Disney’s Where’s My franchise has a new installment heading its way any day now. Currently there is Where’s My Water? and Where’s My Perry? and shortly we will have Where’s My Mickey? being added to that list. As you are probably guessing, this particular addition to the franchise is based off of the Disney Television Animation’s Mickey Mouse Cartoon Shorts.
Day: June 18, 2013
Phosphor Games and Paramount Digital Entertainment have decided to temporarily drop the price of their newest zombie survival movie spin-off game World War Z. What was once $4.99 is now a mere $0.99 for a limited time. So why the sudden sale right after Father’s Day?
There is a 3D MMORPG under development that we actually first talked about back in November of last year called Lands of Ammox. The game has been under development since then but it looks like things are coming along steadily as we now have a trailer showing off some of the early beta gameplay.
When I first saw the trailer for Hero of Many about a month ago, a debut game from Czech-based Trickster Arts, I knew it was going to be a special game. The art style and soundtrack seemed to gel really well, and the gameplay seemed intriguing to say the least. Now, fast forward a month, I’ve completed the game and I must say it has been a delightful experience playing this.
While we unfortunately do not have a Google Glass unit ourselves, the folks at Mashable do happen to have one and also happened to be in attendance at E3 2013. So while wandering the show floor during the event, they decided to record a tour of everything through Google Glass.
A little over a week ago we had hunted down some evidence that a Humble Bundle for Android would be arriving this month. We didn’t know exactly when this month it would arrive, only that it would be here and it would feature a game called Frozen Synapse. Well it looks like we are two for two on figuring out when a Humble Bundle for Android is on the way because the new one has now gone live.
If you happen to be a game developer who uses Unity3D to make your games and have been contemplating adding Google’s new Google Play Games service to your current and future titles, you’ll be happy to know that a developer in the Unity3D community has created a plug-in to make it a little bit easier to integrate Google’s service into your games.
News like this doesn’t happen often these days and actually it is usually the opposite when it comes to a game developer changing their business model for their upcoming game. Usually we have to report that a game originally planned as a paid game has gone to the free-to-play model. However today we get to report some very good news regarding Robert Bowling’s upcoming tactical warfare game Breach & Clear.
One game a lot of people have been waiting for is Harebrained Schemes’ Shadowrun Returns title which had a very successful Kickstarter campaign last year. Originally this game wasn’t slated for release onto Android but thanks to all the funding the campaign got, the stretch goal for an Android version was easily reached.