Bulkypix has also jumped onto the Nexus Player game release hype train today with an announcement that four of their games are now available for the Nexus Player. All four games have been fully optimized to work with the Nexus Player, bringing the games to your full screen.
Day: November 5, 2014
Nvidia has pushed out a new update for the older brethren of the Shield Tablet today. The Shield Portable has had update 99 pushed to it and this particular update features battery improvement, bug fixes and some other issues being resolved as well.
Madfinger Games out of the Czech Republic never ceases to amaze me. Just when you think you have seen what the studio is capable of, they make a ninety degree turn, boldly blazing down a different path. We all know Madfinger Games for creating stunning graphics and compelling action in their games. Their soon to be released game Monzo, is a far cry from Samurai Vengeance, Shadowgun or the Dead Trigger series. Monzo is based on virtual model kits that you select, build, paint and share with your friends. Guess what? It looks thoroughly fascinating.
Mark of the Dragon is Gamevil’s newest combat strategy game that, up until now, as been in a soft launch. Today, however, Mark of the Dragon is now available to everyone with an Android device around the world. Your goal? To breed and raise dragons in order to eventually defeat the evil sorcerer, Morgon.
VooFoo Studios and Ripstone Publishing have teamed up to bring Pure Pool to Xbox One and incidentally to Android as well this month. As you may be guessing, this is a pool game where you are going to be honing you skills at the pool tables.
After having recently broken the 1million downloads mark on iOS, Supermagical has now been released onto Android as well. Published by Gala Pocket, Supermagical is an adventure game full of puzzles that you have to complete in order to progress through the storyline. It is sort of a blend of puzzler and RPG, although it is definitely more puzzle than anything else.
Nvidia is gearing up to release the new version of the Android OS called Lollipop onto the company’s Shield Tablet soon and yesterday they released a video showing off Lollipop on said tablet along with some of the cool features we can expect to see when it arrives as an OS update using the Simple Software Update feature on the tablet.
Platform exclusives are the love letters written to gamers in an effort to say “please come play with us, but not in that creepy way that those little girls did in the Shining.” Instead, the platform owner wishes to convince gamers that their particular platform offers a unique experience. This can be seen with iOS and Android, and even among Android OEMs. Nvidia secured several exclusives for their Tegra chip line, and Amazon acquired an entire game studio to develop content for their branded line of Fire tablets and media players.