There are so many games coming out these days that it is almost impossible to post about them each and every day here at DroidGamers. It is unfortunate that a lot of great indie games may go unnoticed. While we get our Under the Radar series back up and running, we are going to start up a mid-week round-up of some of the indie game releases that you might want to check out.
Day: April 17, 2013
Back in the beginning of February of this year we talked about a new naval warfare game that would be heading our way soon called Leviathan: Warships from Paradox Interactive. While we actually had quite a bit of the games features and details already, all we were lacking was a trailer to show off the gameplay. Paradox Interactive has rectified this issue and release what is probably one of the best game trailers ever.
While the Japanese Google Play store has been blessed with a couple of Monster Hunter titles already, while the rest of us wait patiently, there isn’t too many options out there to get your fix of that style of gaming. Going out, hunting down big monsters using big weapons and skills, there is some enjoyment to be had in that. Nubee has brought their idea of Monster Hunter to Android with a game called Monster Blade.
One game we originally talked about back in our third installment of our Under the Radar series (which we will be picking back up shortly) is I Am Vegend: Zombieggedon. This game originally came out back in January 2013 but was unfortunatly pulled from Google Play a few weeks later for whatever particular reason that may be. Well for those of you who didn’t get a chance to snatch this game up back then, I Am Vegend is now back on Google Play for download.
Corba Mobile has brought their popular iOS game over to Android called iBomber, not to be confused with the Chillingo game with pretty much the same name. This game takes place in 1943 around the Pacific Ocean and, as the name suggests, you’ll be bombing enemy targets from your WWII planes.
Amazon has announced that they are planning to expand the AppStore’s reach to over 200 countries in the coming months, giving developers who happen to have games and applications for sale on Amazon’s AppStore a much bigger user base to sell to then what is currently available right now.
Kemco has released another retro-style RPG onto Google Play today called Machine Knight and this particular RPG also happens to be their first full free-to-play title. For those of you not familiar with Kemco RPGs, they are pretty much smack right out of the retro era for games and old school RPG titles you used to play on consoles like the NES. Usually their games cost around $3.99 and up but Machine Knight is their first attempt at a free-to-play game.
Chillingo has been developing apps for iOS from some time and have relatively recently added Android apps into the mix, which is a great thing. Today the squirrel is covering a couple of the more interesting games in the mix.