Indie developers going by the name of Attribute Clash have released their first mobile game onto Android called Dubspace. This particular game has players taking on the role of Mailcom, who is a pilot in the Rastafarian navy who is out to pick up a bunch of gold and data from his brothers space stations.
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.
Kool2Play has pushed out an update to their estimation based game called Estiman which brings the game into the Valentine’s Day spirit. The update adds a new seasonal game mode for players to check out, all of which still deals with your ability to estimate what your next move should be.
Drones in general have become quite popular over the last year at least, so it really isn’t a surprise that there are games coming out featuring drones which take on different roles. In World of Drones: War on Terror, players will be using drones to take on terrorists and combat terrorism but in a much more active role, and not the usual surveillance way.
OrangePixel has decided to put up six of their game on sale for the entire week in a sale called “For The Love of Games”, since this is Valentine’s Day week. For those of you not familiar with OrangePixel, this company puts out some great retro arcade/dungeon crawler type of games, depending on the franchise you’re looking at getting.
Released by LEAP SAC, Slice and Rise is an endless, casual game that’s recently been released on Android. In this game, players will assume the role of a nameless samurai who, in quite the spry fashion, tries to stay ahead of the ever escalating flames that come up from below. Players will use a simple dragging gesture, akin to the slingshot from Angry Birds, to direct where the samurai will leap to next.
It’s Friday which means it is time for another round-up of all the Android games currently on sale over on Google Play. While there isn’t a whole lot special with this upcoming weekend, there seems to be a lot of games on sale right now, with a lot of the titles being discounted are more along the lines of being franchises, such as a number of LEGO games or Bridge Constructor titles.
Originally released on the NES, A Boy and his Blob has been ported over to Android. Set on the alien world of Blobolonia, players will assume the nameless role of “the boy”, who sets out to help his companion Blobert free Blobolonia from an evil emperor that only allows sweets to be consumed for food.
In the world of ninjas, the Gentleman Ninja is king… right? Maybe not but he’s probably the most polite ninja out there. Developed by indie developers Scott Moakes and Samuel Beattie, the Gentleman Ninja is slated to be arriving onto Android next month and will be the most polite assassin you probably will ever know.
I came across a video of Beat Racer and I was immediately eager to play the game. The game is published by Lila Soft, and it has already been released on iOS. The Android version of the game is still in development, so we don’t have a specific release date for it yet. Lila Soft mentioned on their Facebook page that it will release in July. Beat Racer glows with neon colors and vibrant environments. Take the world of the last Tron movie and throw in some incredible music from indie music artists and you have Beat Racer.