Gameloft’s Dragon Mania Legends title has been updated with a bunch of new content for players to work their way through. On top of that, the game has had a bunch of new dragons added to it as well. There is also one other addition that changes up the gameplay greatly now.
Day: August 13, 2015
Currently in development for PC, Block’hood is a rather interesting looking vertical city builder that may also end up coming to mobile tablets soon. It all depends on how successful the game ends up when it is released for PC. So if it doesn’t do good, we may not see it hit tablets, which would be a real shame since it looks like a lot of fun.
Released by CraigEatsCrayons, Dinofour is a platform adventure game that has just been released onto Google Play. Within Dinofour, players will seek to reclaim the dinosaur eggs that have been lost, and can be found at the end the levels, of which there are more than seventy, spread out over three different worlds.
Originally developed during the Toronto Game Jam in 2013, Knight & Damsel from MK-Ultra has been in development since then, but it look like it will finally be getting released onto PC and the Ouya console. Knight & Damsel seems like a pretty fun game, especially since it is an ‘un-cooperative’ multiplayer title.
Niantic Labs, the group behind Ingress and Field Trip, are now becoming independent from Google, likely stemming from Google’s restructuring into a subsidiary of Alphabet. They have sent out emails to users indicating not only that Niantic is now it’s open company, but also that they are to receive a transfer of information.
While DeNA may be busy with a lot of Nintendo related things these days, the company still has time to push out new games onto Google Play. Their newest release is Blood Gate – Age of Alchemy which is a blend of puzzle gaming, RPG, and real-time combat all rolled into one title.
Adult Swim Games has announced that the next installment into their Monsters Ate My franchise will be landing on mobile devices on Thursday of this week. This new game is called Monsters Ate My Metropolis, and like the name suggests, players will be destroying whole cities with giant hammers and other fun items.
Nvidia has been busy it seems as alongside the two new games that have arrived for the company’s brand of devices, five additional games have also officially received support for Android TV today, specifically the Shield Android TV.
Nvidia has released two new games for their Shield brand of devices. This first game is from Tripwire interactive called Killing Floor: Calamity, while the second title comes from Tasharen Entertainment and is called Windward. Both games also support Android TV, specifically Nvidia Shield Android TV.
Games Workshop has teamed up with developers Pixel Toys to make a new Warhammer 40K game for mobile devices. Officially called Warhammer 40K: Freeblade, this will be a very different type of Warhammer 40K than we have seen for mobile devices so far.