The latest installment into our Level Up franchise is actually an episode of a sub-series that runs under the Level Up name called Gamecrap. This is where one game is selected as the topic usually, instead of a general video game related topic like in regular Level Up episodes, and is critiqued in a gentle manner. While the game may not necessarily be on Android for each of these Gamecrap episodes, the point behind what is being said can be applied to any platform of video gaming.
Day: December 22, 2015
Kemco has been releasing video games for decades, and lately releases mostly JRPGs for Android. Much like other developers and studios, they are putting a bunch of their games on sale for Christmas. The normal pricing for these games is typically $3.99 and up, but they’re all being marked down to $0.99 for the sale, and should remain there until January 4th.
If you own one of Nvidia’s newly released Shield Tablet K1 units, and you saw yesterday’s news of the Marshmallow update arriving for that particular tablet, then you are probably aware that Fallout Shelter arrived with this particular update. Now that you have this game installed on your tablet, Nvidia is giving away some in-game goodies for Fallout Shelter players using the Shield K1 tablet.
Released by Steampunk Wizards, Whack A Geemie. Played in a similar way to Whack-A-Mole, players will seek to smack down a bunch of Geemies. What changes it around though is that you’re not haphazardly whacking anything that has the misfortune of rearing its head, as there is a spinner in the background that functions like a slot machine.
Google has decided to make giving a Chromecast as a present a little bit of a sweeter gift by making a bunch of new games available for it. The announcement from Google today outlines quite a few titles having been added to the Chromecast roaster, a lot of which are board games from Hasbro.
Telltale Games has released the fourth episode in their Minecraft: Story Mode series, which means there is just one more episode left before the story comes to a close. In case you missed our previous coverage about this episode, titled A Block and a Hard Place, this brings the Wither Storm portion of the story to a close.
Released back in May of this year on Android, and currently available on multiple platforms including the PS4, Kung Fury: Street Rage has just received a pretty big update for all version of the game. If you’re not familiar with this game, Kung Fury is a throwback to the old school brawler games where you walk down city street and beat the crap out of your enemies, or shoot them, whatever works for you.
Released by Modoc Entertainment, Spin-Circle has just been released on to Google Play. The game is very minimalist in nature, as players are controlling a single dot that can move about a single ring. Players will look to avoid incoming projectiles, typically red or blue and they come in simple, geometric shapes.
Released by Einheit B, Cavernaut is a simple steering game. Players will assume the role of a pilot who is attempting to fly a ship from the bottom of a cave, up to the service. Along the way up, players will trying to snatching up little crystals that can be exchanged for a variety of upgrades.
With Christmas only a few days away, a lot of developers have put their games on sale over on Google Play. Companies like Beamdog have put up their Baldur’s Gate series, Coffee Stain Games with their Goat Simulator series, and a lot of indie developers, all have their games on sale right now. This is a good time to pick up games you’ve been wanting to get.