Android gamers rejoice! Blizzard Entertainment has opened the portal to Azeroth to allow new warriors to join the fray. In a recent blog post on Battle Net, Blizzard has announced that the popular TCG, Heartstone: Heroes of Warcraft, is coming to Android tablets by the end of 2014. Android phones will be seeing Hearthstone arriving for them sometime in 2015.
Flyhunter Origins is a game we reported on not too long ago back in July of this year. Developed by Steel Wool Games, in partnership with Riptide Publishing, Flyhunter Origins is Steel Wool's first game release and if you happen to be living in Canada, you now have the ability to download the game before anyone else in what is basically a soft release.
Developers going by the name of Dead Mage have announced that they are currently working on bringing Epic Of Kings to the Nvidia Shield Tablet sometime early next year. While this is being announced for the Nvidia Shield Tablet, there is also mention that it will be arriving for Android in general as well although most likely for the higher end devices.
Mojang's TCG title Scrolls has been put on sale in preparation for its official release on all platforms and this includes Android tablets. For those of you not familiar with this game, Scrolls is Mojang's second full official game that they released in a working beta format since last year but was originally conceived back in 2011. Since then it has been in beta status for quite some time for PC gamers.
While the world waited with baited breath as announcements were pouring out of Google I/O yesterday, a small message appeared on the Twitter feed of Versus Evil. “We couldn’t be happier to see #BannerSaga by @StoicStudio coming to tablets this summer! Expect more info very soon!” What wonderful information can be found in a simple tweet!
Cyanide Studio has been working on bringing the bloody football game Blood Bowl to mobile and it appears the wait for its release is almost over. Inspired by Games Workshop's Warhammer franchise, Blood Bowl features plenty of fantasy-based races to build your team with before heading out onto the field to essentially harm everything in your way to score points.
A new tactical/strategy RPG is heading our way soon from Bulwark Studios and Kasedo Games called Crowntakers. Currently this game is in the final stages of development and judging from the preview trailer that was just released for Crowntakers, this looks like it could be quite the fun strategy RPG title.
Previously released on PC and PlayStation 4, War Thunder will be coming to Tegra K1 devices including the Shield Tablet. War Thunder is an expansive WWII MMO that has players piloting planes on either the Allies or the Axis side.
Trine 2: Complete Story is now available for $13.95 on the Google Play Store. However it is only compatible with Tegra K1 Android devices, which is so far only the Xiaomi Mi Pad 7.9 Tablet, but that will change in one week when the Shield Tablet is released. Trine 2 has been featured on many platforms in the past. Besides its initial release on PC, it has been on PS3 and Xbox 360.
There are a lot of big budget game developers that produce amazing games. They have scores of team members and the technology to produce what eventually become blockbuster titles. When we come across a game that is equally impressive from an indie game developer everyone should take notice. These are the games that should be celebrated. That is what has happened to two-team indie game developers Danielle Swank and Jim Fleming of Barking Mouse Studios with their first game Lost Toys.
Project Tango is a venture that Google is undertaking by designing hardware that is able to render models of its surrounding environment. Tango's sensors take over a quarter of a million measurements every second to update the position of the phone. It then takes all the information and fuses it into a single 3d model of its environment. Why would that matter to gamers like ourselves? I'm glad you asked! Here's why: for example it's able to scan a room to create a 3D rendering.