Remember the colorful and imaginative tower defense game Jelly Defense that we took a look at several weeks ago? It just received a mighty nice update that brings some new winter-based levels, new gameplay options, new music, gameplay improvements, and performance enhancements. In other words, the developers packed quite a bit of punch into this one. Here's the full changelog:
Owners of Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet have a great chance to expand their gaming portfolio right now thanks to Gameloft. One of the most popular game developers for Android is offering a handful of games for just $0.99 in the Amazon Appstore, most of them special Kindle Fire editions.
Among the discounted titles are Order & Chaos, Block Breaker 3 Unlimited, UNO, and Asphalt 6: Adrenaline. Those who don't own a Kindle Fire can still get Hero of Sparta HD or Shadow Guardian HD at a deeply discounted price. There's no word on how long these prices will last, so grab a game or two while you can here!
Monday is here, and we've got another great giveaway opportunity for our readers. Today, we're giving away a Galaxy Tab 10.1 with a pair of Etymotic mc2 headphones and a copy of Gameloft's brand-new game, Modern Combat 3. Four lucky runner-up winners will receive a free copy of Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, as well.
- Galaxy Tab 10.1 + Ety mc2 + MC3: David Neylon
- MC3: Eric (Shen?)
- MC3: Sebastian (Stoicescu?)
- MC3: Christen Thompson
- MC3: xkFrat
Congratulations, guys - all of you will be contacted for your information in the near future!
So, who's ready for another Story game from Kairosoft? This go around you're not developing games, managing a spa and inn, or racing your way to glory - this time you get an entire planet to yourself!
Epic Astro Story puts you on an untamed planet, and it's your job to make it livable. Once you've made your ideal habitat, the game isn't over - you have to protect it. Expect to defend your world against other-worldly invaders set to destroy your humble village.
Like other Kairosoft offerings, this game will set you back $5 - money well spent if the slew of five-star ratings are an indication as to how solid this game really is.
Gameloft has finally released its 2012 NFL title to the Android Market - NFL Pro 2012. Bringing full-on NFL gameplay to your mobile, Pro 2012 is a must-have to all you football fanatics out there.
The game features the full roster of NFL teams, along with a couple thousand legit players to choose from. You can unlock stadiums, playbooks, stat boost, and a lot more. The graphics make the gameplay as lifelike as you can expect it to be on the small screen, offering detailed animations for running, tackling, and touchdown celebrations - basically, everything that you would want from a football game.
Ever since we reviewed Ski Challenge 12, I have been on the hunt for an equally incredible snowboarding game. Com2uS ended my search with the release of SummitX Snowboarding, a ridiculously awesome downhill challenge game for those of us who enjoy boarding more than skiing.
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I would like to mention a minor complain before we go any further - SummitX is listed as free in the Android Market and nowhere in the description does it mention payment of any kind. The description boasts 36 runs on 6 mountains, customizable boards, and different character options, however, when you start the game you’ll be greeted with an option to buy the full game for $4.99.
After a few months of waiting, Modern Combat 3 has finally hit the Android Market. Adding another chapter to Gameloft's popular FPS war series, MC3 promises "the deepest and most intuitive FPS gameplay on smartphones," taking players through a 13-mission campaign from Los Angeles to Pakistan.
Besides plunging players into a variety of immersive environments, MC3 offers impressive multiplayer capabilities, allowing for up to 12 players in 6 maps and 7 different modes. In the single-player campaign, players will experience several gameplay modes including escort, destroy, helicopter, 4x4 chase, and others.
While Modern Combat 3 certainly sounds enticing, and looks to be extremely advanced in the graphics department, it's worth mentioning that the game requires 1.37GB of space, and some users are complaining that the game pushes in-app purchases, even after its relatively hefty $6.99 price tag.
Rockstar Games released the revolutionary Grand Theft Auto III in 2001, and they’re back again to blow minds with a 10 year anniversary mobile edition of the same game. If you’ve ever played GTA (and I know you have), then you already know how incredibly addictive the game is and how easy it is to play for hours on end without even thinking of stopping. The mobile edition is just the same - I’ve been playing it non-stop for the past day and I still can’t get enough.
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I should first mention that this game is currently only available for select phones and tablets.
Yar Matey! Take to the high seas and plunder all in your path! Disney's new social game, Master of the Seas, promises to be "the first mobile game to combine deep story and brilliant graphics with compelling social gameplay."
In this 'Pirates of the Caribbean' themed game, you'll be able to become the ruthless pirate you've always dreamed of being, build a loyal crew, and battle other players for notoriety and treasures. As you navigate the seas and explore islands, you'll be able to complete quests, earning booty and experience points. Invite your friends to play along side you, or even against you.
If, like me, you're a fan of the action-horror genre of gaming, then you'll be pleased to know that Dead Space just landed in the Android Market, leaving its EA Store exclusivity behind.
This gripping sci-fi thriller not only brings intense gameplay to your mobile, but a rich storyline and cinematic horror that is sure to chill you down to the very bone. Stunning visuals, along with a movie-quality score make this game a must have for anyone looking for more than simple puzzle games on-the-go.
It's not all about looks, though - this game also features intuitive controls that integrate directly into the game.