Released by Valve, Half-Life 2 is an icon of voodoo gaming as a whole, not just its genre of First-Person Shooting. The game is available for weekday I believe is anything running Nvidia’s SOC, and outright requires a controller to play. Never having played a Half-Life game before, I was quite excited at the opportunity. I’ve spent the part few weeks playing through this game, and this is my review.
Day: February 8, 2016
Released by Positive Jet, Crystal Stacker is a new physics based puzzler for Android. The goal of this game is simple, which is to see how high a player can build a tower with the materials provided for a given level. The game includes 75 different levels that are spread out over three distinct worlds.
Google initially released their Cardboard VR headset as an example of Virtual Reality and Android working together. Now reports are coming out that the company is working on a new VR headset that will actually take the form of a true VR headset, instead of a piece of folded cardboard.
Indie developer John William Evelyn has released his first game onto Android called A Skyrocket Story. This is a pretty unique game featuring hand-drawn art that has come alive and where you control a little rocketship that is flying endlessly through space.
DreamSky Entertainment created the vivid and popular game League of Stickmen. The latest game they help bring to Android is colorful too, but without all of the action to be had in League of Stickmen. Lost Journey is a well-nominated and award-winning puzzle game that is available to download in the Play Store. It has enchanting music, intriguing puzzles, and a story that will keep you engaged.
Craneballs Studios is known for their action games. Their most popular is probably the Overkill series, followed by the Gun Master series. Their latest release has taken them in a different direction. Splash Cars is all about painting the town… literally. You hop in your car, step on the gas, and let the colors fly. It is an entertaining game and you can download it now in the Play Store.
Who doesn’t love Gnomes? Aside from being an unusual character for a game, Qubic Games and Chillingo have chosen to create a side-scrolling platform game starring a Gnome. The game is colorful, varied in game play, and tough as nails. Guess what? I like it. Some games stray away from making games in the upper tier of difficulty. That is not the case with Geki Yaba Runner. It is tough, but it is rewarding. A jumping, bouncing and floating Gnome collecting socks, should not be ignored.