Finally the wait is over and Telltale Games has brought their hit point-and-click adventure series The Walking Dead: Season One to Android devices. In case you aren't familiar with this series, The Walking Dead video games are based off of the TV Show of the same name. Zombies, the apocalypse, all that good stuff along with trying to survive.
The Cartoon Network looks to continue the Monsters Ate My (insert whatever here) series on Android with the release of a new game soon called Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake. There is already two Monsters Ate My games on Android so this would make the Birthday Cake eating the third game. This will be a lot different than the previous two games though.
Last week the newest Humble Bundle for PC and Android was released and this week, right on time, we have three more games added to the bundle making this one a really good package. Of course these new games can only be accessed if you pay more than the average price that people are paying at the time you purchase yours.
As many of you know, Amazon a couple of days ago held a press conference and announced their new set top box called Fire TV. While there is plenty of news about this, there's also a decent amount of gaming news regarding Fire TV. For starters, Gameloft has already begun optimizing their games for Amazon's set top box.
As you may know, especially if you follow this site, that Zen Studios is getting ready to launch an expansion to their Star Wars pinball called Star Wars: The Hero Within which will feature four new tables right off the jump. Well today the company has released a new trailer for one of the tables coming with the expansion.
A new drag racing game has arrived onto Google Play today called Nitro Nation Online, or just Nitro Nation for short. Unlike a lot of drag racing games, Nitro Nation has everything fully rendered in 3D visuals and a grip of car customizations available for the discerning drag racer.
Joe Dever's Lone Wolf game has been pretty popular since its release and the promise of additional chapters to the game has always been made. Now those promises are starting to come true as Chapter 2 has arrived but not as a single new game. Instead this new chapter can be obtained through an IAP, making this a DLC expansion to the game.
Yesterday through all the jokes and such that comes with April Fools Day, Humble Bundle launched their newest bundle for PC and mobile, featuring up to six games available for one low price. You can name your own price and get four games but if your price that you pay is above the average price being paid at the time of purchase, you'll get an additional two games.
So, today is April 1st and like any April 1st, everyone can be your enemy and play tricks on you. Trust no one and nothing you read is a pretty good motto for the day. Google knows there's a lot of Pokemon fans out there and one of their pranks this year is a well played stab at the Pokemon community by giving them a dream only to crush it.
Kemco is a pretty consistent company when it comes to game releases onto Android, specializing in retro-style RPGs to play. Their newest game is now available on Google Play as well called Shelterra the Skylord. As with every release from Kemco, there is always at least one feature that is new that isn't in any of their other titles.
Since the release and subsequent pulling of Flappy Birds off of Google Play, there have been a plethora of clones and spin-offs of the original game. We mean there is a LOT of them. The creator of Canabalt was a part of the recent Flappy Jam and took his Canabalt game a meshed it with the idea behind Flappy Bird to create Flappybalt.