Rovio has just released an epic trailer for its new avian versus swine game, Angry Birds Epic. The video contains just enough humor to assure fans of the Angry Birds franchise that the company hasn't yet run out of ideas just yet.
It happens every so often that one pushes just the wrong button and unintentionally reveals some things meant for some other day. That seems to be the case behind Google's premature announcement of new features to its Google Play Games services.
OUYA might be expanding its coverage beyond its tiny living room box, but it is definitely not abandoning it just yet. At GDC 2014, the company will be demoing 12 new titles that will be hitting its Android-based gaming console soon.
Soon the word "flappy" will have a different connotation altogether. Although the game that started it all has officially gone away, its legacy remains with sometimes ridiculous consequences. Now a company is trying to get game developers to drop their flappy names because it claims to own the trademark that it applied for just a month ago.
PC gamers in the crowd might be in for a treat. The popular Mount & Blade franchise has arrived on Android in the form of a new title called Mount & Blade: Warband. This port of the title is apparently thanks to the efforts of NVIDIA.
As expected, halfway into its campaign, Humble Bundle adds a few more games to its list. While these three games look simple on the surface, each bears its own unique feature that could keep you entertained for hours.
If you have the urge to relive gaming history's classic moments on a bigger screen, then look no further. GamingCast will let you play old-school games like Pong and a more recent Snake on your TV thanks to the magic of Chromecast.
Humble Bundle has just announced yet another campaign for Android. Pay what you want for four mobile games, including the water racing Riptide GP2 and territorial strategy Catan, or even six if you get to beat the current average.
Crescent Moon Games, one of the more prolific mobile game developers and publishers, has announced a new game coming to Android this month. Demonrock: War of Ages is a sword swinging, fireball flinging reverse tower defense RPG that follows in the footsteps of the likes of Diablo.
If you've felt that game developers Rovio have abandoned our Angry Birds in their tropical captivity then you have another thing coming. Our agitated avian friends are back to cause some destruction and this time they have to rescue some new aquatic friends as well.