The murder-mystery board game classic pitting players against each other to solve the case of who murdered Mr. Boddy in the grand Tudor Mansion has come to Android devices.
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Netmarble has released the details of the 2.9.5 Marvel Future Fight update, and it is looking good.
Inspired by the side-scrolling platformers of yesteryear, indie developer Jason Cecrle has brought us an 8-bit gem reminiscent of those days with his game ReturnState.
Publisher Crescent Moon Games looks to be possibly bringing the Rossman Bros. current project, Get Me Outta Here, to Android devices.
Originally developed as a simple Gamemaker title 2010, Sakis 25 has completely rebuilt his open world western Guns and Spurs with the Unity 3D engine for mobile markets.
Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone’s fighting fantasy gamebook The Warlock of Firetop Mountain has come along way since its 1982 release. After a re-release, a board game, and even a first-person Nintendo DS version Tin Man Games took it to a whole new level after successfully funding a Kickstarter campaign to make it a tabletop video game. Once that did well on Steam, they brought it to mobile markets via iOS, but the rest of us need not worry too much as there is hope that we too may share in the glorious quest for the warlock Zagor’s treasure of untold wealth.
Just over a month ago, hot on the heels of the Ashworld announcement, OrangePixel also teased a complete remake of the 2011 platformer game Meganoid. In that span, the development has rocketed through production and already has a release date.
Marvel Future Fight’s big update last month brought us a slew of new Inhumans, as well as some new costumes related to the Monsters Unleashed comics. The upcoming 2.9.5 update has already had some teases as to what we’ll be getting.
Indie game developer Raheel Zubair’s project “Pocket Wizard” has been completed and released under the name Legend of Xeno on Android devices. This curious new isometric adventure puts players in the role of a wizard needing to solve mind-bending riddles in the form of challenging puzzle rooms.
Nexon Mobile has released their gorgeous new puzzle game on Android devices. After the End: Forsaken Destiny is a visually stunning game reminiscent of Journey by way of Monument Valley. Players take on the dual roles of a father and son, separated by time, exploring the ancient world and on a mysterious journey trying to reconnect with each other through parallel stories.