There's no denying it at this point, Pokemon Go is more than just a fad. Many detractors had proclaimed that the mobile game would be nothing more than a flash in the pan that would be forgotten in a month, but it continues to ride its wave of success. With a peripheral device that was recently released and new features still to come, this is one train we don't expect to slow down.
Halfbrick, known for their previous games like Jetpack Joyride, recently launched an old school beat-em-up platformer called Dan the Man in a location limited capacity. Today they have finally pushed the game into a global launch and is now available for download in most regions of the world.
Forgotten Room is an atmospheric point and click adventure that's set to be released near the end of the month. Players will find themselves waking up within an old, and apparently abandoned, mansion and will get to explore the interior of it.
The Simpsons: Tapped Out has just received a new update that brings with it all of the new content for this Halloween. With this update Lisa will be taking on the role of a filmmaker, and needs to find a way to save Springfield which has been overrun with a bunch of new monsters for Halloween.
Crescent Moon Games has announced that the sequel to their popular Ravensword: Shadowlands game will be having its development delay until at least the beginning of next year, which is when development may pick back up again. Originally announced last year, after the initial announcement any additional details and follow-ups seemed to have died away, and now we know why.
Back in June 2016 we reported on Sword Art Online and the fact it would be getting its own mobile game. At that time there were details that were not available when originally reporting on this game coming out, such as a release date, if there would even be a Western release for it, and so on. Now we have those details and more to check out today.
HeroCraft has announced that they will be releasing their next game, called Starship Battles, onto Android by the end of October. This particular game falls into the MOBA category pretty nicely, with players needing to design their ships before battle testing their designs against other players. HeroCraft will be publishing this game for Epic Owl, who are the developers and made up of former Rovio team members.
There's a new life management sim heading to Android in the coming week called Crap! I'm Broke!. As you can probably tell by the name of the game, this is a comedic/humorous game about trying to manage your own life and failing to do so quite easily. Of, and you need to watch out for death as well.
Square Enix and IO Interactive’s critically acclaimed stealth-infused action game, Hitman: Absolution, is now available to stream on Nvidia’s Shield family of devices, including Shield Android TV and Shield Tablet. The game is available to stream with a GeForce Now membership, which costs $7.99/month and free to try out for the first three months.
Originally released as World of Dots, Puzzle Spin is a re-release of the game, though with a slightly different focus. Whereas the former had a story to it, this one focuses on the puzzles proper, and has a total of 75 of them, that are broken down into three sections of 25 each.
Fans of arcade shooters have a new one to look forward to that sounds like it will be rather challenging. This game is called Wings of War - London Squadron and will be arriving from One Man Game Studio later this month. This will be a 360° top-down style of shooter, which are not exactly common and can be quite challenging if done right.