MineCon 2016 is just around the corner and as of today anyone with the full version of Minecraft: Pocket Edition will be able to snap up the exclusive MineCon 2016 skins while they are available for a limited time. What’s even better is that you can grab these for free during this time period.
Day: September 22, 2016
Developed by indie game studio Variable State and published by 505 Games, Virginia is a new first-person crime thriller that casts players as rookie FBA agent Anne Tarver who is assigned with the investigation of a young boy’s disappearance in the heart of rural Virginia.
Having already been released on PC for some time, Frost is a deck building game that is now ported over to Android. In this game, players are looking to move a band of survivors that are trapped in a tundra like environment, and migrate them a set distance, to get out of the cold.
How can you make moral decisions in a world where morality no longer exists as a concept? That’s one of the big questions you’ll come up against in The Uncertain, a brand new 3D adventure now available to download on Nvidia Shield.
Released by Stone Leaf Studios, Fizz Filler is a new casual clicker out for Android. In this game, players will be responsible for keeping the machines running, that place soda into cans that are sent off for distribution. As they come down the line, players will tap on the cans so the machines will inject the soda into them.
Herocraft’s original Zombie Derby game netted the company over 8 million downloads, so it was a fairly popular game. Well the company has now released the sequel to that one, appropriately named Zombie Derby 2, onto Android today. This sequel takes everything good for the original and expands on it, including new higher quality 3D visuals.
2K Games has announced that they will be bringing their new Mafia III game to Android next month but as a spin-off game called Mafia III: Rivals. This particular version is being labeled as a battle RPG title, where you will be taking the position of boss and starting your own crime family with the goal of being the baddest around.
Fans of Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! series, of which there happens to be 3 of already, now have one more game to look forward to which will be the conclusion of the series unfortunately. Sorcery! 4 is on the way and will be landing on Android next month, and just like each new addition to the franchise, this one also has new features making their debut.