Coming soon to Android, KIDU: A Relentless Quest is a unique platformer that stresses the importance of how the player views the level. In this game, players will assume the role of a young boy named Chak, who is dissatisfied with life. He ends up spotting the girl of his dreams, and follows her in to an adventure.
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Released by All Nighter Games, Doodle Wars is a new side scrolling shooter for Android. In this game, players will assume a Doodle, with some customiztion options availble (gender, hat, etc), in the hopes of ending the reign of King Smudgie; beyond this though, there isn’t much for a story. Players will guide their Doodle left or right, and try to kill off all enemies that are encountered.
Released by Kuyi Mobile, Pocket Arcade is a small collection of the kinds of games that one would expect to find in the breezeways of stores, or in arcades of sorts. There are four mini-games found within Pocket Arcade, all of which are different but pretty good time killers.
Released by PrismaPixel Studios, NoEscape is a Flappy Birds clone with a slight twist. In this game, players will be assuming control of a smaller space ship that needs to navigate through a level that is rife with walls that don’t include gaps to fly through. Rather, when players tap the screen to cause the ship to begin the expected upward arc, the ship also fires its weapon, in whatever direction it’s facing at the time of the screen tap.
Kairosoft has released a new game onto Android and this time it is something a little different than what the company usually releases. This new game is called Magician’s Saga and is actually more of an RPG than the usual straight sim style of game that tend to come from Kairosoft, although you do have a town to build up when not killing monsters.
Ubisoft has announced a new Virtual Reality game that will feature the Rabbids called Virtual Rabbids: The Big Plan. Slated for release on Google’s Daydream VR platform, Virtual Rabbids will have players posing as an agent for a classified government agency, and you will need to travel through different locations in order to hunt down a few irreverent Rabbids who have stolen and scrambled a top secret nuclear safety password.
Prison break out game The Escapists has been announced that it’s coming to Android soon. In this game, players will customize the name and appearance of their prisoner, and then proceed to break out of the institution. Players will have to creatively utilize both item management as well as crafting (for example, making a Sock Mace or Comb Blade out of the requisite components, or locating a screwdriver to remove the grill over an air vent, so the character can climb through to better navigate the prison), and observation (such as noticing the patterns that guards follow, both in timing as well as what paths they follows, to reduce the chance of being caught).
The Game Developer’s Conference 2017, or GDC 2017 for short, kicks off today and Epic Games was part of the starting festivities, announcing a new mobile and PC game called Battle Breakers. Built using Unreal Engine 4, Battle Breakers is a new tactical-RPG title that will also feature cross-platform gameplay between mobile devices and PC.
Released by Alpha Dog Games, MonstroCity: Rampage is a new city builder (and destroyer) game for the Android platform. In this game, players will be tasked with the defeating of the evil genius Dr. Spotnik. This goal is accomplished by way of players directing a squad of oversized monsters into destroying the city in which Dr. Spotnik resides.
Released by RedForce Games, Drone Racer: Canyons is a new, drone racing game for Android. In this game, players will be in control of a drone, tasked with completing runs through craggy canyons. Players will have two options for controlling their drones, either by the gyroscope on the handset, or using a virtual D-Pad, along with a few other options for successful navigation.