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.
Tag: Unreal Engine
To many, a newly launched system isn’t complete without a great platformer. As Mario and Sonic have proven in their iconic games, nothing can challenge players of every level like a colorful, and surprisingly complex, platformer. Juju fills that niche rather well.
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.
Some big news coming out of the world of game development. Tim Sweeney, the CEO of Epic Games has come out today to announce that the new version of their game development engine, Unreal Engine 4, will be free and available to anyone who wants to make video games. That can be PC, mobile, console, whatever.
Tim Sweeney is the head of Epic Games, the company behind a plethora of major game franchises for PC and Console (and even mobile if you include Infinity Blade), as well as the engine that makes numerous major games as well, the Unreal Engine, has come out to say that virtual reality is going to change the world. This time virtual reality may actually accomplish just that.
Following the success of their previous projects Epoch and Epoch 2, Uppercut Games recently unveiled their next game in development entitled Submerged. In the Epoch series, the environment was a post-apocalyptic world where only robots survived to fight a war that never ends. In Submerged, the environment is literally overflowing with action, adventure and a compelling narrative. From the brief synopsis of the game, it appears the storyline will have as much heart as it does action and lush visuals.
Yep. Epic Games, the folks behind the Unreal Engine, and who brought you the epic graphical demo Epic Citadel have released a flappy birds clone dubbed Tappy Chicken. It runs off their Unreal Engine to ‘[showcase] the ease of use and flexibility of Unreal Engine 4.’
Qualcomm has released a new video showing how Epic is bringing high-end game graphics to mobile with the newest iteration of their Unreal Engine. Even though this is basically a demo reel showing off some rendered landscapes made with Unreal Engine 4, they are still impressive, especially when you take into account that these environments are on a mobile device.
Holy Warp is currently developing a hybrid game called Swords & Some Magic which combine some of the mechanics found in more traditional platformers with the gameplay and mechanics of an endless runner, all of which is being made using Unreal Engine. Your goal? To reach the top of the ‘Dark Tower’.