Hey everyone, we’ve hinted at this over the last month and even slipped a post in here and there about it. We have been growing so fast lately and with all the gaming news happening and game releases that it’s time to pick up a couple of people to join us here at Droid Gamers. So if you like talking and writing about games and gaming, read on…
It has been over 6 months since we have seen a release from Battery Powered Games who have developed games such as Light Racer 3-D, Light Racer Elite and Wixel. However, during those 6 months they have been pretty busy developing their new game called Antigen which features OpenGL hardware acceleration, full music and sounds, and multitouch.
FightingFish Games, developers of the platform game Grave Digger, have released a new game called Elemental Galaxy. This is a match 3 of a kind type of game but with some very interesting twists. You match three elements that are the same by tapping on them at which point lines connect them and anything in the shape of those lines is destroyed as well.
Only a few days ago we talked about a new Hack N’ Slash RPG called Caligo Chaser by Com2Us. So far it’s received a large amount of positive feedback and ratings which is good to see. We were confident in that title being a popular one. Com2Us released today a Free version for you to try before you buy the full version.
A while back we posted an article about Namco’s commitment to developing and releasing games for Android devices and since then we haven’t really seen much of anything from the Namco camp when it comes to releases. However, it seems that has changed with their newest game dropping onto the Android market called The Wolfman.
I know by posting this little tidbit of news that I’m just asking for an onslaught of people posting alliance codes in the comments but this utility will be widely used by just about every player of World War by Storm8. Developer Sebastien Le Ray has come up with a nifty little app that will surely make peoples lives a little less complicated when playing this game.
Here are some tips and tricks straight from Glu’s website that should help you out in case you need a bit of a boost when playing Super KO Boxing! 2. If you haven’t read or tried this game then feel free to check out our original article about this great boxing game. Remember though, this game is an 86MB download at run time to your SD Card, so be patient!
Glu Mobile, who has produced some really great games for Android since it’s beginning, has released Super KO Boxing! 2 onto the Android market. This game features some great graphics, signature moves, and different gameplay modes and comes in two flavors: Paid or Free. The Free version, however, is actually the full game just ad supported!
GalaxIR, developed by MeryoDev, is an interesting little game which is still currently being developed. The developer has released a beta version basically. This game is like super speed Risk but instead of countries you are conquering planets as fast as you can. You start off with one planet and by the end of the game either you have all of them or you’re dead.
Fadosoft has been hard at work updating their game, Gravity Fights. While most users found the game to work perfectly, some, such as myself, couldn’t get things to move. Whether this was a fault of my own or of my N1, Fadosoft worked on the controls of the game. After playing it for a bit longer, the controls have been greatly improved it seems.