Well here is some interesting information after doing a bit of digging that we came up with. Working on a tip from a reader, there is a second game available on the Amazon App Store that is free today called Airport Mania: First Flight. What is even more interesting than that is who it is published by: Amazon Digital Services Inc.
Last week we reported on an upcoming update for Dungeon Defenders: First Wave that was labeled as v3.0. Trendy Entertainment was waiting on the App Store to approve the update before rolling it out to Android at the same time. Unfortunately, that didn’t pan out but the good news is, we’re getting two updates in one.
Just in case you are still thinking that mobile gaming is a bit of a fad, it seems that it is a lot more influential then some people might think. In an agreement with Universal and Illumination Entertainment, Doodle Jump developers Lima Sky will add an Easter-themed bonus level to the game in an upcoming update.
What we are going to call the first content update for Dungeon Defenders: First Wave was released yesterday and among the changes are some new features that should make the game even more fun. We are talking about new Familiars/Pets for characters, adjustments to difficulties and a new mission. Full changelog after the break.
Trendy Entertainment has been hard at work since the release of Android’s first Unreal Engine developed game, Dungeon Defenders: First Wave. The game is a mesh between Action, RPG and Tower Defense gaming genres and offers up a load of eye candy with some great gameplay, both online and offline, thanks to Unreal Engine 3.
We got a chance to talk to the Development Director, Jeremy Stieglitz, over at Trendy Entertainment, developers of Android’s first Unreal Engine 3 made game, Dungeon Defenders: First Wave. We talk about Unreal Engine 3, developing for Android, Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, future plans and pointing your towers at walls.
Trendy Entertainment sort of let the cat out of the bag in regards to the release date of Dungeon Defenders: First Wave. While nothing is a specific date, over in the forums on the Dungeon Defenders site, they did mention a release time of around a week or so before it lands on the Android Market.
Since we announced a week or so ago that Spearhead Entertainment was releasing another great looking RPG called Mana Chronicles, a lot of people have been waiting for it. Well good news, the wait is over and a day early at that! While the official release date was supposed to be tomorrow, Dec. 15th, it has been released today.
Two days ago I posted about the iOS game developed by Chair Entertainment which used Unreal Engine 3. Even though this game is for the iOS it gives us a glimpse as to what we could expect to see when games start coming out for the Android platform using Unreal Engine 3. Well today the official trailer for the game was unveiled, begin drooling.