday. Better late than never right?