So while a couple of us were commenting in our previous article we just posted about Tin Man Games and Steve Jackson teaming up for their newest adventure gamebook called House of Hell about how we hope some of the older, more cherished, Fighting Fantasy books would make it to Android, Tin Man Games decided to swing by and let us know that they indeed would be coming and exactly what titles those would be.
Day: 23 January 2013
A new Action-RPG was recently released onto Google Play by developers gogogame called Mars of Legends. This particular hack n’ slash RPG features some pretty solid visuals combines with some pretty hectic gameplay. As you might expect from an Action-RPG, there is also a whole leveling system available with a current level cap of 60.
Steve Jackson of Fighting Fantasy books fame and Tin Man Games have teamed up to bring another Fighting Fantasy adventure book to the world of mobile called House of Hell. The last time a team of like this happened it was with Ian Livingstone of Fighting Fantasy book fame which brought Blood of the Zombies to Google Play.
Playing Pitfall, the 30th anniversary remake of the early Atari favorite (I can still hear that music that plays when you successfully jump over a pit of crocodiles) made me actually smile. So many of the games I have recently reviewed for this site have forgotten to be simple and fun.
This type of news seems to be following a pattern this week unfortunately in regards to Capcom and recent game releases. Yesterday they launched Resident Evil 4 onto the Google Play store but it appears it is only for residents of Japan. This is the same game we talked about last year that was exclusive to LG devices in South Korea.
Well the Squirrel this week is working on his matching prowess. Both of the games featured today deal with your ability to plan and strategize in groups of three or more. Too bad it is no nuts are involved.