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Sungrand is an Australia-based indie game studio that has released their first game onto Android called Animelee. This is a pretty interesting game in that Animelee is an arcade-style head-to-head brawler but instead of featuring different human characters to fight as, players will be assuming control of the animal they have chosen.
Released by Kevin Vermaat, Rumble Arena is a new fighting game for Android. Players will be able to assume the roles of a number of mythological heroes include Thor, Sparticus, and Wukong, in a brawl designed by the gods in order to determine who is the greatest legend of them all.
Absorb Reality has released their first Android game today called Kiai Resonance. This is a pretty interesting brawler-style game because it is all about samurai-style combat. So it is one-on-one combat with traditional style samurai warriors fighting it out for glory.
One of the most famous horror movie characters recently made his way to Mortal Kombat X for PC and console, but unfortunately not for mobile. That, however, has changed today and right in time for Halloween no less. Jason Voorhees is now available as a playable character in the mobile version of Mortal Kombat X.
If you’re a fan of brawler games then this weekend is a big one for you as today marks the beginning of EVO 2015. For those of you not familiar with this competition, EVO 2015 is the yearly championship event held here in our hometown of Las Vegas, but instead of it being for a single game like most events, this one is for numerous games including Ultra Street Fighter IV, Mortal Kombat X, Super Smash Bros, and so on.
SNK Playmore will be removing their music fighting game The Rhythm of Fighters from mobile markets
SNK Playmore has done rather well for themselves with bringing their older franchises to mobile devices. So it is a bit weird when the company has announced that one of their games will be removed from both Apple and Android platforms this week. The game being removed is their rather odd The Rhythm of Fighters game.
Last week saw the release of The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief on Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GRID. Since we get a new game each week, that means we have a new one available now and this week’s game happens to be the 2D head-to-head brawler BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.
DeNA has released the second episode in the eight episode event going on in their Marvel Mighty Heroes game. The event, which is themed around the Age of Ultron, has players fighting it out with Hydra who is all about taking over the world, and if not, then just flat-out destroying it.
One of the most anticipated games this year for mobile, and mainly all video game platforms, was Mortal Kombat X. While the game was supposed to be released around the same time as the iOS version, the Android version ended up being weeks late over every other platform the game was released on. We may never know the real reason this happened but now that the game has been out for roughly a week or so globally, everyone has had a chance to play it. What could have ended up as a barrier breaking fantastic game actually ended up being a decent game when you need to kill some time.