Kemco has been steadily releasing games onto Android for some time now and most of those games, aside from the occasional exception, are retro style RPGs. Well Kemco’s newest release is another retro RPG called Destiny Fanstasia and boasts 20+ hours of gameplay, making this one of the large Kemco titles.
Day: August 1, 2013
Originally released for a short exclusive duration on Playstation Mobile, we eventually got wind that it would be arriving for all Android devices on July 25th back at the beginning of July. Even though it is a few days late and with one of the harder titles of a game to spell correctly, Rymdkapsel has finally arrived for all to enjoy.
Gameloft has brought their World of Warcraft style MMORPG called Order & Chaos over to the Android-powered console Ouya. This marks the second 3D MMORPG to be made available on Ouya, the first being Vendetta Online. If you haven’t played Order & Chaos before, this game has pretty much everything you would expect an MMORPG to have.
Capcom has announced a slew of new games currently under development that will be making their way to smartphones and tablets over the course of the next year. This is great news in some ways, especially with what titles are listed as coming to Android, but it is also bad in other ways as well.
One of the game that was supposed to launch yesterday alongside the Nvidia Shield launch is Choplifter HD. It eventually got released later in the evening yesterday and for those of you who think the name sounds familiar, it should. Choplifter was originally a game released a long time ago and this one is almost a spiritual successor to that original game.
Originally slated for release last year in April, Jujubee has finally released their cops and robbers style game Suspect In Sight onto Google Play. For those of you unfamiliar with this game, basically you’re the cops and you’re out to catch the bad guys when they commit crimes. However, you’ll be doing all of this using different police helicopters.
Free The Robots Inc has decided to finally make the jump from iOS to Android, bringing their rather slick looking and fast-paced color matching arcade game ShadowArc over to Google Play. This game is sort of like a cross between Super Hexagon and Dropchord although you are not trying to fit your little shape into an open spot like Super Hexagon.