Another game is taking advantage of the new pre-registration system on Google Play and this time it is the upcoming MMORPG from Fedeen Games called Forsaken World Mobile. If this game sounds familiar, that is because it is the port of the PC MMORPG called Forsaken World.
Day: May 29, 2015
Released by Angry Mob games, makers of Muffin Knight and Guerrilla Bob, Toysburg is a sandbox-adventure game. Players will assume the role of a young and gifted toymaker. As such, players will be free to roam around Toysburg to seek out their adventures and quests, as well as pursuing the main story which includes saving the toymaker’s sister.
Square Enix has been busy this week, having finally released Chaos Rings III on Google Play, and now the company has launched a new teaser site for a new mobile game called Alice Order. This new game has apparently been in development for a bit now as it is expected to launch at some point later this year.
In the most Japanese way possible Konami finally addressed their cataclysmic move from console gaming and separation from Hideo Kojima: with a vague apology. “We are aware that the conjecture surrounding our recent changes has prompted a great deal of anxiety, for which we apologize” issued a Konami representative.
With the official launch of the Shield Android TV console, there has also been a few new games to be released alongside the console’s launch. However, not all of these new games are specifically for the Shield Console. Some of these titles are also for the Shield tablet, and there are even a few for all three Shield branded devices. Some of these games people have been waiting to play on their Shield Tablets and now that they are available, during the launch of the Shield Console, you might not be aware that you can play them on your tablet.
Nvidia has made a second announcement at Google I/O 2015 and while yesterday’s was the official launch of the company’s new Shield Android TV console, today’s announcement is for a new suite of tools called AndroidWorks. These tools have been designed to help developers make better Android games and is an expansion of Nvidia’s current suite of tools for PC game developers called GameWorks.
While Channel 1 and 2 for Google I/O 2015 are more focused on mobile technologies, programming and development, along with other things in those areas, like Android Wear, Channel 3 is more about other Google related subjects such as Polymer and Modern Web APIs, which happens to be the starting session on this channel.
Google has three channels of live streams for Google I/O 2015. Each one has its own schedule for keynotes and sessions, all of which focus on different areas. All three channels went live at 9am PST and channel 2 is starting off with “Smarter user acquisition with App Indexing, AdWords and Google Analytics” and will then be followed-up with Project Tango, Designing for Virtual Reality and some other great sessions.
It’s Friday and it is Day 2 of Google I/O 2015 and Google is streaming their keynotes and sessions live via YouTube like always. Of course if you happen to be here already, we have added the stream here for you to watch and the first keynote for Day 2 is the Google ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects team) keynote.
Square Enix released the transcript from their financial results briefing as well as their planning for the 2016 Fiscal Year and there were some interesting tidbits to be found in there. Square Enix has done well for themselves so far this year apparently across all platforms, those being PC, console and mobile. In fact, according to CEO Yosuke Matsuda, games for smart devices did quite well.