It's Friday and that can mean only one thing, that it is time for another Android game sale round-up. This week's round-up has a few of new titles added to it with a fair amount of repeats from our last round-up included as well.
Whether you are getting ready to send in your Shield Tablet or not because of the voluntary recall that was announced this morning, Nvidia has also pushed out a new OTA update which is labeled as version 3.1. This update brings Android 5.1.1 to your Shield Tablet among other various tweaks and improvements.
In a mix of disparate concepts, players will have the opportunity to fly UFOs that are piloted by wooly mammoths. Players are looking to fire their choice of sixteen different weapons through three-dimensional sectors of space, but (being outer space) there are gravitational fields to be factored in, and are caused by things such as stars, planets, asteroids, and wormholes.
Stormhatt Studios today released their first game onto Android called Barmark. This particular game is a point-and-click exploration title where players will have the ability to alter the environment within the game to however you see fit. In fact this is a pretty unique game in that there are no points, no goals, and no deaths.
Just over a week ago we reported on a new partnership between Deep Silver FISHLABS and Okam Studios for an unannounced mobile game. Actually Toneworx is also involved in that unannounced game which, as of today, now has a name: Stranded - Mars ONE.
Having already been an Ouya exclusive, the award winning Whispering Willows is now set to drop on multiple platforms this summer, which will include Android at large. Within this game, players will assume the role of a young lady by the name of Elena.
Not too long ago we teamed up with Gamevil to give our readers some in-game goodies for Gamevil's newly released Dungeon Link game. Everyone seemed to have liked that quite a lot so we have done it again but this time teaming up with Herocraft for their new Warhammer 40K: Space Wolf game.
Gameloft's Gangstar Vegas open world crimefest may have been out for awhile, but that doesn't mean it can't get new content either. Today the Devil's Due update has been pushed out to Gangstar Vegas for download, and brings with it a bunch of new features to play around with.
Noodlecake Games newest title called Shooting Stars has now been published onto Google Play. Shooting Stars has players taking on aliens who have disguised themselves as a variety of celebrities. Get it? Shooting Stars? Anyways... this is a pure arcade shump (shoot 'em up) game with a varied of game modes to play through.