Let me start by saying I am not the biggest multiplayer gamer. My preference is for an excellent single-player campaign game. A lot of that has to do with how quickly can I get into a game, how long the games last, what type of game it is, and how easy the game is to play. I was intrigued by Chobolab’s Mayhem, so I signed up for the beta. Let me tell you that I am glad I did. Fast and frenetic action describe this enjoyable multiplayer game.
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Ubisoft Entertainment is the creator/publisher of some really good games. They could be console games or mobile games. I came across Sandstorm: Pirate Wars several months ago. I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it back then, and I am still not sure what to make of it now that it has been released. The game is visually impressive, the gameplay is interesting and the production quality is high. It even has a bit of a story. If you are looking for Pirates on the high seas, this is not that type of game. Everything takes place in the sun-scorching desert.
When I came across Subterfuge, I didn’t quite know what to expect. On many levels, I still don’t. The game comes from a team of game creators that made the games World of Goo, Casey’s Contraptions and Flower Garden. Ron Carmel and Noel Llopis have created what appears to be a very cerebral multiplayer-only game. What really has me anticipating this game is the extremely well produced trailer that sets up the game play. The game looks challenging, totally engrossing, has a clean and crisp UI and will be coming to Android/iOS next week.
Based in San Mateo, California, Super Evil Megacorp created a stir last year with the showing of their action-filled MOBA, Vainglory. Their game was chosen to show-off the high-quality graphics that the latest Apple devices could achieve. Fast-forward a few months later, and we now learn that Vainglory will be coming to Android devices too.
Back in November we reported that you could play TibiaME MMORPG on your Android device using a client made by one of the player. While the client was a bit rough around the edges, it did the trick. We also wrote to the developers asking if an Android version would be coming and indeed there is, and here is a peek at it!
What we are going to call the first content update for Dungeon Defenders: First Wave was released yesterday and among the changes are some new features that should make the game even more fun. We are talking about new Familiars/Pets for characters, adjustments to difficulties and a new mission. Full changelog after the break.
Well why not round out the Gameloft news with a triple play shall we? It seems as though Gangstar: Miami Vindication HD isn’t the only game being leaked onto the site right before its official release. Seems Guitar Rock Tour 2 HD has also shown up on Gameloft’s storefront but instead of Argentina, this is in the UK.
Last month we mentioned that Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus was in a very secret and limited closed beta with only 50 people or so. Gameloft haven’t really let out any hints as to whether this game would be coming to Android or not, that is until now. Gameloft just tweeted that it is officially coming to Android very soon.
Deep in the land of Andra, an old foe is stirring trying to break free from its enchanted prison. As the demon gains strength, the world looks to 4 unlikely youths to find the Crystals and stop the demon rising. Do you have the power to trap the monster for good, or will he rise and plunge the world into hell.
Graal Online are currently planning to bring their old school styled MMORPG to Android, possibly in two different flavors, maybe even more. Called ‘Graal Classic’ and ‘Graal Era’, both of these games are MMORPGs and contain great old school 2D graphics which you probably have seen in a lot of retro console games from back in the day.