Valentine's Day is drawing closer and since this is a holiday that generally has sales in the real world for products that you can buy your loved one, it only makes sense that Android games will be going on sale as well because what doesn't say 'I Love You' like buying your loved ones a bunch of Android games, or yourself for that matter.
We were going to post about this news yesterday but we felt that some more details were going to come to light about Flappy Bird being pulled from Google Play and the iOS App Store. Sure enough some more have been released. Aside from the initial statement that it is ruining the creator's simple life, he is now saying it is also being pulled to save everyone from addiction to the game.
It's not unusual for companies to re-brand themselves with a different but similar name to their old one. A prime example of this would be Spacetime Studios' recent re-branding to Spacetime Games. Not a major change but different enough to make a difference. Namco Bandai is moving to do something similar with their name but it won't be a whole lot different, just more confusing at first until everyone gets used to the change.
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.
A few days ago Ouya announced that it would soon be bringing its platform to other hardware and it seems the first company to jump on board is Mad Catz with their Android-powered game console called the MOJO. Now depending on who you are and how you feel about the
In an interesting move, Ouya has announced that we will soon be seeing the software portion of their platform on other hardware, leaving behind the exclusivity their software had with their Android-powered console system of the same name. This move is to make the Ouya platform more ubiquitous and platform
Google has revealed what their next project is that they are working on and it is called Project Tango. Usually we don't report on these kinds of things unless there is some sort of benefit to gaming on Android and with Project Tango there could be a pretty interesting benefit
In Hope the player’s actions are limited by the character’s confinement. There is not much to do in the damp tower you’re trapped in besides walking, sighing and crying. And sleeping at night, of course. Nothing you can do will affect the development of the story, although you may find a way to know about the Prince’s journey. You may also be able to find out about the Princess’ background, that part of the tale nobody ever cares about. And of course, there will be an ending, although it may not look as heroic from this point of view… or does it?