Stan Lee is the Marvel god that has created numerous superheroes over the course of his career. He also likes to do cameo appearances in Marvel games and movies. Well Stan Lee’s Hero Command is a new game coming from F84 Games Studio and Stan Lee has a lot more to do with this game then just a quick cameo appearance.
The Mortal Kombat franchise is finally getting a mobile game and honestly it is about damn time too. Warner Bros has officially unveiled a Mortal Kombat game for mobile devices called Mortal Kombat X and while it may not be 100% what we would hope would come in a Mortal Kombat game for mobile devices, it isn’t completely not want we want either.
Mortal Kombat X was supposed to be a massive release for all platforms in the gaming industry, and it has been for almost all of them. It’s April 30th and Android is still without Mortal Kombat X on a global scale. So far it appears that the Philippines is the only region who can access this game right now, and there is no real word as to when the rest of the Android world will be able to get their hands on it. With the sheer amount of comments on our YouTube channel and here on the site regarding Mortal Kombat X, we figured it would be interesting to see who actually still plans to download this game when it does become available, and who does not plan to get it.
Originally released in 1993 by SNK, Fatal Fury Special has been released for Android. Originally the game was released as an updated version of Fatal Fury 2, though SNK asserts that this mobile release is more, having revised the balance of the game, and introduced a new system for combos (which apparently weren’t included at all, in versions previous to the original release of Fatal Fury Special).
There is plenty of coverage available when it comes to the non-mobile version of Mortal Kombat X and its immanent release this month. However there isn’t a whole lot of coverage when it comes to the mobile version. There’s plenty of character previews, new character announcements, and so on for the non-mobile version and yet all of that coverage doesn’t mention as to whether or not the mobile version will be getting any of those DLCs.
SNK Playmore has brought another one of their brawlers to Android called Garou: Mark of the Wolves. If you have played any other their other brawlers on Android, or in general for that matter, then you already should have a pretty good idea as to what to expect. For those of you curious, this is part of the Fatal Fury series.
The Taekwondo Game landed on Android back in December 2014 and while the game was free to download to try out, you did need to pay for it if you wanted to certain aspects of the game. Today te Taekwondo Game has received an update that makes the entire game free to play right through without the need to spend a penny on it if you don’t want to.
TinyBytes Games is the company behind a new brawler to hit Google Play today called Battle of Toys. In this game you will pick the action figure you want to play as before jumping down onto the floor of the bedroom you’re in and fighting it out with your opponent who is also an action figure.
WWE Immortals is a new game from Warner Brothers. Created by NetherRealm Studios, the makers of Injustice: Gods Among Us and Mortal Kombat, Immortals is a fighting game that uses touch-base controls and features 3 on 3 combat both online and offline.
Don’t have enough robot combat style games to play as of late? Good news then for you as Reliance Games has announced a new robot combat game heading to mobile devices next month called Ultimate Robot Fighting. Set in a future where sentient AIs have muscled out human controllers from competition in the world’s most popular sport, robotic arena combat, Ultimate Robot Fighting gives players the power to end their dominance.