Ducktales, the classic NES and Gameboy games from Capcom from that was based on the Disney cartoon, was Remastered a few years back, for console systems current at the time, as well as mobile operating systems such as Android. Given the quality of the game, it’s not difficult to see why Disney and Capcom would be asking $9.99 for the game, nor that the original releases saw a million sales each. Fortunately, it’s now on sale for only $0.99.
If you’re a big Star Wars fan than you pretty much want everything that is related to the franchise. Well Disney has released a companion app for the entire franchise in order to make it easier to follow everything relating to Star Wars as well as some other interesting features like a full sound board to play with. You will even get notifications on your phone the moment a big announcement is made, so you can read all the details right away.
Disney Infinity Toy Box: 2.0 has finally been released on Google Play, but how does it hold up on mobile? I’ve been playing around with the features the new-to-Android game offers up. Although I’ve been a Disney Infinity fan since the first game’s release, and pretty much a Disney fanatic since I was old enough to speak, I’m going to do my best as any decent game “journalist” (I use that term very loosely) would and give my honest opinion.
Easter weekend is here and a lot of people have today off. This also means one thing… Android games going on sale! So as you can imagine, there are plenty of Android games on sale right now and a lot of them are really good. Handy Games is still going strong with their $0.15 sale, Square Enix has jumped into things by discounting a few Dragons Quest titles, and Disney is celebrating Easter with a bunch of games going on sale as well. That’s not mentioning all the other developers out there discounting their games for this holiday weekend.
We knew this game was coming to mobile but the only information we saw about it was that it would be landing on iOS. So imagine out surprise when we got notified that Disney brought their DuckTales: Remastered over to Android as well. Hello childhood memories, it is a pleasure to see you again!
While Star Wars: The Force Awakens crawls (no pun intended) closer, what’s a fan to do now that Rebels season 1 has ended? Well, if you have a compatible Android Device, a new game, Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions may scratch some of that Star Wars itch.
During the doldrums of winter, there is nothing better than taking a vacation to a warmer place. While I don’t have the luxury of traveling during the winter, Summer beckons along with a yet to be fully planned trip to a Disney resort. In the meantime Disney fans/geeks like me have to find ways to keep the magic alive. Of course I will always recommend some quality Disney gaming.
A few days ago the kid’s MMO Club Penguin was released for Android on Google Play. When I was younger I had played it a lot back when the game was new on web browsers around 2006, I’m older now but I can still see how Club Penguin has been able to maintain a fun family friendly world for children to play in.