Whispering Willows is a game we’ve been following for some time now, from its original announcement to its Kickstarter funding and even when it was part of the Kill Screen CREATE competition for the Ouya console. Now it seems this game is finally getting closer to release as the developers have released a new trailer for it.
Day: May 20, 2014
What do you call a man with a spade on his head? The genre of mining or maze building has been popular since the classic Dig Dug was released by Namco in Japan, and Atari Inc in the West. There have been numerous popular remakes of the formula including countless flash games, the widely popular Motherload, a personal favorite of mine Gem Miner for android, and even something like Terraria has arguably just subverted the old formula.
Thinice, developer of the previous Android title Save Sea Turtles!, returns to the Playstore with his new platformer, Twin Robots. Twin Robots was originally released for Ouya in December 2013 and was then offered as a launch title for the Amazon Fire this past April. Thinice has now launched a full-blown release, making it available on Windows, Mac, Linux and of course – Android.
Aside from bringing Flappy Bird back to mobile devices, developer Dong Nguyen has begun teasing his next game which apparently doesn’t have a name just yet, or at least one he isn’t willing to share just yet. However he did decide to share a screenshot of the Flappy Bird follow-up on Twitter.
Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla remake tore its way through the competition this weekend, earning an impressive $93 million at the domestic box office and an additional $100 million overseas. Now, the King of the Kaiju has smashed his way onto Android devices in two new video games.
Do you find it easier to motivate yourself in the fantastic world of an RPG than in real life? If so, look no further; Habit RPG turns your task manager into a role playing game complete with random item drops, a class system, quests, pets, mounts, equipment, and more.