KintoGames has released their newest title onto Android called bit Dungeon II. Described as a “fast action roguelike game”, your goal in this dungeon crawler is to make your way through a world of undead and demons to put the souls of your loved ones to rest that somehow ended up in this horrible place.
Day: December 15, 2014
Volt is an interesting PC-based puzzle platformer, more platformer than puzzler though, that has now made the platform jump and is available for mobile devices including Android. In this game your job is to help your character, who is a battery, escape the recycling plant it has been sent to.
Ratrod Studios, mainly known for their racing games and a few other sports related titles, has released their latest title called Snowboard Party onto Android. As the name suggests, this is a snowboarding based game where players will be trying to pull off the best tricks across 15 different locations.
Hutch Games out of London, has recently released their latest game into the Play Store. It is a beautiful graphic processing beast, must like the huge monster trucks that are used in the game… beastly trucks that is. Hutch Games has been known to push the envelope in the graphics and controls departments, when it comes to racing games. If you have played Smash Cops, Smash Cops Heat, or Smash Cops Bandit, then you know what I am talking about. If you haven’t, you should definitely check those games out. Right now though, I would check out MMX Racing, their latest title to arrive in the Play Store. If you like Monster Trucks and CSR Racing (Natural Motion Games) type games, then this will be right up your alley.
Back when Nvidia was hosting their Black Friday / Cyber Monday sales, one of the features for this sale was the Green Box Bundle which featured games from Valve such as Portal and Half-Life 2. One of those games was Half-Life 2: Episode One and was only available in that bundle for people who purchased an Nvidia Shield tablet. Now the game is officially available for anyone who owns an Nvidia Shield tablet.
Marvel returns to the fray of mobile fighting games with the launch of Marvel Contest of Champions. Marvel’s previous fighting game effort, Avengers Initiative, borrowed heavily from Infinity Blade, a fighting game which found success by offering a boss rush style of gameplay.
Originally released onto iOS, Crossy Roads is a humor-filled Frogger style of game which will finally be making its way to Android over the course of the next month and a half. It will first be released onto Android through Amazon’s AppStore this month and then the Google Play release will happen in January 2015.