Age of Defenders is a cross-platform aggressive tower defense game for Android and PC-based browsers. While you have to defend your base against the enemy using towers, you also have to build units to head up assaults on your opponents base in order to, hopefully, destroy it before they destroy yours.
G5 Entertainment is continuing their push to put their weight behind the Kindle Fire by bringing another game for it to the Amazon App Store. This time it's their Sim City-style game called Virtual City which is a rather good game if you enjoy sim/management type of games.
Futuremark Corporation and their 3DMark services have been a standard in the PC gaming field for quite some time, since back in 1998 to be exact. Since then their benchmarking services have been an industry standard when it comes to measuring PC gaming hardware performance. Now the company plans to bring these services to Android tablets.
It was only about a week ago that G5 Entertainment announced that they would start optimizing their games for the Kindle Fire and have already released three of them: Mahjongg Artifacts, The Mystery of the Crystal Portal and Success Story. Now G5 Entertainment has released one more title for the Kindle Fire with a second on slated for December 1st.
Gameloft has announced that they are giving a few titles away today for free but there is a catch. To get the free games you have to be an owner of an Acer Icnoia A500 or A501 tablet. For those of you who don't know about these tablets, it's a Tegra dual-core Honeycomb tablet from Acer who is also gearing up to release the rumored A700 and A701 Tegra 3 tablets early next year.
Since the release of the Kindle Fire, and even a bit before it, some game developers have been announcing that they will be bringing their titles, at least some of them, to the Kindle Fire. Some companies include Gameloft, Glu and now G5 Entertainment has announced that their games will be available for it as well.
Back in September we reported on a browser-based Tower Defense game called Age of Defenders that would be heading to Android soon. Well now the wait is over and it's now available for your Android tablet to play and demolish other players in.
Invictus Games has released their mobile version of their PC/Console game Greed Corp. Invictus Games is also responsible for the upcoming Race of Champions game for Android which looks pretty slick itself. Greed Corp HD is a turn-based strategy game that also takes into account the effects of resource gathering on your lands environment.
Sony's dual-core tablet, amazingly named the Tablet S, has just received the Playstation Store which means anyone who happens to own a Tablet S now has access to Playstation One games to buy, download and play on their spiffy new Sony tablet.
If you were one of the many people who rushed out and got yourself an HP TouchPad for dirt cheap and have been enjoying fiddling with it, stuffing Android ROMs on it and all the other fun stuff you can do with it, you'll be interested to see this great little gaming setup for the HP TouchPad as well.
Gameloft has apparently teamed up with Sony a little to bring optimization and compatibility to five of their games for Sony's new tablets, the Sony S and Sony P. This is pretty decent news for anyone getting either of these two tablets as the games that are supporting it are fairly solid titles.
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