You may have seen this sort of puzzle included in other games such as in some of the levels in Aporkalypes. Quell is a sliding puzzle game that has been pretty well received on iOS and now the developers, Fallen Tree Games, are bringing it over to Android as well. Get your thinking caps on.
The news that Kairosoft, the studio behind the marvelous Game Dev Story, was going to release a follow-up couldn’t have found happier ears than mine. I had whiled away many an hour trying to create a best-selling fictional video game on my tiny phone display while real-world Triple-A titles lay untouched by my 360 just across the room.
The time has come, dual-core beasts are slowly trickling in the market. Its just too confusing which on to choose. For an average user, finding the best of the best phones and tablets in the market is hard. So let the DroidGamers help you. Here is a rundown of the current dual-core chipsets currently out.
Amazon’s free game today on the Amazon App Store for Android is a bubble popping game called Aces Bubble Popper. This is your typical bubble popping game where you pop groups of three or more of the same color bubbles except there is a twist. There also happens to be three different game modes to mix things up a bit.
A few days ago we reported on a preview that Hexage released regarding their new up coming game. Due to the URL the image was hosted in, we were able to guess that the name of the game was Robotek. Sure enough it is and Robotek is a unique game blending turn-based and team fighting gaming genres.
One game we have been playing a fair amount of is a great water-based racing game called Riptide GP. This game is developed by a two-man group called Vector Unit who were responsible for bringing a great water racing game to the XBox Live called Hydro Thunder Hurricane. Now you can have console-quality water racing on your Tegra 2 device.
Back during GDC 2011 we got to try out an incredible train simulator that would be arriving on Android called Trainz by N3V Games. This is the same company who developed the more casual train simulation game called My First Trainz Set which is currently available on the Android Market for Tegra 2 devices as well.
Speaking of Backbreaker Football, NaturalMotion Games has just launched part two of the Backbreaker series. Backbreaker 2: Vengeance bring with it more hard hitting football action but this time, instead of being the one dodging tackles, you are the one doing the hard hitting. Time to dish out some punishment!
If you ever enjoyed playing the actual physical game called Jenga, you will be happy to know that there is now an official version of the game available for your Android device. Wrapped in nice 3D graphics, Jenga was developed by the same team who made Backbreaker Football, NaturalMotion Games. Time to practice delicate touches on your Android phone.
If you haven’t gotten enough of a fix for GTA-style games from Gameloft, then you will be pleased to know that they are releasing another one, called 9mm, soon onto compatible Android devices. There are a few differences between 9mm and the Gangstar series, both of which are similar to GTA console games.