Interesting news today as TwitchTV and Kabam have formed a partnership to bring Kabam game discovery and gameplay to the live game streaming service. This partnership integrates both of those factors not only into the web version of TwitchTV but also into the Android application as well.
Day: May 13, 2013
There is an upcoming platformer under development right now called Glob The Game by an indie developer that looks rather promising. While there isn’t a whole lot of details right now about this game, what we do have is a look at the gameplay itself thanks to a video from the developer.
Elevator Hero by Supertapp Interactive is an arcade game that looks like it takes influence from Taito’s old school arcade game called Elevator Action. Currently being developed by a one-man team, Evelvator Hero plays a lot like the old Elevator Action game as you play as a criminal type of character who is has to use elevators to avoid the police who are doing their rounds in each building.
Incandescent Workshop has brought their PC-based space sim over to Android as of a couple of days ago. Artemis Space Bridge Simulator is a full space sim game where players take on the role of a bridge officer that is aboard a space ship. Now you can live out your fantasy of being someone important in a space themed show or game.
Touch Pilot already has one of these apps available on Google Play which allows you to turn your Android tablet into a gaming control to use with your PC when playing flight games. The company is now planning to release Tilt Racer tomorrow which does pretty much the same thing with your Android device but for PC racing games this time.
A source port of the Return to Castle Wolfenstein engine called RTCW4A has landed on Google Play and somehow slid under the radar for over a month without being seen. Originally released back in April of this year, RTCW4A brings the Return to Castle Wolfenstein engine to Android so you can play the game on your Android device.
Not too long ago we talked about Amazon who happened to be planning to launch their own virtual currency system called Amazon Coins. Well today the company has officially launched this service for Kindle Fire owners who will also receive a $5 credit of Amazon Coins to spend on whatever they want.
Over the weekend the new Google Play APK was ripped apart by the folks over at Android Police and inside the APK’s gooey innards were source files for the alleged Google Play Games service we have been talking about on and off for over two years. It looks like Google I/O 2013 will more than likely have an announcement announcing the official Google game center type of service we’ve all been wishing for.