Bit by Bit Games has released a new update for their fighter management sim game MMA Manager. This is actually a pretty important update actually as the previous one had a problem with data deletion happening. This new one fixes that problem and it should restore any saves lost from v1.1.5 that may have happened.
While TV commercials are becoming more common each month, they are still somewhat of a new thing to experience when watching TV or videos. Companies aren't holding back either with the cost of these commercial, bringing on some big names to play a role in each one of them. Marvel Puzzle Quest has gotten their first TV commercial which features the original Hulk himself Lou Ferrigno.
Every iteration of Android has always had some unique Easter Eggs from Google inside them. As of late, they are generally in the style of a little game users can play. Android 5.0 Lollipop had a Flappy Birds style of game in it and Android 6.0 Marshmallow also has a Flappy Birds type of Easter Egg as well.
Bandai Namco and Hipster Whale recently teamed up to release Pac-Man 256 onto Android. Well now that game has invaded Hipster Whale's original popular game Crossy Road with the game's new update that has just arrived. Along with the pac-Man 256 love, it also seems like Monument Valley has also received some of the update love as well.
Almost a year ago to the day we reported on Jagex, developers behind the very popular MMORPG called RuneScape, announced a new game based off of the RuneScape world called Chronicle: RuneScape Legends. Well this game is finally entering a closed beta testing phase with sign-ups now available for those of you who want to try and be a part of it.
To celebrate the second anniversary of Marvel Puzzle Quest, Marvel Entertainment and D3 Go! have announced that they will be featuring new events, along with new characters, beginning Oct 8th. For those unfamiliar with the game, it's basically Marvel's entry into the Match 3 style of game.
Humble Bundle began as a niche platform for indie game promotion but is now one of the major brands associated with the digital distribution of video games. The organization, renowned for its charity program, steep discounts and solid curation of obscure games, is looking to add a new distinction to its already stellar resumé; a subscription service.
It's the end of another week and while we have a lot of work ahead of us here to get ready for launching more new features over the next few days, including our new site design, there is always time for a round-up of Android games on sale.
Modoc Development has released a pretty big update for their geometry-style arcade game called Don't Blink. The new update brings with it a big overhaul to the visuals, adjustments to local multiplayer, and adjustments to how the multipliers work.
Since the original announcement of the Crossy Road follow-up game Shooty Skies, its has been pretty much referenced with iOS devices so far, with very little in the way of an Android version being talked about. Well as it turns out, there will be an Android version after all and it is actually being worked on.
gumi has been working on and teasing a new mobile game for a bit now called Phantom of the Kill. The company has already shown an early build of the game off at a couple of shows including the Anime Expo 2015. Next week gumi will be in New York at the upcoming NYCC 2015 to show off Phantom of the Kill once again.