Ludosity has been developing a Zelda style game over the past little while called Ittle Dew and now the company is gearing up to finally release it onto Android and iOS this November. The company has taken all of the fun mechanics found in the Zelda franchise and created this game which has ended up being a top-down adventure puzzle game with RPG elements lathered all over it.
A new hack n' slash game has arrived onto Google Play from 10tons called Trouserheart. In this game you are not trying to save a princess who has been kidnapped, free a realm from a monster invasion or any other typical fantasy type of theme you find in a lot of hack n' slash games. Instead you'll be out to rescue a pair of pants that has been stolen from the king.
Welcome to another end-of-the-week round-up of Android games that are on sale right now. This week's list is made up of a lot of leftovers from last week, all of which are good games, as well as some new additions of some pretty solid titles you'll want to check out and possibly snag a copy of while they are on sale.
Activision has decided to come out of left field and release a Call of Duty game onto Android called Call of Duty: Strike Team. This particular game is a blend of first-person and third-person squad-based tactical gameplay where you'll be controlling your squad of soldiers, positioning them in strategic places before switching to a first-person perspective and laying out a few clips of ammo onto your enemies.
Last week we talked about a rather cool looking turn-based combat game called Aerena - Clash of Champions by Cliffhanger Productions. This is one of those games we've been talking about lately that will be arriving with cross-platform support between mobile and PC gamers, being available through Steam for PC, Mac and Linux users while also being launched on iOS and Android for the mobile gamer to enjoy.
We've talked about Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of Wara few times in the past and how it would be arriving onto Android in the near future. Well that near future has turned into now as the game is now available for download off of Google Play. Based on the Forgotten Realms world, this is a full 3D RPG title which is actually part of a large event to reshape the Forgotten Realms world.
Developed by Alpha Dog Games and made using the Unreal Engine, Wraithborne originally was released onto Ouya but has now made the jump from the Android-powered game console to Google Play for all Android gamers to download and play.
Back near the beginning of September of this year we talked about Ubisoft who announced that they will be releasing three new games in the near future. The first game based off of the Rabbids franchise was released last week and now we know when the next Rayman themed game will be arriving along with how much it will cost you to buy it.
Tomorrow being Thursday we are already gearing up for numerous Android game releases. Today we are supposed to see Dead Trigger 2 from Madfinger Games arrive as well but tomorrow is shaping up to be a great launch Thursday. One game that has now been confirmed to be arriving onto Android tomorrow is Random Heroes.
PopCap released Plants vs Zombies 2 onto iOS awhile ago and since then we Android gamers have been waiting patiently for the game to actually arrive onto Google Play as well. In that period of time there was even rumors regarding the fact that Apple paid EA/PopCap to keep Plants vs Zombies 2 an iOS exclusive for a long period of time such as six months. This started because of a leaked statement during a meeting with PopCap where something was taken out of context (according to PopCap) which lead to people believing this happened. Whether that is true or not remains a mystery but it doesn't matter now though since the game is now available on Google Play.
At midnight this morning the sequel to Madfinger Games' Dead Trigger game was released onto the masses of Android gamers who have been waiting for this game to launch for almost a year now. Dead Trigger 2 is now available for those of you who have been waiting patiently since our first hands-on with the game at the beginning of 2013.