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Hellraid: The Escape arrives on Android

Room escape-themed games have quietly gained a niche of fans, creating a kind of sub-genre for itself. Their fans are the intellectual, puzzle-loving, slow gaming type of people, as evidenced in game titles like “The Room” and “Escape the Room”. But what if an escape game would have a more action-paced bent to it? Well, that would be what “Hellraid: The Escape” is – a solid escape game with its puzzles leaning towards action.

Highly-acclaimed game Unmechanical arrives on Android

Puzzle-based games are dime-a-dozen, so it’s particularly exciting to see one receive as much acclaim as Teotl Studios’ “Unmechanical”. The game has received the Best Game award at the Brazilian International Games Festival and the Best Artistic Achievement award at Nordic Game Awards. But what’s more exciting is that it has now landed in the Android gaming sphere – beginning its life on Steam and then moving to iOS before actually getting here.

Gameloft’s Wild Blood gameplay trailer released [Video]

Gameloft's first Unreal powered game to make its way to mobile devices, Wild Blood, has finally been shown off today. After initially teasing gamers a few weeks back about the upcoming game today we have the first gameplay trailer. If you want to get a taste of Gameloft's next-gen game take a peek below.

Gameloft’s next-gen game “Wild Blood” preview trailer unvealed

Gameloft unleashed the rumor mill last week after posting an awesome picture of their upcoming next generation title for Android and iOS. The game had no name, but we can now confirm is called "Wild Blood" and is their first game to use the wildly popular Unreal Graphics Engine. Unreal is behind the iOS hit Infinity Blade, and multiple games like Gears of War, and now is finally coming to Android full steam.

Gameloft teases next-gen Infinity Blade rival for Android

One of the biggest game developers for mobile, Gameloft, is at it again this afternoon teasing an upcoming game. This isn't just another run-of-the-mill mobile game either. This is their absolute first game to use the highly impressive Unreal Engine for graphics, only on mobile. If you've been waiting for something impressive like Infinity Blade to arrive on Android -- this is it.

Gameloft Bringing Their First Unreal Engine Game to Android

Gameloft, creator of exceedingly fancy mobile games, has announced that their first game developed using the Unreal Engine, "March of Heroes," will be making it's way to Android. Gameloft has been really churning out the Android games lately, such as the recently announced 9mm. They have even been announced to have an exclusive store bundled with the Evo 3D. Now they're bringing a new FPS using the power of Unreal's gaming engine.

Dungeon Defenders, the First Unreal Engine Based Game, Available Now

It's no surprise that gaming has made a huge shift from dedicated devices such as the Nintendo DS and PSP to mobile phones. As phones becoming more and more powerful gaming becomes more of an option as they are made able to run intensive graphics. A perfect example of this is the first Unreal Engine game for Android, Dungeon Defenders, which is now available. Dungeon Defenders is a new 3D game that's mixes tower defense gameplay with some RPG elements. It's graphics are incredibly impressive for a mobile phone game and it's definitely worth checking out. You can see a the launch trailer (iOS) below which will give you a good idea of what gameplay will be like: [youtube]njKRC51s4qc[/youtube] The game is available for only $2.99 which is well worth it and it's worth noting that because it comes in at over 600 MB it will take you longer than the 15 minute refund window to download it, so make sure you really want it - who wouldn't - and that your device is suggested which is detailed below: Suggested Devices: Best: All Tegra 2 Based Devices High-End: Nexus S, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Galaxy S phones Mid-Range: T-Mobile G2, Droid X, Droid 2 Minimum Requirements: 512 MB RAM (256 free at runtime) GPU capable of OpenGL ES 2.0 Android 2.1 800 Mhz CPU or greater recommended SD card with at least 600 MB free storage [Via Android And Me]

Dungeon Defenders Coming to Android

The Dungeon Defenders team has just confirmed that the game will be coming to the Android platform. As part of the Unreal Engine adding Android support, we will see the game right before Christmas.

Unreal Engine May be coming to Android Soon

Many previously iOS only games such as Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja, on top of previously iOS only OpenFeint have made their way to Android this week. It only makes sense that the Unreal Engine would be ported to the ever growing, always popular Android OS soon as well. Ever since GDC 2010 when the engine was announced to be coming to iOS there has been speculation if and when it would be coming to Android.