There was a lot of excitement when Eutechnyx announced it was developing a new Warhammer 40k game late last year. The Warhammer fan base might not be very deep, but it's fanatically devoted. With that in mind, the response to this trailer is understandably negative. It looks less like the combat strategy games usually associated with Warhammer, and more like Plants vs. Zombies.
You know how it goes - some games just play better with physical buttons, and the latest title from Crescent Moon Games, Shadow Blade, feels like one of them. Yet if you disregard for a moment that you've ever used a gamepad before, this game won't remind you incessantly the way most side-scrollers do. The control scheme, which consists largely of taps and swipes, is actually pretty intuitive. With enough practice, it really makes the game worth playing.
Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a stick figure sniper game, a Smash bros-style online brawler, and a simple hot potato party title.
Nothing like a little robot-on-robot violence, right? Kongregate's newest game on Android had a good run over on iOS and the name tells you pretty much everything you need to know about it – Endless Boss Fight. You fight bosses, endlessly.
Your main character is a little punching robot that has to do battle with big, heavily armed robot boss machines. You duck, weave, and punch your way through one after another until you lose.
It's time to take your foot off the gas. No, seriously, take your fo - see? You've spun out. That's what happens when you approach Colin McRae Rally as though it were any other racer on the market. This is a thinking man's racing game, one that requires you to go into each turn with calculation and precision. The franchise has made a name for itself over the decade and a half it's been around, and now a mobile game based on the original two PlayStation and PC games is available for Android.
If a piece of technology is capable of pushing pixels, sooner or later it will have its own Ridge Racer game. Today's that day for Android. This mobile entry, which hit iOS this past fall, celebrates the series' 20-year anniversary. It doesn't reinvent the wheel by any means, but fans of the franchise should find enough here to appeal to their nostalgia.
Phone feeling drab and uninteresting? Some new apps and games might help, and we've got some deals to make it pretty affordable. It's time to give your phone a fresh coat of paint, but not literally. Android Police cannot be held liable if you paint your phone.
DotEmu has made a habit out of bringing beloved retro games to the Play Store in adaptations that are both faithful and technically excellent. The latest game to get their treatment is Gobliiins, a series of point-and-click adventure games that graced various platforms in the early 1990s. As they did before with the Double Dragon series, DotEmu has packaged three games together for $2.99.
Gobliiins is half story, half puzzle, tasking the player with controlling multiple goblin characters who have different skills and abilities.
Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a 3D shooter with dinosaurs, an interesting 2D strategy title, an indie card battle game, a match-3 RPG, and a stylish endless racer.
Pathogen is a turn-based strategy game, but it doesn't involve armor-clad warriors waging war against hordes of miscellaneous fiends. Instead, it tasks shapes of one color with overcoming similar shapes of another hue. It's the kind of simplistic, easy-to-grasp, abstract experience that tends to be very successful on mobile platforms. Now, after having made itself cozy in a competing app store a couple months ago, Pathogen has found its way onto Google Play.