One of the two main cross-platform social gaming platforms has received a pretty big update. After listening to developers and user feedback, Scoreloop has released version 2.0 of their SDK. Developers can now add even more features to their games and users have a lot more options available to play around with.
Pocket Legends is a game we’ve been following for a while here on DroidGamers and we’ll tell you why – It’s a deep 3D MMORPG with lots of levels and it’s for our favorite platform, Android. What more is there to say really? Other than it being free to download straight from the market and play of course! Full review coming in the next couple weeks.
Stuff…who doesn’t like stuff, especially when it is free! It is even better when it can be an application or game for your Android device. Appitalism is a new site where users can discover great games and applications across multiple platforms such as Android, iPhone, Symbian as well as social network games from Facebook, MySpace and more.
Just after writing the previous post regarding NOVA 2 game art I happened to spot an interesting tweet that mentioned there would be no Angry Birds 2 by Rovio. While this may be a bit confusing considering what Rovio CEO, Peter Vesterbacka, said at the Virtual Goods Summit the other day, it could mean a couple things.
Some gamers like to read ahead regarding the storyline of upcoming games while others enjoy experiencing the storyline of a game they are playing first hand, while actually playing the game. I fall into the second group of people but I do enjoy seeing concept art. Gameloft’s upcoming addition to the NOVA series of games just had some great concept art released.
I know that a lot of people have been wanting to see this game make its way to Android and now their requests have been answered. Developer Pelya who brought us OpenTyrian has now ported over OpenTTD to Android. OpenTTD is an open source clone of Transport Tycoon Deluxe which most people would argue is better then the actual original game.
Samsung Galaxy Tablet, the first real Android tablet? While a lot of other companies have released tablets using Android, the Galaxy Tablet has so far been considered the real first tablet. Available on multiple carriers, this 7″ tablet is available with or without contract. Verizon just dropped one off on our doorstep so we did what any good site would do, recorded myself unboxing it!
Qualcomm has seen tremendous success with their implementation of the high-end ARM Cortex architecture – Snapdragon. Earlier in the year many Android phones have launched with their first generation Snapdragon chips and today they’ve announced a major leap forward, bringing greater efficiency and nearly 5 times the performance to mobile gaming and tablet devices.
Our friends over at Spacetime Studios, developers of the first cross-platform 3D MMORPG for Android called Pocket Legends, just sent us some great news. Pocket Legends for Android is now officially launched, meaning it is now out of beta status! Not only that, to celebrate this milestone, Spacetime Studios made a little video with some Android ownage, enjoy!