We reported not too long ago that Zynga was looking to enter the MOBA gaming space with a new game called Solstice Arena. This new game is heading both to Android and iOS and as of today the company has done a limited release onto iOS for folks in Canada and New Zealand. While we only care about the Android version of the game, this does indicate that Solstice Arena is getting close to a full release on both platform.
Day: May 28, 2013
Ironhide Games Studio currently has a hugely popular tower defense game available on iOS and Android called Kingdom Rush. The company today released a trailer for the sequel to Kingdom Rush which will be called Kingdom Rush: Frontiers. This sequel expands on the original game offering up more towers, more enemies, heroes and levels.
EA has begun teasing the next Real Racing 3 update which is shaping up to be a pretty decent sized update in terms on content. As it stands right now, the update will bring a whole new city into the picture along with new cars and even some new events to participate in.
A new Kickstarter project is aiming to make games basically never-ending by offering up a simple way for players to build and share user created content. While level editors are nothing news when it comes to gaming, there isn’t a whole lot of mobile games that come with that feature and when they do it can sometimes be not the easiest thing to do.
Crescent Moon Games has pushed out an update for their massive 3D RPG called Ravensword; Shadowlands that brings with it full controller support which, if you prefer playing games with a controller, is very good news for you today. When we say full controller support, we mean full controller support for multiple controllers.
The next game to come out of the Mojang camp is a hybrid deck building strategy game called Scrolls. While Scrolls is a TCG style of game it also mixes other mechanics into it such as tower defense gameplay, board game mechanics and, of course, all the features that come along with a collectible card combat game.