Released by Obsidian Entertainment, Pathfinders Adventures is the virtual adaptation of a physical card game that was released in the last few years. For those unfamiliar with the original game, players will assume one of the roles typically found in fantasy, such as rogues, wizards, sorcerers, fighters, bards, et al.
Day: April 29, 2016
Cat Simulator originally was released as a single-player title where you run around as a cute kitten who runs around exploring a massive house and outside into the gardens. There’s a variety of different cats you can play as, and even dress them up in their own outfits, should you be into that sort of thing.
Released by Game Alliance, Dino Bash is a tug-of-war style game that’s finally been released globally. This idea of this game is fairly straightforward. Dinosaurs are looking to protect their eggs, which apparently contains the “chosen one”, from the hungry cavemen nearby. The cavemen come in waves, similar to what one would see in a Plants vs Zombies format, but players will be using the dinosaurs in a much different fashion.
Released by Nvidia Shield Partners, Stealth Inc 2 is a new platformer available on Android. In this game, players are assuming the role of a clone that is desperately seeking his escape from the lab/factory, known as the PTi facility. Players will need to avoid an innumerable number of deadly traps as they attempt to clear the facilities more than sixty different levels.
It’s time for another end of the week round-up of Android games that are on sale over on Google Play. This week’s round-up has a lot of developers putting their catalog of game’s on sale, such as most of Radiantgames’ titles, 3 Minute Games with their Lifeline franchise, Playdigious with a few of their games, and more.
Almost exactly a year ago Nexon and Square Enix announced that they would be teaming up to bring Final Fantasy XI Online to mobile devices in the near future. Since then we haven’t heard too much in the way of details about this upcoming release until now, with both companies releasing the first images of Final Fantasy XI Reboot for mobile devices.
Back in the second half of 2015 we had a couple of video series going on here, one of which was called Level Up, and the other being Gamecrap. However, since the start of this year there hasn’t been any episodes released in what we are sort of dubbing as Season 2. There has been a couple of one-time releases of Gamecrap, but today basically marks the start of Season 2.
gumi inc, who already have released a few solid games onto Android such as Brave Frontier and Wakfu Raiders, have finally announced a general release date for their upcoming Phantom of the Kill RPG for mobile devices. We originally reported on this game back in the beginning of 2015 and since our last article in October, not much has been mentioned about this game’s release until now.
Released by Genix Lab, City Lines is an Android puzzler that’s received a significant update. For the uninitiated, City Lines players are looking to “connect the dots”, so to speak, within a grid that contains city like elements that need to be paired up. For example, there may be a pair of housing icons, along with pairs of waterfront, fauna, and industrial locations pair as well, all on a five by five grid.