BitMonster Inc.’s popular undead-filled turret combat game Gunner Z has made the long journey from iOS over to Android devices. While this may be another undead killing game, how it all goes down is a bit different. Normally you’re running around with guns and attempting to kill as many zombies as possible.
Day: February 9, 2015
GTArcade, creaters of League of Angels, has announced that they’ll soon be releasing a sequel to it called League of Angels – Fire Raiders! Unlike the original League of Angels, which (loosely speaking) has some dungeon crawler elements to the MMORPG, Fire Raiders will be a card based MMORPG.
The stunt-filled level grinding game Trial Xtreme 4 received an update a few days ago that finally brings a much requested feature to the game – the ability to play offline. While this is a feature that has been wanted by a lot of players, it does have a limit. Basically the offline gameplay is available for Practice Mode only, at least for right now.
Currently available on iOS only right now, racing sim game Motorsport Manager is receiving an update on iOS soon. However what we care about is the developer announcing that he’s ‘closing in’ on getting the Android version of his game out onto Google Play.
Virtual Reality is a pretty big thing right now and companies are trying to figure out ways to jump on the VR train. One way is to just give away free VR headsets and that is exactly what LG is doing in a new promotion.
Madfinger Games’ popular Shadowgun: Deadzone game is currently being hit by a DDoS attack. Judging from what Madfinger Games has said on Twitter moments ago about the attack, this appears to not be the first time this has happened.
Rumors stirring around online indicated a new refreshed Shield Tablet could be coming as soon as this summer. It is expected that the tablet would use NVIDIA’s newest mobile processor, the Tegra X1.
Originally created by Rob Dougherty (Co-founder of Ascension) and Darwin Kastle, Star Realms is a card game that has been digitally converted to Android. Star realms is a fairly simple card game with a SciFi setting. This was the first time I’ve played a digital card game. Having enjoyed CCGs/LCGs/TCGs for years (I love even the smell of new cards… you die-hards will know what I mean), I was curious as to how the experience would translate to a touch screen. For the uninitiated, the idea is that you and your opponent(s) have a deck of cards that are custom to the game being played, with a framework of rules that cards can expand upon, as well as the cards taking the place of pieces, counters, and often times a board (such is the case here).