A classic Amiga game has made its way onto Android today called Rocket Ranger. Developed by Cinemaware, Rocket Ranger takes the old school classic and brings it over to our mobile devices with controls designed for gameplay while on the go. You’ll be playing as the hero of this game who happens to be a brave soul that’s strapped a rocket pack onto his back and flies around fighting bad guys.
Day: October 30, 2013
Transport Tycoon from 31X has been out on Android for a little bit now and the developers have pushed out one of the bigger updates to the game today. This update brings with it new features as well as plenty of fixes to improve the game. There also happens to be some new freebies to snag as well for those of you who are interested.
While everyone is waiting for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed game to arrive onto Android, those of you who own Assassin’s Creed IV on their console of choice now have a companion application from Ubisoft you can fiddle around with. Before we dive into what this application contains you’ll need to know that in order to grab a copy of this companion app you’ll need to own a tablet as it isn’t available for phones.
Back in July of this year we reported on HyperDevBox announcing their next game which is called Record of Agarest War. Since then the company has been hard at work developing the game for its debut on Android and it seems that it is almost done as the company has announced today that Record of Agarest War will be arriving onto Google Play in the next few weeks.
Christmas is coming up pretty fast and that means you’ll be spending lots of money buying people presents and perhaps yourself a little gift or two in the process as well. With all the new gaming related gear that has come out for Android gamers or will be coming out, it can be a little daunting deciding which devices or peripheral to purchase.
Nintendo has remained an interesting company when you look at their stance over the past couple of years regarding bringing some of their popular franchises over to mobile device for mobile gamers to enjoy. Awhile back the company stated that it would never bring their games over to smartphones and tablets and there is a logical reason as to why they would think this way – they have their own mobile gaming platform to worry about.