Fable III is set to release soon and while the game itself already has a ridiculous amount of hyper already and the developers, Lionhead, are not satisfied just yet. Titled Fable III: Kingmaker, the game is an Augmented Reality game which will turn your town or city in one “big online battle” at anytime, anywhere when loaded onto your phone.
In a recent announcement on the Android-Developers-Blog Google is going to start letting developers sell apps in 20 more countries around the world, and allow users to buy apps in 18 countries. Google has said they aren’t done with international support and will have more international support ‘in the coming months’. Full list of newly supported countries can be found after the break.
Well it seems as though progress on the large scale MMORPG by Tiki Move and Faeria Studios called Runes is running full speed ahead these days. Announced a few days ago was another large update to the entire game with a slew of features we will list shortly. This update marks one of the final steps before the final version of Runes is ready.
DroidGamers does a complete walk-through of the newest HTC Sense user interface thats going to be running on the recently announced (and not yet released) Desire HD and Desire Z. Improved music application with DLNA support, a notification bound task-switcher, offline HTC locations map service, and online integration of messaging, contacts and forwarding calls right from the website are among some of the newest features.
Just a few moments ago the nice UPS man came knocking on my door. Upon opening this box (I was slightly confused as I wasn’t expecting anything) I was shocked to see one of the Limited Edition R2D2 Droids sitting inside. After staring at it for about 10 minutes in awe and surprise I did what any normal Android fanatic would do, grabbed my camera and unboxed it!
Android gamers have a few options when it comes to controller peripherals which include the Game Gripper, Wiimote support app so you can use your Wiimote with your phone to play games and eventually Zeemote will support Android in the future (it got delayed for some reason so it doesn’t support Android right now). Soon we will also have the iControlPad.
Usually we would write about a little indie Android game developer who has made it big on the Android platform with their game. However this is a bit different as it actually pertains to a major developer, Rovio. Angry Birds is already a smash hit on the iPhone, ranked #1, and we knew it would be a success on Android. Well here is just how much it is a success.
Today has been a day of behind the scenes type of work and while taking a break from said work I saw Glu mobile tweet that they had released Transformers G1! Two seconds later I was tipped off by Khuram_Moose on twitter about this as well and it comes at perfect timing as I just got a fresh Droid 2 to test and review!
It is pretty unanimous when talking about indie game developers here at DroidGamers that one of our favorites happen to be OrangePixel. Generally under-rated and often overlooked, OrangePixel has been consistently producing and releasing original games for Android that are usually both fun and high quality with their own unique style.
3D has been all the rage lately when it comes to technology news. Everything from 3D movies in your home to 3D console gaming and everything in between. Lately over the last week it has even spread into the mobile world which is great considering 3D gaming on Android would be fantastic, especially when it is glasses-free mobile gaming.