Gaming

Level Up! The “Coming Soon” Edition

Greetings Gamers! It's been a while since we last had our weekly Android gaming recap and while there have indeed been a ton of new and updated games that have come our way, this time around, we're taking a different route. This time, we'll be taking a closer look at some of the games that have yet to come our way, very soon or not so soon, especially those from the big names in the industry. So get your pens and wishlists ready for this edition of Level Up, the ghost of games yet to come!

Swap Heroes 2 lets swap characters to attack, lead heroes into quests

There are hundreds probably thousands of role-playing games available on the Play Store but only a few catch our attention. I'm not into complex RPGs simply because I don't have a lot of time but Swap Heroes 2 seems like something I will play longer than usual because it's very easy to play. The simple and pixelized graphics make the game kid-friendly while portrait orientation of gameplay makes it easier to play too.

Build and defend your Spartan city in new Android game

If you were one of the ten people who watched 300: Rise of An Empire or you still can't get over the first (and better?) film, then you will get to be one of the brave citizens of this ancient,historic Greek city, even if it's just on your smartphone or tablet. However, this is not just a "movie" to watch, but you need to be totally into strategic city-building games to fully appreciate the Age of Sparta, now available for Android devices.

Sonic Runners is a side-scrolling version of the classic SEGA game

Sonic Runners will always remind me of my childhood when Super Sonic is the fastest and cutest hedgehog to grace the screen. This is a more modern version of the endless runner game with new mobile friend controls. To run, jump, and spin, you only need to tap on the screen to finish Sonic world in lightning speed. (Come to think of it, this was perhaps the inspiration for Temple Run.)

Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf RPG gamebook gets a complete edition

If you're tired of the fast-paced, high-octane action games on smartphones but aren't exactly willing to go over to the more laid back yet addictive, sometimes frustrating, casual games, then maybe it's time to give gamebooks a try. Fortunately for you, one of the more popular ones is landing with a bang. Although Joe Dever's Lone Wolf has actually been around for quite a while, even on Android, it is only now that it is coming in one complete package, and with a time-limited discount to boot.

Revamped Major Magnet game now back on Android, arcade-style

Sometimes, you just need a little magnetism to succeed in life. Or in this case, you need a whole lot of magnets to save the world. The original game has gotten critical praise and awards from other platforms, and now finally, it has made its way to Android, revamped and ready to win over more fans with its magnetic appeal. Are you ready to meet Major Magnet and help him save mankind?

Learn the ins and outs of Grudgeball, Regular Show style

If you're a fan of the Cartoon Network's The Regular Show (because come on, a lot of adults watch the CN, admit it), you'll have a lot of fun trying to play with the whole gang as they battle it out in the Chaosphere. But even if you don't know anything about the animated series, you can still find Grudgeball: Enter the Chaosphere entertaining enough with its combination of dodgeball, volleyball, and hot potato in one crazy game.

Kill the monster with kindness (we mean sheep) in new Android game

What do you do when a large monster from the sea suddenly attacks your coastal city and it's up to you to save the trapped citizens? Probably one of the last things you'll do is to fling sheep at it, but that's exactly what you need to do to beat this monster in a brand new Android game called, what else, Monster vs Sheep. And if you enjoy flicking things on your smartphone or tablet, then this should be a fun ride for you.
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