Developed by Giant Squid Studios and published by 505 Games, ABZÛ is a new adventure game that allows players to explore the vast mysterious world deep within the ocean. Featuring some impressive underwater visuals and environments built using Unreal Engine 4, ABZÛ’s art was created by Matt Nava whose previous work includes critically acclaimed titles also celebrated for their art design like Flower and Journey.
Day: August 9, 2016
Real Racing 3, published by EA, has received an update called the Evolution of Jaguar. This update brings with it six new limited-time events where players can compete for a chance to win in-game high-performance vehicles from Jaguar, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and Dodge to add to their collection.
Released by Devolver Digital, Reigns is a game where players will assume the role of a monarch (kind or cruel, it’s up to the player) who must balance the requests and needs of differing and competing factions. To further complicate matters within the game, players will see the consequences of their decisions impact the game, the further along they go.
While today’s big news with Pokemon GO was in our previous article about the new tracking system that is available to players in San Francisco, and soon everyone worldwide, that isn’t the only news regarding the popular game. In fact there are a few other tidbits that are fairly important as well.
Released by Elephant Games LLC, Just Bones is a platformer that’s now available on Android. In this game players will assume of the role of a wizard who, after watching his attempt at creating a potion go pear shaped, he is now reduced to a living, thinking skeleton.
Mobile gaming has been getting more and more advanced over the years, with games getting bigger, more in-depth, with multiplayer features and high-end visuals. Some are pretty much on point with PC and console games in most of those categories. So it isn’t surprising to find out that there is a video going around now of a very highly-detailed futuristic game being played on mobile. More to the point, it looks a lot like Destiny.
While everyone gets to enjoy the newly added Grass in Pokemon GO thanks to the update, it appears that players residing in San Francisco got a different update, making it more of a location-locked one. In this update Niantic has quietly added a new Pokemon tracking system which they are hoping will replace the old in-game radar and footprint method.