A few weeks ago, Capcom announced that Megaman Mobile would be coming to Android in early January 2017. Now, that release time frame has been narrowed down to an exact date: Thursday, January 5, 2017. That’s right! In just under 48 hours, Megaman will be officially available on Android worldwide.
Author: John Garcia
Last week, Final Fantasy set out on a quest to offer great deals on its games; now, Dragon Quest joins the party. From the series pioneer formerly known as Dragon Warrior in North America, to the PlayStation 2 classic Journey of the Cursed King, every Dragon Quest game is on sale at a 30 to 40 percent discount for a limited time.
If you are an iOS gamer (wait … why are you on DroidGamers?) then you have likely already experienced the smash hit that is Super Mario Run. For those of us who prefer to play our games on Android, Nintendo has finally begun the process of letting us join in on the fun.
Qualcomm has announced via Twitter that their new Snapdragon 835 will “come into focus” at CES next week, likely meaning that it will finally provide full details on its new flagship chipset. Information on the upcoming system-on-a-chip has been scarce since its initial unveiling back in mid-November, with Qualcomm and Samsung confirming the use of the 10nm FinFET manufacturing process while providing only vague details on power efficiency and performance. A few leaks and rumors have provided additional information, such as CPU and modem types and which future phones are expected to include the SoC, but none of these rumors have been confirmed by Qualcomm.
Okay, so it’s not the Rocket League. But if the YouTube video recently uploaded by developer Zero Four Games is any indication, it may as well be. Turbo League, a Rocket League-inspired (I use the word inspired loosely) game, is coming to Android in the near future.
Yet another Angry Birds game.
Winter is officially here and with it a plethora of seasonally-themed games. Amidst the crop of current offerings is Snowball, a new pinball game from developer Pixeljam. Published on the Android platform by Noodlecake Games, Snowball takes the traditional pinball board and replaces it with a unique setting: a kid-constructed, snow-covered bobsled maze, complete with snow banks, igloos, wooden paddles, and yes, big balls of snow.
A few days ago Square Enix put its GO series of games on sale; today its JRPG library gets the same treatment. Almost every game in the Final Fantasy mega franchise is enjoying lower prices—no love for FF Tactics, unfortunately. Other well-known Square Enix role-playing games have also made the cut.
2K Games’ premium titles are among the more expensive games available on the Play Store, but starting today they are on sale at a sizable discount. Four games, which normally cost between $8-10, are currently priced at only $2.99.
Mexican teenager Rubí Ibarra Garcia has quite the problem on her hands. You see, a few weeks ago her father posted a video on his Facebook page inviting “everyone” to his daughter’s fifteenth birthday party. A few hours after it was posted, the video was shared on the region’s official Facebook page, where a few internet pranksters picked up on it, decided that the word everyone literally meant everyone, and proceeded to spread it across social media.