Herocraft has been around a long time making and publishing mobile games with plenty of hits under their belt already. Generally most of their games are pixel art graphics with unique gameplay although they have dabbled in 3D a little bit. Protoxide: Death Race shows us that Herocraft is stepping up their game.
There have been some changes as of late to games that were scheduled to be released this month. A few of them have been pushed back to an August release instead of July. Generally this is due to final testing, bug fixing and all that good jazz developers have to do with their games.
“TNA iMPACT” (By Namco) is a clear throw back to the Nintendo 64 wrestlers of the late 90’s, like “WCW vs. NWO” and “WWF No Mercy”. Many regard those titles as being some of the best wrestling games ever made. Does “TNA iMPACT” live up to its obvious influences? Not really… but it is a step in the right direction.
Matt Biviano is 27 year old EMT from NE Ohio, a huge Android enthusiast and gamer who now writes game reviews for DroidGamers.
Gameloft has officially added support for another Android device, this time being the Droid Charge. Gameloft has taken their time when it comes to adding more devices to their list but it is good to see at least one new one has finally made the cut for being supported.
Rusty Hearts by Perfect World is a very artistic action/MMORPG game that focuses heavily on the action part when it comes to actual combat. We were waiting on publishing this article so we could give you, our readers, a chance to win beta keys into the closed beta that starts July 27th!
Glu Mobile has finally released the mobile version of DJ Hero onto the Android platform. The gameplay is fairly similar to the actual Wii version, with some slight adjustments for mobile devices and you do get 13 full length tracks right off the jump when you buy the game.
While word is spreading about EA’s Flexion Store that we mentioned yesterday in are article about D.A.R.K being available for the Xperia Play, others have dug up more information on what exactly the EA Flexion Store is. As it turns out, it could be their new little Android storefront.
We are unsure just yet if this is a UK-only release or if everyone is able to grab this but EA has released D.A.R.K for the Xperia Play. It’s a little tricky to find but we have where to get it if it is indeed available for everyone. Either way, it is a great looking shooter/RPG game.
We don’t know whether this makes us happy to see a game with graphics like this and such unique gameplay that could be possible or sad that we may never get to actually play this game but one thing we do know is this: This is one wild looking parkour game for Android.