An endless jumping game called Flying Boy that was release last month has received a new update that brings with it a new Daily Mission feature. Developed by a two-person team going by the name of Cucumber, Flying Boy is a Mega Jump style of game where you control a small boy who wants to keep jumping to see how high he can get.
Day: February 12, 2013
We’ve talked a couple of times about this game already in the recent past, between plans for Whispering Willows to come to Android and it being nominated for three category awards in Killscreen’s OUYA CREATE challenge, and now we get to mention the game once more but this time it’s about the fact that it has hit up Kickstarter for funding.
So we have seen a couple of trailers, a few developer diary videos and a variety of screenshots regarding EA’s upcoming Real Racing 3 game. We’ve also been hit with the news that Real Racing 3 will be a free-to-play game where players will be able to buy the game’s secondary currency, Gold Coins, in order to speed up vehicle repair and upgrade times.
Alien vs Predator: Evolution is an upcoming game from Angry Mob Games who has partnered with Fox Entertainment in order to bring us spine ripping, blood splattering, hacking and slashing fun inside the Alien and Predator universe. With that said, the title of this article is probably the strangest title I’ve had to write in a long time.
Final Fantasy has long been a definitive name in the world of RPG’s, ever since the original on the NES. Since, there have been thirteen numbered games, countless spin-offs and sequels, a couple of movies, plenty of remakes, and a legacy that has made the name Final Fantasy a familiar one no matter who you’re talking to.
Another week and another blog post from the folks over at nVidia regarding their upcoming Android-powered handheld gaming system Project Shield. Previously we’ve seen Real Boxing running on Project Shield, which was last week, and the week before was Borderlands 2. This week the new game being shown off is Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
PerBlue’s first location-based MMORPG, Parallel Kingdom, has received a new update that brings Age 5 into the game. For those of you unfamiliar with the Age numbering system, it basically means the game has entered into a new age of technology. In this case Age 5 is the Age of Ascension which means this is a big content update.
The 10-day developer challenge from Kill Screen called OUYA CREATE has come to a close with 22 games in total being selected as finalists in a variety of categories, all of which have rather interesting names. Some of these games are pretty solid and we’ve even talked about a couple of them recently including Whispering Willows, a horror-themed adventure puzzle game that will also be coming to Android.
Yesterday we reported on the news that not only would Real Racing 3 be arriving on February 28th, 2013 but that EA would be doing a simultaneous release of the game on Android and iOS, shocking some of us weaker folk here on the Android side of thing. Then came the news that Real Racing 3 would be a free-to-play game, much to the chagrin of a lot of people.
Well the squirrel today looks at two totally different games but both packed with a lot to do and accomplish. These games will keep you busy for hours. So read on and if you don’t have either of these games you might want to pick either one or both up.