Our friends over at Gamevil have soft launched their newest title onto Android called Devilian. This particular game is being developed by Bluehole using Unity, while Gamevil will be doing the publishing end of things. If the name of this game sounds familiar, it is because it’s actually based off of the Trion-developed PC MMORPG called Devilian.
Day: November 15, 2016
Fans of Match-3 puzzlers might want to check out this new matching game. Dubbed Dale Hardshovel HD, this is a game where players are still looking to match up like objects, but it’s not on the conventional board that iterates on Bejeweled. Rather, the game utilizes boards of various shapes. Further, the boards aren’t completely filled.
BioWare, developer of franchises such as Mass Effect, have released the Jade Empire: Special Edition onto Android this morning. Published through Aspyr Media, this game takes players into the world of Chinese mythology and history, with events happening that disrupt the peaceful world an isolated martial arts school had been enjoying.
Old school game fans have a new title to look forward to snapping up next month called Retro Winter Sports 1986. Currently under development by Bitfather, and will be published by Headup Games, Retro Winter Sports 1986 is a homage to the old school sports game from back in the day that were both fun and frustratingly challenging.
Unruly Attractions is the development studio behind a rather unique game called Autonomy that is now available on Google Play. This particular game has users diving into an arcade game where you’ll be going up against past versions of yourself. In other words, this game brings a literal meaning to the phrase “You are your own worst enemy”.
Zen Studios, one of two companies that are the foremost developers when it comes to pinball games on any platform and not just mobile, have begun teasing a new game called Bethesda Pinball. As you are probably aware of, Bethesda is the company behind some very big franchises on console, PC, and mobile, such as the Fallout series.
Back in September 2016 Nintendo announced what their next mobile game would be, which is called Super Mario Run. If you happened to have missed that announcement, Super Mario Run will be a running platformer (not an endless runner) that brings back some of the older level designs from past Super Mario games.