Didn’t win some Android antennas in the scavenger hunt Spacetime Studios held when Pocket Legends for Android was released? Missed that awesome Android costume giveaway as well? Well you still have a chance! You’ll have to keep an eye on their Facebook page though for clues to where the Android is located each day.
Yesterday we posted about an upcoming tactics RPG from HyperDevBox called Spectral Souls. Sporting a ridiculous amount of content and an overall size of 1GB, we got in contact with them to get some in-game screenshots. They were nice enough to send us those along with some character art! Check it all out below!
If you like pixel art or puzzle games where you have to construct paths or objects to solve each level, then you’ll want to check out Isoball by Zattikka. Released yesterday onto the Android Market, Isoball is an isometric 3D puzzke game where you have to build a path using blocks to get the ball to roll from where it is resting, into the hole on each stage.
What do nuns and priests tell their congregation about ghosts and zombies? SHOOT THE @#$%ers dead! Er… dead-again. With grenades. In this 2D, side-perspective shooter, you’ll find yourself running back and forth, taking pop-shots at various ghouls and creeps over increasingly difficult waves.
TI just announced that while their older version of the OMAP processor, the 4430, hasn’t even made it to devices for public consumption yet, they are already working on a new 4440 processor. The two Cortex-A9-based cores can hit speeds as high as 1.5GHz, the current 4430 version tops out at 1GHz.
While we try to cover all the relevant giveaway that are happening this holiday season, the games are the good stuff to get and T3’s Appvent calendar for Android today is giving away 15 copies of NOVA HD by Gameloft. This is a great 3D FPS (First-person shooter) game that you’ll want to play on your higher-end Android device.
Motorola demonstrated an unnamed (although dubbed the Everest) prototype tablet slated for sometime in 2011 featuring a “dual core 3D processor” by nVIDIA, who preps for that growing Android gaming market with dramatically improved gaming performance, likely Tegra 2 or a later variant. It also comes with Honeycomb, Android’s tablet focused OS.
A working Honeycomb build was shown off to the public in a recent demonstration on an unnamed Motorola tablet (codenamed: Everest). It confirmed some great features that we can expect in our future Google-supported tablets.
OnLive Inc, for those of you who haven’t heard about them, is a company that offers instant gaming of major game titles to your TV, PC or Mac. While normally you would have to have these games installed on your PC/Mac or own the game for your console system, OnLive lets you play them via ‘the cloud’. The Android app turns this into a spectator sport.
Atmel maXTouch sensors are used in a lot of Android products, mostly Samsung phones. Sporting the ability to handle an ‘unlimited’ amount of touches on the screen, these are some of the best touch sensors for Android devices and make every Android gamer’s gaming experience that much better, if they are using a device with them inside.