Yesterday we posted about Zenonia 3 already being available for Android devices in Korea. We shot a word over to Gamevil via Twitter asking if they could confirm that Zenonia 3 is indeed out and available. Sure enough we got that confirmation and we were also lucky enough to grab a copy of it! Check out the slew of screenshots from Zenonia 3.
The recently released game from Full Tilt Poker called Rush Poker has apparently been yanked off the Android Market. The game, which lets player play Full Tilt Rush Poker for real money on their Android devices, may have been the first casualty of the new rating system. The original reason was cited as being ‘maintenance’ although possible untrue.
Looks like someone was testing out the upcoming Android Playstation phone a little too publicly and someone managed to film it for a bit while the person with the phone played with it for a bit. However, we don’t get to see much of it aside from the screen which half the time is blurred by the camera guy not sitting still.
Yesterday we got tipped off by Dave who has been on Gameloft’s ass since their DRM mix up a few months back. He mentioned to us that a quick appearance of Let’s Golf 2 had shown itself on the Gameloft website in the Android section. When we went to check it out, it had disappeared. However, checking this morning, there it was!
As we mentioned last week, the Christmas version of Angry Birds was coming to Android. Well the wait is over and Angry Birds ‘Seasons’ has been released onto the Android Market. Why ‘Seasons’? Because aside from the 25 levels for Christmas, there are also 45 levels from the Halloween version we missed out on back in October.
One of our friendly tipsters has alerted us as to the brief appearance of Gameloft’s newest and hottest iPhone game, Let’s Golf 2. Does this accidental publishing mistake predate it’s release on Android through their website? I guess we’ll be seeing soon enough.
It’s about time one of those crazy Japanese game shows came to Android. Thanks to SkyZone and Fremantlemedia teaming up, we now get to have a version of the “Human Tetris” game show, playable on our Android phones. Competing teams have to force themselves through oddly shaped holes that move towards them, at least in the show.
So, we have been waiting for Zenonia 2 for awhile now and although we got confirmation from Gamevil that it will be out for Android in the coming weeks, it hasn’t arrived yet. However, interestingly enough, word is that a few lucky people out in Korea are already playing Zenonia 3! While we sit here stewing in jealousy over this, where is Zenonia 2?
News out of the Google camp today regarding the content rating system that was announced, via email to developers. Reto Meier tweeted that the system for developers is now live in the back-end of the Android Market. Developers who submit applications and games now have to submit them with a rating that will be shown in the Android Market soon.
Popular iOS publisher/developer, Artificial Life, will be bringing 30+ titles over to Android starting in early 2011. Artificial Life has made and published a variety of applications and games for iOS that have become quite popular. Some big name companies have had games published through them as well including Adult Swim, Overture Films, and more.