The last time we talked about Attack of the Wall Street Titan it was back in December of last year. Back then we reported on the game's development and that is was coming along and should be released soon. Well it has finally arrived onto Google Play so now you can get to smashing evil corporate people who have been trying to subjugate the population.
Vector Unit has decided to release a video showing off Riptide GP 2 and the game's multiplayer features. This game will be using Google Play Games services so players can log into their Google account and race against people in their circles. Another interesting point about this video are the devices they are using to show multiplayer.
Herocraft has released a new game called Zombie Derby which, as you may be guessing from the name, has to do with cars and zombies. More importantly, players have to use cars to smash zombies, splattering their gooey infected innards all over the road and all over your car.
A lot of our readers have been leaving comments in our previous articles regarding the massive 0.7.0 update that is coming to Minecraft: Pocket Edition. We won't dive into a review of everything that will be coming with this update like normal as we've gone over it a few times already. However we do have news as to when the update will actually arrive.
A indie developer going by the name of The W Games is current working on developing a game inspired by Grand Theft Auto V called Juonto City. This particular game will be an open world game like the Grand Theft Auto franchise is along with plenty of the game mechanics that comes with the series.
Sega has released, as a bit of a surprise, the original Sonic The Hedgehog game onto Google Play this morning. While this is the original game, the visuals have been remastered as well as support for widescreen resolution, sporting a smooth 60 frames-per-second or at least that is what Sega is claiming.
One game a lot of people used to play back in the Apple II days was a game called Karateka. For those of you not familiar with this game, Karateka has been around for almost 30 years and is a side-scrolling martial arts action game. The developers have actually brought the game over in pretty much its original condition which should please the purists out there.
A new development studio has debuted on Android today and has come out rather strong with their first game release Heavy Sword. This particular game is a retro style Action-Platformer that borrows some cues from games we used to play on consoles and PC.
Back in March of this year we talked about a neat little game that Crescent Moon Games was getting ready to publish onto Android called Dig!. This particular game was inspired by another arcade game called Qix and features a lot of the same mechanics but with a bit of a theme change to it.
Brad Pitt has a movie hitting theaters soon called World War Z and Phosphor Games has been hired to develop and publish an official movie tie-in game for Android and iOS which will also be called World War Z. We already know the kind of games this company develops so we can expect to see plenty of eye candy in this new one, especially because it is also being developed using the Unreal Engine.
A game development company called King, who develop social games on a variety of platforms, has announced that they will be bringing Pet Rescue Saga to Android this Summer. You may already be familiar with King thanks to their rather popular game Candy Crush Saga. Their new game will follow in the footsteps of Candy Crush Saga and will be a cross-platform social game as well.
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