Day: October 10, 2012

Game News

Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution crashes onto the Amazon AppStore

“Want to balloon hop a motor home to clear the Grand Canyon? Use your sports car and escape Alcatraz by leaping as far as you can and landing on a barge? Speed through a roller-coaster on a New York skyscraper with a cow on your pickup? You can do all this and more in Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution.” With an introduction that tells a bit of everything you’ll find in it, BBC Worldwide Limited and Supersonic have released Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution on Amazon’s Appstore.

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Electronic Arts begins teasing Need for Speed: Most Wanted with a trailer

Electronic Arts, and their sub-studio called Firemonkeys, have taken a break with teasing everyone with the next installment of the Real Racing series to instead tease everyone about the upcoming new installment into the Need for Speed series that will be heading to Android and iOS soon. We’ve talked about this game in the recent past but now we get to take a look at some actual gameplay footage for Need for Speed: Most Wanted.

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Rigonauts finally arrives on Android but is temporarily exclusive to Verizon customers

The world of exclusive game releases specific to a carrier or chipset rolls on and today the fine folks over at Verizon have gotten in touch with us to let us know that Rigonauts is finally available on Android but is temporarily exclusive to Verizon customers who own an Android device packing a Qualcomm chipset. The exclusivity period is only two weeks though so it isn’t a huge deal aside from the minor annoyance of having to wait the two weeks before the rest of us can play the game.

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Gamevil’s newest multiplayer title called Duel of Fate has arrived

Gamevil has been steadily releasing games onto Google Play over the past few months and we already know that this will continue on till at least the end of this year. Today sees the next title in their line-up arriving on the Google Play store called Duel of Fate. This new game is a multiplayer card battler with a slightly more mature feel to it. Every monster isn’t some cute Pokemon type of creature.

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Goroid sprints onto Android with their gorgeous continuous runner called The End

There are plenty of continuous running games out for Android right now with even more heading our way. However there is one that we reported on back in June 2012 which was absolutely gorgeous looking in terms of visuals and the theme was pretty cool itself. That game, developed by Goroid, is called The End and after a couple of months waiting it is now available on the Google Play store.

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Helidroid 3D goes free, starts building up the hype for its sequel

Today is a day of joy for fans of RC Heli simulators who love feeling in control of those small yet incredibly addictive helicopters. G-XO GAME (a one man company with lots of potential) has released a completely free version of its acclaimed Helidroid 3D, that comes with a full package of 30 missions that not only increases in difficulty but also make the game funnier and more creative every time.

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Square Enix quietly unleashes Chaos Rings much to our surprise

One game a lot of people were hoping would come to Android from Square Enix was their RPG title called Chaos Rings. However Square Enix has really had no plans to bring the game to Android at all, or at least that is what we thought since they have never said anything publicly about releasing Chaos Rings for Android. However, here we are staring at it on our Android devices as Square Enix quietly unleashed this much wanted title today.

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Gaming Tools: Gameshelf, Present Your ROM’s in Style

Everyone loves old school gaming, and thanks in part to the magic of emulation, you can literally carry hundreds of retro games from consoles past right in your pocket. Unfortunately these emulators don’t have much flair in the design department and loading a ROM boils down to a folder browsing experience. Functional but not pretty to look at.Thankfully, developers Jack Patrick and Shouvik Dutta created Gameshelf, an app that catalogs your ROM collections into an aesthetically pleasing interface.