Subdivision Infinity is a vast space shooter hurtling its way towards Android. You’ll build and upgrade your own ship then explore a gorgeous 3D space at your leisure. You’ll most… Continue reading
To be released by Crescent Moon Games, Atomic Super Lander is set to drop on Android this week.
Released by Shaven Puppy Ltd, Titan Attacks is a modern riff on the classic Space Invaders game. To that end, the invading Titans will align in similar patterns as the classic game, and slowly march downward from the top of the screen.
Released by DHOWELL PRODUCTIONS, Rocket R!ot is a new casual game for the Android platform. The goal of this game is pretty simple. Players will have a number of rockets that will need guiding toward their planetary destination. Each ship is color coded, and will match the color of the destination world.
Released by Noodlecake studios, Sunburn is a puzzle game with an outer space setting.
Exiles: Far Colony is the latest game from Crescent Moon games, also made games that you might have played like Neon Shadow, Mines of Mars, and the Ravensword. Like Ravensword before it, Exiles is an open world Action/RPG, only its the SciFi counterpart to Ravensword’s fantasy theme. While the undertaking is ambitious and full of potential, the game falls short of what appears to be Crescent Moon’s intent.
Rovio is getting in on the holiday action this season by putting up all the HD versions of all their games on sale for $0.99. If you own the free versions of any of their games and happen to want to get rid of the ads, while getting a little bit of a boost in the visual department, then now is a good time to take advantage of the sale.
Following up on this morning’s news regarding the update for Angry Birds Space called Utopia is the fact that Angry Birds Space now has in-game purchases. There are two items you can purchase within the games, one being a bundle of Space Eagles.
It is no secret now that Rovio has a new Angry Birds title in the works due out next month called Angry Birds Space. With the help of NASA and National Geographic in it’s development and the fact it will use space physics giving it a whole new style of gameplay, this could be very interesting.