Anyone who’s ever watched The Godfather trilogy has at one point imagined themselves as a member of the legendary Corleone family. FT Games is now giving you that opportunity with the official The Godfather: Family Dynasty, which silently launched earlier this week.
Author: John Garcia
NimbleBit, developer of charmingly entertaining sim games such as Tiny Tower and Pocket Trains, has shown off a teaser trailer for its upcoming city-building simulator, Bit City. Currently available on Google Play in unreleased form, Bit City will be officially released in March.
Call it roguelite — Ludosity’s latest title can also be described as an easily accessible, pixelated roguelike game, specially designed for quick sessions. Randomhack streamlines many aspects of the genre in an attempt to deliver a better on-the-go experience.
The varied environments of Bethesda’s hit video game worlds are back again for players to explore! Skyrim province, the Commonwealth Wasteland, and the UAC research facility on Mars are re-open for business in Bethesda Pinball, the latest standalone addition to Zen Studios’ popular pinball game lineup.
Way back in December 2014, CI Games announced that they were bringing Lords of the Fallen to mobile. While they may have missed their initial target date of 2015, the game is finally hitting Android, and soon. Lords of the Fallen goes live on the Google Play store this Thursday, February 9.
What’s more exciting than creating your very own infectious disease and unleashing it upon an unsuspecting populace? Being freed from the constraints of The Man’s rules, allowing you to come up with the craziest disease scenarios possible, of course! What about watching your friends as well as strangers panic as they futilely attempt to take on those scenarios? Sounds fun as well, you say? Then the upcoming Scenario Creator for the uber-popular Plague Inc is just what the doctor recommends!
You were sick and you were tired, you said to yourself one lonely afternoon, of having to slog through masses of filler mobs on your phone just to get to the real fight. You just wanted to face off against the end-level bosses, you remarked in a low voice as you sat alone on your couch. Little did you know that you weren’t actually alone. Nexon Corporation was there, sci-fi villain-style, listening to you unleash your woes through your smartphone’s mic, but unlike a sci-fi villain, it was scrambling all of its manpower and resources to come up with a solution to help you. That solution turned out to be Evil Factory, which ensures that you skip the filler and get to the killer (bosses).
Super Mario World may still be a few weeks away from an Android release, but Nintendo isn’t letting up on its newfound momentum. The much anticipated Fire Emblem: Heroes is now out as promised, albeit in select regions only. Heroes is currently playable in Japan and Oceania, and Nintendo of Europe tweeted earlier today that the game is available in Europe as well.
Sword Art Online has finally made its way from Japan to the US, much to the delight of fans across the country. Fans of the anime series will be happy to learn that the game features the original anime plot as well as a brand new storyline just for the game, and many fan-favorite characters make appearances.
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.