Released by Go Games, Super Jump Boy Adventures is a new platformer that’s now available for Android. Players will begin the game assuming the role of the eponymous Super Jump Boy, who’s looking to retrieve the fallen stars. Players will look to avoid traps such as buzz saws, and enemies like ogres, squirrels, and skeletons.
Released by RedSix Interactive Entertainment, Coin-Op Herrors 2 is the newest installment in the Coin-Op Heroes franchise. The idea is that players are trapped inside an arcade machine that’s been overrun by armies of baddies led by Death Stalker.
Lost Qubixle is a new puzzle game released on both Google Play and Amazon. Players will be tasked with reconstructing collapsed (cubr shaped) stars. Players will receive assistance from an often forgetful robot named Qubie, in their venture to complete the puzzles, of ehich there are over forty.
Ironhide Game Studio, the folks behind the very popular Kingdom Rush franchise, has announced that they have made the original Kingdom Rush game free. This isn’t a temporary price change either. The company will keep Kingdom Rush free forever from now on.
There is some good news and bad news today regarding Amazon’s Free App of the Day promotion which has been running every day for some time now. The bad news is that it doesn’t exist anymore. There will be no more Free Apps of the Day. The good news is that it is being replaced with Amazon Underground, which is a new application full of free apps and games.
Released by Whitedog, maker of the recently released Craft Up, comes a new game named The Maze. Players are in control of a red dot, and looking to make it to the end of the maze, but there’s a few snags to overcome.
It’s Friday which means it is time for another round-up of Android games currently on sale. There is a lot of good games discounted right now including Double Fine Productions putting a couple of titles up for sale, Ikaruga going on sale, and plenty of others as well.
Amazon has decided to host another one of their Free App of the Day bundles today with over $90 worth of games and applications available for free for a limited time. These bundles are starting to become a regular event with Amazon, which is a good thing, especially when they have good titles like Goat Simulator in them.
Kill the Plumber is a Mario-style platformer where players actually play as the enemies instead of the Italian plumber. However, one thing you can see in Kill the Plumber is the heavy influence it has taken from Mario games in regards to level design, enemies, pretty much every aspect. Another game called Kill the Maliao is basically a rip-off of Kill the Plumber, which could technically be considered a rip-off of Mario games.
Well it is about that time again for another round-up of Android games currently on sale at the end of another week. This week’s list actually has some pretty good games on it, with 2K Games putting a few of their game on sale like XCOM: Enemy Withing, which we reported on earlier this week. It turns out 2K Games wanted to do more than just one game, which is fine with us!