Halfbrick’s upcoming game Colossatron Massive World Threat has finally gotten a release date announced and the good news is that the company will be releasing the game onto Android and iOS at the same time. Usually Halfbrick releases their games onto iOS first while the Android version follows afterwards and usually a month or two down the road.
Day: December 11, 2013
Most tower defense games really don’t have a storyline that most gamers would care about. Instead it’s about defending your base with towers that you can upgrade, rinse, repeat, etc, etc. Conjurer: Awoken however is a slightly different type of tower defense game because it actually have a storyline to it that doesn’t suck.
Back at the end of November we mentioned that Rockstar Games was bringing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to mobile devices in December. While we didn’t have an exact release date at the time of writing that article, we did say it sounds like it would be in the next couple of weeks. Well a couple of weeks have pasted and it looks like Rockstar Games is gearing up to release Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas either today or tomorrow.
Chillingo released their Dead Ahead game last week and it is already getting a decent sized update called Reanimated. This update brings a new location to the game called The Slums and along with a new location comes new weapons and even new characters to kill zombies with.
Crytek and DeNA are teaming up to bring a squad-based tactical game to Android called The Collectables. Since Crytek is involved, this game will be made using the company’s Cryengine game development platform which is known for its rather high quality 3D visuals. This means The Collectables should have some pretty impressive graphics to enjoy while playing the game.
A new strategy game is making its way to Android today that will also support cross-platform gameplay between all versions of it. Small World 2 is slated for release today onto PC and Android while the iOS version has already been out since September of this year. This means you’ll be able to play against PC and iOS players as well as Android ones.
We’ve reported on Rovio’s newest Angry Birds game heading our way a few times now and today sees Angry Birds GO finally making its way onto Google Play for free. For those of you who have missed our previous coverage, Angry Birds GO is Rovio’s answer to the kart racing genre.