Heroes of the Dungeon, the least imaginatively titled RPG in the world, released a new content update for their crawler this week. It’s pretty jam packed with content including two new solo chapters, a new dungeon environment within the Pyramid of Egypt, new heroes, and a World Boss game mode which will allow players over level 50 server-wide asynchronous co-op boss battles. Whew!
Day: January 17, 2017
Age of Empires has been a mainstay in the RTS world for almost 20 years now. Coming this March we’ll be able to enjoy it on our Android devices, as well. Microsoft studios has partnered with Smoking Gun interactive to deliver Age of Empires: Castle Siege. While it definitely sounds more in the vein of the rash of mobile war games, I’m hoping it will differentiate itself enough in game play to pay homage to the Franchise.
If you are looking to steal away a few minutes of time for a light bit of fun, then Pixel Jum’s mini-game Orphan is perfect for you. You play as an unnamed street urchin looking to reallocate funds from the wealthy to yourself in a pixelated Dickensian London. The game is extremely simple, you just need to scrap together enough money stolen from people for food for the day avoiding cops, thugs, and starvation.
“In a time of gun and sword, the magical stone that maintains the balance of the world is stolen by high-tech aliens. The world is hanging on a thin thread. It all depends on you retrieving the magical stone…” That’s the description accompanying Chinese based developer, ChillyRoom’s new title, launched in an open beta on Google Play.
Released by Chonobit Studios, Lunaform is a newly released arcade/puzzle game for the Android platform. In this game, players will have a collection of colored hexes set in the middle of the screen. Traveling toward these hexes, from the screen’s periphery, are stars of coral style colors.
NVIDIA’s New Shield TV release may be getting all of the spotlight right now, and that won’t be stopping with the software either. The new Android 7.0 Nougat upgrade is currently being sent out to their new consoles, and includes virtually all of the features that the New Shield TV has.
There’s a good amount of stickman style games on mobile, all of which are generally pretty entertaining. A new one is heading our way later this month called Collect or Die, and will be a hardcore platformer with plenty of blood to go along with the frustrating (yet fun) difficulty of the game.