Welcome to another me-week round-up of Android games that are on sale right now. While there may not be a ton of games on sale right now, there are a few good titles that you may want to snag a copy of if you don’t have one already such as Tin Man Games’ GA3: Slaves of Rema.
Day: 22 January 2014
Gameloft’s World At Arms will soon be getting a rather large content update in the near future. While this update will bring all kinds of new content to the game, if you happen to be a fan of mechs then you’ll be pleased to see the addition of the Hyperion Fleet to the game.
Robot Invader, the developers of the original Wind-Up Knight game, have inadvertently announced that they are working on a sequel in a new blog post over on their website while talking about a new checkpoint system. Actually the entire post is about the checkpoint system that will be in this sequel but since there has been no word about Wind-Up Knight 2 being in the works, this has ended up being their announcement.
Yesterday we held a giveaway for three people to win a $10 Google Play gift card. Only two of those three winners claimed their prizes which means we have one of those $10 Google Play gift cards remaining. While we send the other two winners from yesterday their prizes, here is another giveaway for even more Google Play credit.
It has been awhile since we’ve been able to write about a racing game heading our way that looks like a lot of fun. Usually it is either about a new installment into Gameloft’s Asphalt series or another well known franchise. However today we get to write about Table Top Racing from Playrise which is already a successful game over on iOS.
For all of you who are fans of the Deus Ex franchise and have been waiting eagerly for the announced Deus Ex game that Square Enix said was coming to Android, it looks like your wait will finally be ending lat some point today. Sqaure Enix has officially announced that Deus Ex: The Fall will be hitting Google Play today.
Usually when a game gets cloned a Cease and Desist order is sent, usually to Google, and the offending title is taken down. This could be a simple trademark violation or a blatant cloning of another game. Blizzard, however, is taking it a step further and suing a Hearthstone clone that happens to be already available on iOS and Android.