While this isn’t really gaming related, we might as well cover the last piece of hardware Google announced today during their event, Chromecast Audio. This is actually a pretty neat idea that allows users to turn their current speakers at home into ‘smart speakers’ basically. The whole thing works almost the same as normal Chromecast, except it is for music.
Created by Legacy Games, Crayola has released a new app for kids to enjoy. Crayola DJ is an app that allows kids, ages 6-10 (according to the press release), to be DJs using touch controls. Players will be able to crossfade, mix, tempo-slide, and scratch to their heart’s content. There are five different styles of music, distributed over the near 100 exclusive tracks, that range from Hip Hop, to Pop, to Dance, and more.
The Pokemon Company International has announced today that they’ve released an Android app that allows its users to be able to listen to their favorite Pokemon music. Fans can listen to three new songs each day for free, and can also purchase additional songs via IAPs.
It is hard to imagine the same studio that recently brought us one of the most epic hack-n-slash games we have seen on Android in a while with Implosion: Never Lose Hope, also produced the equally brilliant and stunning music games Cytus and Deemo. Recently, Rayark uploaded a new video to their YouTube channel teasing Deemo 2.0.
ReRave is a music arcade game controlled via touchscreen, that originally launched on iOS in 2011 and also came to arcades. With the controls in mind, an Android version of the game was a no-brainer. Titled ReRave Plus, you can download it now for free on the Google Play Store.
From the minds of Possible Game Studios, and the music of IAMYANK, comes a new adventure to Android devices. The Adventures of Poco Eco: Lost Sounds, was recently released on iOS. The Android release is soon. This is good news because this game is lush with dazzling visuals and hypnotic sounds. If you enjoyed playing Monument Valley, then The Adventures of Poco Eco, should be the next game on your list to play.
If you dig dancing games from either your arcade days playing Dance Dance Revolution or something similar on your console system with Kinect or the Wii, then you will be happy to know that there is now a real dance-style game available for Android called Dance Legend.
While we all are still waiting for Skillz: The DJ Game to land on Android, if you are eager to play a music game that is a bit unique to tide you over till Skillz is released, there is a new one on the Android Market today called RoboFonics. It is a mix of music creation and puzzle solving which seems pretty fun.
One game we are eagerly waiting for is the release of Skillz: The DJ Game which is slated to be released soon for Android and iOS tablets. Yes this is one of the few games available designed for play on tablets only. Thanks to these new videos it confirms our suspicion: The game looks damn fun.
One game we have reported on a few times in the past and are eagerly waiting to get our hands on is a tablet game called Skillz: The DJ Game. As the title suggests you play as a DJ and your job is to get the crowd going as hardcore as you can. We now have new screenshots, trailer and more music to report on.