Released by Capcom, 1941 is a top down, bullet hell style game that’s been release on to Android. Players are tasked with piloting the “Super Ace” (akin to a P-38 Lightning), and will be flying sorties over the Pacific Ocean, in World War 2.
A source port of the Return to Castle Wolfenstein engine called RTCW4A has landed on Google Play and somehow slid under the radar for over a month without being seen. Originally released back in April of this year, RTCW4A brings the Return to Castle Wolfenstein engine to Android so you can play the game on your Android device.
A rather popular PC/console game has arrived on Android in the form of what can pretty much be considered an unofficial port. The game in question is called Theme Hospital, originally developed by Bullfrog Productions before merging with EA back in 2004.
In the darkest and seediest corner of the internet lies a large number apps and games that you can acquire for free. Along with pirated Google Play apps, there are also a number of these games that will never see the light of day. Following a tip from a reader, I was led to one of the deepest recess of the web to find an .APK to the original Final Fantasy. Don’t bother searching Google Play, you won’t find it.
The fine folks over at XDA have a little treat today for those of you who own an Xperia X10 but want to be able to have the Xperia Play’s Playstation’s certification and suite on your phone so you can play those Playstation games. It is now possible to port it over to your X10.
Notch recently made a game for the 22nd Ludum Dare Competition back in December called Minicraft. The Ludum Dare Competition has game developer make a complete game in 48 hours and this was his entry into it. Well it seems on developer has made an unofficial port of Minicraft for Android devices.
The Neverhood was a PC game released by Dreamworks back in 1996 that featured claymation style graphics and some pretty entertaining gameplay. Well it seems as though the developers, Bazinga Studios is looking to port it over for mobile devices including Android.
After getting squeezed out of the iOS platform by Apple after they changed their rules and regulations over promotions of games and apps, Tapjoy has turned it’s focus solely on Android now. However, in a move that basically give Apple the finger, they have opened up the Tapjoy Android fund.
DroidGamers does a complete walk-through of the newest HTC Sense user interface thats going to be running on the recently announced (and not yet released) Desire HD and Desire Z. Improved music application with DLNA support, a notification bound task-switcher, offline HTC locations map service, and online integration of messaging, contacts and forwarding calls right from the website are among some of the newest features.