A new Humble Bundle is available for mobile gamers, which should easily keep you busy over this holiday week. Humble Bundles allow you to “pay what you want” for games, but there is a catch. In order to receive all of the games included in the package, you will need to pay more than average donation, which currently sits around $6.50. (more…)
The long-awaited Forgotten Shores chapters for Monument Valley are now available on Android through the app itself, priced at $1.99 as an in-app purchase. In the newest set of levels, you will help the same young girl as before, but taking her through much different worlds. To start off, from what I experienced, it appears we are off to a land of fire and brimstone. (more…)
One More Line, a new game from SMG Studio, is definitely my new favorite game. SMG rightly describes it as “a highly addictive, one button, space disco, skill timing game.”
The game starts by explaining when to tap to grapple onto oncoming objects. Tapping and holding will allow you to connect to the object and then spin around it until you release and quick taps let you quickly connect and then release to weave between objects. Once you connect with an object to grapple, you can fly through the wall, but releasing before you’re back in the corridor will cause you to lose.
For any OG PlayStation owners here, which I proudly was, a sale taking place on Google Play currently should interest you. For a very limited time, you can pick up SOULCALIBUR, one of the birthing titles to an entire set of 3D fighter games, for only $4. Since it is usually priced at $14 on the Play store, this deal is too good to pass up. (more…)
This morning, gamers can go download a new game title straight from Amazon Game Studios, called Tales From Deep Space. Before you go thinking it’s an epic horror series, which was my first thought, you should know the game is a bit more on the cartoony side. However, even though there is no scary gameplay, the graphics and co-op multiplayer should make this game quite desirable for quite a few mobile gamers. (more…)
Do you embark on transatlantic journeys to capture portals, identify with The Enlightened or Resistance, and destroy links for keys? If so, then you are probably an Ingress player.
The augmented reality game, a product of Google’s Niantic Labs, has not seen a major update since February, but the developers have not forgotten about its many devotees. In celebration of Ingress’s 2-year anniversary, they have detailed a few fascinating statistics in an infographic and are starting a new monthly event series for beginning players. (more…)
If you were fortunate enough to survive your five nights in the first Five Nights at Freddy’s game, then why not sign yourself back up for another five. But this time, Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 won’t be so forgiving.
In this sequel, the machines have been rebuilt and reactivated with one thing in their robot mind … killing you. (more…)