Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over but there is still the Humble Bundle. In fact, more have been added to the Humble Crescent Moon Mobile Bundle. Three more unlocked bonuses have been added as well so everyone is happy.
It seems that the credo of a lot of new mobile games these days is simple is the new hard. Games that are easy to explain and understand (some even minimalist) are suddenly extremely difficult to play. But hey, we're not really complaining because if all games were easy to play, then it would be boring.
There wasn’t much fanfare about the new Heavenstrike Rivals fighting game that Square Enix released just a few days back that we almost missed it, but we didn’t (ha!). The game is a PVP (peer-vs-peer) style fighting game that allows users to challenge their online friends to fighting battles.
The team behind this epic RPG called “The Shadow Sun” had a lot of gaming cred behind them, having designed that highly enjoyable Neverwinter Nights 2 expansion “Mysteries of Westgate”. But the game was announced in 2010, and it took a while for it to get here. Now, it’s completely blown up (in a good way) on iOS and serious Android gamers are finally going to have a crack at it.
Some say there are two kinds of people in this world: those who cringe when they see numbers and those who get a thrill when they see numerical symbols, whether it's in an excel file, an infographic, or even a mobile game. If you're part of the latter, then you'll definitely enjoy a new Android game where all you can see are numbers (and some shapes and colors too).
After being announced in January 2014, Tribal Wars 2 finally arrives on Android as a multi-device, cross platform strategy gaming app. With the landslide success of “Clash of Clans” a lot more developers are willing to develop cross-platform games, and InnoGames is betting on Tribal Wars 2 to be an exciting Android gaming prospect.
What do you do when your new touch-based racing game gets downloaded over 2 million times on iOS? Well, apart from be deliriously happy, the obvious next step would be to release it on Android as well. That’s exactly what Marvelous Europe and Genera Mobile have done with Touch Racing 2, bringing this new racing game as a free-to-download game to the Google Play Store.
Ever tried driving off road? I bet you haven’t because the geek in you is too afraid to get rough and dirty. But hey, you can still live this dream by playing games such as the Offroad Legends 2. It’s still as thrilling and heart-stopping like the real thing. (Of course, no one is stopping you to buy that dream monster trucks of yours…)
The app is called “The Witcher Adventure Game” and it is a digitized version of the board game based on the standout RPG game made by CD Projekt Red. It’s a multiplayer game that allows you play as one of four heroes who wander around the game territory, battling monsters, and gaining experience and glory. Sounds fun right?
Peter Molyneux, one of the preeminent British game designers of our day, has received a lot of deserved recognition for another one of his “play god” games – this most recent called “Godus”. The game has spent a lot of time on Steam and iOS, but now it’s finally out on Android.