The Humble Bundle PC and Android 10 sale just got a lot more interesting. It was already a fantastic deal with three games available for pay what you want and the critically acclaimed Breach & Clear and Skulls of the Shogun and Fieldrunners 2 along with the arcade classic Metal Slug 3 available for those who pay more than the average.
Author: Ian DeMartino
It was a long time coming, but the game that won the award for most immersive game at OUYA’s GameJam competition last year, is finally being released to the public.
Frima Studios games are nothing if they aren’t unique. Even from each other, each game released by them so far has been completely different from their previously released games. Nun Attack: Origins is no different.
11-bit Studios made a name for itself by turning the tower defense genre on its ear with Anomaly: Warzone Earth, a tower offense game. They followed that up with an expansion, Anomaly: Korea and a sequel, Anomaly 2 but now they are trying something different, by doing what everyone else was doing previously: a tower defense game.
If reports are to be believed, Samsung is working on its own Virtual Reality headset, designed to work with its future, not-yet-announced flagship phones, phablets and tablets. According to Engadget, who quotes “sources close to Samsung” the device is set to be revealed later this year and hopes to beat both Sony and Oculus to the market, with a lower price to boot.
The point-and-click adventure game Pahelika: Secret Legends, was released on PC three years ago and received mostly favorable reviews. It was then ported to iOS back in March and is now making its way to Android later this week.
Tower defense games are a dime a dozen, so normally their release isn’t worth a news article. However, SteamPunk Tower has a unique take on the genre, and it isn’t just that it takes place in everyone’s favorite alternate geek reality.
Value is a tricky thing when it comes to video games. For movies, books, music, and other forms of media, the price is fairly simple to understand. While the value of those things have undoubtedly changed over the years, what they provide is fairly consistent. A movie is an hour and a half to three hours. A Song is three to six minutes. A book is as long as it is thick. But video games, are different, video games aren’t so easy to define.
Normally when we report on bundles, they are of the “humble” variety. iKOiD’s latest bundle might not go to charity, but it does offer five strategy and puzzle games for $2.99 while passing on more of its profits to game developers than your average App store.
The MMORPG space is fairly crowded on Android. While there are certainly more than a few attempts that appear to be shoddy, quick cash grabs on the Google Play marketplace, there are also a go0d number of high quality 3D MMORPGs available on Android. Most of them attempt to simply shoehorn PC MMORPGs into a the mobile experience. NGames looks to be attempting something different with XenoQuest.