Cie Games are the developers of the top ranked multiplayer drag racing game on iOS called Racing Rivals. During the Samsung Developers Conference that is going on right now, the company announced that an Android version is on the way and should be landing on Google Play ‘shortly’.
Day: 28 October 2013
Amazon seems be getting into the holiday spirit of Halloween and in order to celebrate the upcoming candy-filled monster parade that will be October 31st, 2013 Amazon has started a rather large sale on a big selection of games for their Kindle Fire tablet as well as any other Android phone or tablet that has access to the Amazon AppStore.
Grand Theft Auto V has been out for a little bit now and iOS managed to get the companion application for the game ahead of Android. However Android is now on par with iOS as Rockstar Games has finally released Grand Theft Auto: iFruit onto Google Play and yes they kept the name as iFruit instead of changing it up for something a little more Android-centric.
Ludosity has been developing a Zelda style game over the past little while called Ittle Dew and now the company is gearing up to finally release it onto Android and iOS this November. The company has taken all of the fun mechanics found in the Zelda franchise and created this game which has ended up being a top-down adventure puzzle game with RPG elements lathered all over it.
It looks like there will soon be another option when it comes to picking out which controller you want to use from your mobile gaming needs. Evolution Controllers has put a Kickstarter campaign up for a new mobile gaming controller they have developed called the Drone.
A new hack n’ slash game has arrived onto Google Play from 10tons called Trouserheart. In this game you are not trying to save a princess who has been kidnapped, free a realm from a monster invasion or any other typical fantasy type of theme you find in a lot of hack n’ slash games. Instead you’ll be out to rescue a pair of pants that has been stolen from the king.
Nvidia has been working hard on their Android gaming themed device called the Shield since it was originally released for public consumption. Since the device’s launch, Nvidia has pumped out some pretty solid software updates to boost performance and stability with the Shield but today’s new OTA update brings some big changes that make the Shield even better.