Tag "android games"
We told you about HandyGames last month, when they released Aporkalypse, a game for Android devices. Well, they’ve got another one, fresh out of the oven. The game is called CyberLords-Arcology, set in the year 2173, when megacorporations rule the world and governments are practically endangered. Ordinary people have superhuman abilities thanks to powerful NanoGear implants. They must use their bodies as weapons to take back their planet.
Millions is a slick new trivia game, reminiscent of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” As you play, you’re presented with multiple choice questions that start out very easy and
Micronytes is a new platform game for Android that features HD graphics, intuitive controls and a catchy, quirky soundtrack. The Fantastic Voyage-inspired plot has a tiny protagonist trying to cure
Rovio is set to follow the Valentine’s Day edition of Angry Birds Seasons with a St. Patrick’s Day theme.
Rovio is practically printing money with their runaway hit, Angry Birds. At 30 million downloads on Android alone, it has become the success story of the year for mobile developers.
Havok, maker of a suite of cross-platform game development tools, announced that it has ported its tools to Android, and has partnered with Sony Ericsson to optimize them for developing games for
HandyGames has released this 30 level puzzle game into the Android Market today and it runs on nearly all handsets. Arm yourself with the four pigs of doom and collect those coins!
The Android Market continues to swell at an enormous rate, adding new apps and games faster than most expected. Officially, Google puts the number of available titles at 100,000 but we know it’s higher. How high exactly? Androlib.com has pegged the figure at 200,000 apps.
Sprint just doled out $50,000 to five different Android developers as part of the 4G App Challenge. Designed to build momentum around their growing 4G network, Sprint and a few
Since 1994, the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has been matching parents and concerned players with the right video games and content. Today, the board takes a step forward in making things easier with the release of an Android application.
Since last Friday’s announcement of an overhauled Android Market, we’ve heard (and seen) plenty of complaints about the new return policy. Many of you feel 15 minutes is simply not long enough to download an app/game and decide whether or not it’s worth keeping. So, what is the ideal return window for the Android Market? If not 15 minutes, then what? VOTE IN OUR POLL.
he mega smash hit that it is Angry Birds has now eclipsed 10 million downloads for Android. Offered as a free game, the developers (Rovio) have been making crazy money out of the ads displayed in the app – crazy to the tune of a million bucks per month. So what’s next for the game? How about being able to pay to remove those little ads?
David Ko, the SVP of Mobile at Zynga was speaking earlier today at the LeWeb conference in Paris where he divulged a bit of exciting news. Ko indicated that the popular game Mafia Wars would be coming to Android in December
Ratrod Studio has just released their 3D Unity based drift racing game, Drift Mania Championship into the Android Market. The 99¢ game has been a success for iPhone, selling more than 2 million downloads over the last few months.
Get Set Games passed us a note yesterday to tell us that they are fearing up for the Android release of their popular Mega Jump. After already seeing more than 7.5 million people download the game in six months, the Android version should also do very well.