Idea Factory and Gloczus have announced today that they have teamed up to work together on bringing the visual graphic novel Amnesia: Memories to mobile devices in the West. While the PS Vita and PC versions will be arriving this month (August 25th in North America, 26th for Europe), the companies also announced a version for Android and iOS but with no specific release date as of yet.
Day: August 10, 2015
Absinthe Pie has released a new game onto Android called Space Drill. This particular game features a rather unique retro minimalistic style of art to it, but also features some pretty challenging gameplay at times. The goal of this game is simple enough, get your drill bit to the core of the space ship you’re attacking to destroy it.
Released by Plarium, Vikings: War of the Clans is a strategy game based on the period of Viking history that ranges from 750-1050 AD. Players will begin by selecting a hero, building a stronghold, then setting forth to pillage and conquer the world. Players can be rewarded for completing quests and tasks, alone or with friends.
Square Enix has released their newest financial results for the most recent quarter and the company is seeing a nice increase in profits, with a large part of that coming in thank of their mobile games catalog. Of course it wasn’t all because of mobile gaming. Square Enix also saw profits increase thanks to their recent push with their MMO content and expansions.
10tons has been developing a rather brutal looking dual-stick shooter called Neon Chrome for PC and consoles, which will have this game launching for those platforms later this year. However, the company has also confirmed that this game will be arriving onto mobile devices, although that won’t be happening until next year.
The Pokemon Company has pushed out an update for their Pokemon TV app on Android. The update brings one singular change to the app, albeit a pretty big one. The Pokemon TV application now supports Google’s Chromecast.
If you’re a developer, or a general technology nerd like ourselves, then you probably follow the news for things like APIs and other coding goodies. You may remember that not too long ago Apple announced that it will be using Metal starting with iOS 8, and that the next OS X version will be bringing that API to the Mac later this year. The newly released Windows 10 includes DirectX 12, which Windows Phone will soon be getting. So what about Android?
One Man Band has released a new game onto Android called The Sequence which the developer is stating takes inspiration from other challenging puzzle titles out there such as SpaceChem. With that said, The Sequence is a pretty challenging puzzle game in itself.
HyperDevBox has release a decent selection of Android games since they started doing mobile games a few years ago. Even though throughout all that time they have released only 11 games, all of them are top quality titles such as Record of Agarest War and ExZeus. Well now you have the opportunity to pick up any of their games on sale for 45% off their regular prices.
Philipp Stollenmayer has created a wonderful and brilliant platforming game called Sometimes You Die. The main protagonist in the game is a square, that navigates its way through varying puzzles and sparsely colored environments. It is not a long game, but the fun you have in the game makes it well-worth downloading. Here’s the kicker, sometimes you will have to die to get to the next level.