Released by Alpha Dog Games, MonstroCity: Rampage is a new city builder (and destroyer) game for the Android platform. In this game, players will be tasked with the defeating of the evil genius Dr. Spotnik. This goal is accomplished by way of players directing a squad of oversized monsters into destroying the city in which Dr. Spotnik resides.
In what looks to be one of the most amazing jumps in the quality of a sequel, Developers Cornfox & Bros.’ Oceanhorn: Knights of the Lost Realm is improving on the original game on every level possible. It features a new protagonist in a different time period, a new perspective (moving from top-down, to 3rd person), a new engine (the tried and true Unreal Engine 4!), and even new features that will make this action RPG even better than the first.
Our friends over at Gamevil have soft launched their newest title onto Android called Devilian. This particular game is being developed by Bluehole using Unity, while Gamevil will be doing the publishing end of things. If the name of this game sounds familiar, it is because it’s actually based off of the Trion-developed PC MMORPG called Devilian.
Our friends over at Gamevil have soft launched their newest title onto Android called Devilian. This particular game is being developed by Bluehole using Unity3D, while Gamevil will be doing the publishing end of things. If the name of this game sounds familiar, it is because it’s actually based off of the Trion-developed PC MMORPG called Devilian.
Epic has announced today that the newest version of their game development engine, Unreal Engine 4, now officially supports Google’s new Android-powered Virtual Reality platform Daydream. The support comes in the form of an official plugin which is actually now available for developers to grab and use to make Daydream games already.
Mobile World Congress 2016 has started and Samsung held their usual Unpacked event that they do each year, but this time the company’s focuses was a lot on mobile gaming. during their event, Samsung ran a tech demo which was to show off Unreal Engine 4 running with the new Vulkan platform.
Nvidia has launched a trio of spine-tingling new games this week on GeForce NOW, its cloud-based game streaming service that allows Android gamers to play full PC game releases on Nvidia’s Shield family of devices including Shield Android TV, Shield tablet and Shield portable.
Gamescom 2015 has officially begun this week and there is plenty of mobile gaming news heading our way all week. While we will be scouring the show floor for all things related to Android gaming, we also have plenty of meetings set up and one of those meetings is with Vivid Games to get some hands-on time with Real Boxing 2. However the company has released the first teaser trailer for their game already.
Nvidia has made a second announcement at Google I/O 2015 and while yesterday’s was the official launch of the company’s new Shield Android TV console, today’s announcement is for a new suite of tools called AndroidWorks. These tools have been designed to help developers make better Android games and is an expansion of Nvidia’s current suite of tools for PC game developers called GameWorks.
The HTC Vive is quickly become a major contender in the Virtual Reality headset space and it hasn’t even been released yet. With a partnership between Valve and HTC, the HTC Vive headset already has some great hardware and software being developed as well as third-party companies building sensors and other goodies for it. Today one more company has announced support for the HTC Vive, which will definitely lend some extra power to the gaming aspect for the HTC Vivie.