Baptiste Largaiolli is a game developer who once loved the Warcraft III Tower Defense Mod that a lot of people used to play a long time ago, back when Warcraft III was quite popular. Since he couldn’t find the same sort of experience on mobile in this day and age, Baptiste decided to make his own, called Beast Towers, and it is now available on Google Play.
Day: March 24, 2015
Game development studio Thoughtbot has been working on a neat and unique space shooter called Rototo: Space Survival for awhile now. This game, currently in its beta testing phase, should appeal to fans of games like Galaga, Asteroids, Space Invader, Breakout, and Missile Command.
Juhu Games has been working on an interesting little game called Arcanox: Cards vs Castles for awhile now. Actually it isn’t really a little game at all and having tried out the beta for awhile now, Arcanox can be pretty fun to play as well. Now that it is out of beta and globally available on Android, everyone can now grab a copy and try it out.
There is a new endless jumper on Google Play today called Tree Jump Adventure by Nenad Kajgana which is, as you can tell from this article’s title, a one-man developer team. Considering this game was made by one person, it is actually pretty impressive considering how nice the visuals are and how good it all blends together with the soundtrack.
Babel Rising 3D is by no means a new game on Android. This game, developed by Mando Productions and published by AMA LTD, has been around since 2012 in all its forms, whether it be the free version, the paid version, or the ‘Sponsored’ version. Now it is available for the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition headset and because this is a virtual reality based device, there are a few tweaks to the game to make it a more virtual experience.
Brought to us by Brotherwise Games, Boss Monster is a dungeon-building game that was originally designed to be played with cards. After a successful campaign on Kickstarter, Boss Monster has now been brought over to Android. Brotherwise Games has partnered up with Plain Concepts (the ones that created Wave Engine) to make this happen. In doing so, they created a straight digital conversion of the tabletop game, so players will be using digital cards to create their dungeons, in the hopes of keeping this version as close to the original as possible, while taking advantage of the CPU speed up the calculations within the game.
As we mentioned a few weeks back, Land Air Sea Warfare (LASW) is an RTS game that was originally released on desktops, followed by iOS, and eventually Android. After playing, and at times enjoying, LASW, this game isn’t ready for “prime time”. I have a soft spot for this genre, and this high hopes for this game. While the developer seems to have added some ways to make it easier to move masses of units quickly (a must on touch-based hardware such as phones and tablet), there are too many flaws and oversights to justify the In-App Purchasing price of $4.99.