Gaming

It’s back to school with the Android Game Dev Bundle [DEALS]

What could be cooler than making your own Android app? Why, making your own Android game, of course! And now's your chance, again, to learn how. We're bringing back one of the hottest items off our Android Community Deals rack. Learn how to make your own game, with programming or not. Learn how to program for Android, game or not. Heck, learn how to program, whether it's for Android or not! All with our sweet Android Game Developer Bundle.

Defend Your Life: tower defense game set inside your body

Haven't we been looking forward to a tower defense game, action-packed combat and biology lesson all in just one game? No? Well, even if you haven't been clamoring for it, that is what you will get when you play a new Android game called Defend Your Life. And literally, you are defending the life of the body where the game is set in, as you fight hordes of bacteria and viruses bent on conquering the body.

Help an alien collect jems in inter-stellar strategy game UFHO2

Fans of the inter-stellar strategy game UFHO have waited two years for this, and now, finally, the sequel is here. UFHO2 lets you solve puzzles and challenges, all in the name of helping a jelly alien get as many gems as possible as it travels around the different planets and galaxies. Sounds like a job for those who get easily bored in simple games and are looking for more complicated challenges.

Defenders of Suntoria tower defense game hits Android

If you like tower defense you will want to check out the new game called Defenders of Suntoria. This tower defense game promises challenging game play with lots of missions to enjoy. Defenders of Suntoria features 20 different missions with three different game modes for gamers to play.

Digital version of board game Galaxy Trucker now on Android

If you're a fan of board games turned into digital video games, then this new Android mobile game may just appeal to you. And if you've had a secret dream to become a truck driver or to travel in space, then all the more you should have this on your mobile device. Get ready for Galaxy Trucker, where you'll learn to build a space ship from junk, go against pirates or meteors or both, and train to fly a five-engine ship that has just one engine left.

Gameloft brings Dungeon Hunter 5, pre-register now for rewards

Top-rated developer Gameloft has announced the fifth installment of the Dungeon Hunter series is currently in the works, but this early, followers of the game, as well as new users, can pre-register at the game’s micro-site (see source link below) to qualify for in-game rewards that can come in handy once the game launches officially.

Design your own games with this “pay what you want” course set [DEALS]

You may have gotten some programming chops from our previous Android app development courses, but that's only half the tools you'll need when making a game. The other half, game design, requires a different kind of mindset, a different set of tools. Luckily, we now also have a few courses just for that very purpose, and you get to pay what you want for these four courses from our Game Design Bundle.

Traffic Buster makes a game out of traffic management

Has it always been a dream of yours to manage the traffic in your neighborhood or a bustling city? No? But we're pretty sure you have your own ideas of how to solve traffic problems one way or another. Now is your chance to prove your mettle with Traffic Buster, a new Android game that lets you become a traffic guru in a game that should be as exciting as any car racing game, but this time you're on the other side of the law.

Sol Invictus sci-fi gamebook launched on Android

You might be forgiven for not knowing about Sol Invictus – if you didn’t play Kyle B. Stiff’s “Heavy Metal Thunder” which is the predecessor to this gamebook, you might not even know it existed. But we’re here to put a little bit of good old book gaming and science fiction into your world.

Trial Xtreme 4: trial bike riding through your mobile device

Extreme bike riding is probably one of the toughest (not to mention dangerous) but coolest individual sports around. But what if you're not built (or are too lazy) to endure the training needed to become a great biker? What if the only exercise you get is moving your finger back and forth a screen or flexing your wrists by tilting and turning your mobile device? Then the solution to that is the latest edition in the Trial Xtreme series.