Com2Us has made some pretty awesome games for Android so far and one of their latest hits on the iOS platform, Inotia3: Children of Carnia, has now arrived on the Android Market. This is a great RPG title from Com2Us that fans of the genre will enjoy, especially if you like game such as Zenonia.
Continuing on with our series of updates regarding the upcoming mobile MMORPG called World of Midgard, we do have some new information about the upcoming 1st closed beta that was supposed to start on July 11th. Of course we also have a few new videos as well of more mobs that will be in-game.
Fieldrunners HD is a visually stunning tower defense game from our friends over at Subatomic Studios. It has been anticipated that a port would arrive for awhile now and the wait is finally over. Today you can pick up Fieldrunners HD off the Amazon App Store for free. Global users you are not left out either.
Our friends over at Herocraft have just given us word that they have released the first ever free MMORTS game for Android called Art of War 2: Online. Built off the previous game, Art of War 2, this new version brings with it the ability to play against other people online in real-time, not turn-based.
The wait is over and now, if you are lucky enough to be using V Cast APPS on Verizon then you'll be able to jump into the limited beta right now for Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles. This is Spacetimes Studios highly anticipated new MMORPG for Android. Not on Verizon and want in?
Gameloft, who loves to have sales and giveaways, has yet another one planned for this weekend. Granted you have to be in the UK for this one or at least spoofing yourself to look like you are. This weekend though Gameloft will be giving away 3 games for free.
Gameloft's Order and Chaos MMORPG had had a bit of an update according to our tip that just came in. According to the tip, the most recent update came with an interesting, and undocumented fix regarding connection type and the ability to play on 3G.
The Pokemon Company is currently developing a Pokemon game for iOS and Android users in Japan. The game will be an rhythm-action game where you will tap on the Pokemon trading cards in time to the theme song from the actual anime. Pokemon fans can lose our minds if you live in Japan.
While you generally hear about temporary exclusives coming to the Amazon App Store these days, this would be the first story of a developer pulling their game from the 3rd party app store. According to Bithack, there are several issues that make the App Store not a good choice for the indie developers.
After a nice stint of being exclusive to the Xperia Play, Gameloft has finally let Backstab become available for their usually list of supported Android devices. What may be even better news though is that not only can you buy it from their website, like usual, but it is also available on the Android Market.