Qurius is an interesting title. While still in beta, it offers a new take on the god-like creation games out there. Qurius actually uses your location and GPS systems to translate your actual weather to in game actions. In Qurius, you are tasked with saving a mysterious world from its imminent destruction.
There is a new game coming soon to Android that will let you live out your dreams of being a spy in real life, to a certain extent anyways. Agent Artemis, developed by The Unlikely Contender, is a location-based spy game where that uses the city you are in as the location of the game.
It’s hard these days to come up with something completely unique in the gaming industry but developer Xlabz Technologies may have actually done that with their new GPS social game called GeoSocials. This is a location-based social game where all the players control what happens.
Not too long ago Rovio let out a hint that it would be forming a new feature that would bring location-based gaming into Angry Birds. Today more information has come about regarding this new feature where depending on your location, you will receive new content such as the Mighty Eagle.
In what is probably the strangest yet one of the more entertaining mash-ups of gaming genres out for… well any platform, DJ Rivals brings the world of DJ battles to Android and shoves it in a world of location-based RPG. Wrap some interesting cartoon-like graphics around this melting pot of gaming genres and it gets pretty interesting.
Parallel Kingdom: Age of Emergence was released this month by developer PerBlue and brings a cool twist to the typical GPS games available on the Android market. For one you have a radius in which you can move your character without actually having to move unlike most GPS games which need you to physically move to accomplish things.