We missed getting out our end-of-week round-up of Android games on sale last week and so to make up for it, we are doing a beginning of the week round-up instead! Since last Friday, nothing has really changed between then and now regarding Android games on sale so thankfully you haven't missed much. A few games actually ended their sale on Friday but they have been on sale for a couple of weeks already.
Almost every Tuesday Nvidia releases a new game onto their gaming-on-demand service called Nvidia GRID. So far this month there have been two new games for Nvidia GRID, both of which are actually pretty good games on their original platforms already. Now that they are available on Nvidia GRID, you can play them while on the go.
Madfinger Games has teamed up with Plotagon to offer up a bit of a unique feature for Dead Trigger 2 players to take advantage of if you're feeling a bit creative. Essentially this partnership allows for players to create their own animated storylines using the characters from Dead Trigger 2. To kick the entire thing off, both companies are hosting a competition where anyone who creates a short video using the characters from Dead Trigger 2, and enter its into the competition, can win some prizes.
In this game, players assume the role of Fracy, pursuing his love interest Mery. During his trip, a tornado arrives and causes all sorts of damage at a nearby chemical factory that experiments on animals. In doing so, all sorts of unnatural creatures are released, and impede Fracy from his goal. All of Fracy's clothing were sucked away in the tornado, as well as one of the creatures abducting Mery.
Released by Dreamkind, Rewind: One Last Chance is a game where, to quote the Dev, "truth is on trial". Players assume the role of Commander Kole Zamon, a commander who's been captured by the people that he's terrorized, and is now being tried for crimes against humanity. Unfortunately for Zamon, the scope of the trial extends beyond his actions, and will impact other areas of his life, such as family, loyalty, and his beliefs.
Enjoy reading comics in the Sunday paper, maybe as a kid? I sure did. Well, in Brutus & Futée, the eponymous protagonists are a pair of comic strip characters that entered retirement after their creator mysteriously disappeared. Bored in retirement and longing for the more adventurous days of starring in a strip, they end up experiencing the type of prank that a creator might perform on them, in a strip.
We have been following the development of Spacetime Studios' upcoming new MOBA title for Android called Call of Champions since it was first announced before GDC 2015. We have even had some hands-on time with it and even in an Alpha stage it was pretty fun. Well it seems that Spacetime Studios really wants this title to scratch that MOBA itch you may have with a solid game and so they have brought on board three former pro League of Legends players as consultants for the development of Call of Champions.
Bacteris, a game about bacteria, is now available for Android devices. Within this game, players will assume the role of a single bacterial organism, and attempt to win the other bacteria over to your side. A level is completed once that is done. Here's the catch though: the other organisms are attempting to "infect" you, the player, to their side.
The dirt bike riding daredevil Joe Danger will soon be making a home on Android in a new game. This new game, which is self-titled, is actually based off of the Joe Danger Touch game currently available on iOS.
Cherrypick has released a successor to their popular game called Touchdown Hero today. This new game is called Must Deliver and it is all about curing the zombie apocalypse. While other games have people surviving as long as they can until a cure is found, this game has the cure already made, it just needs to actually get delivered safely to as many survivors as possible.