A few days ago we posted a new trailer that was released by Glu for their upcoming game Death Dome. This is a hack n’ slash which plays a lot like Infinity Blade in terms of mechanics and gameplay while features a sort of zombie/mutant theme similar to something like Mad Max. Death Dome centers around a world where a virus, called the M Virus, has infected mankind and while most people die from it, others end up mutating, becoming rather vicious monsters.
Day: 11 October 2012
Glu Mobile’s hack n’ Slash game called Eternity Warriors 2 has had an update pushed out that brings with it some new content including a new dungeon to explore. Aside from the new dungeon, players will now be able to go up to level 60 thanks to the level cap being raised as well. That certainly isn’t all the update came with though.
Game Insight is back with another release for Android and this time it is a hybrid city building sim called The Tribez that has elements of action and adventure gaming layered on top of it. Your goal is to build your stone-age village up while exploring the area around you and discover whatever secrets may lie beyond your new village’s walls.
The multiplayer version of Shadowgun from Madfinger Games has arrived in Public Beta form on Google Play moments ago. Having been in closed beta for a short time,the public beta is now available for anyone who owns a Tegra 3 Android device for right now. This public beta will last a week before opening up for more people to join.
2K Games are renowned for their sports simulation games, including the NBA 2K series on PCs and consoles. Last week, many Android gamers (including me) were caught off-guard when 2K Games decided to unleash a mobile version of their latest title, NBA 2K13, on Android. Coming from such illustrious developers, is the mobile version of the latest addition to their basketball franchise worth buying?
There are plenty of applications out there that deal with game discovering such as Hooked but there is a new one out now that basically turns game discovery into a game itself called Giftiz. Developed by Purple Brain, Giftiz is an interesting little game discovery platform where as you find and play games, completing missions, and you will earn experience points. Using these points, you will be able to level your account up.
Before we dive into this new release for Android, we will just say this in advance that this will be one of those double edged stories. It’s an awesome game with plenty of potential but there is a bit of a set back with it. So what is this new game? It is a new action RPG from Netmarble, a game publisher in Korea, called Justice League: Earth’s Final Defense.
Back in September the iControlPad 2 hit up Kickstarter to try and get funding to finish off this new mobile gaming controller which has a much better design than the original iControlPad had. Well with a little under 2 days to go the iControlPad 2 has reached its funding goal and will soon be available for purchase once the prototype gets sent out for mass production.
A couple of week ago we talked about a new Phoenix Wright inspired game that would be heading our way soon called Devil’s Attorney. Developed by Senri, this game takes the whole ‘lets battle it out in court’ saying to a whole new level. You won’t be screaming OBJECTION while pointing your finger at everyone but you will be kicking some ass while in session.
Perhaps it is the belief that some developed have that rooted users are the cause of piracy one Android or maybe it is something else, but when you segregate a rather large demographic of the Android population, you’re going to get lash back. It’s happened in the past and now it is Square Enix’s turn as they recently changed their market description to include one new tiny sentence. That sentence informs everyone that rooted users will be unable to play Chaos Rings, their newest game released yesterday.