The Knights of Pen and Paper franchise has gone on sale as of yesterday and originally we thought it was just because the developers wanted to host a sale. Today, however, it appears the sale is to celebrate the release of an expansion that has come to Knight of Pen and Paper 2.
Noodlecake Studios has been releasing more games for Android recently. Following the excellent game Framed, that was released last week, comes Infestor. Infestor is a game that was created by Ravenous Games. Ravenous Games is known for their games League of Evil, Beatdown and their Random Heroes series. Infestor is a platforming game that fits right into the family of great releases we have come to expect from both companies.
The Deer God, which is being published by Crescent Moon Games, had a successful KickStarter Campaign back in 2014. 2,801 people backed the game so it could be created. It has an unusual premise, perfectly painted pixels, and a main character that roams the earth on four legs. Sound intriguing? If so, get ready for the release of The Deer God on Android this week, September 3rd.
We have reported on Madfinger Games' next big release called Unkilled a few times already, keeping an eye on the game's development. We've even gone hands-on with a very early build earlier this year. However at Gamescom we were able to get more hands-on time with a much more complete build of Unkilled.
"Here I sit, strapped down in the cockpit of my Destrier Mech. As I wait in the staging area of a city for the match to begin I look around and I see 5 of my fellow mech pilots waiting anxiously for the green light. There it is, the go signal. I kick my mech into gear as it lurches forward lumbering in between the city buildings towards objective Beacon B. My HUD lights up red as I catch a brief glimpse of 2 targets before they disappear behind a tall building. From behind one of my teammates fires off a salvo of missiles."
DotEMU, the guys and gals that release older games for Android that fared well in arcades (such as Double Dragon, King of Fighters, Metal Slug, and more) have announced that they have been sold and the founders will establish a new publishing company, called Playdigious.
Rumble Entertainment, located in San Mateo, California was started in 2011, with a focus on online games. One of their most popular online games is Kings Road. You can play the game on your PC through your browser, or now, you can play it on your Android device. If you enjoy action-filled RPG games, and joining guilds to take down some enemies, Kings Road may have what you are looking for in this game.
Crescent Moon Games and game developer Mgaia, has released Tiny Empire. It is a projectile based game full of pixels and cannon blasts. If you are a fan of games like Angry Birds, then Tiny Empire has a vast and rich world for you to explore, as you attempt to help the King defeat his foes.
Released by Newtronium, Skill shot is q simple arcade game that's now available on Google Play and Amazon. The gameplay is dead simple: Players will be tapping the screen, causing the ball to shoot away from the point of the tap.
To be released by Likuco, Blockodile is a simple swiping game set to hit Google Play in about two weeks. The premise of the game is simple: a crocodile has escaped its cage, and is hiding atop a tower that it has built. Players are looking to retrieve the crocodile and return it to its cage, by swiping away the blocks that were used to assemble the tower in the first place.