Yesterday we mentioned that Noodlecake was finally going to be publishing RAD Boarding onto Android. We actually originally went hands-on with this game earlier this year during GDC 2015, so it has been in the works for some time now. Developed by Other Ocean Interactive, and published by Noodlecake, RAD Boarding is a side-scrolling arcade game which takes place in a world where the apocalypse is actually happening at that moment.
Day: October 15, 2015
Google has continuously tinkered with Google Play’s layout on both the web via your browser and through the Google Play application. All of it, for the most part, have been changes for the better in how everything looks. If you are finally used to Google Play as it is, you’ll be happy to know it will be changing again.
Today’s DroidGamers Daily Deal is an entire bundle of courses that will teach anyone interested in making games how to do exactly that. This is a bundle of courses, all of which are the hands-on type of learning. So you will be learning how to code by actually making games within Unity3D.
Fans of Tin Man Games and Warhammer 40K have been waiting for the release of Tin Man Games series of gamebooks based in the Warhammer 40K universe since it was announced back in August of this year. Well the first book in the series has finally arrived onto Android and is called Herald of Oblivion.
Square Enix today has announced that their Lara Croft: Relic Run game has broken the 10 million downloads mark across all platforms its available on. To celebrate, the company has pushed out a new content update that brings with it a new stage, vehicle, weapons and more.
Recently Google did that corporate restructuring of all their companies, creating a new top-tier company called Alphabet. When that happened, Niantic Labs actually was removed from being owned by Google, becoming their own true entity. Today the Ingress developer has announced that they have received funding to the tune of $30 million from Google, The Pokemon Company, and Nintendo. It is a pretty interesting mix.
YouTube Gaming has been updated with the feature we have been waiting for, which is direct mobile game streaming from your Android device to YouTube Gaming. Not only does this make our lives way easier when it comes to streaming gameplay to you, our readers, but it also means anyone can stream as long as they have Android 5.0 or higher.
PolyBlast is an arcade shooter that’s coming soon to Android. The gameplay is akin to the classics, such as Galaga, where players fire projectiles upward from the bottom of the screen. The goal of the game is to eliminate the various geometric patterns that are creeping downward from the top of the screen.
I came across a video of Cloud Chasers a few weeks ago and I was really impressed. Delving a bit more into the story behind the game, I became even more intrigued. The good news is that this game is coming to Android and iOS soon. How soon? It releases in a couple of days, on Thursday, October 15th.
Gamers are used to developers crying foul when a game is pirated by users, but in an odd turn of events, independent developer, North Pole Command Centre Limited, was the victim of another developer rather than consumers. According to a forum post by a Reddit user with the screen name, “funkst2002,” Amazon denied their submission for their game, Pocket Wrestling. Having previously published the game to Google Play, the user was confused by the rejection, inspiring them to conduct an investigation of their own.