Android Wear has a few games here and there, and Matthew Burton has made a few of them. His newest game is ChronoSpin and is more of an arcade game for your Android watch based off of the developer’s other Android Wear game PipSpin.
Tag: Android Wear
Released by Slashware Interactive, Rise of Kramora is an RPG that’s designed to play on Android Wear. The game is set within the Tower of Sephira, which players are tasked with exploring their way up to the top floor. Inside, the tower contains weapons, potions, armor and lots of enemies.
Brain Fruit by Rock N Glory is a game that was originally released for the Apple Watch not too long ago. Since then the developers have been working on bringing their game over to Android and as of today Brain Fruit is now available for not only Android phones, but for Android Wear as well.
Evolution: Heroes of Utopia is an upcoming indie RPG that just landed on iOS today but is also coming to Android later this month. Technically, this is a clicker game but with expanded gameplay mechanics to make for more of an RPG title instead.
For fans of board games, tabletop or virtual, road watch face may have some appeal. Those of us that have any experience in that sphere of gaming should be familiar with the widely used hex tiles layout, such as what’s found in Settlers of Catan and Neuroshima Hex.
Released by Virtual GS, Invaders is a Space Invaders style game that’s played on an Android Wear smartwatch. The gameplay is simple, using a single touch to control both firing as well as moving. As the space invaders slowly march downward and fire projectiles, players will tap either side of the watch screen, to both fire and move in that direction.
Best Buys and Amazon both have their Cyber Monday sales going with everything from TVs, which are standard for Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, to computers, tablets, Android phones, and pretty much everything else. Depending on what you’re looking for, one of these sites should have it.
Google has announced that your Android Wear watch will no longer need to be connected to your Android phone in order to have data access and online capabilities. This is all thanks to the new cellular support that Google has brought to Android Wear as of yesterday’s announcement.
We have already seen some pretty interesting games getting ported onto Android Wear watches, with most being playable but barely due to the screen size mainly. Still, it is always cool to see games like Half-Life showing up on an Android Wear watch, even if it is a proof-of-concept more than anything else. The latest additions to this sort of thing actually happens to be two emulators, one for Nintendo 64 games and the other being for Playstation Portable titles.
Released by Teensy Studios, Wear Orbits is a new game for Android Wear. The idea, as well as the gameplay, are simple. Players are in control of an earth-like planet that is orbiting its star. As this celestial body is revolving happily, it will come across other planets, meteors, et al, that will need avoiding to prevent an astronomical collision.