CatfishBlues Games released a racing game earlier this month called Rocket Racer. After only being out for a couple of weeks, the developers have pushed out a new update that brings with it a couple of much needed features, namely Android TV support and hardware controller support.
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Back in May of last year we featured CatfishBlues Games’ Hyperlight as a Hidden Gem and now they are gearing up to release a successor called Hyperwave which, if you are a fan of the original game, should make you happy.
CatfishBlues Games, developers of a few popular Android games already including Hyperlight, have released a new game onto Android called Ninja Slash!. This particular slashing game will have you doing a bit more than just slashing items on a screen whether it be fruit or monster.
A little over a week ago a new game landed on the Android Market by Catfishblues Games, developed of the rather popular Hyperlight game. This particular game is called Tiny Comet and has you playing as a little lost comet who got separated from his family when he got too close to the Earth’s gravitational pull.
About a week and a half ago a great little game deployed onto the Android Market called Hyperlight. Developed by CatfishBlues Games, Hyperlight was developed with high powered Android phones and tablets in mind, preferably dual-core (not mandatory) and the Xperia Play. This is a little gem in the market action game fans will like.