Originally released back in 2014 on PC and Steam, Villagers & Heroes is a fully-fledged MMORPG which is now available for mobile as well, thanks to the release of its new Android version. When we say fully-fledged, we mean exactly that, with all of the features you would expect a PC-based MMORPG to have but now available on your Android device.
Day: 26 October 2016
Snail Games has pushed out their newest update for the company’s Age of Wushu Dynasty MMORPG called the Overlord Takedown update. This is actually a fairly big update, adding a whole new school to the game, a new PvP arenas, Guild War mode, and a lot more.
Gameloft has released their newest title onto Android today, which also happens to be a zombie apocalypse game called Zombie Anarchy. This particular title is an online strategy game where players are trying to find survivors of the zombie apocalypse while trying to survive themselves.
With the Doctor Strange movie hitting theaters in a couple of weeks, it is no surprise that some Marvel games are getting updates featuring Doctor Strange, and Marvel Future Fight is one of those games getting said update. This update will bring a variety of different items, characters, and new gameplay to Marvel Future Fight, all of which is themed around Doctor Strange.
While non-mobile platforms and gamers are happy at today’s announcement that Episode 3 in Telltale Games’ Batman series is now available for them to play, mobile gamers can finally start playing the game now as well with the arrival of Episode 1: Realm of Shadows onto Android.
Last month, we covered the release of a game called Mine Colony. In the last several weeks, the game has received a bit of an overhaul. For those unfamiliar with the game, it’s a side scrolling game that focuses on building, crafting, and survival, with a Minecraft feel to the graphics and setting of the game.
It was nearly a year ago that I reviewed Space Marshals, a dual-stick shooter released by Pixelbite. To my elation, I found out that the sequel we’ve previous reported on already has an open beta going on Google Play. In terms of how the game plays, this one appears to follow in the footsteps of its older brother.
Borderlands is a well established gaming franchise, focusing on first person shooting with some RPG elements. It uses the cell shading that it’s well known for, along with quirky humor. When it was announced several months ago that it was being ported over to Android, on Nvidia hardware to be specific, I was thrilled, having enjoyed both the original as well as the sequel. This game is easily as good as the others, though my experience playing it wasn’t.