OnLive has slowly been making moves to invade the Android gaming arena with it’s game streaming service. Yesterday during Uplinq 2011, they announced the Universal Wireless Controller. With this, you can play any of their games on any device that supports OnLive which includes Android tablets and phones.
Halfbrick, developers of the hugely popular Fruit Ninja game, have released another one of their very successful iOS games onto the Android Market. A lot of people have been waiting for this game to be released since we posted about it coming to Android soon. Now, Age of Zombies has arrived!
It seems as though Konami enjoys taking the road less traveled and instead of advertising all over the place that they have released a game, they are more than happy to just release it quietly. This time it comes in the form of the 1992 classic game X-Men. Time to kick some villain ass we think.
Back during CES 2011 we got to take a look at Toshiba and their offering for the Android tablet market. This 10.1″ beastly tablet was one of our favorites out of the entire show back then. Over the past few months since CES, there really hasn’t been a whole lot of info aside from official specs released.
This week in World of Midgard development news contains a few more videos. We have two videos of two more bosses in-game, which there seems to be a lot of although we aren’t complaining. We also have a walkthrough of another dungeon as well so sit back and relax and enjoy the videos.
Infinite Dreams has a new game in the works called Jelly Defense. This will be the third installment in the ‘Jelly’ series of games with the previous two, Jelly Chronicles and Jelly Invaders, having seen good success on iOS. Jelly Defense though will also be landing on Android shortly.
Burn the Rope is a new game that just arrived on the Android platform where your goal is to find the most efficient way to, well, burn the rope. While this seems relatively easy, you will quickly learn that it is, in fact, not easy at all since the flames on the rope only move upwards, not downwards.
There is nothing quite like sitting down with a relaxing cup of coffee and beginning your domination of the galaxy. Build your infrastructure, develop technologies, and unleash your fleets of DOOM upon the galaxy in this complex space-themed RTS. How quickly can you queue?
We saw these tablets previewed back during CTIA 2011 by Samsung and now the wait is almost over if you’ve been wanting one since then. Samsung is getting ready to release their 10.1 dual-core Android tablet onto the market for public consumption starting June 8th in New York City.
One feature that is missing from the Xperia Play is an HDMI port which we have always found to be somewhat of an interest item to be missing. Considering that the Xperia Play is essentially a game controller with a small screen, one would think the ability to stream games to the big screen via HDMI would have been included.