You've probably played Solitaire on just about every computer that you've ever used that wasn't a Mac (unless you used iTunes) and not at work. Maybe you understood the game, maybe you didn't, but you probably tried it at least once.
Originally released onto iOS and ending up pretty popular over there, Eden Games has brought their racing game Gear.Club over to Android. If you're into racing games, Gear.Club is a more realistic type of game instead with fully customizable cars, which includes everything from engines to suspensions and more.
Up until now there has only been two devices that are officially certified for use with Google's Daydream View VR headset, those being the new Pixel and Pixel XL phones. Well there are two more phones that are now certified compatible with Google's headset and they are the first ones outside of the Pixel line. The two devices are the Moto Z and Z Force.
Our friends over at Square Enix have sent over word that they will be pushing out a new content update for Deus Ex GO later this week. The update will add a very big feature to the game that was actually announced to be in development back during E3 2016. What feature is this? It is the Puzzle Maker.
We recently reported on some datamined goodness with Pokemon GO that revealed the game would be getting 100 new 2nd generation Pokemon in an update coming soon. However there is one 1st generation Pokemon that has yet to be found, and that is Ditto. This, however, has changed. Ditto is now available for trainers to find and collect, but there's a catch to getting one.
Nvidia has decided to jump into the Black Friday/Holiday game sale action as well, and are putting up over 60 games for sale. The company's Black Friday sales event starts today and runs through until November 28th, 2016. With the amount of games on sale, there should be something for everyone.
After this game was released on the Ouya early last year, Hero Generations is now available for all of Android, but under the new name of Hero Generations ReGen. This is a game that crosses roguelike elements with your typical 4X strategy. The gameplay is turn-based, with each turn taking one year's time in the lift of your heroes. Each of the characters will age that year, and part of the game will include players attempting to marry off their characters, and leveling up their progeny.
During the Summer Google held their first Indie Games Festival which had Android indie game developers submitting their games in an attempt to win a variety of prizes, all of which revolve around getting their games out in front of many more eyes. This would inevitably end up boosting download of course. Unfortunately for a lot of developers, this was strictly for developers in the North America. This left out a lot of developers located outside of North America.
Picture it. You have finished eating with your entire family. Your mother has already griped about how you could live your life better, your great aunt Hilda has mentioned that you look like you’ve lost some weight and maybe your kids have driven you nuts during the entire dinner. You are full and want time alone to just relax. How do you do that? By enjoying some you time, yes, some game play.
Fans of Lumines: Puzzle & Music has a couple of new DLC packs available to check out as of today. Each pack is themed around music from a particular game or musical group, in this case it is Rez and End of the World. In total both DLC packs add 11 new tracks to the game for players to listen to and play in Lumines.