Jonathan Topf is many things. He is a team member of USTWO Games, creators of the incredibly popular game Monument Valley. He is a mechanical engineer, an animator and so much more. Part of that so much more, is being an independent game designer. His first game Trick Shot, which was released on iOS to much acclaim earlier this year, will arrive for Android devices this week.
Tag: projectile games
Crescent Moon Games and game developer Mgaia, has released Tiny Empire. It is a projectile based game full of pixels and cannon blasts. If you are a fan of games like Angry Birds, then Tiny Empire has a vast and rich world for you to explore, as you attempt to help the King defeat his foes.
Between today and tomorrow, there are a lot of great games coming out. Unexpectedly, one that I have been following the development of relatively closely, has silently sneaked into the Play Store. Bullet Boy is a cannon-blasting game starring an adorable character, set in stunning environments. The game is created by Pomelo Games. They are based in Montevideo, Uruguay. They have teamed up with Kongregate to publish this exciting and colorful game.
In November of last year, we reported on Goon Studios latest project, Monster vs. Sheep. If you are unfamiliar with Goon Studios, they are a game development studio based in Pasadena, California. Their first project on Android was Boogey Boy. When we played it, we felt it was a fun, vibrant and intriguing game, to add to the endless runner/platforming genre. Fast forwarding from November to February, Goon Studios recently released a second trailer for Monster vs. Sheep a few days ago. It looks like the Goons are at it again, creating what is sure to be a fun and original game. The good news is that we don’t have to wait too long, because Monster vs. Sheep is on its way to Android/iOS devices.