Square Enix drops another classic today with the release of Tomb Raider II. Starring Lara Croft, players will be seeking out the famous Dagger of Xian, which is believed to posses the power of the dragon. Unfortunately for Laura, she’s not the only person seeking the dagger. She’ll be facing crazed cult members, warrior monks, as well as going up against a variety of hazards such as yeti.
Day: 29 October 2015
It is almost Halloween and while the world dives into urban legends, scary costumes, and a lot of candy, the video game industry has also experienced their fair share of urban legends as well. You may or may not know this but Pokemon is one franchise that actually has an urban legend attached to it.
Yesterday’s DroidGamers Daily Deal was all about learning to develop for Android through examples, having built 10 full functioning real world applications by the time you’re done the entire course. When you strike out on your own after that, you’ll have a better idea on how to code applications for Android. While coding is an important aspect to building an application (or game for that matter), design is also equally as important.
Very interesting news today, especially if you’re a fan of the Sci-Fi themed franchise Titanfall. Nexon and Respawn Entertainment (and Particle City) have announced today that they have teamed up to develop and publish a series of games that will be based off of the Titanfall universe. One thing both companies made abundantly clear is that there will be several titles and that they will all be new and original games.
Developed by WayBefore and released by Fingersoft, Fast Like a Fox is a platformer that’s just been released on Google Play. The idea of the game is simple: players will assume to role of a fox, and looking to complete the levels as quickly as possible, while collecting coins and gems along the way.
Nvidia has launched a trio of spine-tingling new games this week on GeForce NOW, its cloud-based game streaming service that allows Android gamers to play full PC game releases on Nvidia’s Shield family of devices including Shield Android TV, Shield tablet and Shield portable.
Earlier this month we reported on a new arcade game coming from Mugshot Games called Digfender. When we originally reported on this game, the release date for it was November 5th. Unfortunately that date is no longer good as the game’s release has been delayed. The good news is that the delay isn’t a long one.
Another major title has received a Halloween update and this time it is for NetMarble’s Marvel Future Fight game. This new update brings with it some new characters, new costumes, a new Event Stage, a new Alliance battle and more. For a Halloween themed update, this is one of the bigger ones we’ve seen so far this year.
Yesterday we reported on Nintendo and the fact they were going to hold a press conference this morning to do two things. First, the company was going to elaborate on their financials they recently just reported on for their second quarter. Secondly, they were going to debut and talk about their first mobile game.
Back in August of this year we reported on a rather cool device called the Touchjet Wave. What this device does is turn your current HDTV into a giant touchscreen Android tablet basically. One of the issues some people pointed out was that this would lead to a ton of finger prints on your TV, especially with kids, even though you don’t actually have to touch the screen for it to register as a tap. Well it looks like Touchjet decided to make a new device that solves this problem called the Touchjet Pond.