Back in October of 2016 we reported on Kairosoft who had just released a new game onto Android, but only in Japan at the time, called Million March. That was actually the roughly translated name of the game, but the English version has made its way to Western shores now and is officially called March to a Million.
Tag: sim games
Released by Swift Apps LTD, The Wolf is an online simulator that’s been released on to Android. In this game, players will assume the eponymous role of a wolf, and work their way through the open world. At the game’s opening, players will be able to both select which subspecies they’d like to appear as, and also customize the stats and skills of said wolf that they plan to use, which includes Health, Defense, Attack, and Speed for its Attributes, and a trio of skill trees that cover the following categories: Basic (pumps to attack, health regen, etc), Aura (boosts to attack and crit, as well as regen after death), and Special (icy spikes, venemous skin, and so on).
Kairosoft, known for their ‘story’ style sim games, has decided to jump into the holiday game sale spirit by offering up some of their original Android releases for a sale price, ranging from 60-80% off their regular prices. In total there are 5 games that have been discounted down to pricing between $0.99-$1.25.
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.
Usually we do our weekly round-up of Android games on sale each Friday, but while this week’s list is on a Friday, it is probably the biggest list of Android games on sale that we have seen in some time. It’s even bigger than last year’s list, or looks like it is. This list contains all the games on sale right now for a limited time, not including the previous articles earlier this week on other games going on sale. Those, however, will still be linked in here for easier access.
Brought to us by Atari, RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic has just been released on to the Android Platform. This game is somewhat unique, in that it is a bit of a mashup of between the first two RollerCoaster Tycoon games from the franchise, that were originally released in ’99 and ’02 respectively.
NTT Solmore Corp, known and praised for their various dating sims released on Facebook, Mobile and PC, and for their biggest hit “Shall we date?”, have launched their latest title, Moe! Ninja Girls, on Google Play Store, which unsurprisingly happens to also be a dating sim with branching story paths and multiple endings.
Qurius is an interesting title. While still in beta, it offers a new take on the god-like creation games out there. Qurius actually uses your location and GPS systems to translate your actual weather to in game actions. In Qurius, you are tasked with saving a mysterious world from its imminent destruction.
After this game was released on the Ouya early last year, Hero Generations is now available for all of Android, but under the new name of Hero Generations ReGen. This is a game that crosses roguelike elements with your typical 4X strategy. The gameplay is turn-based, with each turn taking one year’s time in the lift of your heroes. Each of the characters will age that year, and part of the game will include players attempting to marry off their characters, and leveling up their progeny.
VaragtP Studios, developers of Tap Heroes and Loot Heroes, have released their third game onto Android called Plantera. Unlike the company’s other games, which are clicker/idler RPGs, this is an arcade-sim hybrid title where you’ll be trying to protect your garden from critters wanting to eat all your plants.