It is the end of another week and it seems as though there are actually some pretty good deals going on right now that you may want to take advantage of in regards to Android game being on sale. Of course all of these sales are for a limited time so better to pick them up now rather than wait till later and miss out right?
Day: April 5, 2013
Not too long ago GREE purchased a game development company by the name of Funzio who happen to be the developer of such games as Crime City and Modern War. Crime City was actually one of the top profitable games on Google Play for a few months which is partially why GREE bought the development studio. Now, after a long period of no game releases, it looks like their four title is getting close to release.
Namco Bandai has released two games, the first being Tekken Card Tournament which we reported on earlier this morning, and Corn Quest which is a tower defense style of game. The fields of your farm are being attached by bugs, mutant bugs to be exact, and it’s your job to stop them from eating everything.
Back in November of last year we talked about a company called Pixelbite Game who were in the middle of developing a WipeOut style racing game called Repulze that they had slated for release onto Android sometime in early 2013. Well it looks like the company has finally finished the game as Repulze is now available on the Google Play store and it looks pretty damn good.
During GDC 2013 which ended last week Gameloft was out and about showing off a few games including their newest addition to the Dungeon Hunter franchise, Dungeon Hunter 4. While a storyline seems to have made its way back into the game, as well as actual dungeons to crawl through for loot, it appears we may not have to wait too much longer to actually play the game.
The Gauntlet inspired game that OrangePixel has been working on lately and that we have talked about a few times in the recent past now has a bit more of a solid release time frame. For those of you looking to get your hands on Heroes of Loot, you won’t have to wait much longer.
/we have been talking about Tekken Card Tournament on and off for the past couple of month with the game being in beta for the duration of that time. Well Namco Bandai has finally dropped the beta tags and officially released the game onto mobile devices. For those of you unfamiliar with this game, this is a cross-platform card combat game between Android, iOS and PC platforms based around the Tekken universe.
Epic Devs just released Epic Pirate Story today and if you are one of the few people who actually read the entire Google Play listing for any particular game or app you’re about to download, then you might have spotted a little bit of info regarding some future games Epic Devs are working on.
All sarcasm aside, Epic Devs have finally finished their rather highly anticipated action sim game Epic Pirate Story and the game has now finally arrived onto the Google Play store. The has seemed to take forever to get finished but now that it has, Kairosoft fans can go nuts with the fact that there are no two companies making these type of retro sim games for Android.