Another day, another number-based sphere-takeover game. Can this one set itself apart from the rest? There are plenty of these types of games available, most of which aren't the greatest in the world or original in content by any means, except for a few exceptions. Is this one of those exceptions?
Gameloft seem to be sticking to their current trend in terms of mobile gaming. A lot of recent releases are very similar to well known console games. Gangstar seems to resemble the infamous GTA series, while Dungeon Hunters feels not too dissimilar to Diablo. Same is true for Eternal legacy,with gameplay and style resembling the hugely popular Final Fantasy games.
Move over Angry Birds! There is a new easy, hard, addicting, time waster, love ones crying, school work delayed, job firing, game on Android and it is every bit as fun as AB! Airport Mania was released last week and was available for free on Amazon’s Appstore. Today the price is $0.99 cents and there is NO reason to not pick this game up.
Speed = Distance/Time (S = D/T), knowing formulas for this game won't help though. I made my own formula, Winning = speed/Cornering Finesse. Sticking to my formula and of course hammering the hyper boost button for a guaranteed win. If it is this simple, is there more to this game?
Quite how it has taken so long to port Townsmen 6 from J2ME to Android is a mystery, but anyone keen on resource management and strategy won’t be complaining. The Townsmen series has long been one of the best strategy games available for mobiles - but will this latest incarnation disappoint?
Rambo has nothing on Guerrilla Bob! This guy isn't afraid of anything and neither are his friends. Be prepared for a war, a good kind of war, a nice cartoon styled battle, filled to the brim with lots of fun bubbly goodness. In this game you're going to be packing some serious heat, as it contains some of the biggest boy's toy's ever. No offense ladies.
The most anticipated Asphalt 6: Adrenaline is finally here. This game was set to improve on every aspect of the previous game in the series, with rumors of the game not fully being tested by Gameloft before release; does the latest addition to the fast paced racing game series deliver where it counts? Well let's find out.
Etheria was once a land of living legends. Long ago, brave warriors across the realm stood together against an immortal evil known as "the old ones". In the wake of this struggle, the champions locked away the power of the old ones inside Eternia crystals. These crystal are what you must protect in Dungeon Defenders: First Wave.
Brum brum! First, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth are all the gears you'll be shifting through on the latest racing games. This isn't racing, it's not even close. Rev up your brain, you'll need it in this brain twisting puzzle game, brought to you by the good folks at Handmark. Can you escape each level?
Karoshi, by YoYo games, can be summed up in 3 words. Funniest Game EVER!!! that is of course dependent on your sense of humor. It takes the typical puzzle platform game and adds a slightly sadistic twist. Normally the idea is to finish a puzzle and reach the goal. Karoshi however, requires you to finish a puzzle in such an obscure manner that you die in the process.
In today's world, it's hard to find a taxi that can get you to your destination of choice within the time you've set out. Well you'll be pleased to hear that future taxis will be fitted with rockets... and they'll be inter-galactic speed machines! This is great news especially if you need to pick up some groceries on Mars.