Spacehopper Studios has released a new racing game onto Android today which they are describing as the classic WipeOut game reborn. Officially titled Delta-V Racing, this particular racing game has a retro flare to its visuals which you can check out while racing through the different tracks this game comes with. There is also a complete original soundtrack by UK Industrial Breakbeat musician DeathBoy.
Day: August 8, 2013
While there is the question of whether or not FPS games are any good on mobile devices, the fact remains that there are a decent amount of them available. It’s really a question about the controls, whether touchscreen is good to use for the genre on mobile. Some people swear by using controllers while others are just fine with touchscreen controls. Either way it looks like we may be getting a ported version of Half-Life / Black Mesa on Android soon.
Back in May we talked about an upcoming 3D multiplayer cross-platform strategy combat game called Champs: Battlegrounds and that it would be heading to Android, iOS and PC in the near future. While the PC version has been available for a short period of time, the Android and iOS versions are now available as well on their respective app stores.
A couple of days ago a game called Nakama was released onto iOS for iPhone users to play. Nakama is a rather cool retro looking side-scrolling arcade game featuring ninjas and the good news about this game is that it will be arriving onto Android courtesy of Crescent Moon Games.
There are already two Anomaly games out on mobile and soon we will be getting a third one as well. Back in February of this year we talked about Anomaly 2, the official sequel to the Anomaly franchise, but back then it was only confirmed for PC release. Having been on Steam for a bit now, 11 Bit Studios has been working on bringing the game to Android and iOS, something they said they wanted to do back in February.
Sony is bringing some of the most recognizable characters from their games over to Android (and iOS) in a Playstation All-Stars game called officially called Playstation All-Stars Island. The game is currently available on Google Play but for whatever particular reason it is exclusive to Europe right now.
Last month we reported on the fact that an official version of Transport Tycoon would be making its way to Android. Unfortunately we just didn’t know when it would be made available. Well it looks as though the game is coming along quite nicely as the official beta sign-ups for Transport Tycoon are now live.
With XBMC for Android soon being available for both Android devices as well as the Ouya and GameStick consoles, the developers have been hard at work adding new features to the application. In the latest pre-release build, XBMC now comes with support for Apple’s Airplay as well as a variety of other new features and fixes.
While we were going to fire up our Ouya and do this ourselves, it seems someone has beaten us to the punch and has loaded the brand new high speed Nintendo DS emulator DraStic onto the Android-powered console. According to a user going by the name of MobileDecay (dig the name by the way), the DraStic emulator runs rather nicely on Ouya.