Hitman GO is a strategy puzzle game released two years ago by Square Enix. It’s based on the popular Hitman series, though rather than the regular third-person stealth game, it became a top-down turn-based puzzle game. Despite being a huge change, it became very popular.
Square Enix has announced that it is re-releasing Hitman GO for ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard of Super Meat Boy all these years, you may be in for a treat. The game is an old school side-scrolling speed runner with a high difficulty that only gets higher as you keep playing. It requires great reflexes, perfect controls, and good anger management, but it’s loads of fun.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories was originally released for the Sony PSP, intended to be a mobile-oriented version of the GTA games. It had shorter missions and simpler controls to make the game easy to play on the go and in short bursts. It’s practically perfect for a smartphone.
The game was released for Android today, ... Read More »
Alto’s Adventure was one of those games that you couldn’t escape hearing about from iOS friends when it launched last year, and almost precisely one year later, it will finally be available on Android. We’ve known it was coming since September, but the developers announced via Twitter, that the game will finally hit Google Play next ... Read More »
There are plenty of console and PC video games that make the transition into mobile apps in some form. We’ve seen companion apps, somewhat related games made for mobile (Fallout Shelter comes to mind), and even full spinoffs like Call of Duty. And in some ... Read More »
Angry Birds has gone through a lot of games, but surprisingly, they were all spinoffs of the original. Whether it was in space, in the tropics, or in the Star Wars universe, technically they were all versions of the first game. There hasn’t been a sequel to the popular game until now.
We’re all well aware that iOS often gets apps first, despite Android being huge these days. It’s a shame, but it’s a fact of life. This was the case with Fallout Shelter, a mobile game by Bethesda Studios that was made to build hype for the upcoming game Fallout 4.
Valve’s partnership has finally yielded another game for NVIDIA hardware owners to enjoy. Previously, Half-Life 2 was released on the NVIDIA SHIELD, the not-quite-famous handheld Android gaming device. The fact that Half-Life 2 went mobile and was ported to Android was exciting, but the device exclusivity put a damper on our moods.
In our lives, we spend 2-3 years of our life time waiting. Not doing anything else, just waiting. But imagine if you were able to use those times to relieve a bit of stress? Just carving out small blocks of your time to help unwind and let your stress go. That’s where great games like ... Read More »