A young Polish indie developer named Adrian is currently making a gorgeous pixel-art one-tap platformer called Yeah Bunny. Following a release on iOS, he’ll be focusing on making a version for Android and a release on the Google Play store.
Author: Joshua Barsody
It’s been nearly a month since mobile game giant Netmarble released their 2.9 Inhumans update for Marvel Future Fight, and now they’ve teased a new character for the 2.9.5 update.
Capcom is going to continue the trend of porting over their more popular old school titles to mobile. Having already released Mega Man 1-6 onto Android, with each of those titles getting mixed reviews because of game performance more than anything else, the company has announced that four more retro games are on the way.
Ray Spark (aka Venomized Art), the developer of the fun-as-hell 3rd person shooter game Slaughter, has announced that he’s been working on a sequel! Currently, Slaughter 2 is still in early development, but it’s been revealed that in the new game the player-protagonist will this time be one of the special forces soldiers that shot at Russel (the player-character in the first installment) and is pictured below.
Indie game developer Team Terrible has ported their Ludum Dare 37 entry, Obelisk, to Android devices. With the Ludum Dare challenge of making a game around the theme of “One Room,” Team Terrible gives us the story of a warrior pulled through time to a place with the titular Obelisk.
Noodlecake is synonymous with great mobile games, and they’ve proven it yet again with developer Mantisbite’s gorgeous new retro-futuristic sci fi game Island Delta. Island Delta is an isometric action-adventure puzzle-solving game in which the two heroes, demolitions expert Baxter and tech specialist Zoe, must make their way through their nemesis, Dr. Gunderson’s, dangerous island on a rescue mission.
Developer Turbine’s tie-in to the tremendously popular Batman Arkham series by Rocksteady, has finally made its way to Android devices. Over 6 months after Batman: Arkham Underworld appeared on the iOS stores, we too can now enjoy being the bad guys in the free-to-play game combination of base management and top-down tactics by taking on the role of one of the Dark Knight’s infamous Rogue’s Gallery.
Android user don’t have to fear not being able to play the beautiful and fascinating new indie title Hidden Folks. While iOS and PC users get the game today, Android devices will be getting the game at a “later” date, which is expected to be announced relatively soon.
A new teaser site popped up courtesy of The Pokemon Company about a new mobile game called Splash! Magikarp. The teaser site displays a newspaper article discussing an investigation into a mysterious occurrence. After hearing a roaring sound in the early morning, and feeling the ground shake, a 27 year old fisherman discovered two Magikarp-shaped holes in the ground at the center of town.