Well after taking two days off for Easter it’s time to dive right back into things and what better way to do that then to showcase some updates to some big gaming titles. We also got some major announcements to make today although I’ll save that for a post a little later. For now though, these games just got updates so if you have them, go get your updates!
Jelly Risker by developer Free4Android is a Nintaii style puzzle game but more cartoon-like. The description on the market lacked a whole lot, in fact it was two words and no screen shots but curiosity got the better of me and I downloaded it onto my Nexus One. It’s actually a pretty fun little game. I have no idea if this is a port of another platform.
It wasn’t easy to pick our new featured game this round as there was a few excellent titles recently released such as Zenonia, Mystique 3, Tower Raiders and… Continue reading
By mass I mean quantity and developer Yongzh who has developed an emulator for many console systems for use on our Android devices has just dropped an update to every single one of them. Yongzh was one of the first people to bring emulators to Android and they still remain the best so far to date.
Pocket Empires, developed by Pocket Play, is a MMO-strategy game where you build your empire, conquer others, capture creatures and expand your domain. You have two countries to choose from on the Beta server with another server coming soon. This is your standard strategy game where you build and conquer but with nice graphics and some animation too.
For anyone who knows me, they know I talk to a lot of people over at Google about various things when it comes to Android. I’ve been working with them on a project and until now I haven’t been able to say a word about it. Well the project is finally done and we here at Droid Gamers are proud to announce the Droid Gamers edition of the Nexus One on sale now.
Unless you’ve just gotten your Android phone over the past week, you probably have heard about Vacuum by Door-6 and the competition they are hosting for cash prizes with the top prize being $500. Well practice time is over as today marks the first day of official competition! Here’s a few tips to help you get started.
I’ve been keeping my eye on this tower defense game since it’s official (non-beta) release a little over a month ago and seen it’s popularity grow substantially. Tower Raiders GOLD (also a Black version for pre-2.0 Android devices) by Gianormous Games calls itself the best Tower Defense game for Android and they could very well be right.
I’ve kind of slacked off about keeping up with the Weekly Worst Game Review, not that their hasn’t been enough to review, just been busy writing about other games and getting our first contest organized. Developer Brainmelt GmbH, however, has pulled me out of this slacking off to talk about his awesome new game nicely titled Amateur Housewives.