Back in April 2015 we reported on Herocraft and the fact they had begun a beta testing phase for their upcoming Warhammer 40K: Space Wolf game. Since then the beta has been running but it looks like everything is good to go as Herocraft has dropped the beta tags for this game and it is now officially available. With a franchise as big as Warhammer (both the fantasy one and 40K) you would think all the games we currently have related to the franchise would be great. In truth, only a couple have been on the level of great, and Warhammer 40K: Space Wolf is one that can be added to this list.
A week ago we reported on Asobimo's newest MMORPG having made its way to Google Play in a sort of open beta release. This game has actually been in a more closed beta testing phase for awhile now, but it seems everything has gone pretty well as the company has dropped the beta tags and dressed up in their finest 'official release' clothing.
Pre-registration for a mobile game is certainly becoming the norm it seems as more developers offer up rewards to users who pre-register from their upcoming game. NHN PixelCube recently started a soft launch for their upcoming mobile game called Kill Me Again - Infectors and apparently the soft launch has gone rather well. Now TOAST, who is in charge of publishing the game, has opened up pre-registration for the upcoming global launch of Kill Me Again - infectors.
Another pre-registration event is going on but this time it is for Gamevil's Dragon Blaze game which will soon be getting a second chapter added to it. The pre-registration is for the upcoming second chapter where anyone who signs-up for it will receive a free SS premium ally card when Chapter 2 launches.
Coming hot off the heels of the recent release of the MARS pinball table, Zen Studios has announced that the next Marvel-themed pinball table for their Zen Pinball platform will be Ant-Man. For those of you not familiar with who Ant-Man is, he is a somewhat underrated superhero in the Marvel universe who can shrink down to the size of an ant. However recently Ant-Man has had a bit of a makeover by Marvel and now he looks a lot better than he used to.
So Rovio has announced that an official sequel to Angry Birds will be arriving at the end of this month. That's right Angry Bird fans, you will soon be able to download Angry Birds 2 on July 30th. The announcement originally came via a Tweet (followed by an official blog post) from the official Angry Birds account with a statement of "Bigger. Badder. Birdier. July 30th". Accompanying the statement was a giant number 2 image with a very angry looking red bird inside the two.
Set for release on next week onto Android, Forest Home is a new puzzle game from The Binary Hill (the devs behind Mini Motor Racing, and other games). In this game, players are looking to guide cutesy, woodland animals back to their homes. The forest is broken up into levels that are on a map, and players will also need to strive for a three stars rating on each level. You can also show off your results on your social media accounts.
Bandai Namco has had Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle in a location limited soft launch for the past few weeks and it appears everything has appeared to gone well as this game is now available on a global scale over on Google Play. This is actually a bit of a hybrid game, mixing team-based gameplay with a bit of an puzzle-based brawler that takes place on a board game type of system at certain points.
Today Zynga has launched a new fast-paced arcade game onto mobile devices called Mountain Goat Mountain. As you may be guessing from the title, you will be playing as an adventurous mountain goat and those particular animals love to climb mountains. In fact they can somehow climb sheer mountain faces. It's actually really odd to see in real life.
Hot off the heels of the new regarding Crescent Moon Games bringing Deadlock Online to Android soon, the company has also released the latest addition to their free version of currently existing premium titles. This time it is Siegecraft Defender who now has a free version available for download.
World Of Tank Blitz has been updated today with version 1.11 which brings with it numerous new tanks to the game. In total there is a new British and American tank, three new Soviet and German tanks, all of which are available now. On top of that, new missions for Gold has also been added to the game as well.