Drones in general have become quite popular over the last year at least, so it really isn’t a surprise that there are games coming out featuring drones which take on different roles. In World of Drones: War on Terror, players will be using drones to take on terrorists and combat terrorism but in a much more active role, and not the usual surveillance way.
Day: February 13, 2017
OrangePixel has decided to put up six of their game on sale for the entire week in a sale called “For The Love of Games”, since this is Valentine’s Day week. For those of you not familiar with OrangePixel, this company puts out some great retro arcade/dungeon crawler type of games, depending on the franchise you’re looking at getting.
Released by LEAP SAC, Slice and Rise is an endless, casual game that’s recently been released on Android. In this game, players will assume the role of a nameless samurai who, in quite the spry fashion, tries to stay ahead of the ever escalating flames that come up from below. Players will use a simple dragging gesture, akin to the slingshot from Angry Birds, to direct where the samurai will leap to next.
Released by Anate Studio, Octave is a point-and-click horror game that’s just been ported over to Android. In this game, players will be assuming the role of an unnamed guy who is about to suffer being executed, out in the woods. Fortunately (though how much so, gets addressed in the game), players are rescued at the last moment by someone or something; divine intervention, if you will.
Joycity’s most recent game release, called Oceans & Empires, has received a rather large update which arrived last night. For those of you not familiar with this game, Oceans & Empires is a kingdom building MMO strategy game, but features naval combat instead of the usual ‘send masses of troops at enemies’ type of combat.
Released by Peter Kovac, Cubiscape is a turn-based puzzler that’s now available on Android. In this game, players will be charged with navigating levels, while avoiding obstacles and enemies. Each level is predicated around navigating board, that’s laid out like a grid (though rarely in the pattern of a square).
Kemco – the company responsible for releasing dozens of RPGs on mobile platforms – has released yet another RPG on Google Play. As is the case with many of their titles, Chronus Arc has you play as a young man (Loka) who sets out on a journey to save the planet. The ‘Chronus Fragments’ are needed to prepare for the ‘Time Rewinding’, which only takes place once every 10 years.