It is encouraging to hear about how many games are in development for Android devices. At times, they are created for Android and then make their way to iOS. Other times it is the other way around. Every now and then we hear about games that started off on consoles or other handheld devices making their way to the Android gaming community. Such is the case with game developer Qubic Games. They have released more than ten games during their tenure for Nintendo DSi, Wii, 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation Vita and for iPhone and iPad. The game they are currently working on is AiRace Speed.
With an impressive video trailer, DryGin Studios based in Montreal, Canada has quickly grabbed our attention with their game Bio Inc. It was just released on IOS this week and it is expected to arrive in the Play Store later this summer. If you enjoy simulation games in the vein of Plague Inc. by Miniclip, this game should fascinate you.
Zen Studios has released a new table for their Zen Pinball platform which is themed around The Walking Dead franchise. Just like the original games, this new pinball table will actually have moral choices you need to make as your progress through the game. This is done by hitting certain areas in the table to make your choices. This is easier said then done of course.
Activision has released a sequel to Wipeout onto Android today. Appropriately named Wipeout 2, this new sequel features plenty of big balls for everyone to play with. Well to be honest there is more to this sequel than balls.
One of the original games, which also happened to be one of the first titles to be successful on the Ouya console, has received a new expansion today called Towerfall: Ascension. This new expansion comes with over 50 new arenas to fight your way through, murdering your friends along the way.
If you are looking for a high-quality Game Book Adventure, all you have to do is visit the Play Store and search for Tin Man Games. They have over twenty titles available to download. Known for their Fighting Fantasy adaptations, this time around, they chose to go a different route. They created an interactive graphic novel. You are the main character and you are a superhero in Titan City. Thus begins your foray into fighting crime and standing for justice in Steve Jackson’s Appointment with F.E.A.R.
Crescent Moon Games is on a roll with another release this week. This time, in collaboration with Dream Builder Studios, the result is a fluid space fighting simulator where you explore the depths of space in search of what took place during the Sirius Incident. The Sirius Incident is described as the largest friendly fire engagement in history. As part of a black ops team, you will pilot your spacecraft into dangerous territory to find out the truth.
Ever get that itch to joyride a school bus recklessly through town? Well, Crash and Burn Racing is here to scratch your itch. If school buses aren't your thing, there is also ambulances, fire trucks, and sports cars that all have customizable paint jobs, lighting underneath the vehicles, and rims in addition to upgrades such as top speed and handling.
Oscura is a platforming game available on mobile devices (both iOS and Android) for back in 2011. While reaching a modest 50,000+ downloads, it was nominated for a Webby award. The gameplay was fairly simple, controlling things like which direction to run, jumping, or slowing down time. The look was the popular dark silhouette foreground with bright primary and secondary colors in the background. I that it was a fun game to play that wasn't all that complicated, not was it all that lengthy at twelve stages.
Tower Defense and Tower Offense games are something that Android has no shortage of. Every once in a while though, one will come along that looks like it's been done right. Toy Rush, released by Uber Entertainment, looks to be one of those games.