SuperPlus Games, which is a new game development studio made up of ex-Rovio developers, has announced their newest game for mobile devices caledd Retro Shot. This particular game will be a blend of mini golf and pinball, all wrapped up into one game. If this all sounds familiar, it should. We actually reported on this game coming to Android back in October of last year.
Day: February 18, 2016
Published by Aeria Games and developed by U9 Time, Dawn of Gods is a new strategy game that’s been released onto Android. Players are looking to establish and expand their empire, with the option of doing so at the expense of other, rival players. You will be looking to call upon the mythical deities of yore to aid your armies in achieving that end.
Back in December of last year Nexon soft launched one of their upcoming games called Medal Masters onto Google Play. Well now the company has globally launched their new RPG onto mobile devices. Since they used Prelaunch.me for pre-registration, you should be able to claim your in-game reward now too.
This just in from the Android Official Blog, the Android team has announced a couple of new features today. First, the biggest part of the announcement: the Android team announced that they will be rolling out Gamer IDs over the next few weeks. This allows players to be able to customize their public facing gaming persona, and as achievements are racked up or leaderboards are climbed, that Gamer ID is what other people will see.
One of the big additions coming to Minecraft: Pocket Edition is the inclusion of full Redstone capabilities, which can make all sorts of automated things. The basics have already been added to Minecraft: Pocket Edition, that being the Redstone itself, but the more complex items and better optimization will be coming in the next update to the game.
Square Enix and Nvidia are teaming up for a number of releases in the near future on GeForce Now
In other Nvidia GeForce Now news, Tomb Raider isn’t the only Square Enix title being released on Nvidia’s game streaming service, as both companies have announced additional titles heading our way. While only four titles were specifically mentioned, those four titles were pretty big names and Square Enix is stated that there will be even more than those four.
Nvidia just launched Tomb Raider (2013) onto their cloud-based streaming service GeForce Now, and it’s available for GeForce Now members to play for free on their Shield device of choice. In other words, it isn’t one of those games you can purchase at a premium price on GeForce Now.