Released by Vblank Etnertainment Inc, Retro City Rampage DX is a brawler that’s recently been released on to Android. In this game, players will assume the role of a thug who’s looking for work, and referred to as “The Player”. This begins in the city of Theftopolis, back in 1985, with The Player’s first job being a henchman for an organized crime outfit, which lasts until a particular bank robbery goes south.
Day: December 16, 2016
Developer Esayitch released his throwback platformer this week, “Tower of the Wizard”. It’s an easy-playing homage to the Nintendo Gameboy side-scrollers of the early 90’s. The game is done in an 8-bit style which we’ve all become very accustomed to seeing on the play store lately.
Nitrome has announced the return of their stretchy dachshund Silly Sausage with his uniquely talented puzzle-solving skills. After his adventures in Meat Land, he’s set his sights on sweeter locations for Silly Sausage: Doggy Dessert.
Have you ever wanted to see how it feels to be good old Saint Nic, well now you can! With the festively-themed Jolly Run, you get to control Santa Claus, because your sleigh has crashed and it’s up to you to keep the children from seeing their presents.
Yesterday Oceanhorn finally landed on Android much to the happiness of a lot of mobile gamers. In this game, players will assume the role of a young boy whose father has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. There are a pair of clues left behind though: a necklace from the boy’s mother, and a journal.
Who knew cute little cubes could jump? They most definitely can in Microcube, a new endless runner from Beijing publisher ZPLAY. Endless jumper would be a more appropriate description, as jumping is exactly how you will be guiding your tiny hexahedron friend through a never-ending, side-scrolling world.
The highly popular Stickman Base Jumper is gearing up for it’s much-anticipated sequel. The original was released over four years ago and has been downloaded over 20 million times. Stickman Base Jumper 2 brings all the original free falling antics which made the first game so popular, and improves on it with more challenging levels and a ton of different parachutes, suits and jump styles to unlock.
If 2016 has taught us anything its that its good to be the bad guy. I was able to spend a couple of hours playing the newest Free to Play Strategy RPG, Super Villains War: Lost Heroes, and I walked away thinking that after more time with the game, developer CJKE could have a hit on their hands. Unfortunately, any good experience I could have possibly had, was marred by an long, drawn out, tutorial which is un-skippable.
Square Enix ltd. has a GO! Sale on the play store. Deus Ex GO!, Lara Croft GO!, Hitman GO!, and Hitman Sniper are all heavily discounted. These games have been seen on sale from time to time, but rarely will you find them on sale all at once. Currently you can get 4 games for the regular price of one of them.
Qurius is an interesting title. While still in beta, it offers a new take on the god-like creation games out there. Qurius actually uses your location and GPS systems to translate your actual weather to in game actions. In Qurius, you are tasked with saving a mysterious world from its imminent destruction.