After many complaints, and in order to abide by laws set up by the European Commision, Google will no longer be labeling games with in-app purchases (IAP) as free. The complaints are around children charging up their parent's credit cards, without parents knowledge, in games that were labeled as free, but offer IAP.
Originally scheduled to be released tomorrow, Modern Combat 5: Blackout is actually available now, a day early. For only $6.99 you can experience a graphically intense FPS on your mobile device and if you follow the storyline at all, then you'll be wanting this fifth installment into the series to take up where you left off in Modern Combat 4.
Chuck's Challenge 3D Reloaded is available now on Google Play published by NVIDIA Tegra Partners, just in time for the July 29th release of the Shield Tablet. It will play on many devices though, as long as it meets the minimum specifications, which require a 1GB of RAM.
It seems that Modern Combat 5: Blackout has been leaked out onto the big internet and Gameloft is none too happy about it, especially since the apparent person responsible for this is a winner of a contest to get early access to the game. Once they got their early access copy, the winner in question cracked it and started distributing it online.
Kemco has had one of their games break the covenant 1 million downloads mark and actually this is the first time the company has broken that milestone with one of their titles. The game that has accomplished this goal is Machine Knight which was released back in November 2012. So this isn't just because Machine Knight is one of their older Android games, although it probably helps. It also probably helps that it is one of Kemco's very few free titles.
King of Fighters 98: Dream Match Never Ends was a 2D fighting game release in (surprise!) 1998 by SNK. Originally released on the Neo Geo, it later was ported to the PlayStation as well as the Dreamcast. What makes this fighting game unique is that it contains all the fighters from releases that came prior to this one, including those that had died in their story arc (which was rebooted with the subsequent release).
Every now and then it is a good idea to take on new gaming challenges in different genres. It helps to keep the mind sharp. MAG Interactive, the team behind the original word game Ruzzle, which has been downloaded by over fifty million people returns to the Play Store with a new game entitled Ruzzle Adventure. If you enjoyed the first Ruzzle game, this one throws in a few new twists and is as full of word challenges as its predecessor. This time around the game is single player, but social components are still built in for you to enjoy.
If collaboration leads to success, then the team that has been put together to create the game SXPD: The Enforcers of Mephistopheles’ Law is off to an excellent start. In the words of Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr., “Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up.” One Big Game Company, the world’s first non-profit publisher of video games, David Perry, known for Earthworm Jim, MDK and Shiny Entertainment, Graphic Novel Artist Duke Mighten of Mighten Ink and The Little Chicken Game Company have joined together to create a true comic game hybrid in SXPD. It is coming to Android very soon and you will want to experience it for its artistry.
Once a fan favorite before development seemed to stop altogether, Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders was a great game to play on Android. Now it seems that life is finally being breathed back into the franchise for Android devices with the launch of Dungeon Defenders Eternity.
Gango Games and Fabraz have crafted a game with depth and a robust amount of fun based on a simple concept and a myriad of pixels. Cannon Crasha was released earlier this month in the Play Store. The goal of the game is uncomplicated; destroy your enemy’s castle. The way you choose to do that surprisingly, is based on an array of options and strategic implementation. This is what makes Cannon Crasha a blast to play.
Kongregate, the developers that also brought Game of Thrones Ascent to Android have released another game called Lionheart Tactics. The game is a tactical RPG that uses 3D graphics and turn-based gameplay.