London-based developer, The Secret Police (a relatively new team) have announced their first title – an ambitious one at that – Dragon’s Watch, for mobile platforms. What makes this game unique is that it is touted as a western developed “Battle RPG”, inspired by JRPGs and intended for one-handed play – and unlike many Free-to-play titles, this game will apparently be completely playable offline.
Author: Naail Zahid
New York based Indie game developers, Interactive Monster, have launched their latest title, Cog! on Google Play store. The simplistic yet stylish puzzler can be played either in portrait or landscape layouts, and has achievements to unlock. The main objective of the title is to guide an orb to the top of a tower, using single taps to move forward.
Developed by Hong Kong based developer, Firedog Studios, who’s previous games include Cupid Bistro!! and the NeveRossa series, Astral Stairways is their latest collect ‘em all RPG.
At CES 2017, Qualcomm has officially unveiled their newest and most powerful chipset, the Snapdragon 835, along with the technical specifications regarding the powerful processor.
Spanish game developer Estudiofuture has launched the much-anticipated VR title, Fusion Wars, for the Samsung Gear store. Billed as a Multiplayer Combat Simulator the game features online co-op for up to 4 players, often tasked with combining their futuristic space combat tank into one powerful ultra-tank, in which pilots will split their roles to take the driving seat and handle the heavy weaponry of the turret.
NTT Solmore Corp, known and praised for their various dating sims released on Facebook, Mobile and PC, and for their biggest hit “Shall we date?”, have launched their latest title, Moe! Ninja Girls, on Google Play Store, which unsurprisingly happens to also be a dating sim with branching story paths and multiple endings.
Kemco, infamous for their ever-growing catalogue of mobile JRPG titles, have released the English version of yet another of their vast RPGs called Fairy Elements. While the game costs $7.99 for the premium edition, as a celebration of the title’s launch the game is available for $4.99 for a limited time, and includes 1000 In-app purchase points.
Post Brutal, an ultra-violent game from new developers, Helltap entertainment, is a 3rd person zombie Action-RPG with a combat system that is similar to some of the bigger MOBA titles that have flooded the Google Play store in recent times; featuring a leveling system complete with rewards, and upgrading/branching skills.
Categorized as a hidden object styled puzzler, the game features over “100 quests to solve in 66 stunning locations”, and over 40 puzzles and mini games to boot – so quite a handful of puzzles to keep fans playing for hours on end.
Team Funmagic, a Korean based developer, has globally released Call Of Last Agent (or C.O.L.A. as the developer puts it), a new FPS title for mobile. The gameplay is almost counter strike-ish in presentation, even having a similar graphical style.