Released by pH Works, KILL is a new shooter that's now out for Android devices. KILL has little for a story, but what it does have is somewhat philosophical, entertaining the notion that people are ideas, as opposed to being defined by their corporeal aspects, so each of the geometric shapes represents a thought.
Earlier this month Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy IX would be heading to mobile devices this year. Since that announcement there hasn't been too much in the way of details about what exactly would be arriving in the mobile version. It's a safe bet, however, that all of the content should make it into this version, it was mentioned that the graphics would be getting an upgrade and the ATB system will remain intact.
Nvidia, maker of a the Shield Android TV unit, Shield tablet, and the Shield Portable, also offer games that take direct advantage of their hardware, either linking to Google Play, or offering them through their own through streaming service called GeForce Now. With the latter, any purchase of premium priced games from there is also accompanied by a Steam code, for offline play. Through the end of this month, there's a small group of games that NVidia has placed on sale.
Rymdkapsel by Grapefrukt ended up becoming quite the popular RTS game on multiple platforms. Now the developers have revealed their next game and it is a fancy little puzzler called Twofold Inc. This looks like it will be one of those games that is easy to learn but difficult to master.
The folks behind Super Awesome Quest have a new game they have been working on called Monster Roller. While having been behind closed doors for a bit now, the developers have opened up beta sign-ups for anyone interested in trying their upcoming game out before it's released.
Set to be released by Headup Games, and developed by Incodra, Dub Dash is a new rhythm game that's coming soon to Android, which we originally reported on back in September 2015. It was originally slated for release in Q4 2015, but as you can tell, it is a bit late on hitting Google Play. Today, however, we have a more specific release time for Dub Dash.
Released by Bandai Namco, Digimon Heroes! is their latest release on Android. Set in the Digimon universe, this game is a cross between card battles, and match three. In Digimon Heroes!, the story is simple: File Island has been suffering under constant struggle, and is in desperate need for someone to restore peace.
Nexon and Envision Entertainment (formerly known as EA Phenomic) have globally released their new strategy game today called Path of War. This particular MMORTS-esque type of game features a futuristic theme to it instead of a more modern war theme. While the meat of this game will fall under the multiplayer aspects, there is a storyline available as well.
Back in the Summer of last year we reported on tinyBuild and their upcoming game Punch Club that would be heading to Android in the Fall of 2015. Obviously the game's release is running a bit late but the good news is that the wait is finally coming to an end. Today tinyBuild has announced an official release date for Android and it will be arriving later this month.
Ketchapp releases games pretty much every week for Android/iOS. The amount of games they produce is staggering, considering how quickly they do it. Sure, most of them are quick and fun to play arcade games, but they seem to fit this niche perfectly. The latest release from Ketchapp and AppLava is called Adventure Cube, and much like Ketchapp's other releases, it is fun, colorful, creative and challenging to play.