Gameloft. In what looks to be one of their better titles available this year, Blitz Brigade, you'll be running around and shooting enemies in a fast-paced free shooter game for Android and iOS. The good news, it will hit the Play Store tomorrow. We've been told late tonight, so we're guessing around midnight.
Gameloft is teasing a brand new game heading to an Android smartphone or tablet near you soon, and it looks outright amazing. Since the awesome game developers at Valve still haven't jumped on the mobile bandwagon Gameloft is taking it upon themselves to deliver some quality goods. Blitz Brigade is their new game and it has quite a Team Fortress 2 feeling if you ask us.
Gameloft's popular mobile first person shooter N.O.V.A has finally arrived for Android late yesterday. With improved graphics, stunning visuals, huge multiplayer maps and more can Gameloft deliver? For $6.99 many are expecting a quality game that is worth their dollar. Read on for full details, video, and our thoughts.
Bridea and NVIDIA for some time. Being THD this is only for Tegra 3 quad-core devices for now, and brings an easy-to-play arcade style shooter to Android. Available now you'll want to see our hands-on video below.
pick it up in the Google Play Store for the odd price of $1.11, and any device running Eclair or later can join in the fun. That said, you'll probably want something with at least a 1ghz processor to get the best experience.
1996 classic Duke Nukem 3D. The game will be coming to the Android Market in all its blocky, pixelated glory from developer Tapjoy.
Gameloft, today has just announced that their number one first person shooter for Android and iOS will soon be free. Brothers in Arms: Global Front will soon be "Global Front Free+" and will be available to everyone on both platforms completely free. Originally $4.99 from Gameloft.com this is one of those games if you haven't played for mobile, you should.
released earlier this week has now been confirmed to have fixed the pesky artificial framerate cap. The old cap of 30 frames per second, which HTC said could not be crossed or fixed with a software update alone, has been passed by Engadget’s own updated EVO 4G.