Vikings II, from developer PinPin Team, has just arrived on Google Play. It’s the sequel to 2016’s acclaimed Vikings: an Archer’s Journey. The follow-up differs from its predecessor… Continue reading
Galaxy on Fire 3 sure took its sweet time coming to Android, didn’t it? Let’s hope it’s better late than never though, as it’s finally out on Google Play. You… Continue reading
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.
How many of you, my fellow DroidGamers readers, remember the golden age of horizontal shoot ’em ups (from here on referred to as “shmups”), dominated by legendary games like Gradius, R-Type, and Blazing Star? Quite a few of you, I reckon. Now, how many also remember the golden age of the ZX Spectrum, which helped popularize gaming on the personal computer way back in the early 1980’s? Maybe not as many, I’m guessing. The ZX Spectrum was home to quite a few memorable early shmups, and with the newly-released Z-Exemplar, developer Suminell Studios aims to deliver a grand ode to the best of both eras, one which can be appreciated by long-time fans and newcomers alike.
Neural Diver is a futuristic themed arcade game where players combat viruses in cyber space. However, instead of doing it like we do in this day and age, with anti-virus programs and firewalls, in the future they use elite soldier called Neural Divers who have been trained to detach their minds from their bodies in order to enter cyber space.
For those of you who dig arcade side-scrolling shooters, or shmups depending on what you like to call them, there is a new one that was released the other day called Space Shooter Ultimate. As you would expect with a good shooter, you have plenty of levels to work your way through and boss fights to deal with.
Back in December of last year we talked about the critically-acclaimed shmup Ikaruga and the fact that it had appeared on Google Play albeit for residents of Japan only at the time. Well the popular Xbox Live Arcade shooter is now available for everyone to download, not just residents of Japan.
Back near the end of January of this year we posted about a bullet hell shoot-em-up (or Shmup for short) that would be coming from our friends over at int13 called Shogun. Well for all you shmup fans out there who have been waiting for this title, it has now been released onto Android.