Welcome to Friday, everyone. After a slow week, things are picking up for the weekend, and so I have some fantastic sales to share with everyone. First up is Final Fantasy IV, a great JRPG that recently received an update for immersive mode as well as support for large-screen devices. Next is Worms 3, an enjoyable artillery game that's best played solo since the online functionality is buggy. Last up is MudRunner, the mobile version of the mudding game where you'll drive large trucks through realistic sludge. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold to make discovery easier.
In cooperation with ArtPlay Games, NetEase just announced that it will bring the popular Metroidvania title Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night to Android and iOS, and the game will be released worldwide as a premium title, just like on consoles and PC. Bloodstained was created by Koji Igarashi, the producer behind some of the more popular Castlevania titles such as Harmony of Dissonance. This is why the 2019 release for Bloodstained was hotly anticipated, which is why I'm sure more than a few people will be excited to see how the game stacks up on mobile.
Stadia's nearly a year old, but we're still only just starting to see Google deliver on what the service could be; features expected near launch like Google Assistant integration and Crowd Choice weren't available until recent months. Now, one of the most hotly-anticipated features is finally available: Starting today, you're able to share your game library with members of your Google family group.
Amanita Design is probably best known for its point and click adventure game Machinarium, though Botanicula and CHUCHEL are also highly-regarded titles that offer similar gameplay. Of course, the studio started with a game called Samorost, and it has received two sequels since its 2003 browser-based release. Sadly only the third title in this quirky series has been available on Android. That is, until today. Amanita Design has just released Samorost 2 on the Play Store, and it sports improved graphics, a new save system, as well as fullscreen support, all to celebrate the game's fifteenth anniversary.
If you've never heard of it, Space Marshals is an enjoyable top-down tactical shooter series that's already seen twoAndroid releases. Seeing that the series is so popular, it makes sense that the developer would want to follow up with a third release, and the first chapter in this title is now available on Android a day early. You see, Pixelbite announced that Space Marshals 3 would arrive on November 5th, with a $4.99 in-app purchase to unlock the entirety of the first chapter. Well, the game is here a day early, and if you'd like to give it a try, you can grab the free install from the Play Store right now.
Welcome to Wednesday, everyone. It's the middle of the week, and today's a little slow, thanks to current events. Luckily I still have a few noteworthy sales to share with everyone. First up is Buff Knight, an enjoyable idle endless runner. Next is 7Days, a lost-phone adventure game all about solving puzzles, and last up is Kingdom Two Crowns, a side-scrolling strategy game where you'll build your kingdom from atop your horse. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 20 temporarily free and 29 on-sale apps and games for the middle of the week.
Back in August of 2019, Virtual Realms announced the development for Warhammer: Odyssey, an upcoming MMORPG that looked promising despite a lack of details. Well, over the last year, development of the title has been moving along, with Virtual Realms sharing a few snippets of the game along with a way to pre-register on the official website, though gameplay videos were pretty much absent. This changes today with the official release of the first gameplay video for Warhammer: Odyssey, and while this is mainly a cinematic trailer, there's a few seconds of gameplay that shows off some of the game's characters, so this video indeed offers the first look at Warhammer: Odyssey in action.
In fall 2018, Google made its interest in gaming known with Project Stream, a beta that let users play the high-end Assassin's Creed Odyssey from a humble Chrome tab. The following spring, it announced Stadia, a full-fat gaming platform that would leverage the company's computing and networking prowess to provide users access to games with no dedicated gaming hardware required. That service is available now, and it's getting a lot of attention — both positive and negative. So what's the deal?
Welcome to Monday, everyone. After a holiday weekend, it would appear we are starting off this week with a bang. Not only are three separate Reigns titles on sale today, but you can also pick up both Danganronpa mystery games at a drastic discount. There's also a sale on The Quest, a fantastic RPG that offers a plethora of expansions. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 19 temporarily free and 57 on-sale apps and games for the beginning of the week.
Welcome to the roundup of the new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today's list is broken up into several segments, ranging from best, average, to mediocre game releases from the last week. So whether you're looking for the best games of quality or are simply looking for the latest free-to-play gacha releases, you're covered. This week I have a fantastic 2D platformer, a polished horror-survival game, and an interactive adaptation of The War of the Worlds. So without further ado, here are the new and notable Android games released during the week of October 26th, 2020.