Feeling Winter-weary? February's a short month, even though 2016 is a leap year. Don't let that get you down though: Think of it as one more day that's ideal for staying indoors and playing some great video games. Speaking of which, Nvidia is starting another game sale today.
If you follow the gaming industry at all, then you probably know who En Masse Entertainment is. Originally publishing PC MMORPGs and other types of games for PC and consoles, they recently jumped into the mobile gaming scene as well, already having published a couple of games already. Well En Masse Entertainment has announced that they will be publishing C4M's new real-time strategy game soon called Battleplans. We actually reported on this back in November 2015, but didn't have much in the way of a release time frame.
Released by Triniti Stars Ltd, Bounce Zombie is a new arcade platformer. Players will assume the role of a young boy who feasted only on dumplings. This lasted until the village ran out, and the poor kid starved to death, rather than eat any other food. Once zombified, the undead youth now spends his time seeking out more dumplings, and won't back down from any peril that would deter him from his goal.
Rockstar Games has decided to quietly release a new Grand Theft Auto game onto Android today called Liberty City Stories. If you are keeping track of what's what, this would be the ninth installment into the Grand Theft Auto franchise as a whole, and was originally released for the Playstation Portable back in 2005.
Released by Square Enix, Lara Croft GO is a Tomb Raider turned puzzler that's normally sold for $4.99, but is currently experiencing a flash sale. For those not in the know, Lara Croft Go was created by the same team that created Hitman GO. Players will assume the role of Croft, and will attempt to navigate each level while avoiding the various pitfalls and hazards. Of course you will also be collecting what loot that can be found.
There's a new Action-RPG heading to Android in the near future called Heroes of Skyrealm. This isn't one of those 'collectible RPGs' as we like to call them. Instead it is actually an Action-RPG which is nice for a change. On top of that, at least from what we see in the pre-launch trailer and screenshots, this game actually looks quite good.
If you're a fan of arcade platformers then you will be happy to read that there is a new metroidvania style platformer out on Android called Chel-Z. In this particular game players will be assuming control of a robot named Chel-Z, who happens to be a robot capable of functioning with a human brain placed inside. You were built by the one and only Dr. Boss, a twisted mad scientist.
Welcome to the wonderful world of llamas, mountains, and adventures. That's right! Noodlecake Studios has finally released Alto's Adventure onto Google Play after a pretty nice wait. For those of you not familiar with this game, Alto's Adventure is all about traveling across the Alpine mountains and hills on a snowboard.
In other Walking Dead news, a different game under the same franchise has received a new episode today in an update. The Walking Dead: No Man's Land today received Episode 13: The Factory, which is apparently the toughest episode to get released to date. This means you will have plenty of tough enemies to deal with.
Released by Three Brothers Games, Tower in the Sky is a new RPG for Android. Players will lead their heroes into the eponymous tower, in order to face "an ancient enemy", whose remnant has survived the ages and again seeks to retain its supremacy. Within this game, there are 38 pages of dialog of storyline to work your way through.
Released by GrogShot Games S.L., Clicker Pirates is a new tapping game for the Android platform. In this game, players are looking to become the most famous pirate of all time. Heroes need hiring, monsters need mashing, and there are hundreds of treasures and magical artifacts to be collected.