Only a few days ago was when we reported that Melesta Games would be bringing the sequel to Toy Defense to Android soon. Well apparently they didn’t want to waste any time and Toy Defense 2 is now available on Google Play to download. This sequel sticks to the World War II theme the original had but has a whole bunch of new levels.
Day: May 9, 2013
About a week ago we reported that Carmaggedon would be arriving on May 10th, 2013 onto Google Play. Well it seems Stainless Games wanted to get a jump start and have released the game a day early. True to their word as well, there is a full version of the game available on Google Play for free for the next 24 hours.
Kiz Studios are the developers of the rather enjoyable Critter Escape game that was released onto Android not too long ago. The company is back with a new game called Chuck the Muck and features physics-based puzzles that you’ll need to solve by throwing muck around each stage.
Today Ouya has received some additional funding to the tune of $15 million which should help the company get units built and shipped out much quicker in order to meet the demand for the Android-powered game console. However there is a bit of bad news that comes along with this additional funding.
Back in April of this year we talked about a rather cool looking game that Gamevil was planning to bring to Android soon called Dark Avenger. While the game has already been released onto iOS recently, Android gamers can now grab a copy of the game themselves as it is now available on Google Play.
The world of Android-powered game console has just gotten a little bigger today as BlueStacks has announced that they are getting into the console world with GamePop. What is interesting about GamePop isn’t so much that it is an Android-powered game console, there seems to be a new one every couple of months, but its business model as it will be a monthly subscription service.
TestFlight is an interesting service that has been in closed beta for a little while now. What this service does is provide Android developers an area that makes it much more easy to run any sort of public beta for their application or game that they may be working on. Instead of having to put the beta version of your game on Google Play, or provide a self-hosted or cloud-based download and having people manually install your beta, TestFlight allows people to download and install a beta version of your game off the internet and onto their device.
Gameloft and Fox Entertainment seem to have a pretty nice relationship going in regards to bringing movie spin-off games to mobile and the two companies are once again teaming up for another game that will be heading to Android and iOS soon called Epic. This particular game will be based off of the upcoming animated movie of the same name.
We’ve been talking about Jagex and their MMORPG RuneScape coming to tablets for awhile now. We first heard about the possibility that this could happen back in the Fall of last year. Now Jagex has come out to say that the company is working really hard on trying to have RuneScape available on tablets by the end of this year.