The Sandbox Evolution continues it’s content update crusade. It seems like every couple weeks they’re adding new features and modes. Developer Pixowl released the Medieval update this past week, and it contains new elements and sprites to keep your custom-made world fresh.
Angeldust is a new quirky MMO out now for Android devices. Looking for a unique crafting MMO? Then Angeldust might be right up your alley. For starters, Angeldust has no quests or story line. It is a fully rendered 3d open world game with a cel shaded look akin to Borderlands. An interesting feature of the game is that it is playable across multiple platforms. Android phones, tablets and PC’s are all connected in this world. You could play on your phone, then log in with your PC and everything would be the same. Or you could be playing on your tablet while your friend was playing on a PC. It all works just fine. Once you create an account, you can go to the Angeldust website and customize your character.
Released by Anton Skvortsov, PixelTerra is a new crafting and survival game for the Android platform. In this game, players will be assuming the role of a nameless character, who is simply seeking to eek out an existence that is challenged by things like hunger, exposure, and even monsters. Beyond just survival the horrors that alternate on the game’s day/night cycle, players will pass the time by hunting and fishing, as well as crafting at different levels.
Cubemetry Wars is an upcoming game from indie developer called Ghulam Jewel and will actually be their first release onto Android. This particular game is an arcade title where you’ll be controlling a green cube, with the goal being to collect the blue cubes while avoiding the red ones.
Dear readers, I pose a question to you. What’s better than a fine game? A developer of a fine game that cares enough to keep it fresh! Sorry if I didn’t give you an opportunity to answer there, I’m excitable. Today We have a darling that we’ve reported on previously here, The Sandbox Evolution. Developers PIXOWL INC. have a release on deck that brings a new gameplay mode, Human Clones. Your poor humans are industrious and stupid, and only through your prescient intervention do they have a chance.
To be released by Pixbits, Junk Jack is a 2D crafting game, riffing on the idea of Minecraft. In this game, players will get to customize what their character looks like, with options that include gender, hair, skin tone, and more. Characters start the game by trying to harvest resources from the immediate surroundings, which would include wood, stone, and more, from the forest. Other biomes include forests that grow completely under ground, and even Egyptian tombs, or rivers and lakes full of water, or flows of lava and pools of acid.
Last month, we covered the release of a game called Mine Colony. In the last several weeks, the game has received a bit of an overhaul. For those unfamiliar with the game, it’s a side scrolling game that focuses on building, crafting, and survival, with a Minecraft feel to the graphics and setting of the game.
MineCon 2016 is just around the corner and as of today anyone with the full version of Minecraft: Pocket Edition will be able to snap up the exclusive MineCon 2016 skins while they are available for a limited time. What’s even better is that you can grab these for free during this time period.
It’s Friday so it is time once again for our Android game sale round-up and this week’s list is actually quite big. A good chunk of the list are new titles while there also is a decent amount of repeats as well. Regardless there’s a good amount of decent games on sale this weekend.
For those who enjoy games with a pixelated look, and Minecraft or Terraria in particular, MineColony is a new game on Android should be able to scratch that itch. Released by Tomasz Umbras, this game is one where players set out to build a colony in a world that’s procedurally generated.