Mediocre Games have been teasing on and off regarding a sequel to their rather popular water-based physics game Sprinkle. Up until now the sequel has simply been known as Sprinkle 2 and from early game screenshots we got to learn about a few new game mechanics that would be introduced into this game such as having to get from island to island to save your friends.
Day: May 22, 2013
Heavy Sword is a new retro-inspired platformer from Monster Robot Studios. The game combines great modernized SNES-era graphics with traditional platforming elements to create a solid game that is worth playing. The game borrows heavily from the classics in the genre, but does this end up helping or hindering it from being a must play experience?
There is some good news and some bad news today for fans of Lego games as Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles has finally made its way to Google Play. This is great news actually if you own an Xperia device because you are the only ones who get to play the game right now as it is under a temporary exclusive.
In a strange partnership between Kabam and Gameloft that we reported on recently, their Fast & Furious 6 movie spin-off game has now arrived onto Google Play for fans of the franchise to enjoy. While this is a racing game, there also happens to be a few different game modes to work your way through.
American McGee’s, who developed the Alice: Maddness Returns game and owns Spicy Horse Games studio, has released a few more details about their upcoming new Oz game that we talked about only a few days ago. At the time the company didn’t even know what genre the game would be in or what it would all entail. Now we know that there will a Steampunk theme meshed into it as well as zombies.
We’ve written about this game coming to Android a couple of times in the past, mostly regarding it arriving for Nvidia’s Android-powered handheld gaming system called Shield. Well Bohemia Interactive has gone ahead and brought Arma Tactics to Android but it is, of course, for Tegra 3 and Tegra 4 devices only right now.
Back in April Amazon announced that it had some pretty big plans for expanding their AppStore to more countries, 200 or so of them actually. Well it looks like those plans have finally come to life with the AppStore’s new update to version 5.0. This expansion doesn’t just means you can look at the AppStore in awe and wonder but actually take advantage of all the features it comes with.