Archangel is a dungeon crawler from Unity Games and Black Tower Studios where you play as the eponymous archangel who’s been commissioned by Heaven to defeat the forces of evil on their turf. You’ll traverse a undefined nether realm that’s spread out over thirty levels, use gestures for combat, and upgrade your character with powers and loot that you find along the way or purchase. Outside of that premise, there isn’t much for a story along the way save for some of the levels having a brief introductory cut scene showing what it looks like, and a handful of subtitles. In short, you just go out and slay your enemies as the emphasis in Archangel is on the action. And just like this game features a conflict between good and bad, there’s also good and bad within the design of the game itself.
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If you like chiptunes, Velociraptors-turned-spider-cyborgs and scrolling, then this game is for you! Velocispider is game a developed by Retro Dreamer studios, released for iOS and ported to Android by Noodlecake studios.
Madfinger Games are synonymous with the mobile gaming scene on Android, what with the massive success of their previous titles – Samurai II: Vengeance and Shadowgun. Their games have been known to be the standard bearers on mobile platforms, especially in the graphics department. Released amid high expectations amongst Android gamers, how does their latest game, Dead Trigger, fare?
Not too long ago, sometime in late April, Zynga released their hit iOS game ZombieSmash onto Google Play. Amid the countless undead-themed games that seem to be making their way onto mobile devices, does ZombieSmash have what it takes to stand out of the pack? Read the admittedly belated review to find out.
I am a big fan of turn-based strategy games. When I heard about Conquest! Medieval Realms by Slitherine I knew I wanted to give it a try. Overall it is a very well done game and should be in the library of any turn-based strategy gamers.
One of the first games I purchased for Android was Highborn. The graphics, story line, and it being a turn-based strategy game are what drew me to the game. It was one of the best purchases I have made for my Android device. If you enjoy turn-based strategy games with a sense of humor, you need to pick up one or all three chapters of Highborn.
We have been playing Grand Theft Auto III for mobile for about a week now and so we have had plenty of face time with the uncensored bat swinging car thief game. So with the high expectations one could put on a company like Rockstar Games, did we walk away from this hit game ported to Android impressed?
The granddaddy of city management finally lands on Android, and while he’s slower and makes less sense; there is still that twinkle in his eye. The Sim City series has had a long history, from its humble beginnings in the dark ages of 1989 to the current day, no one game has quite nailed the balance of fun and frustration of running a city the way that Sim City does. Sim City and its sequels have been ported to almost every system in existence over the years, some good and some terrible.
A new game has hit the market, Space Shooter for Free and guess what, it is free! If you like fast paced, shoot em’ up games, then this game is for you. Oh and there is plenty of humor dished out as well for you to enjoy.
Inotia 3 – Children of Carnia is the latest installment in the acclaimed Chronicles of Inotia series from developer COM2US. Even though this is the third installment in the series, this is the first of the series to land on Android. So how does it stack up on Android?