Last month we talked about three games that were currently doing a location-based soft launch that people in the areas it was being hosted in should check out. One of those games was a collaboration between Disney/LucastArts and Nimblebit called Star Wars: Tiny Death Star. Well this game has finally made its way to Android and is now available for download.
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Square Enix has decided to release a rather interesting looking game called Pictlogica onto Android in Japan. This particular Puzzle-RPG is actually a spin-off of their Final Fantasy franchise and looks like it features the more retro-style of visuals and not the remake style that the past few Final Fantasy releases have had.
A new third-person dual-stick shooter has arrived onto Android called Burn The Lot from Propaganda3. This game has plenty of humor layered into it along with some pretty nice 3D visuals which rounds it out as a solid third-person shooter that makes for a great time killer.
A classic Amiga game has made its way onto Android today called Rocket Ranger. Developed by Cinemaware, Rocket Ranger takes the old school classic and brings it over to our mobile devices with controls designed for gameplay while on the go. You’ll be playing as the hero of this game who happens to be a brave soul that’s strapped a rocket pack onto his back and flies around fighting bad guys.
Glu Mobile has begun teasing their upcoming third-person shooter called Frontline Commando: D-Day which, as the name suggests, is based around WWII. Glu is already building up the hype machine for this game with a new trailer for it as well as a few additional details regarding the game and what will come with it.
One of the other game we talked about yesterday during 11 Bit Studios announcement of a couple of upcoming Android games including Anomaly Korea was Sleepwalker’s Journey. We now have more details about this game include the first screenshots and trailer for this new puzzle platformer.
We’re right there with you, patiently waiting (and praying for compatibility) for Gameloft’s latest romp in their space themed FPS, N.O.V.A. 3. Over the weekend the French company has teased its fans with new footage along side a visual walkthrough with executive producer Arnaud Bonnard. He details the graphical changes in this sequel. If you’re still unconvinced how awesome this game will look, watch the trailer after the break.