While there are no shortages in ways you can wirelessly play and control your/with Android device, Brass Monkey has developed an app that will allow gamers to run games on the browser and use their Android device to interact and control their games.
Can’t wait for Shadowgun:Deadzone to hit your brand new, still has that fresh out of the box smell, Tegra 3 device? Well Madfinger Games has a treat for you impatient folks out there. On their official Madfinger Games forums, admin RAZO announced that the once iOS exclusive add on, Shadowgun:Leftover will hit the Android Market this week as an update.
Seems like Minecraft addicts also like crafting on the go. Mojang’s Minecraft: Pocket Edition reached a whopping 700,000 downloads in a span of two months. Developer Daniel Kaplan revealed in a tweet the astounding number of the combined download for both iOS and Android.
Mobile gamers eager to get additional information on Madfinger Games’ Shadowgun multiplayer serving are in luck. In an interview with PocketGamer, Marek Rubas (co-founder), shed some light on the upcoming online frag fest (yes it will include grenades) title.
It seems that Rovio has no plans in stopping the onslaught of Angry Birds for the New Year. In celebration of Chinese New Year, Rovio has released an update to their cash printing hit, Angry Birds Season, aptly named “Year of the Dragon”.
Wish you can play the latest and greatest games without the expense of overpriced hardware? You’re in luck as Google recently announced a partnership with video game streaming company, OnLive. Steve Perlman, founder and CEO of OnLive, revealed on the official Google blog, plans to bring their program to Google TV enabled devices and television.
In a fashion that would do Sharon Stone proud, Madfinger Games released a photo of their upcoming multiplayer edition of their shooter for Shadowgun, Shadowgun:Dead Zone. Details are still scarce on release date, but judging from our hands-on at CES we’ve no doubt it’s around the corner. The photo also reveals a new weapon, named Phaser.
For those unfamiliar with Indie developer Vector Unit, you might have come across their popular Android title, Riptide, GP (read our review here) and recently released Shine Runner (review here) which introduced gamers to realistic racing in incredible water physics. While starting out on consoles, Vector Unit brought the same hard hitting quality and fun gameplay to our devices.