Delver’s Drop is a physics-based Action-RPG that is currently up on Kickstarter looking for funding. Developed by Pixelscopic, this interesting little game has just had OUYA and Android support announced for it for when the game is finished and launched out into the general public for consumption.
Day: February 25, 2013
You may remember the Minecraft style FPS game we were talking about early last year called Brick Force. Since the game’s release, it has undergone a lot of updates and has received added content to make it quite an enjoyable game to play on your PC. However, when we were talking about Brick Force, we were mentioning that it would be receiving a companion application for Android devices to use.
This week is shaping up to be quite a week when it comes to Android games. Adding to the growing list of titles that we be launching this week is Crescent Moon Games’ Zen Training which is already currently out for iOS devices. Crescent Moon Games has a tendency to release rather unique games and Zen Training is no exception to that rule.
Crescent Moon Games is known for publishing some pretty top notch games on iOS and, as of late, on Android as well. Currently under their belt on Android are games like Aralon: Sword and Shadow and Paper Monsters. Their newest release comes in the form of a rather unique racing game called Slingshot racing.
Nexon has announced that they have thrown some cash at Robotoki in the form of a ‘strategic investment’. For those of you who have been following us for awhile now, you might remember us talking about the former Creative Strategist of the Call of Duty Robert Bowling’s new game development studio and their upcoming game for Android and OUYA called Human Element.
For whatever particular reason Epic Games has decided to release a new video showing off Epic Citadel on Android but this time on Intel’s Z2580 dual-core Atom processor. Recently release onto Google Play, Epic Citadel is basically an interactive tech demo where users can move around and explore some of the areas in the universe where the Infinity Blade series takes place, this mostly being a castle and the town inside the walls of said castle.
Way back in the Summer of 2011 we talked about a rather different style of game that would be making its way to Android from Herocraft. Unfortunately the game in question ended up getting delayed for whatever reason. Well it seems that Protoxide: Death Race has finally been finished and it is now available on Google Play.
The most recent release onto iOS and Android from GungHo Entertainment is their Puzzle-RPG title called Puzzle & Dragons. While this game has gotten quite popular on both platforms, GungHo Entertainment has released some figured that are rather impressive. The company claims that right now Puzzle & Dragons earns around $2 million per day between both Android and iOS in Japan.
The developers behind Super Meat Boy have announced their newest project which happen to be a mobile game going by the name of Mew-Genics. This particular game will features cats… lots and lots of cats in a game that hey are labeling as a ‘cat lady sim’ type of game. Needless to say this is both awesome and horribly terrifying at the same time, especially if you have a fear of cats. That would make this game your personal hell.