It's the end of another week and while we have a lot of work ahead of us here to get ready for launching more new features over the next few days, including our new site design, there is always time for a round-up of Android games on sale.
Modoc Development has released a pretty big update for their geometry-style arcade game called Don't Blink. The new update brings with it a big overhaul to the visuals, adjustments to local multiplayer, and adjustments to how the multipliers work.
Back in July 2015 Sega announced, then subsequently did a location-specific soft launch, for their upcoming sequel to Sonic Dash. This sequel, which is officially titled Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom, now has the official word from Sega that it will be launching globally onto mobile devices soon.
Released by Subliminal, Sky Pets is set to drop on Android on October 8th. Sky Pets is an endless "faller", where players are looking to see how long they can maintain their character's free fall, without colliding into any hazards such as floating pieces of earth, airplanes that wiz by, or weather patterns.
Since the original announcement of the Crossy Road follow-up game Shooty Skies, its has been pretty much referenced with iOS devices so far, with very little in the way of an Android version being talked about. Well as it turns out, there will be an Android version after all and it is actually being worked on.
gumi has been working on and teasing a new mobile game for a bit now called Phantom of the Kill. The company has already shown an early build of the game off at a couple of shows including the Anime Expo 2015. Next week gumi will be in New York at the upcoming NYCC 2015 to show off Phantom of the Kill once again.
Set to take place in the afterlife, Afterland is a game about a band of "misfits" that have lost their souls. This group of castoffs will travel about as a carnival that performs magic, in order to regain the souls that they've lost. An interesting facet of the game's backstory is a play on how or why each character came to be a misfit.
Super Evil Megacorp has released a new update for their popular mobile MOBA title Vainglory, bringing the game's version to 1.9. Aside from some new additions to the game, the 1.9 update also is the start of the new Autumn eSports Season for Vainglory teams as well.
Developed by Onvision Studio and being published by Crescent Moon Games, Leave Me Alone is an interesting side-scrolling action platformer that will be heading to mobile devices next week. This game also features hand-drawn art along with a combination of skateboarding and combat, all in one title.
Released by Kemco, makers of a myriad of JRPGs for Android, has released translated another one of their Japanese games into English. Dubbed Legna Tactica, this game revolves around the idea of ending war altogether. The protagonists are two boys with this ambitious goal, and the question of hope to achieve it will be visited throughout the game.
Yesterday we reported that the big changeover for Nvidia's gaming-on-demand service formally known as Nvidia GRID would be happening today. Sure enough everything is now live including the new name, GeForce Now, the monthly subscription, and eight premium games available for purchase.