JoyCity today has announced that pre-registration for two of their upcoming games are now live. Depending on the type of game you prefer, there is the company's hybrid title Elemental Wings that now has pre-registration open for it, as well as the company's upcoming sequel to their aerial combat game Gunship Battles which is called Warship Battles.
One game that a lot of current and future Shield Android TV owners are looking forward to happens to be the upcoming Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel game. This particular installment into the franchise will be taking place on Pandora's Moon with four new classes to learn and play as while looking for all the loot you can carry.
Albion Online is a MMORPG a lot of people are looking forward to play. It was originally announced that the PC MMORPG would be coming to multiple platforms including Android and iOS last year and since then the game developers have been hard at work making sure everything runs smoothly. This game actually had a brief closed alpha testing period a little while ago (earlier this year), making this Summer Alpha the second time the game has opened up to the public.
The venerable survival genre is nearly as old as gaming itself, dating back at least to Oregon Trail and survival modes in tower defense games. For a substantial period of time, Japanese survival horror games nearly became synonymous with the entirety of the genre. These days, fleeing from monsters still dominates the genre thanks to games such as Left 4 Dead, Day Z and Slender Man.
It's Friday, E3 2015 is over, and it is time for the weekend. This also means it is time for another round-up of all the Android games on sale right now for this weekend. This round-up isn't the biggest one we have had, but most of the games on here are pretty solid titles to check out. Some games in this list include Talisman, Talisman Prologue, Hardboilder, BattleLore Command, and so on.
On the weekend that just passed, the Action-RPG title that's currently in development for mobile devices called Angel Stone went into a short closed beta period. If you managed to sign up for it, then there was a good chance you ended up being able to play the game. The closed beta period only lasted three days (Friday-Sunday) so people participating in it had to stuff as much gameplay time into it that they could in those three days.
RESCUE is a game franchise where players assume control of a squad of firefighters, that was released for PC/Mac. Rondomedia has decided to enter the mobile arena with RESCUE: Heroes in Action, as we previously reported. Like its desktop predecessor, players will oversee an urban fire department in its day to day operations.
Drop That Beat is a sort of rhythm-based game where players will be keeping their finger on your phone or tablet while listening to EDM music and when you think the DJ will 'drop the beat' in the particular song you happen to be listening to, that is when you remove your finger from your mobile device, as close to it as possible. There's a couple of unique features with this game, one being that you can actually win tickets to live events.
Bacon is a delicious meat that should be savored and worshiped by all. There is a new platform shooter heading our way next week, called The Abduction of Bacon at Dawn, The Chronicles of a Brave Rooster, that will have players trying to rescue this delicious meat because aliens have started abducting all the pigs on Earth.
Mobile gamers do not have a shortage of collectible card combat games, otherwise known as CCGs or TCGs depending on how you like to word them, and most of these games are pretty decent. Some are quite good, but the majority end up in the decent sort of rating. Unfortunately that means the genre is starting to become a little tired because of the sheer amount of these types of games being released. Even so, once in awhile there's one that comes along that looks pretty good and Warhammer: Storm of Magic looks like one of those.
Earlier this week Blizzard finally pushed out their big update for Hearthstone and part of that update was the new Tavern Brawl game mode. For those of you who missed our coverage about this, Tavern Brawl will be a weekly 'event' of sorts, whereas each week there is a start and an end date and time. Each week features a different ruleset that players have to abide by and this ruleset can be pretty much anything and everything that Blizzard can think up.