Awhile ago we wrote about ways to play Wii and Gamecube games on your Android device using Splashtop Remote Desktop and the Dolphin Emulator for your PC. Well now you can cut out pretty much all the steps to pull that off as the team behind the Dolphin Emulator have released a pre-alpha version onto Google Play.
Day: April 9, 2013
All of you dedicated players of Spacetime Studios futuristic themed mobile MMORPG called Star Legends appear to have some good news coming your way today as the company has begun teasing a new content update that will be arriving soon. While detail are a bit scarce right now as to what will all come with this new update, we do know a few things.
The rather cool and popular location-based game Ingress has received a new update. For those of you out there who happen to be playing in the closed beta, a closed beta that has tons of players I might add, this update brings one feature in particular into the light finally, and by light we mean actually able to use them. Those are the Power Cubes.
We get to talk about a lot of hybrid games, as we like to call them anyways, where developers take two or more of the traditional game genres and mesh them together to create something unique and different. Usually this turns out pretty decently and there is never an end to the surprise of genres developers are willing to blend together. Stereo Ride by ArtofBytes and Moarbile Games is one of those surprises that has somehow flown under the radar as it has been out for a little while now.
Google has officially announced and begun rolling out the new design for the Google Play store application staring right now. Android phones and tablets running Android 2.2 or higher will at some point over the next week or so be receiving the new layout which, we must admit, looks pretty damn nice. Then again each new design iteration of the Google Play application has been a step in the right direction for the most part.
Disney has put a rather large amount of their paid games on sale for free. In fact it can’t even really be called a sale since it is more like a giveaway. Right now the AppSales application is reporting that five Disney games, which is pretty much the majority of their gaming titles, have gone down in price from $0.99 to free.
Not too long ago we mentioned that Team 17 would be bringing their newest addition to their Worms franchise to Android soon. A few days ago Worms 2: Armageddon appeared on the Google Play store but only for residents of Canada only as a soft of quick soft launch to make sure all was well with their new game. As it turns out it seems that everything is good and now Worms 2: Armageddon is available for everyone to download.
While some of you on the east coast of North America are beginning to wake up, and while people elsewhere in the world are getting off work or maybe getting ready to go to sleep, Warballoon Games has release a nice lengthy video of the first 20 minutes of gameplay for Star Command for everyone to enjoy with their morning coffee or after work beer.
Warballoon Games’ upcoming Action-sim game Star Command which had a fairly successful Kickstarter campaign and has been in development for what seems like quite some time may actually be nearing release according to a few tweets over on the company’s Twitter account recently. While the release date of the game has been pushed back a few times, it finally looks like that may be coming to an end and that the game may finally be coming out.