One of the last games announced awhile back by Ubisoft as coming to Android has finally arrived today. Assassin's Creed Pirates was originally announced back in September but has finally arrived onto Google Play today for $4.99. This is a naval-based title where players will be in control of Alonzo Batilia and his ship.
A rather unique game has landed onto Google Play called Never Alone Hotline. In this game you'll be running your own phone hotline and will be receiving calls from random people, and yes sometimes even kittens, which you will need to respond to. How you respond to each call is up to you.
It looks like the Ridge Racer franchise will finally be coming to Android soon with the announcement that Namco Bandai will be bringing Ridge Racer Slipstream to Google Play soon. This is a new Ridge Racer game in the franchise that the company is planning to launch sometime this month.
Chillingo has released their newest titles onto Android called Dead Ahead. This particular game is an endless 'driving' zombie-filled game where you'll be doing your best not to be caught by some rather fast zombies. While the goal is to not get caught, you can trick these zombies into dieing in various creative ways such as leading them to smack into the back of a car.
Back in October of this year DotEmu announced that they would be bringing the Double Dragon Trilogy to mobile platforms by the end of this year. Well word on the street is that tomorrow is the day when we'll finally be able to get our hands on all three retro arcade games: Double Dragon, Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, and Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone.
Sony is continuing with their big promotion that they have going on for the next few weeks where every week two games on Playstation Mobile will be available for free. Last week it happened to be the cool minimalistic RTS game Rymdkapsel and the arcade game Passing Time. This week anyone with a Playstation Certified device will be able to pick up Gun Commando and Mononoke Slashdown off of the Playstation Mobile Store for free.
A survey that was just conducted has come up with some interesting results which point to Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet as being the most popular tablet to play Android games on. While it wasn't the biggest survey on the planet with only 1,117 people taking it, the results are still pretty interesting considering the Kindle Fire came out on top as the most used for mobile gaming on tablets.
Square Enix has decided to tease the mobile gaming world with a screenshot of their upcoming addition to the Final Fantasy franchise which is Final Fantasy VI. While there isn't a whole lot of details regarding this next installment into the popular RPG franchise, we do get to see a little of the game in these new screenshots.
Zen Studios has announced their next pinball table that will be arriving to their Zen Pinball platform and this time it'll be a table themed around Doctor Strange from Marvel Comics. This particular table will be released onto every platform that Zen Pinball is on this month but more specifically the Android version will be landing on December 19th, 2013.
10Tons has dropped the prices on select games on both Amazon's AppStore and Google Play till December 3rd, 2013. In total there are eight games on sale between the two sites so you should be able to find something you like regardless of what device you have or marketplace you prefer to use.
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