The Darkside Detective is a rather cool looking mystery-filled point-and-click adventure game that will be making its way to Android soon. The idea for this game was originally conceived during one of the many game jams that happen every year.
Day: 13 January 2015
Wadget Eye Games specializes in point-and-click mystery games that are designed with a retro look that’s heavily pixelated, great (albeit short) story telling, and live voice acting. I’ve played a few of their games, like the Blackwell legacy and The Shivah, so I was familiar with their style of gameplay. Happily, I found Gemini Rue to be the best one of theirs yet, that I’ve played.
Crossy Roads hasn’t been out that long for mobile gamers to enjoy. In fact the game has only been out since November 2014 on iOS, on Android since Christmas (on Amazon), and on Google Play since last week. That, however, hasn’t stopped the developers from making a cool million dollars already off of just video ads.
Mojang will be hosting a public Q&A session on their TwitchTV channel later this week regarding Minecraft: Pocket Edition which means that this will be an excellent opportunity to ask the questions you may have regarding the game, or what is coming in the future, directly to the developers themselves.
TellTale Games has announced a new CEO for the company and have also announced a new change to what they will actually be doing in the future. The new CEO is co-founder Kevin Bruner and the previous CEO, Dan Connors, will be taking on an advisory role instead of the usual CEO duties he once held.
Apple and Android have fought for awhile now for the leadership when it comes to the mobile gaming market. While options are starting to expand for gamers on iOS as to how they play their games, Android users have had plenty of options for quite some time now.