Rockstar Games has brought their Bully franchise to Android today with the release of Bully: Anniversary Edition. This franchise has turned the big 10yrs old, which really makes it feel like time is flying by these days. With this game you'll be taking on the role of Jimmy Hopkins, a mischievous 15-year old boy who attends a prep school named Bullworth Academy.
Last month we reported on Zen Studios and that they had begun teasing their upcoming release of Bethesda Pinball. This is a new pinball platform, similar to the company's other releases such as Marvel Pinball, but this one will be featuring pinball tables themed around Bethesda game titles such as Fallout and DOOM.
Nintendo is still working on releasing Super Mario Run for mobile devices, with the Android version slated for release sometime shortly after the limited iOS exclusive launch happens on December 15th, 2016. Well now there are more details about Nintendo's next mobile game, mainly with how the game mechanics will work, as well as more gameplay footage to check out.
Symmetria is a new puzzle game that's out on the Android platform. In this game, players will be given an image of blocks that are set into a grid, with a fairly blank grid on the opposite side. Players will look to tap on the squares that will create a mirror image of the one shown.
Released by Midjiwan AB, The Battle of Polytopia is game where players pick a tribe, each with a unique ability to start with, and must then start in a procedurally generated world, where each tribe attempts to outperform all of the others. There are two modes that are available for players.
Developers Terrible Toybox originally got their upcoming game Thimbleweed Park funded on Kickstarter and announced back in March of this year. The release time frame for this game was for it to arrive at some point this year. Unfortunately that looks to have changed and now has a new timeline for its release. Luckily it isn't too much longer of a wait.
NaturalMotion's popular RTS game Dawn of Titans has received a pretty big update which brings with it new content, a whole new improved UI, combat controls, and plenty of balancing to the game. On top of that, there are new security features that are making their debut to prevent cheating.
Sony has decided to follow in Nintendo's footsteps by announcing today that the company is planning to bring 10 Playstation games to Android and iOS devices. It's a bit odd to say that Sony is following Nintendo as this isn't Sony's first time in the smartphone gaming scene at all. The company had the Xperia Play Android gaming phone, and also had the Playstation Mobile store where Android users could purchase games for Xperia devices, some of which were Playstation titles.
The other news regarding Pokemon GO yesterday, about the 100 new 2nd generation Pokemon making their appearance on December 8th, seems to have either been off or has changed. The chances are, since this will arrive as an update, that it is the latter of the two options and Niantic has decided to change when they are arriving because of the leaked Starbucks document.
Yesterday we reported that Sprint was teaming up with Niantic Labs for a press event for this morning regarding Pokemon GO. Considering each company's Chief Executive (Sprint's Chief Executive, Marcelo Claure, and Niantic's Chief Executive, John Hanke) was making an appearance, we figured this would be a rather large announcement. So was it? Well kind of.
For those of you who happen to be playing the clicker style game called Final Taptasy, Nanoo Company has pushed out a decent sized content update today, bumping the version number officially to 2.0. This particular game is a mesh between a clicker and a retro RPG type of game.