Earlier this month we reported on the PC-based MMORPG Forsaken World have a mobile version currently under development and slated for release soon onto Android. Well while we all wait for the game’s release, or at least some sort of beta to get into so we can go hands-on with this game, Fedeen Games has released their first gameplay trailer for Forsaken World Mobile for everyone to check out.
Day: April 28, 2015
Sega will be launching a new game onto mobile devices in Japan next month called Monster Gear. This is a sort of Monster Hunter style of game with four-player co-op gameplay where groups of people, or the strong solo type, go out and hunt down rather large monsters.
EA has pushed out a new update for their Sims FreePlay title on mobile, officially titled the Dream Homes update. As you are probably guessing from the name of this update, this will allow players to build new homes that feature things like balconies, patios, and basements. In fact the update allows for those of you who consider yourselves master builders to jump into build mode and actually construct much more intricate houses.
Toffee Games has announced that they will be releasing Earn To Die 2 onto Google Play and Amazon’s Appstore at the beginning of next month. This sequel leaves the desert setting, where the original game took place, and instead takes place within different cities that are overrun with zombies.
Released by Microids Games for All, Garden Shop – Rush Hour is a new time management game now available on Android. The game is set within a floral shop, with players attempting to meet the needs of the various clients that enter the establishment, and work as quickly as possible to fulfill their order.
So we have teamed up with Gamevil to offer players of Dungeon Link, their Puzzle-RPG that was recently globally launched onto Android, some free in-game stuff in order to help players out with a little extra bit of goodies. Before getting all crazy though there is one stipulation for this and that is you have to be playing on the US server.
Ouya has gone through some interesting changes since the concept was announced, then having an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign which raised $8.5 million with promises of a new console every year, and then every other year with the latest hardware, and then changing business models completely and making their marketplace available on Android devices other than the Ouya console itself. The newest change is a rather interesting one, Ouya as a company has been put up for sale.
Things are going quite well for Scott Cawthon. Between a movie deal with Universal Pictures and a rabid fan base keeping him in the top 10 mobile game sales all year, he’s come a long way from a failed Christian game developer.