After Telltale Games announced its mini-series, The Walking Dead: Michonne, not much more was given about its spin-off mini series. Now, out of the blue, it’s coming out.
This has been an interesting year for Nintendo. Between the announcement of Nintendo’s mysterious NX console and its decision to start making mobile games, fans have been left somewhat uneasy on the future for Mario’s home company. Good news came today, however, in the form of Pokémon Go, Nintendo’s first major title planned for iOS and Android platforms. Coming next year, Go will let players use AR and their phone cameras to hunt, capture, battle, and trade their collection of Pocket Monsters in the real world!
Lara Croft Go, which is a simplistic puzzle game themed in the Tomb Raider universe, has released for iOS and Android. Featuring a slew of levels, collectible relics, unlockable outfits, and simplistic controls, it’s the most addictive mobile game we’ve played in a long time.
It’s only $4.99, and it’s available now.
Fans of classic 8-bit/16-bit racers such as Out Run or Hang-On can look forward to an impressive little game for their mobile phones next week. Launching on August 20 from developer Aquiris, Horizon Chase is a modern take on those retro “3D” racers that were popular in the arcades and home consoles back in the late 80s. Featuring polygonal backgrounds, familiar cars (the “Cruiser” is, of course, a Ferrari F50), and locations set around the Southwest, this title looks to play on the nostalgia card perfectly. We were sold on the soundtrack alone! Video below:
Have you been missing out on Fallout Shelter, the craze that’s been taking the iOS market by storm while Android users are stuck out in the wasteland? Well, the wait is finally over – Fallout Shelter is now available for Android devices as well. If you’re a fan of Fallout, real-time strategy, and amazing apps that are FREE, head on over to the Play Store and download it today!
If you’re anxiously counting down the release of Rise of the Tomb Raider, Square Enix has a treat to keep you occupied while you wait. Launching August 27 (three weeks from today!), Lara Croft Go is bringing Lara to both iOS and Android platforms in the way of a simplistic, yet gorgeous tomb raiding puzzler. Check out the announcement trailer below:
Launched in 2013 by Epic Games, Epic Citadel was intended as nothing more than a mobile test of the Unreal 3 engine.