If you’re a mobile game developer or looking to getting into developing mobile game, there are a few affordable choices out there. Unity3D is one such choice and there are a couple of other ones that offer up indie licenses or are open source. However Havok has decided to release Project Anarchy, a complete 3D game development engine designed for developing Android, iOS and Tizen games.
Day: 25 June 2013
The first real mobile-based MOBA game will be receiving a pretty big content update soon. Gameloft’s Heroes of Order & Chaos upcoming content update will bring with it a new 5v5 map, new heroes, new tournaments, a new matchmaking system and some adjustments to other aspects of the game.
For those of you who have already purchased the latest Humble Bundle for Android 6, you now have access to three more games to download and enjoy along with their soundtracks. If you haven’t purchased one yet, now is a good time to do so as McPixel, Walking Mars and NightSky HD have been added to an already great bundle, making the total amount of games available up to ten if you pay over the average amount at the time of purchase.
Considered by many to be the best turn-based strategy games for iOS, the Ravenmark series of games will officially be arriving onto Android in the near future. We got in touch with Witching Hour Studios who are the developers behind Ravenmark: Mercenaries and Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion who confirmed that both games will be making their way to Android soon.
With Ouya going on sale on public retail outlets, and selling it rather quickly, there are plenty of games getting added to the line-up of available titles at launch. In fact there are plenty of them to choose from but a few of the newest additions to the line-up are some that you’ll probably want to check out right off the jump. While we have talked about plenty of games in the past that will be available at launch today, here are three more notable ones.
Today, with no more delays happening, is the day that Ouya has officially gone on sale to the public through retail channels in the U.S., Canada and the UK. The Android-powered gaming console has received additional funding over the past couple of months and a delay that stopped its June launch, pushing it to July, so the company could meet the demand for the unit.
We’ve been covering the progress of Magic 2014: Duels of the Planewalkers since March of this year when it was announced that it would be coming to Android, not just iOS like previous Magic The Gathering games. Magic 2014 is the first official Magic The Gathering game for Android devices and now the wait is over for it to finally be released.