Following the success of their previous episodic adventures, Telltale Games hits a home run by securing the rights to apply their interactive storytelling talents to what is arguably the most popular fantasy franchise of all time (sorry Mr. Tolkien).
Day: June 23, 2015
After being banned from Google Play to make way for the official release of Doom on Android, Beloko’s emulator for players who want to port over their own copies of Doom has now arrived in the Amazon Appstore. What Beloko does is “specialize in creating high-quality usable ports with exceptional Touch Screen and Gamepad support”, according to the dev.
The Pokemon Company International has announced today that they’ve released an Android app that allows its users to be able to listen to their favorite Pokemon music. Fans can listen to three new songs each day for free, and can also purchase additional songs via IAPs.
Originally announced and shown off during this year’s E3 2015, tinyBuild Games has put a release time frame onto their upcoming Tycoon style of game called Punch Club. For those of you not familiar with this game, Punch Club brings the retro visual styling that games from back in the day had, mixes it up together with a sim/tycoon type of game, adds some boxing into the mix, and for good measure, you’ll need to eventually find out who killed your father.
If you play video games on either console or PC, then you probably have heard of Curse. They have a network of video game related news websites, pro eSports teams, game wikis, and a ton of other features, all of which relates to video games on pretty much every platform out there. Their VOIP chatting service, Curse Voice, now has an official Android app that people can now use.
Legendary Games has announced the global release for Year 0 Tactics, a turn based combat game. Set in the post-apocalyptic Year 0 universe, where the US Government has declared a “rebirth” of the nation, hence the calendar has been reset to “year zero”.
A week or so ago we reported on the next episode of TellTale Games’ Tales from the Borderlands series would be showing up this week, and true to the company’s word it will be arriving right on schedule. They are doing their usual staggered release, with PC and console gamers getting Episode 3: Catch A Ride today and tomorrow, while Android and iOS gamers will be getting it on Thursday.
People who play Gamevil’s Puzzle-RPG called Dungeon Link have been waiting for a few particular features to show up in the game since its initial release. Today Dungeon Link has been updated and one of the more requested features has finally arrived this morning, which is the additional of a fully functioning Guild system.
Released by Brutal Studio, makers of the Stick Squad franchise, has released a new sniper-based game. Set in a zombie infested, post apocalyptic world, the player must assume the role of the sniper to pick off as many zombies as possible, to help preserve what’s left of the of human race.
In Octopus Invasion, players assume the role of an angry octopus. After the invasion, and ensuing destruction of your native world, this octopus has set out among the stars to find another home from one that belongs to the original invading aliens.. Unfortunately, the denizens of these new worlds are hostile to the prospect of co-habitating with otherworldly octopi.