Back in March we covered a great new gamebook adventure, by developer Inkle, that was written by Steve Jackson called Sorcery!. This new series had you choosing a male or female hero and through the progression of the game, told in a storybook narrative, went on a grand adventure while gaining new spells with which to use during encounters.
Day: June 10, 2014
The PC game Conquest of Elysium 3, is now available for Android tablets. Described on its official site as a “strategy rougelike” Conquest of Elysium 3, developed by Illwinter Game Design, features rudimentary graphics but deep turn-based gameplay.
If you haven’t had enough of time wasting, nerve-racking, tap-to-fly games, here’s one more for you. Well, not exactly. Pigs Can’t Fly tries to reinvent the Flappy Bird genre (yes, we should call it a genre now…) by situating the tap-to-fly mechanics in 80 levels filled with traps, obstacles, and monsters.
Gameloft is holding another live stream and this time it is at E3 2014. A lot of companies are doing this now and, of course, E3 being the biggest video game conference there would be plenty of live streams. However Gameloft is streaming some Modern Combat 5: Blackout (with its price just being confirmed as $6.99 at launch) goodness with a little Rival Knights mixed into the stream and possibly some other goodies as well.
Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy VII is coming to Android later this Fall, at least for folks who live in Japan at first. Actually not all of Final Fantasy VII will be released, we just wanted to get your hopes up and then crush them like ours had happen to them when we got this news. You see Square Enix is releasing a Final Fantasy VII title onto Android but it is called Final Fantasy VII G Bike.
Rubicon Development’s Great Little War Game 2 is now available on the Google Play Store for $2.99. The sequel to the popular title Great Little War Game, this turn-based strategy game features 60 missions in its campaign and plays in portrait mode, for easier use on the go.
Today marks the first official day the door are open for E3 2014 and while yesterday was the official press conference day, today begins where a lot of the news actually comes out of the event. Well-known gaming peripheral maker Razer announced back in the beginning of this year that they were working on some wearable technology of their own called the Nabu. Today the company has announced their plans for beta testing this technology.
Using an uncommon palette of blueprint and hand sketched gadgets, developer Sc0tt Games makes you feel like Leonardo Da Vinci the inventor. In their upcoming game The Ingenious Machine, you have one goal to accomplish on each of the levels, turn on the light bulbs.