G2A.com is a website that mainly deals with getting PC games for a lot less than retail cost. They haven’t done much else than that aside from offering a few smaller services. So it is interesting to see the company announcing a Virtual Reality game for the Oculus Rift which will be coming in the form of an amusement park.
Day: December 7, 2015
Released by Alien Tree, A Snow Fort Too Far is a combat game now released on Android. The point of the game is for the player’s army of children needs to defend their neighborhood against an invading army of the same. Players will have four types of snow-ball soldiers at their disposal, with all four being upgrade-able in different ways.
Roughly a little over two years ago, Microsoft mentioned that their popular RTS franchise Age of Empires would be seeing some mobile love soon. Then it all went quiet about the mobile version’s release… that is until now. Age of Empires: World Domination has soft launched onto Android (and iOS) in select countries.
Released back in April of this year, Asobimo’s mobile MMORPG called Izanagi Online has received an update that brings with it a bunch of new goodies for players to check out. News features range from a new Pets system to a whole new classes for players to check out and level a new character up as.
Sleepy Z Studios and their rather popular Ski Safari 2 game have broken the 7 million download mark since its release in September 2015. That is, of course, across both Android and iOS. Still, 7 million+ downloads is a pretty good number either way. To celebrate this, Sleepy Z Studios are planning to release a holiday themed content update tomorrow for Ski Safari 2.
Previously part of Google until the company restructured into Alphabet, Niantic Labs is responsible for the rather popular location-based game Ingress, and the upcoming Pokemon GO game in partnership with Nintendo and The Pokemon Company. Things seem to be going good for Niantic Labs as they have quietly opened up a new studio over in Japan.
Rayark, oh Rayark…How we appreciate thee! Yes, I am sure you know by now that I am the resident Rayark fanboy at DroidGamers. Nope, there is no shame there, as they produce high-quality games. Recently, we were informed that they have quite a few things going on including Deemo 2.2, but also, a new game called Voez. This game looks to be just as fun and challenging as Deemo and Cytus.
Ever heard of a little game called Maestria? Well, if you haven’t, you may want to look into it. It obviously has some influences from that popular game called Monument Valley. This game is just as visually stunning, and it actually has some really interesting puzzles to figure out. Whereas in Monument Valley you were encountering visual weirdness, this is a whole different take, based on what you hear… and see.
My first encounter with BOB Games was earlier this year, when I posted a story about their upcoming game, Run Postman Run. I have been eagerly awaiting the release of the game on Android. No word yet on when that will be released, but surprisingly, I came across a video of Splasheep not too long ago. Only to find out that it would be appearing in the Play Store the next day. Splasheep looks just as fun as Run Postman Run will certainly be, and you can play it now on your mobile device.
There are quite a few fishing games in the Play Store. Most of them haven’t really held my attention for long. Mobirix’s Fishing Hook is another story. Yes, it is free to play, but don’t let that stop you from trying out this game. In short order, take the bait. This game is good. It is fun, free, easy on the eyes and simple to play.