We’ve reported on this rather unique title from Mediocre Games a couple of times in the past but we didn’t have a ton of information regarding it at that time. We just knew it was going to be minimalistic in style, have a great soundtrack, and that it would definitely be different from what Mediocre Games usually releases.
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Back in early December of last year we reported on Mediocre Games’ next title that they are working on called Smash Hit. Before now the company has focused pretty much solely on their physics-based puzzle games that they are quite good at making. Smash Hit is something a little more ‘outside the box’ for Mediocre Games.
Mediocre Games is currently working on their next title for Android gamers to sink their time into and this next game will be something a lot different than what people are used to when it comes to Mediocre Games’ titles. That’s because there’s no cartoon animation or quirky humor in the company’s next game called Smash Hit.
Any time there is a bunch of big game releases launching onto Android, you can be sure that there will be those tools out there who release fake copies of the game. Whether the actual game is ripped and included, its completely fake, or stuff with malware and other not so good stuff, it is a part of life.
It’s Thursday and there are a lot of good games coming out today. One such game happens to be one we’ve talked about on and off for the past few months called Sprinkle Islands from Mediocre Games. This is the official sequel to their rather popular water-based physics puzzle game Sprinkle and this new one features some new game mechanics that you’ll have to master.
It’s about the time where the week is coming to a close and we round-up all the Android games that are currently on sale on Google Play. A lot of the games from our Mid-Week Android Games Sale Round-up are still on sale but there are a few additions to the list.
Mediocre Games have been teasing on and off regarding a sequel to their rather popular water-based physics game Sprinkle. Up until now the sequel has simply been known as Sprinkle 2 and from early game screenshots we got to learn about a few new game mechanics that would be introduced into this game such as having to get from island to island to save your friends.
Back in December of last year we reported on Mediocre having announced that they were well underway with developing Sprinkle 2, a sequel for their rather popular physics-based puzzle game. The company has released more details about their upcoming game as well as another screenshot for us to check out.
Yesterday Mediocre Games decided to announce that they were well into the development of a sequel for their physics-based puzzle game Sprinkle. The still unnamed game, although we will just all it Sprinkle 2 for now, has some interesting speculation surrounding it that it will also feature some of the mechanics from Granny Smith.
Mediocre Games’ second release onto Android, the cool running platformer called Granny Smith, has been update with a dozen new levels, all featured in the great beyond known as our galaxy. Apparently keeping a thief away from your apples in an inter-planetary type of job these days. You’ll be discovering all sorts of goodies as you skate across different planets in your quest to collect your apples before the thief does. Apples on Mars? True story.