Based on the eponymous board game, XenoShyft is a deck building game that’s now playable on Android. In this game, players will assume control of the NorTec army, specifically those that are assigned to defending a particular base which housed a mining operation that’s in search of a dangerous fuel source called Xenosathem. This fuel tends to pervert and mutate life that’s exposed to it.
Day: January 16, 2017
Dragon’s Blaze (GAMEVIL) welcomes two new Titans for you to enjoy, Atlas and Thetis. I’m not sure that they’re visually what the myths tried to encompass, but if you ally with a vivacious yet somehow pre-pubescent girl to destroy your enemies…well, they won’t be around to question you. All the details are below!
No Man’s Sky, likely the most polarizing game of 2016, is now available for Nvidia Shield gamers to play. The game is the newest addition to the GeForce Now library, and can be streamed to Shield portable, tablet, and TV devices.
The Sandbox Evolution continues it’s content update crusade. It seems like every couple weeks they’re adding new features and modes. Developer Pixowl released the Medieval update this past week, and it contains new elements and sprites to keep your custom-made world fresh.
Released by Yaloo Entertainment, Odin’s Protectors is a new RPG for Android with a theme that’s predicated on Norse mythology. What passes for a back story in this game is that Odin has built a tower to help guard against invading foes who have designs on Asgard’s conquest. Thus, players will choose one of five Aesir, and will upgrade them in order to handle the invading forces.
As you are probably well aware of by now, Nvidia announced a new refreshed version of their Nvidia Shield Android TV unit, which subsequently when up for pre-orders a few days after the reveal at CES 2017. Well if you’ve pre-ordered yours, or are just planning to order one when they become available, all of that will be happening on Monday, January 16, 2017, which is next week.
Google has gone through all of the submissions for the Google Play Indie Games Contest that was announced back in November 2016, and have finally picked out the Top 20 finalists who will move on to the next round of eliminations. Out of the 20 games selected, only 7 have yet to be released, which gives us a sort of heads up about a few upcoming games that must be titles to keep an eye out for.