Origin8’s newest Sentinel game called Sentinel 4: Dark Star has been updated with some new goodies that you will want to know about if you play this game. Essentially, in a nutshell, there are new weapons and turrets available in the game as well as a whole new Commander unit.
Day: January 9, 2015
Jujubee Games, developer of the Flashout series of futuristic racing games and the Suspect franchise, has announced a new game that will be heading our way soon called Spellcrafter: The Path of Magic and has nothing to do with racing, something that up until now has been Jujubee’s main theme for their games. Instead Spellcrafter is a tactical turn-based RPG title.
Crescent Moon Games have brought their 2-bit Cowboy game to Google Play after debuting it in the Crescent Moon Games Humble Bundle that was recently available. If you missed out on snagging 2-bit Cowboy through the Crescent Moon Games Humble Bundle, now you can pick it up.
As far as gamebooks are concerned the genre has been around for a very long time, much longer than it has been on mobile, and it has a pretty big fan base. While most of them adhere to the standard format of gamebooks, that being you read through the book and flips to the corresponding page that is based on your decision when presented with a choice of what to do, these gamebooks are a bit different in terms of how their style is.
From the release of the unique Nvidia Shield Tablet and the launch of an upgraded 5.0 operating system to the new systems coming up this year for Android gamers to use, Android is developing an excellent reputation for gaming.
Microsoft has announced, and put into place, a formal new policy regarding the creation of YouTube Let’s Play videos as well as content streamed on services like TwitchTV. Up until now the company didn’t really have a formal policy geared towards this type of content creation. Since streaming on TwitchTV has become a lot easier with Android games and making YouTube videos of Android games has been happening for a long time, this certainly is something to learn about if you plan on streaming or including anything from Microsoft in your upcoming videos and want to monetize them.
One thing CES is usually good for is getting a sneak peek or two and unreleased games that will soon be coming to Android. At Qualcomm’s booth they had plenty of games being shown on their development tablets to showcase their new Snapdragon 810 and Adreno 430 chipset team. However all of them were games already released except for one that happened to show its demo reel right before we left. The game we are talking about is Gates of Osiris by Fenix Fire.