Really Bad Chess has a misleading title, because it’s really quite good. It’s chess as you know and love it, except the pieces are all random. You could end… Continue reading
Released by mindhelix, Cyber Sentinel is a new game for the Android platform that’s based around visually hacking. In this near future setting, players are drawn into the war over information, that’s fought between companies in the hopes of landing patents and contracts. In order to wage this war, the companies pay the most talented of hackers to perform corporate espionage.
Ubisoft has announced a new Virtual Reality game that will feature the Rabbids called Virtual Rabbids: The Big Plan. Slated for release on Google’s Daydream VR platform, Virtual Rabbids will have players posing as an agent for a classified government agency, and you will need to travel through different locations in order to hunt down a few irreverent Rabbids who have stolen and scrambled a top secret nuclear safety password.
Good platformers are far and few between these days, especially on mobile devices. Untame Games, however, have their anti-platformer title Mushroom II in the works and now the game has a solid release date, with that being March 9th, 2017.
Noodlecake is synonymous with great mobile games, and they’ve proven it yet again with developer Mantisbite’s gorgeous new retro-futuristic sci fi game Island Delta. Island Delta is an isometric action-adventure puzzle-solving game in which the two heroes, demolitions expert Baxter and tech specialist Zoe, must make their way through their nemesis, Dr. Gunderson’s, dangerous island on a rescue mission.
It’s Friday which means it is time for another round-up of Android games currently on sale over on Google Play. This week’s round-up is pretty decent in size, with plenty of new titles being added to the list for a number of developers including 2K Games, OrangePixel, Herocraft and more.
Released by Gribb Games, Flood GRIBB is a simple puzzler that’s now out for Android. In this game, players are tasked with changing the colors on a grid, starting from a variety of colors, and working your way toward uniformity. Players begin the game with a tutorial, and from there the board expands as players progress through the levels, with the same going for the number of colors on the board.
In yet more news about casual games set in outer space, there’s another option available to players. Dubbed Space Invaders (no, not that one), this is game where players will need to jump from one purple colored “pocket” of outer space, to the next. This will be done by tapping, but players will have a few things working against them.
Released by Playdigious, unWorded is a game that was initially released on iOS, and has now been ported over to Android. For those unfamiliar with the game, it’s predicated on the idea of shapes and other visual elements being comprised of letters. As an example, one could make an umbrella out of the the letter “J”, along with a vertical line and what looks like a parentheses, with the “J” being the standard curved handle that one associates with umbrellas.