The other day we talked about the fact that Gameloft’s next installment into the Asphalt racing series of games had been delayed and that the August 8th, 2013 release date given during the Google Nexus 7 event wasn’t an exact nor official release date. That was some bad news but today we have some good news with Gameloft announcing the actual release date for the game via their Twitter account.
Day: 15 August 2013
Welcome to a new installment into our Ouya Game Watch series of articles. In these article we just point out a few games that are usually new to Ouya tha you should probably check out. This week we’ve already seen some pretty nice titles landing on the Ouya marketplace and the selection on there is starting to get real good.
Red Robot Labs are the folks behind the rather unique location-based MMORPG Life is Magic. The company has released a new game onto Android called Friendly Fire! which is a more comical tower defense game similar in style (visually that is) to other games like Great Big War Game. Mainly thanks to the comic style the art has in-game.
Robtop Games has released their rhythm-based action game Geometry Dash onto Google Play and brings with it some seriously challenging gameplay. That is because this isn’t your typical rhythm-based game, Geomtery Dash actually requires skill on top of good timing.
Battle Bears Fortess is the newest title from SkyVu Entertainment that has been running in a location limited beta for a short while now. Well the game has finally dropped the location-specific beta tags and is now available for everyone on Android. This game has a rather enjoyable 1-vs-1 multiplayer mode but also a full single-player campaign as well.
The Minecraft: Pocket Edition 0.7.3 update that we’ve been talking about and keeping our eye out for has finally arrived. This update brings with it a multitude of fixes and improvements for Minecraft Pocket Realms but also some additional content that we touched on in our past coverage of this update.
You may remember us talking about the Android version of Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition and its development being put on hold due to contractual conflicts that had arisen. The iOS version was also pulled from the App Store for the same reason. It seems as though an agreement has been reached, something we weren’t sure was actually going to happen, and the iOS version is back on the App Store which could indicate that the Android version is also back in development.
Being middle management is an interesting role in any company. You’re somewhat important to the every day functionality of that company but you’re not that important that you can’t be replaced by someone else. Double Fine is sticking you in that role in their new game Middle Manager of Justice which is now available on Google Play.