Welcome to the ninth instalment of our Under The Radar column where we showcase a handful of good games that we may not have been able to publish as full articles on the site. Ultimately, with this, smaller developers get vital exposure for their games and you get to have more games to play on your plate. If you know of more quality games released recently that have not got the attention they deserve, let us know by leaving a comment! Also, since we’ve got our forums up and running, the direct links to the respective game threads are provided for you to discuss or share your impressions.
Day: February 27, 2013
For anyone not able to attend Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona that happens to be going on right now, Nvidia has decided to make a little video tour of their booth during the show, letting everyone take a look at what they have on display for the mobile side of things for this show. As you may be guessing, there is actually a lot to look at.
Well to keep things rolling with updates and new features for everyone to use, we’ve updated our app on the Google Play store with a rather big update. A whole new and much better looking UI overall, much more expandable, built-in HTML 5 support and more are all apart of this update.
Google has launched a browser-based game where players can use their smartphone or tablet as a means to control their character. The game, called Super Sync Sports, does require that the game is played via the Chrome browser on both your PC and smartphone but using your smartphone or tablet players can control their little guy.
Developers and people who want to be developers now have a chance at scoring a cool $25,000 simply by creating a game that deals with the end of the world. It could be anything you want such as rampaging unicorns, angry squirrels or exploding donuts, it really doesn’t matter. Right now all you need to do is create enough gameplay to film a one minute video which showcases your destructive creation.
It has been a long road for everyone waiting for the newest additional to the Real Racing franchise to arrive, from teasing developer diary videos to early hands-on previews showcasing the games great graphics and also the game’s frustrating timer-based free-to-play system. Well after all of that, Real Racing 3 is finally available for everyone to download off of Google Play.
SteelSeries and EA have teamed up for the creation of an official Real Racing 3 mobile gaming headset for those of you who are fans of the franchise and the newest addition to it. This new headset is based off of the SteelSeries Flux headset but themed around Real Racing 3.
Immanitas Entertainment has released two new games onto Google Play called Dracula’s Castle and Super Bunny Show. Immanitas Entertainment may seem like a familiar name and that would be due to the fact they will be publishing the upcoming Ong Bak Tri game we’ve talked about in the recent past. However, in the meantime, they are releasing some other games for gamers to check out.
Zen Studios and their upcoming Star Wars pinball platform is something we’ve been talking on and off about for the past few weeks. Well the new platform has finally been released onto Google Play after a fair amount of teasing by Zen Studios. For those of you who have missed all the new surrounding this release, this is Zen Studios newest series of pinball tables that happen to be based around the Star Wars universe.
The Road Hog update for Bad Piggies is now available for download. The update contains pretty much everything we have mentioned already except for one small detail we didn’t know about and that is the Angry Birds are making an appearance in this update. There are 30 new levels added to the Flight in the Night episode where you will have to sneak passed sleeping Angry Birds. Waking them equal bad things happening to you.