Here at DroidGamers we try and highlight what’s important and popular, but we try to highlight what we think has potential to be as well. Warzone’s is Sigmasoft’s first Android Market release and it’s genre can best be described as a mix between 2D tower defense and tank battle. Sigmasoft’s first title is and we think it’s a perfect example of an underdone masterpiece in the works.
Super MMORPG game Pocket Legends for the iOS is now available for Android as well. Coming out of closed beta status, Pocket Legends is a 3D MMORPG with in-game purchases and even an auction/trading style system for you to get rid of unwanted gear. It’s a big game too with updates for content, quests and more all the time.
Haypi Kingdom is a free MMORPG from the iOS platform that will be making the great jump over to the Android OS in the very near future. If you have every played games like Ages of Empires, Warcraft or Ceasary, then you will already have an idea about how this game works. Another time-based game, it features deep gameplay with lots of goodies to keep you busy.
If you haven’t had your fill of the Galaxy Tablet in the news yet then you’re in luck as a double header landed early this morning regarding a new 7-inch Galaxy Tablet by Samsung which includes their new, thinner Super AMOLED screen technology. On top of that, a possible prototype of the rumored 10.1-inch version of the Galaxy Tablet was also spotted.
Ever wanted to play a puzzle game but be able to relax at the same time? Not get frustrated with the game but just simply sit back and enjoy it, almost like you were meditating? Ancient Frog provides just that. Developed by Ancient-Workshop, this award winning iOS game has made the leap from iOS and landed on the Android platform.
OrangePixel is one of the great indie game developers for Android and is usually overlooked and highly underrated. There are lots of other great indie developers out there but most get lots of press when they release something such as EVAC by Hexage. Super Drill Panic is a new game coming soon to the Android Market.
XDA – a long running online community known best for their persistence in hacking smartphones has officially prevailed over the notoriously difficult to crack HTC G2. Just a month after it’s release HTC’s complex anti-hacking software (and hardware, apparently) has been rendered useless. A full guide can be found after the break, if you don’t mind taking a 500 dollar leap of faith.
Soundfreaq makes high fidelity sound gear for new technology such as the iPhone. Their newest system comes enabled with Bluetooth so while you are watching a movie, tv, listening to music or playing games, you can actually keep your Android device in-hand wires-free and get all the good high quality sound thanks to their Sound Platform.
Mad, crazy, Chuck Norris like skill and probably drunk judging by the picture. That is what Herman the Hermit is. Developed by VisualDreams, this is a 2D platform jumping game although with how the graphics look in the preview screenshots saying that it is 2D seems a bit of a stretch. It looks a lot more 3D than 2D graphically.
Everyone who has been playing Angry Birds will be pleased with this announcement. Rovio has released the first update for Angry Birds for Android and it is a pretty nice sized update. First, the game now supports QVGA screens so anyone who owns an Android device with a QVGA screen will have proper screen support with the graphics in-game.