Oct 30 AT 1:53 PM Taylor Wimberly 5 Comments

Android Game Trailers: Zombie Driver, Angry Birds Star Wars, Rage of the Gladitor


Every week we cover the latest Android game releases, but we thought it would be fun to have a separate column that focuses on upcoming titles. Today we’ll start a new experiment, Android Game Trailers, where we highlight the best video teasers for new games that are coming soon to Android. Check out the clips after the break and let us know if you spot any new trailers that we should feature next week.

Zombie Driver THD

Description: Zombie Driver THD is an insane mix of cars, speed, explosions, blood and zombies! Fight through an epic narrative campaign or test yourself in the Slaughter and Blood Race modes. Engage huge bosses, save survivors, drive crazy vehicles such as a bulldozer, fire truck or even a tank and smash everything in your way. Take part in the Blood Race tournament – chase other cars and take them down without mercy on brutal racing tracks. Jump into the Slaughter mode and survive as long as possible on specially crafted arenas.

Learn more athttp://www.zombiedriver.com/

Angry Birds Star Wars

Description: Angry Birds Star Wars will be out on November 8…but don’t worry, you’ll be slinging birds and waving Lightsabers around in no time! Until then, we’ll have animations, comics and fan art to keep you going on our tumblr page.

Learn more athttp://angrybirds.com/starwars

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Description: We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be releasing an Anniversary Edition of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for select iOS and Android devices later this fall. This upcoming version will bring the full experience to mobile devices, featuring native high-resolution graphics and several enhancements unique to the iOS and Android platforms. Stay tuned for more details in the weeks ahead including a list of compatible iOS and Android devices.

Learn more athttp://www.rockstargames.com

Heroes of Order & Chaos

Description: Discover the 5 unique gameplay modes of Heroes of Order & Chaos in this new trailer! Choose between 30 unique Heroes! Coming soon on iOS and Android.

Learn more athttp://www.gameloft.com

Rage of the Gladiator

Description: This is the first trailer to Rage of the Gladiator, the critically-acclaimed Nintendo Wii game, coming soon to iOS and Android.

Learn more athttp://fb.com/RageOfTheGladiator

World at Arms

Description: LOCK AND LOAD! Our nation is under attack from an evil alliance of highly trained forces known as the KRA. As the leader of the free world, YOU have to stand and fight. Build your military base, train your army, and battle against or ally with players from all over the world online in order to defeat the enemy for good!

Learn more athttp://www.gameloft.com

Expendable Rearmed

Description: For the last 500 years, among the bleak and barren worlds that exist in deep space, mankind has expanded its horizons. The most suitable planets and moons near Earth have been terraformed, turning the once-inhospitable wastelands into habitable places. Deeper and deeper into the universe mankind spread itself, until only a mere handful of humans would or could survive the journey. These distant worlds became industrial powerhouses colonized by few human beings. Although they had to forego the comforts of home, they still managed to scratch out a living in the newly- fertile lands. For all he knew, man was alone in the vastness of space, until they came…The Gneng.

Learn more athttp://retrobomb.co.uk/games/expendable/

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  • ranwanimator

    World at Arms looks almost exactly like Empires and Allies which means that there will be some horrible nagging coin mechanism or you’ll have to get thousands of other people to play in order to progress in the game. It seems a pity to only be able to make money that way in games.

  • Nathan D.

    :-\ I don’t think I have enough memory space for all those games. I could try them out one by one though.

    • Jon Garrett

      move some apps to the SD card AND uninstall others but keep the .apk on your SD card so you can install the anytime you want without the need or hassle of needing an internet connection.

  • Alex Belko

    wow all games are interesting

  • kookeetree

    Vice City. So awesome.