We’ve teamed up with our good friends over at Hyperbees in regards to their new game called Voxel Rush. After a long break from releasing games, Hyperbees is back and this new game is a rather cool but crazy looking 3D racing game but if you use our code you can ease up the insanity level just a bit.
Normally towers are built so that they aren’t shaky but that they are sturdy and last. However in this case sometimes a shaky tower is just what you need. Shaky Tower is a game where you are given different types of challenges that require you to build your tower, reach certain checkpoints, or destroy your tower as fast as possible.
Our friends over at Hyperbees have decided to release the full version of their awesome tunnel racing game, SpeedX, for free for everyone to enjoy. While this game isn’t new, it is one of the best tunnel racing games out and it does have features that you won’t find in any other game on the market which we will mention after the jump.
Publisher/developer Hyperbees have been busy little bees it seems. Guess that is why they are called Hyperbees. Bad jokes aside, it seems they are doing a very good job of expanding their line-up of games as another developer has signed on with them. Just announced was the signing of GyLgames onto the Hyperbees family.
We’ve been hinting at giving away stuff over the past week or two and we definitely have a lot of stuff for all our readers to win! Our friends at Hyperbees have teamed up with us to give away 10 free copies of Galaxy NGC3D or, if you already own the game, you’ll have a chance to win a Zeemote!
As you may already know there has recently been a change to the android market. There’s a nice new UI which makes it easier to find what you need. It has also allowed developers to add more screenshots of their app, and allowed for a longer description which ultimately leads to better advertisement.
Another wave of Android games with OpenFeint is set to be unleashed onto the Android Market today. While not as big as previous waves, this one has a total of 8 games, officially, set to land on the market today. I say officially because usually there are a few more developers who time their games with OpenFeint to come out during these waves.
The title’s a lie, since cows can fly! But they definitely can’t swim… Roll and hop your strangely-shaped cow toward the portal, physics-style, using Bongo-gravity as your guide. But, don’t forget the stars!
In the midst of the new wave of games coming with OpenFeint support today and the rest of the week, one such game called Cows Don’t Fly comes from Hyperbees, developered by Kiork. This is an original game with some great graphics, smooth animations, unique gameplay and good music to keep you playing it for quite some time.
It seems as though releasing games in these waves is becoming a trend with OpenFeint and it seems to be working. A press release today states that some developers are seeing big increases in game sales thanks to integrating OpenFeint into their games, some as large as 39% which is what SpeedX 3D saw in increased sales with another 9% across the board on their other games.