Angry Birds Action was released last week and I immediately downloaded it to give it a try. Featuring the irritated fowls in a new setting and perspective, did this new addition to the franchise brighten up our day just a little bit more each time we play it? Let’s find out shall we!
Back in the second half of 2015 we had a couple of video series going on here, one of which was called Level Up, and the other being Gamecrap. However, since the start of this year there hasn’t been any episodes released in what we are sort of dubbing as Season 2. There has been a couple of one-time releases of Gamecrap, but today basically marks the start of Season 2.
Released by Positive Jet, Crystal Stacker is a new physics based puzzler for Android. The goal of this game is simple, which is to see how high a player can build a tower with the materials provided for a given level. The game includes 75 different levels that are spread out over three distinct worlds.
Etter Studios has announced today that their award-winning collaborative physics game Dreii will finally be launching onto multiple platforms next month. This particular game is actually pretty interesting because you have the option to team up with other players in real-time in order to try and help each other solve the stage you’re on and progress through the game.
Released by Laxarus, Tigerball is a new physics-based game that’s now out on Android. In this game, players are looking to bounce a yellow ball with black stripes (hence the name) into a basket. For each stage, the obstacles that must be bypassed by the ball will change.
Google has decided to make giving a Chromecast as a present a little bit of a sweeter gift by making a bunch of new games available for it. The announcement from Google today outlines quite a few titles having been added to the Chromecast roaster, a lot of which are board games from Hasbro.
There’s a birthday happening today, or as Rovio is calling it, a BirdDay. Angry Birds is turning the big ole 6 years old today and while Rovio is planning to celebrate the BirdDay in a few ways, one of those ways is to give out a trip to Piggy Island in the Bahamas to one lucky winner and a friend.
Developed by 10tons Ltd, who previously released Clowns in the Face, is releasing a new physics based puzzler for Android called Baseball Riot. Players will assume the role of Gabe Carpaccio, who is a batter that is attempting to use his hitting prowess to bean all sorts of unsavory types that are usually found in the ballpark, only they’re found around town instead. Taking them out is all based upon hitting the baseball to the perfect spot.
Smart Software House has released their third title on Android called Super Slice. This particular game is a physics-based puzzle game where players will be slicing different areas of the big gem(s) each stage in order to get the part of the gem you just cut off to hit the designated spot.
Released by Matasoft Studios, LandFort is an interesting hybrid game. This is a physics-based puzzle game that was then crossbred with some RPG mechanics. Based in a kingdom that has been overrun by the demon Lord Devenoth, players assume the role of one of the surviving Knights looking to take back their kingdom.