Some rather big news this afternoon in the world of MMORPGs for mobile devices, Forsaken World will be making its way to Android and iOS in the near future. Originally released for PC gamers to play, Forsaken World Mobile will be bringing the series to mobile gamers without any cutbacks on visuals or content.
Day: April 13, 2015
We have finally updated our app this afternoon which, for some of you, is something you have been hoping to have happen for awhile now. You may have seen us mentioning on G+ that we are redesigning the app with a whole new look. That isn’t this update. What this update is for is to get ready for that one which will be coming soon. However, there are some new features added with this update and a few tweaks.
Deus Ex: The Fall is a First Person Shooter from Square Enix. There’s more to this game though, as fans of the series can attest. The game includes elements of stealth, computer hacking, RPG customizations, and moral decisions within the gameplay. The story also has several different threads to it: crooked pharmaceutical companies, whistleblowers, rogue paramilitary groups, assassinations, human augmentation, and more. All in all, it makes for an intriguing story.
A new cop chase-style game has arrived for Android called The Getaway: Traffic Racer which is all about avoiding getting caught by the police. Developed by Hammy, The Getaway as we will be calling it since that sounds much better, is described by the developer as a game about avoiding the cop GTA-style but without encouraging the same level of violence as in those games.
Celebrates getting their own mobile game is nothing new. It doesn’t happen that often but it does happen and it usually deals with someone like Kim Kardashian. As for YouTube celebrities, that hasn’t happened yet but that is apparently changing this Summer with PewDiePie who will be getting his own mobile game soon called PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist.
Telltale Games’ rather popular series Game of Thrones has the first episode free today on Amazon’s Appstore. Interestingly enough, it isn’t the Free App of the Day. Instead it just happens that Telltale Games or Amazon decided to make it free on there.
Have you ever heard the phrase “you can’t take it with you?”. Well, Skulduggery is a game that is based on the idea that, well, yes you can. Players assume the role of a skull (hence the name), whose job it is to go about collecting back taxes from deceased deadbeats; only, here’s the catch: It’s not on behalf of the living that it’s being collecting, but the dead…. the INFERNAL Revenue Service.