Kairosoft, known for their 'story' style sim games, has decided to jump into the holiday game sale spirit by offering up some of their original Android releases for a sale price, ranging from 60-80% off their regular prices. In total there are 5 games that have been discounted down to pricing between $0.99-$1.25.
Kemco is ringing in the new year with a sale on some of their premium apps. Note that it doesn't say how long this sale will last, so take this chance to fill your library with any titles you may have missed this past year. All of them are fairly well reviewed, and even if they're cookie cutter RPG's the price is right.
Everyone has a pretty good opinion about what Mega Man should be like on any platform. This is doubly true for mobile devices, and once everyone saw the gameplay preview video for the upcoming mobile ports of the first six Mega Man games, a lot of people became concerned about the performance that was witnessed in that video.
Last week, Final Fantasy set out on a quest to offer great deals on its games; now, Dragon Quest joins the party. From the series pioneer formerly known as Dragon Warrior in North America, to the PlayStation 2 classic Journey of the Cursed King, every Dragon Quest game is on sale at a 30 to 40 percent discount for a limited time.
The 2016 Kickstarter for Mars Underground nears its end. Mars Underground is the story of Mars' first day at a new school. It's also the same day the world ends. And he's stuck in an infinite time loop reliving it over and over and over like the film Groundhog's Day, by way of two of the most beloved SNES games of all time, Earthbound and Chrono Trigger.
Zut Games have developed a peculiar puzzle game involving the rearrangement and organization of tiles on colored mosaics into ordered spectrums titled I Love Hue. I Love Hue was designed specifically for seeking serenity with no timers, no move limits, or punishments for failing to find solutions. Its beautiful minimalism is meant as a gentle and relaxing experience for players to sink into.
If you are an iOS gamer (wait ... why are you on DroidGamers?) then you have likely already experienced the smash hit that is Super Mario Run. For those of us who prefer to play our games on Android, Nintendo has finally begun the process of letting us join in on the fun.
Released by Kumkwat Entertainment LLC, Break the Grid is a fairly new puzzler to be released on Android. In this game, players will be tasked with removing all the blocks in a grid. There are a couple of rules that players will need to keep in mind, when attempting to clear the grid.
For any fans of Justice Monsters Five, get your pinball fix in now. Also... probably quit buying currency now. The dates of this shutdown are as follows: The notice that the game would be permanently shuttered went out today, the 27th. The premium in-game currency, Golden Balls, won't be sold past Feb. 27, 2017. One month after that, March 27th, the game will shut down.
Annelids, developed by Michael Srb, was released onto the Play Store to generally positive reception some time ago. I’m here today to briefly recap on the game and discuss the recent update. Although it’s titled “Christmas Update”, this brings some very welcome permanent multiplayer love.
Released on December 16th, Storycentric Worlds and Unimatrix Productions have given us The Filmmaker. This is the third of their text adventure games that combines elements of interactive fiction, visual novels and gamebooks with a graphic user interface very reminiscent of early 1990’s text adventures. While not a sequel or direct continuation of their previous two games, Lifestream and Shady Brook, the game does provide players of those games little Easter eggs throughout.