It’s Friday, the day before Halloween, and time for another Android game sale round-up. Like any holiday weekend, a lot of developers have put their games on sale. There is every type of game almost available at a discount price this round-up, so there is more than likely something for everyone.
Tag: Call of duty
We’ve come a long way since the early days when ‘Angry Birds’ demonstrated that mobile gaming could be more than just casual. While not on the pedigree of home consoles, Android games have certainly gained more credibility since the smart phones infancy.
Activision loves making companion apps it seems and with the release of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare comes yet another companion app for mobile devices as well. This new companion app gives players of the game multiple tools to use while on the go which range from an emblem editor to clan management features.
There are plenty of mobile game development studios that get created every day and of all sizes, from the two-man team hoping to make it big with their indie title to sudden 100 staff member teams forming their own companies. So when there is news of a new studio floating around it is unusual, mostly in a good way, and that is the case with a new company called Nuclear Division. So what is unusual, or newsworthy, about this company? The fact that it is being created by the co-founder of the Call Of Duty franchise and Titanfall.
Activision has released another companion app for their Call Of Duty franchise but this time it is for the new Call of Duty: Ghosts game that was recently launched. This particular companion app actually has a lot to offer and plenty of future potential for more features to be added which Activision has stated they are already working on.
Activision has decided to come out of left field and release a Call of Duty game onto Android called Call of Duty: Strike Team. This particular game is a blend of first-person and third-person squad-based tactical gameplay where you’ll be controlling your squad of soldiers, positioning them in strategic places before switching to a first-person perspective and laying out a few clips of ammo onto your enemies.
Two days ago Call of Duty fans were finally able to get their hands on the next installment in the Call of Duty: Black Ops series of games, appropriately named Black Ops II. Well along with this new release of Black Ops II, Activision have updated their Call of Duty Elite service to support their new Black Ops II game and that also means that the Elite application has also been update.
While a lot of the major labels in the gaming industry have already solidified their place, at least to some extent, in the mobile gaming scene, Activision Blizzard are pretty late to the game in terms of releases. However, with the formation of their new division, Activision Mobile, they are now ready to focus more on mobile gaming and, interestingly enough, when it comes to Android it will be with the Kindle Fire HD tablets.
About a month ago Glu Mobile, in conjunction with Activision, released Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies onto Android but it was strictly for Sony devices like the Xperia Play or S Tablet. It was stated then that the Sony exclusivity would last roughly a month before COD: Black Ops Zombies would be made available for the rest of the Android world.
A couple of weeks ago we reported on the possibility that Activision was gearing up to release Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies onto Android soon, thanks to a training manual posted by Activision on the official Call of Duty website. We guessed that since the manual was published, it wouldn’t be long before the game would follow and today it has landed on the Google Play store.