Released by ColePower Games, Concrete Jungle is a new city planning/management game with some deck building elements.
Tag: simulation games
EA the juggernaut of publishers for mobile and console games, has released the latest entry into their basketball series. NBA Live Mobile is now available to download for free in the Google Play Store. The game looks and plays great. Upon playing it for the first time, it reminded me a bit of the old 2K Sports series I enjoyed long ago.
Spunge Games, creators of the colorful and enjoyable Cartoon Survivor, have recently released their latest game for Android. Have you ever been driving and found out that your brakes don’t work? Phil Faily knows exactly how that feels. As the main character in this hilarious driving game, you can see the fear etched on his face, the moment he finds out he is in trouble.
League of Monkeys is a game development company based in Melbourne, Australia. They recently released a racing game meant for those that enjoy cars with souped up engines, and racing challenges, that can only be completed with great driving skill. Torque Burnout is for those that love to hear engines roar, and like the smell of burnt rubber. If that is your cup of tea, Torque Burnout is available to download in the Play Store.
First Touch Games is known for their successful soccer games available for Android devices. Their games have good graphics, easy controls, and are generally quite fun to play. Score! Hero is their latest game. If you enjoy soccer/football, then you will enjoy playing Score! Hero.
I will be the first to say that I don’t play puzzle games that involve numbers. It just isn’t my cup of tea. Sudoku and many other similar games look intriguing, but I always pass them up. City 2048 looked interesting. It is a game based on the premise of 2048, without the numbers. Say no more! Sold!
Mediocre Games Studio is a game developer that has created very enjoyable, challenging, and beautiful games. The games they produce are anything but Mediocre, which makes the whole premise behind their name unique. If you have played their games such as Granny Smith, Sprinkle, Sprinkle Islands, or their most recent graphically alluring, and enormously fun game Smash Hit, then you know exactly what I am talking about.
Humble Bundle has had amazing success since its inception back in 2010. If you are not familiar with it, here is a brief summation. Digital bundles of games or other media are put together for you to purchase. You get to name your own price, while supporting various charities. Things have expanded quite a bit now to include a Weekly Bundle, Books Bundles, Mobile Bundles, Flash Bundles and of course the Humble Store. The Humble Bundle PC and Android 11 just went live. It is amazing, over five-thousand bundles have been sold thus far. Why? Because this bundle is full of great gaming. The charities supported vary from time to time, but this time it is The Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity. You also have the opportunity to decide how you want to divide up your contribution. Let’s see what is included with this bundle.
If you haven’t been lured into the time sink pit known as Kairosoft and their games you may finally be enticed to nab on of their awesome sim games now that they have randomly put them on sale on the Android Market. A total of four games are now on sale for a limited time.
Last month we reported on a new game coming from Game Insight called Crime Story. While Game Insight may not be a familiar name to you, chances are you’ve heard about or played their previous games on the Android Market such as Paradise Island.