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).
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Out There is a game of surviving outer space. Players assume the role of an astronaut that has awoken from cryonic sleep, and is now located in a far away, and unfamiliar, portion of outer space. From this remote locale you venture forth, eking out your survival by re-purposing salvage found drifting through space, skimming oxygen from planets that have it, alien tech, and the like. The game is quite difficult, per the admission of the developers on their page in Google Play, with its focus being resource management and interactive fictions. This base game costs $3.99.
Free Free Free Free Free To Play (abbreviated as FFFFFTP) is an upcoming game for Android. The story for this game is simple. An evil ogre named Ug has kidnapped Princess Pixel and is holding her for ransom. It’s the player’s job to (presumably) defeat the ogre in order to rescue her.
Mediocre Games is currently working on their next title for Android gamers to sink their time into and this next game will be something a lot different than what people are used to when it comes to Mediocre Games’ titles. That’s because there’s no cartoon animation or quirky humor in the company’s next game called Smash Hit.
While the decision was made official that it would not be another Alice game that Spicy Horse would be making with the appearance of the OZombie Kickstarter campaign the other day, at least not at first, the company has seen a bit of a bumpy road with the OZombie game as well.
American McGee’s Spicy Horse Games has announced that they will be making a new Oz games and it is not the one that was canceled back in 2004 called American McGee’s Oz. So what will this game be? It is in the early stages of development and Spicy Horse Games hasn’t even narrowed down what genre it will end up being in.
The Gauntlet inspired game that OrangePixel has been working on lately and that we have talked about a few times in the recent past now has a bit more of a solid release time frame. For those of you looking to get your hands on Heroes of Loot, you won’t have to wait much longer.
Capcom has finally publicly released Street Fighter IV on Google Play for residents of Japan. However, this game has been available for folks who happened to own one of the LG HD phones that were released last year which came with this game exclusively for those devices. It now looks like everyone else will final get to play the game without having to use the cracked version from XDA.
The recently released hit indie iOS game by Terry Cavanagh called Super Hexagon could end up getting an Android version fairly soon according to an AMA the developer held yesterday on Reddit. Released about three days ago, it has already sold over 10,000 copies and is considered by many to be ridiculously addictive.