Bee the Swarm is an outfit that releases games where players end up supporting a carousel of charities. We covered their first release, Zombees, back in February. Zombees has received a sizable update, that touches on quite a few areas. First, the number of levels in the game has doubled, from 25 to 50. Second, characters are now able to level up, with the level cap found at 99.
Released by Flowmotion Entertainment, Deli Dash! Cooking Scramble is a new restaurant time management game. In this players will look to become a master chef, who must begin with the lowest form of restaurant, a run-of-the-mill fast food joint. As players both prepare the dishes (meals and desserts), as well as improve their culinary skill-set, they will be able to move on to better establishments.
Released by Bee the Swarm, Zombees is a new dual stick shooter for Android. Players will assume the role of the sole bee that’s attempting to surviving the insect equivalency of the zombie Apocalypse, brought about by insecticides. There are multiple protagonists to choose from, with a variety of stats that differ for each one. The game includes different weapons that are dropped when Zombees are killed, as well as health and speed boosts. The game includes 25 levels (with the possibility of more to come).
Today’s DroidGamers Double Daily Deal features a pretty awesome Android development bundle that is in the style of “Pay What You Want”. This is pretty much as it sounds like as you will be choosing the price you want to pay, and part of the proceeds go to charity as well.
Humble Bundle, the company that sells DRM free games and gives a slice of them to charities, has released another mobile bundle for us to enjoy.
So it has been a little over a year since we announced that we would start streaming Android games on TwitchTV. Back then it wasn’t the easiest thing to set up since at that time there was no real support for mobile game streaming on any mobile platform. There was a lot of testing and tweaking of settings, lots of test streams as well. Now it is much easier to stream and we’ve already been streaming games on our TwtichTV channel. However we haven’t had an official ‘launch’ yet.
Here’s at DroidGamers we focuses as much as we can to give back to the community, whether it be giveaways or other freebies to our readers. This is a year-round thing that we do but we wanted to take it a step further and pick a charity that we would like to make a yearly event over. When it comes to the video game industry, Child’s Play is the leading charity most companies, industry personalities and everyone in between tend to contribute to.
There are over one million apps in the Google Play store. From shopping apps, to news feeds, to some of the most addictive games on the market, smartphone and tablet users are downloading them by the bucket-load. And it seems everyone is getting in on the act.
Well this is some gaming news on a different level. PerBlue, the developers of the location-based MMORPG for mobile called Parallel Kingdom, is allowing players to buy two special hats using food from in-game which will then be used to buy actual meals for those families in need this Thanksgiving.