We’ve been following the development of Bethesda’s upcoming TCG-style game, that also happens to be themed around the Elder Scrolls universe, for some time now. Well for those of you who have been keeping an eye on it as well, you’ll be happy to know that you can now pick up Elder Scrolls: Legends off of Google Play in a sort of open beta form.
Day: 19 October 2016
Every year for the past few years Square Enix Montreal has held their own game development jam session dubbed Square Jam, and this year’s event has just ended. Square Jam is a week-long event where developers work on all kinds of projects related to Square Enix titles, or completely new games, and this year there were some interesting ones to come out of the session.
Fans of pinball should take a look at this game, as it’s a new spin on the classic concept. Dubbed PinOut, this game plays like pinball does, with the flippers, ramps, controls, etc, only in this case there isn’t a machine with a backbox at the far end.
I wasn’t quite sure what to think of RETSNOM when I first saw it. It didn’t take long before it completely grabbed my time and imagination. RETSNOM is a game published by Magic Cube that is from independent game developer Somi, who lives in South Korea. He deftly balances developing games in his spare time and working a full-time job. If you have ever done that, you know it isn’t easy to do. However, what he has pulled off, is nothing short of brilliant. You need to check out this game.
Magic Cube delivers all-out action in Smashing the Battle. If you are a fan of plenty of action, and wave after wave of enemies, then Smashing the Battle is a game you may want to check out. It stars a heroine in a mech-like suit, plenty of robot enemies, bosses and an interesting narrative that drives the game. Best of all, you can download and play it now.
EA Games and PopCap games have finally released Plants vs Zombies: Heroes. We have been waiting for this one for quite a while. It is a card-based battler and has high production values. It is a great looking game and plays well too. If you are looking for a game with a fair amount of depth and enjoyable art, this is it.
Recently released onto Android, Crystal Picnic is a game that harkens back to when action RPGs had pixelated graphics and weren’t high-end 3D visuals, and happen to be more about actual gameplay.