With Square Enix having wrapped of their Final Fantasy game releases onto mobile, at least for right now, the company is turning to other franchises they own to fill the game. The major one already announced is the Dragon Quest franchise but it appear we can expect some other franchises to be touched on as well.
Butterscotch Shenanigans likes to lace their games with a decent amount of humor at times and their newest release called Roid Rage has plenty of it, at least in the actual theme of the game itself. See in Roid Rage a JUICE tanker crashed and spilled a fat juice load which now needs to be rescued.
AMA LTD has announced their next game that will be heading to Android soon and this new title is an interesting take on the Battleship's style of gameplay. Artillery Strike T-7, as the game is called, has players control land-based war vehicles such as tanks and missile launchers, trying to take out their opponents vehicles.
Noodlecake Studios has pushed out an update for their rather enjoyable arcade game Punch Quest today that not only brings new content to the game, but also has a price drop for it down to a free. This new price tag is only for Punch Quest on Google Play while the update is for both Google Play as well as the Amazon AppStore version.
Crescent Moon Games has announced what their next title to publish on Android will be Demonrock: War of Ages. This new game is a reverse defense title with dungeon crawling mechanics on top of it and some pretty solid 3D visuals as well.
NimbleBit's upcoming game Disco Zoo, made in partnership with Milkbag Games, is heading to iOS very soon but Android gamers won't be left out in the dark with this game either. Disco Zoo is an interesting little sim game that is, from the looks of things, about as strange as it is entertaining.
Eutechnyx Limited, which just released the NASCAR Manager sim game on Android, will be bringing the Warhammer 40K franchise to Android this March. For those of you not familiar with this franchise, it is the futuristic version of Warhammer which is owned by Games Workshop and original was a tabletop strategy game before having a few games made for the video game industry.
Yesterday we reported on Crescent Moon Games releasing their sniper-themed game called Optical Inquisitor onto Google Play. In that article we mentioned that Crescent Moon Games were planning to possibly release three games this week and today the second game has made its way to Android called Shadow Blade.
Ouya and Team2Bit have signed a deal for a two game release with the first of two titles being the button-mashing brawler named Fist Puncher. This arcade game is fashioned around the old school 8-bit brawlers that used to be very popular back in the day.
Back in early December of last year we reported on Mediocre Games' next title that they are working on called Smash Hit. Before now the company has focused pretty much solely on their physics-based puzzle games that they are quite good at making. Smash Hit is something a little more 'outside the box' for Mediocre Games.