Anyone that has ever played the game Serious Sam knows that game developer Croteam has a knack for introducing you to in game events that you never saw coming. Well, Croteam is at again with their latest project being published by Devolver Digital. At E3, the gathering throngs were introduced to what Croteam is calling a ‘First Person Philosophical Puzzler or FP3.’ Are you scratching your head yet?
Space Rhino Games was created in 2013. The founders, Michael Hoyos and Alfonso Frontera, from the start, chose to create games for multiple platforms. Their first game, Breach TD was recently released on iOS. The good news is that the game will be making its way to Android very soon. Forget tower defense games as you know it. Breach TD blends tower defense and real-time strategy gaming, to make a beautiful splash in the world of mobile gaming.
Fans of Roguelike games have a new one to look forward to soon and this one happens to be a port of a currently existing PC title. Developed by FreeHold Games, Sproggiwood will be making the leap from PC to mobile next week and if you are worried about the game being slimmed down for mobile gameplay, FreeHold Games says that it will be full featured and not trimmed down.
MGP Studios has released a new endless runner called Roll'd which comes with a bit of an unusual twist to it. While most endless runners have you controlling the character who happens to be running, in this game you don't control the character at all. Instead players control the track the character is running on.
NVIDIA's new SHIELD Android TV is aiming to be the new king of the set-top boxes: an all-round entertainment system capable of displaying 4K video with 7.1 surround sound, and it also has a serious gaming pedigree. It comes with its own controller and enables you to stream games from NVIDIA's GRID service in full HD and maximum graphical quality, or even from your own PC over your local network or across the internet. On top of that, though, is a range of hit games that have been revamped especially for the SHIELD, some of them you'll doubtless already know, and some of which might be new to you. Here's our guide to the first seven games getting a SHIELD makeover.
There is a new Puzzle-RPG available on Google Play from developer Travasa which is called Dungeon Crawler. As one would guess from the name, Dungeon Crawler is a Puzzle-RPG that has players crawling through dungeons, battling monsters, and eventually saving a princess. Basically you're living the dream of a hero, except if you die, then it's not so much of a good life.
In Schools of Magic, players will assume the role of a powerful mage who sets out to not only found a school of magic, but take down the four other established schools that tyrannically rule over the entire world. Players will face off against other mages, druids, priests, and necromancers by both defending their own school and attacking the others.
Cannon Shooter is a franchise of games, released by Onteca, that focuses on allowing players to operate a cannon in a historic war, that is being fought by toy soldiers. Previous games have been set in Gettysburg, as well as the American Civil War. The latest entry into the Cannon Shooter series is 1815 Cannon Shooter Waterloo, and set within the eponymous battle of Waterloo.
Google I/O 2015 begins tomorrow and while a lot will be focused on the next Android version, Android wearables, and Virtual Reality, there will be some Android gaming mixed into everything. ACE EdVenture Studio will be at Google I/O this year showing off an educational type of RPG called ChemCaper is will be based around Chemistry.
The rather popular and somewhat minimalistic RTS game Rymdkapsel will be getting an update next week. Developed by Grapefrukt, the company has announced that the update will bring two new game modes to Rymdkapsel as well as some other goodies for players to enjoy.