To be released by Indigo Entertainment, Agent Aliens is a new “arcade style, run and gun game” that’s coming to Android, that spoofs on the show a little bit, in it’s name and some of the tutorial’s visuals. Currently in a beta state available on Google Play, this game is designed to be fairly simple and quick of pace. The crew of aliens that players will control are in charge of things such as returning fire, aiming, and cool down periods. On the other hand, players will have direct control over movement related mechanics, such as dodging fire, weaving through enemies, and avoiding traps.
Released by Kuyi Mobile, Pocket Arcade is a small collection of the kinds of games that one would expect to find in the breezeways of stores, or in arcades of sorts. There are four mini-games found within Pocket Arcade, all of which are different but pretty good time killers.
To be released by Noodlecake, The human Age is an upcoming match three/building hybrid game. Players wil be using a board that begins in a three by three grid to move tiles around, that are symbolic of different periods of human history. Once three of them have been brought into contact (not necessarily in a row, mind you), they will merge into a single tile that represents the next phase.
The developers behind the upcoming Titanfall Frontline mobile game have decided to cancel the game for right now, citing that they want to make the game more refined. Since the developers, Particle City, are not happy with the game’s current status and quality, they’ve decided to cancel its launch for right now while they work on it.
“In a time of gun and sword, the magical stone that maintains the balance of the world is stolen by high-tech aliens. The world is hanging on a thin thread. It all depends on you retrieving the magical stone…” That’s the description accompanying Chinese based developer, ChillyRoom’s new title, launched in an open beta on Google Play.
If you’re into the TV. show Into The Badlands, you might want to check out the new game from Reliance Big Entertainment U.K. Into The Badlands Blade Battle is based off of the t.v. show from AMC. It is currently listed on the Google Play Store as an unreleased game, but you can still download it today if you want. With most games on the Play store with the unreleased tag, you may encounter some bugs or glitches.
Angeldust is a new quirky MMO out now for Android devices. Looking for a unique crafting MMO? Then Angeldust might be right up your alley. For starters, Angeldust has no quests or story line. It is a fully rendered 3d open world game with a cel shaded look akin to Borderlands. An interesting feature of the game is that it is playable across multiple platforms. Android phones, tablets and PC’s are all connected in this world. You could play on your phone, then log in with your PC and everything would be the same. Or you could be playing on your tablet while your friend was playing on a PC. It all works just fine. Once you create an account, you can go to the Angeldust website and customize your character.
Japanese publisher Koei Tecmo has partnered with South Korean giant Nexon to bring its Dynasty Warriors franchise to mobile, and has announced a limited beta exclusive to the Android platform. Dynasty Warriors: Unleashed, billed by its creators as “the return of the Dynasty Warriors legend” is currently available to install from the Google Play store.
CES 2017 is officially over, and now it appears developers are back to work, in a big way. One of the announcements today comes from CHANGYOU.COM who released into early access their multi-player online fantasy MMO SLG Castle of Legends. Changyou, a company relatively unknown in the west, is one of China’s biggest gaming powerhouses, and aims to storm the overseas market this year with a slew of new and unique titles.
Who hasn’t dreamed of stealthily leaping through the air, katana in hand, as a cool-looking ninja? PC and console gamers have long been able to fulfill that dream with the likes of Joe Musashi of Shinobi, Ryu Hayabushi of Ninja Gaiden, and even Lo Wang of Shadow Warrior fame. Now, Android gamers are next in line to don the classic back garb as Kuro, the last remaining ninja of his clan, in Shadow Blade: Reload, officially coming to Android on January 15th.