Animoca has released their new Rhythm-based game onto Android today called Groove Planet. This isn’t your typical music game through, where you just have to worry about tapping along to a particular beat. With this game you’re actually developing a planet through the use of the game’s music.
Tag: rhythm games
Set to be released by Headup Games, and developed by Incodra, Dub Dash is a new rhythm game that’s coming soon to Android, which we originally reported on back in September 2015. It was originally slated for release in Q4 2015, but as you can tell, it is a bit late on hitting Google Play. Today, however, we have a more specific release time for Dub Dash.
The rather popular rhythm-based dancing game called Love Dance from Cubinet International will be getting a pretty large update, called The Next Stage, in the very near future. For those of you not familiar with this game, Love Dance is a full 3D dancing game with all genres of music and dancing styles being present.
Released by I&C Soft, FantasyBeat: RhythmAction RPG is just what the name would indicate, a rhythm-based RPG. With a story that contains the classic clash between good and evil, as players seek to save their kingdom from peril. Players will pursue, attack, and defend, all to the beat of the music. On the other hand, players will be facing of against bosses, as well as upgrading and customizing characters.
Rayark, oh Rayark…How we appreciate thee! Yes, I am sure you know by now that I am the resident Rayark fanboy at DroidGamers. Nope, there is no shame there, as they produce high-quality games. Recently, we were informed that they have quite a few things going on including Deemo 2.2, but also, a new game called Voez. This game looks to be just as fun and challenging as Deemo and Cytus.
Rayark Games is known for the high-quality production that goes into their games and the trailers that precedes them. If you have ever played Deemo, Cytus or Implosion: Never Lose Hope, then you know exactly what I am talking about. If you aren’t familiar with Rayark, now is the perfect time to jump in. A few hours ago, Rayark just teased a new chapter for the fan-favorite music game Cytus. Do I hear a thunder of applause?
Some of the team behind the rather great game Valiant Hearts has joined forces with some other game developers to form Digiart Entertainment. During the Tokyo Game Show 2015, the company debuted its upcoming release for mobile devices called Lost In Harmony.
Headup Games today has announced their newest title that will be heading to Android soon called Dub Dash. Players will be trying to complete various challenging courses that have been designed to flow with the game’s soundtrack perfectly.
To be released by Fliptus Pty Ltd, Beat Bop is a tapping game where players are using their frantic tapping to create music for fans. Players assume the same Le of a struggling guitar player, with aspirations of stardom. As players progress their character, they’ll be recruiting band-mates to play with, and invest in merchandise that can be sold when not playing the game.
SNK Playmore has done rather well for themselves with bringing their older franchises to mobile devices. So it is a bit weird when the company has announced that one of their games will be removed from both Apple and Android platforms this week. The game being removed is their rather odd The Rhythm of Fighters game.