It is time for another Android game sale round-up for the end of this week. We are doing it today instead of our usual Friday round-up since we have already talked a lot this week about sales, so we wanted to wait till the very end of this week to make sure we get all the good games into this list this week.
Tag: SNK Playmore
This weekend is shaping up to be a pretty good one when it comes to Android games going on sale. While we still have to get our weekly Android game sale round-up finished, there are some developers who have put most, if not all, of their games on sale which we need to inform everyone about. SNK Playmore is one of those developers and they have put all of their paid games on sale for $0.99 for a limited time.
Originally released in 1993 by SNK, Fatal Fury Special has been released for Android. Originally the game was released as an updated version of Fatal Fury 2, though SNK asserts that this mobile release is more, having revised the balance of the game, and introduced a new system for combos (which apparently weren’t included at all, in versions previous to the original release of Fatal Fury Special).
SNK Playmore has brought another one of their brawlers to Android called Garou: Mark of the Wolves. If you have played any other their other brawlers on Android, or in general for that matter, then you already should have a pretty good idea as to what to expect. For those of you curious, this is part of the Fatal Fury series.
SNK Playmore has released another one of their classic games onto Android and this time it is Beast Busters. Originally released in 1989, this is an on-rails shooter style of game which originally had players controlling one of three military servicemen as you go around killing monsters. In this version though you will also have the option of controlling your favorite King of Fighters characters.
Today is turning out to be one of those days where there is just so many good games to play that it is almost hard to keep track of. SNK Playmore has also released a new game today and it is another King of Fighters title. This particular one is King of Fighters 2012(F). So what does the (F) stand for? Our guess is ‘Free’ because that’s how much the game costs.
SNK Playmore has been steadily releasing ports of some of their most popular franchises and games in their catalog onto Android for awhile now. This includes the King of Fighters franchise, the Meta Slug franchise, the Raiden franchise and so on. If you’ve missed picking any of these games up for whatever reason, you might want to consider grabbing the ones you want now.
King of Fighters 98: Dream Match Never Ends was a 2D fighting game release in (surprise!) 1998 by SNK. Originally released on the Neo Geo, it later was ported to the PlayStation as well as the Dreamcast. What makes this fighting game unique is that it contains all the fighters from releases that came prior to this one, including those that had died in their story arc (which was rebooted with the subsequent release).
Metal Slug 3 is a 16-bit blast from the past that is available from both Google Play for $3.99 as well as on Humble Bundle 10 (the most recent as of this writing). In this side scrolling shooter, it’s the player’s job to keep the world from the oppression of an invading force fashioned after the Nazis, among others.
Welcome to another end-of-the-week round-up of Android games that are on sale right now. This week’s round-up has actually quite a few titles going on sale which is to be expected the closer we get to the Christmas holidays. Aside from Sega’s sale on Sonic The Hedgehog games, a bunch of other developers have put their games on sale including Square Enix, AMA, Gameloft, Full Fat Games and so on. There’s also Kemco’s massive sale going on as well as all of SNK Playmore titles also.