Unity3D and their business unit, Union, announced a few games that would be available at the time of launch of the Xperia Play located in the Play store. Unity3D, however, decided to tack on a couple more titles for the first wave of games that will be available at the time of launch for the Xperia Play.
Sprint and Earth 911 have teamed up to help deal with an environment burdened by electronic (as well as other) waste. The cellphone industry as well as the rest of disposable industries are no strangers to producing waste, with us replacing our devices every 6-12 months.
You know those great gaming laptops with all the nice glowy colors and generally sporting a slightly higher price than other laptops? The Alienware laptops are what I’m referring to. Well it seems that Alienware could be working on a gaming tablet as well. If they haven’t started yet, they are giving it some serious consideration.
Tap Fish is a game that recently came out onto the Android Market (April 1st) and was developed by Gameview Studios. The game is a simulation game of sorts where you can own multiple aquariums and raise fish. Taking it a step further, you can breed fish to create other species to occupy your aquariums!
So with Pocket Legends turning 1 year old this month and the huge celebration going on which includes free access to content that is usually paid, exclusive items and a whole lot more, the crew at Spacetime Studios have released a video to help spread the word and celebrate the 1 year birthday in case detailed patch notes aren’t your thing to read.
It is time for Round 3 of the battle over Amazon’s App Store for Android and the Developer Agreement that everyone signs when registering to submit games (or apps) onto the App Store. In response to Amazon’s clarification regarding the Developer Agreement last week, the IGDA has pointed out that there is still a glaring issue at hand.
Think of a PSP with Android on it and you will basically have the initial design for a gaming platform being created by Yanko which, if it comes to light, would be a direct competitor with the Xperia Play. Granted Sony Ericsson has the backing of Sony and their Playstation games but Yanko would have the same benefit of gaming controls.
My First Trainz Set is developed by n3v Games who also develop the highly realistic and detailed train simulation game that is also coming to Android called Trainz. My First Trainz Set is a more toned down version of a train simulation game for the most casual enthusiast or someone who want to keep their kids busy for a few hours.
Roboto is an action-packed side scrolling platformer from the crew over at Fenix Fire that will be making it’s way onto Android very soon. Build with Unity3D, Fenix Fire has a graphical look similar to Samurai II: Vengeance for Android Tegra 2 devices with the whole cartoon-ish look to it but in 3D and it pulls it off just as good too.
I’m not sure if anyone out there who watches Adult Swim can actually say they don’t like Adult Swim and all of their shows, or at least a majority of them. Adult Swim also has mobile games, one of which is already out on iOS and is coming to Android tomorrow. What game is this? Why it is Robot Unicorn Attack!