Chundos Studios is an independent game developer. They have a few titles that they have already released for Android. Their in-game art is always unique and colorful. One of their more successful games is Beat the Beast, which is a hybrid action/strategy/tower defense game. What made it unusual at the time, were the well-designed creatures, the environment, and the 360 degree rotation of the game world. Today, Chundos Studios has released Turbo Wheels for Android.
Day: March 19, 2015
A new Star Trek event is hitting the town of Quahog in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff. The event is bringing characters from Star Trek: The Next Generation, and their respective voices, into the popular game.
During GDC 2015 we got a chance to sit down with inkle and go hands-on with their next installment into their Sorcery! series of games called Sorcery! 3. We it appears that this game is getting closer to release as the company has begun releasing new screenshots regarding Sorcery! 3 for everyone to check out.
Tin Man games, makers of game books that are stylized after Choose-Your-Own-Adventure novels, has now released To Be Or Not To Be. Players will assume the role of either Hamlet, Ophelia, or Hamlet Sr, and play through Hamlet from the perspective of the chosen character. The story itself is told (loosely speaking), in its “original second-person non-linear branching narrative format”, if that gives you an idea of potential liberties taken.
Acquire, the game publisher behind Tenchu, Akiba’s Trip, and Fort Raiders SMAAASH! have announced today that they will be releasing another game. Called “Road to Dragon’s”, this game is slated to be released on March 19th. While it’ll be new to the rest of the world, the game has already been downloaded over three million times in Japan, since its release there in 2012.
Nexon has a few games available on Android already but now their Korean office, which is in charge of their PC titles such as Mabinogi, Combat Arms, and Vindictus, has announced that they will be going globally for the first time with a new game called Mabinogi Duel which is obviously based off of their Mabinogi franchise. Along with this announcement also comes beta sign-ups going live.
If news of Final Fantasy XI coming to Android isn’t enough to satisfy that Final Fantasy itch you may be having, there is some additional news that might help with that little problem. During the press event today where Square Enix announced the partnership with Nexon in regards to bringing Final Fantasy XI Online to mobile, the company also announced another game called Final Fantasy Grandmasters.
If Nintendo teaming up with DeNA to bring their IPs to mobile deices wasn’t hell freezing over then perhaps today’s news about Square Enix and Nexon will manage to pull that off. After Square Enix announced that no more major Final Fantasy games would be coming to mobile after Final Fantasy VI, due to a lot of reasons, today Nexon and Square Enix have announced that they are teaming up to bring Final Fantasy XI to mobile devices. What is even crazier is that we already have confirmation of a Western release, so it won’t be Japan only.
One game we have been waiting for since the beginning of this year is Taichi Panda from Snail Games. Originally we reported on this Action-RPG title back during CES 2015 when we went hands-on with Taichi Panda on Snail Games’ upcoming Android gaming devices, the W 3D and the OBox Android game console. Back in February 2015 Taichia Panda went into a soft launch / beta testing phase on Android and now it has finally been released for more people to play.
Crescent Moon Games has finally brought their action-filled endless running platformer Space Chicks to Google Play today. Originally this game debuted in the Crescent Moon Games themed Humble Bundle but once that ended Space Chicks hasn’t been available for anyone else to play… until now.