Originally going by the name of Coign of Vantage, the developers bobblebrook have massaged their game for Android devices, given it a nice new name, called Pixel Twist, and have had Noodlecake Games publish it onto the Google Play store. This rather interesting rotating puzzle game has players rotating a cloud of pixels until it forms the same image that is your goal image.
Day: 8 November 2012
Honey Tribe Games have released their next game onto Google Play called McBank: The Puzzle of Money and Freedom which is a uniquely designed game in terms of both its art style and how the game actually plays out. While being a puzzle game at its roots, when playing McBank it actually almost feels like a point-and-click adventure game instead.
Just to round off this morning’s release of Rovio’s newest game, Angry Birds Star Wars, is news that the game has also arrived right on time for those of you who use Amazon’s AppStore, especially for those of you who play games on your Kindle Fire. There are three versions of the game to choose from on Amazon’s AppStore, the free ad-supported version, an ad-free version for $0.99, and the Kindle Fire version which is basically the HD version for $2.99.
Back in September of this year we mentioned that online game publisher Kabam would be bringing a third title to Android that would possibly be based off of the Hobbit series called Hobbit: King of Middle-Earth. Well it looks as though that was completely true as Kabam’s third multiplayer RTS game has arrived onto the Google Play store.
A new 3D third-person shooterhas arrived onto Android from Freyr Games called Star Warfare: Alien Invasion and features both solo content and co-op gameplay in a futuristic world. Of course you can always battle it out with other teams if you are not into the whole let’s-be-friends type of multiplayer gameplay.
A few days ago we talked about a new 3D MMORPG that would be arriving to numerous platforms called Knightly Adventures from Pangalore. This particular game combines city building gameplay with a full on MMORPG experience for a rather unique combination of gameplay under one title. We also reported that it would be coming today to Google Play along with all the other platforms it has been slated for release on including iOS and Facebook for PC gamers.
Its time for another Humble Bundle for Android, this one being the fourth one so far which we reported on coming this week a few days ago. When we originally posted about this new Humble Bundle, it was slated for release on November 6th, 2012 but since it was revealed it would be coming on that day along with the Walking Mars game, perhaps the crew over there decided to postpone it for a couple of days to throw everyone off. Either way, the Humble Bundle 4 is now here.
Frontier Developments have started up a Kickstarter campaign to help getting a sequel to their rather popular classic space trading sim game called Elite which was originally released back in 1984. At the time Elite featured a revolutionary blend of 3D wire frame graphics and vast procedurally generated galaxies that had not really been accomplished before. Now they are looking to bring a sequel, called Elite: Dangerous, to PCs and David Braben of Frontier Developments has come out to say that they may bring the sequel to mobile devices should they hit/surpass their goal for their Kickstarter campaign.
We’ve talked about a classic Dreamcast game called Expendable that would be making its way to Android this week, actually today to be precise, in a new revamped and re-imaged version called Expandable Rearmed. Originally released by Rage Software back in 1999, Expendable was created with some of the cutting edge technology for that time and was a pretty popular game when it hit the Dreamcast system, eventually getting onto both the original Playstation and PCs shortly after launch.
Rovio’s latest cross-over game with their Angry Birds franchise, called Angry Birds Star Wars, has arrived right on time for Android gamers to download and lose an entire day today at least of productivity at work or school. Featuring some new gameplay mechanics in the form of new Angry Birds powers and all the physics from past Angry Birds games, Rovio seems to have brought it all together under one title to breath new life into the franchise.