This sort of thing has happened before regarding different topics. A game is released that looks like it will be fun to play at first. Then you dig into it a bit and realized that is actually a giant billboard with some sort of meaning to it and that the actual game is more of a side project to the overall message. In this case Music Inc is going to teach you that pirating music is bad.
Last month we announced that XperimentalZ Games was launching a beta test for their upcoming minimalistic game Platforms Unlimited. For those of you didn't get into the beta, that is over now and Platforms Unlimited is now available in full over on Google Play.
Nvidia Shield owners who also enjoy playing games through Nvidia's cloud game streaming service GRID has a couple of additional games to check out and both of them are pretty solid titles. For those of you who are into zombies, you will want to check out Dead Island. If you're a fan of the Saints Row franchise then you'll be happy to know that Saints Row: The Third is now available to play.
If you take a look at Dungeon Keeper on Android you will find plenty of 4 and 5 star reviews for what should be a great game from Electronic Arts. Taking a look at all the ratings the game has, you would think it was the next best thing since sliced bread. However taking a little closer of a look at these ratings and how they have come about and you might think differently.
Electronic Arts has pushed out an update for their Plants vs Zombies 2 game that brings with it the brains behind the zombie invasion, Dr. Zomboss. You'll be able to meet up with Dr. Zomboss in an all-new Ancient Egypt level where you'll have to get together your plant troops and take him down.
The enigma of a game called Flappy Bird that has seen a rather huge surge in popularity since its release onto Android and iOS isn't just a mindless, frustratingly difficult, yet somehow addictive game that you downloaded and now probably waste a ridiculous amount of time playing. No, Flappy Bird is much more than that. It's a pretty big success when it comes to revenues.
Back in August of 2012 Amazon created their own game development studio, appropriately named Amazon Game Studios, in an attempt to make their own games and publish them. Since the creation of this game development studio, not a whole lot has come from it aside from the odd Facebook game but there is also the the ability to make games for their own Android devices.
Usually when you get an update to a game that contains new characters, they happen to be ones that can move and do things. With the new Angry Birds Star Wars II update that just arrived this is mostly true, except for the fact that you can fling a carbonite frozen Han Solo at pigs until your heart's happy.
Tin Man Games is well-known for their interactive RPG books on Android, whether it be their own Gamebook Adventure series or bringing to life digitally the Fight Fantasy series of books. Well today the folks over at Tin Man Games have released something a little less serious but just as much fun called Zombocalypse Now.
A new endless runner has landed on Android a couple of days ago called The Great Martian War. However, this one isn't like most endless runners out there in the mobile gaming world and some could say that this one could easily give other much more popular games in this genre, such as Temple Run, a good run for their money.