Fans of the Pac-Man franchise have a new game to sink their time into today called Pac-Man Puzzle Tour. Unlike most other Pac-Man games though, this one doesn’t have you running around through a maze, eating dots and avoiding ghosts (and sometimes eating those ghosts as well).
Day: February 25, 2016
Nonostante Games has announced that they are looking for beta testers to try out their upcoming retro-style RPG called Aedo Episodes. This game is actually a bit more along the lines of a puzzle game than it is an RPG, although it plays out like an RPG. Each area will need to be solved before moving on to the next.
It appears that Bandai Namco have been busy little bees lately in regards to their mobile games. Today the company pushed out an update for their TCG called Outcast Odyssey which adds a few new features to the game that actually changes up the gameplay quite a lot.
PixelJam and Noodlecake teamed up back in November 2015 to bring Last Horizon over to Android. Since then it has done fairly well for itself. However today Last Horizon has received a new update that adds plenty of new content to the game, mainly thanks to the new game mode that has been added.
Ubisoft today have announced that they will be releasing another Assassin’s Creed game onto Android later this Spring. This particular game has players starting by creating (your choice between four classes) and customizing their character before heading off into the world to solve The Mystery of The Crows.
Today Webzen has announced that the second closed beta testing phase for the Western version of MU: Origin will be starting early next month. If you were lucky enough to get into the first closed beta phase last month, you will already have a good idea on what to expect with this new beta phase. Of course there will be some changes that will be new to first round testers as well.
Fans of the late Futurama show have a new game to sink their free time into called Futurama: Game of Drones. This particular game is a match-4 puzzler with a storyline added to it that features the same style of humor you’ve probably enjoyed from the TV show. If this game sounds familiar, it is because we reported on its soft launch back in November 2015.
Released by Vortex Panda Entertainment, Cyber Breaker is a new twist on the classic Brick Breaker game. Players will still look break their way through layers of blocks, but everything has gotten a modern face lift in the process. The game appears to be heavily influenced with neon tones, somewhat reminiscent of Tron, but in a way that works.
Released by Digidiced, Patchwork The Game is the port of the eponymous board game. In Patchwork, players are looking to build the best (prettiest?) looking patchwork, on a 9 x 9 grid. The board game is designed for two players, competing head-to-head, with each purchasing tiles with buttons (the board game’s currency) and “time” (an in-game mechanic that measures out how long it’ll take to finish the stitching for that piece).