Fans of Plants vs Zombies may want to check out a new game released by Unity3D Dev. Dubbed SWAT Force vs Zombies, this game has a very similar format to the Plants version that everyone is familiar with, but has a militarized flair instead. As one might expect, this game is predicated on the idea of keeping zombies from reaching the opposite side of the screen.
Day: February 21, 2017
Indie developer REDEgg has released their first game for Android called Rogue Castle. This game is sort of a mix between dungeon crawler and platformer, along with roguelike content and an overall retro feel to the visual. In other words, if you’re a old school game fan, you’ll probably want to check this one out.
Kool2Play, the developers behind the recently released Estiman title, have released their newest game onto Android called Nice Slice. This is a more casual arcade game that is all about trying to slice stuff into smaller pieces. The smaller the pieces you end up cutting, the higher the score you get.
Good platformers are far and few between these days, especially on mobile devices. Untame Games, however, have their anti-platformer title Mushroom II in the works and now the game has a solid release date, with that being March 9th, 2017.
Released by SharkLab Mobile, Triad Battle is a new card game that’s been released on to Android. In Triad Battle players will face off over a board that’s a 3 x 3 grid, and attempt to gain control of the board. This is decided when one of two events occur.
Released by Gray Giant Games, Archer Dash 2 – Retro Runner is an endless runner that calls back to older games, judging by its faux 8-bit visuals and chiptune sound track. In this game, players will assume the role of an archer, who is looking to either jump over, or shoot and destroy, obstacles that are in the way.
Released by DreamOn Games, Neon Drive is an OLD school looking endless runner. Like others in the genre, players are simply tasked with seeing how far they can go, without running into a hazard of sorts. The game’s controls are very simple, in that players can swipe in any of four directions (up, down, left, and right), to allow themselves to pass by the boxes that they would otherwise run into.
Alto’s Adventure was a gargantuan hit on mobile devices. I am sure many of you probably still have the game on your device. The game balanced aesthetic beauty, fun and challenges with ease. It is one of the few games that got just about everything right. If you enjoyed Alto’s Adventure, you will be glad to know that the journey continues this Summer, with Alto’s Odyssey.