Gamevil Inc. has done it again, bringing the latest entry in its Baseball Superstars series to the Android Market today. The game invites users to "step up to the plate for the best baseball experience on the Android Market," and offers the same vivid, dynamic animation and gameplay players have come to expect.
In Baseball Superstars 2012, players will enjoy a variety of improvements, including gesture and tilt controls, "smart AI teammates," and total control over team management and customization.
Fans of the ZENONIA series, listen up! Another iteration of the iconic action RPG just landed in the Android Market. ZENONIA 4: Return of the Legend marks the first installment in the series to offer "full HD," making it the "best looking ZENONIA ever."
The game builds off of the same dynamic gameplay that you've come to expect from the series, bringing with it enhancements and improvements along the way. In Z4, you can choose between four classes of characters: Slayer, Blader, Ranger, or Druid, and battle your way through a new world.
You may know Gamevil as the developer of the ever-popular Zenonia and Baseball Superstars series, and a bunch of other awesome games, but their latest leaves something to be desired. Similar to their earlier title Cartoon Wars: Gunner+, Gamevil's latest installment - Cartoon Wars - uses a well-know (if not overused) game concept, which is just a nice little time-killer at best. That being said, it's still fun to play and does a good job at keeping you occupied.
If you're a fan of GAMEVIL and its lineup of pretty incredible game titles like the Zenonia series, then you'll be glad to know that it has released yet another RPG-style game into the Market today entitled Destinia.
In Destinia, you play the roll of an Imperial Guard member thrown in jail for defying an order to murder innocents.
Gamevil, the mastermind behind the Zenonia series, released the sequel to its super-popular baseball game Baseball Superstars into the Android Market today. Baseball Superstars II brings all of the fun of the original, as well as some new features, like enhanced control and graphics, an improved baseball experience, and user-created super skills - including pitch and batting effects.
The game itself offers seven different modes of play: Exhibition, My League, Season, Homerun Race, Tournament, Mission, and Match Mode.
If you're into gaming on your Android, then there's a solid chance that you've at least heard of Zenonia. But, for those that are not familiar with the series, Zenonia is an incredibly popular RPG made for the small screen, slightly reminiscent of old-school Zelda games.
Today marks the landing of the third episode in this epic trilogy, offering new features along with the same familiar gameplay that fans of the series have gotten used to.
Happy holidays, RPG fans! If you're rocking an Android device, you're in luck - GAMEVIL has just let ZENONIA 2 loose into the Android Market, complete with retro graphics, PvP, and of course, a dark plot conveyed in text that looks like it came from a typewriter.
Judging by what I've seen in the short time I've had to play with it so far, I have no choice but to agree with GAMEVIL's claim that the game is "enhanced in every aspect compared to the original." In addition to the aforementioned retro graphics, PvP, and dark plot, your character can belong to one of four classes ("Paladin," "Shooter," Magician," and "Warrior"), and the gameplay spans 152 maps, 98 quests, and three different levels of difficulty.