No Man’s Sky, likely the most polarizing game of 2016, is now available for Nvidia Shield gamers to play. The game is the newest addition to the GeForce Now library, and can be streamed to Shield portable, tablet, and TV devices.
Author: John Garcia
Let’s face it—we all love seeing cars smash into other cars and completely demolish each other. It satisfies a primal urge in us as humans to see stuff get obliterated for no good reason other than it being entertaining. Mojo Game Studio knows this, and its newest racing game, Demolition Derby Speedway 2017, goes windshield deep in destruction and just lets you eff cars up.
Now here’s something you don’t see everyday. Google has released a new game onto its Play Store (yes, really). Although one could argue that Toontastic 3D is equal parts creativity app and mobile game, its here nonetheless, and you can get it absolutely free of charge.
If you were a regular DroidGamers reader a few years back, you might have seen a mention about a game called Gunhouse coming exclusively to PS Mobile-enabled phones. Well, this past November, Gunhouse quietly slipped under the radar and hit the Google Play store for all Android devices. Everyone can now enjoy Necrosoft Games’ delightfully quirky take on tower defense and puzzle games.
Many will fight, but only one will prevail. Make sure that your alliance is the one left standing by waging war alongside your friends in Immortal Conquest, a new strategy MMO from NetEase Games. Immortal Conquest makes an effort to innovate with a terrain-based strategic aspect that allows players to conquer every single piece of land in the game’s vast map.
Japanese publisher Koei Tecmo has partnered with South Korean giant Nexon to bring its Dynasty Warriors franchise to mobile, and has announced a limited beta exclusive to the Android platform. Dynasty Warriors: Unleashed, billed by its creators as “the return of the Dynasty Warriors legend” is currently available to install from the Google Play store.
Developer b-interaktive’s newest game, the easy-to-learn yet hard-to-master Mesmeracer, is now available on Google Play. The game challenges players to become the eponymous Mesmeracer by piloting two vehicles at once and ensuring they survive as long as possible.
Towaga has arrived and tasks players with the unenviable job of standing alone in the dark and keeping the shadows at bay. The gorgeously-designed shooter is now out on Android, and asks only one thing of players: Don’t get hit.
Publisher Armor Games is less than 12 hours away from releasing its latest game, Sonny, onto iOS devices, but it is gauging interest in bringing the cult hit series to other devices, including Android. The publisher is asking fans to “let us know what other platforms you would like Sonny to come to.”