Welcome to the wonderful world of llamas, mountains, and adventures. That’s right! Noodlecake Studios has finally released Alto’s Adventure onto Google Play after a pretty nice wait. For those of you not familiar with this game, Alto’s Adventure is all about traveling across the Alpine mountains and hills on a snowboard.
Day: February 10, 2016
In other Walking Dead news, a different game under the same franchise has received a new episode today in an update. The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land today received Episode 13: The Factory, which is apparently the toughest episode to get released to date. This means you will have plenty of tough enemies to deal with.
Released by Three Brothers Games, Tower in the Sky is a new RPG for Android. Players will lead their heroes into the eponymous tower, in order to face “an ancient enemy”, whose remnant has survived the ages and again seeks to retain its supremacy. Within this game, there are 38 pages of dialog of storyline to work your way through.
Released by GrogShot Games S.L., Clicker Pirates is a new tapping game for the Android platform. In this game, players are looking to become the most famous pirate of all time. Heroes need hiring, monsters need mashing, and there are hundreds of treasures and magical artifacts to be collected.
Released as a collaboration by Hasbro, Backflip Studios and Space Ape Games, Transformers: Earth Wars is coming soon to Android. The gameplay will be real-time strategy game that is set to feature the more iconic characters from the franchise. We should be able to expect the likes of Optimus Prime, Megatron, Starscream, Grimlock, Ratchet, Bumblebee, and others all making an appearance in this game.
Telltale Games’ upcoming mini-series The Walking Dead: Michonne is something we’ve reported on a couple of times already, having been keeping our eye on its development. Well it looks like Telltale Games is finally close to being ready to release this little series onto the world as they have finally announces a premier date for it.
Back in June 2015 we reported on DotEmu who has announced that they would be bringing the second installment into the Ys Chronicles franchise to Android in the near future. Well today is that ‘near future’ as Ys Chronicles II is now available for Android devices on Google Play.
Over the holidays Square Enix sneakily released a new video on their Japanese YouTube channel for Final Fantasy IX. Normally this wouldn’t be a massive big deal except for the fact that this trailer is actually for the mobile and PC version of Final Fantasy IX. That’s right, Zidane and friends will be arriving onto smartphones soon.