Silver Award-winning deep space mid-core strategy title Galaxy on Fire: Alliances has made the hyper jump from the App Store to the Google Play Store, letting Android gamers experience a different take on the Galaxy on Fire universe. The game sees you forging alliances with other players, creating massive space-based empires and generally having a jolly old tyrannical time.
Ever wanted to play a version of Taito's Puzzle Bobble that is stuffed with endless in-app purchases and features all the charm and joy of a cinder block? Then, King has you covered with bubble-popping puzzle sequel Bubble Witch Saga 2, which came out on iOS and Android this week. The game isn't terribly good
The turn-based galactic empire-builder Star Traders 4X Empires has just added a massive new expansion with the Hyperion Ship Pack. Now, your mighty empire can order the construction of all new Hyperion ship designs, harkening back to the time before the great Exodus. The 16 new ship designs add to the existing 24 designs bringing the total number of ship skins in the game to 40.
Scrolls is a collectible card game at heart: you’ll create decks of combat units, spells, and support structures and use them against other players online. Balancing your deck’s long-term strategy with turn-by-turn decision-making is the backbone of any card game, but Scrolls adds a second tactical layer: the game board has been replaced by a hex-lined battlefield
Tired of being teased by Tilt to Live: Gauntlet's Revenge these past few months, and are finally ready to play it yourself? Well, you don't have to wait much longer, as the game is finally releasing this Thursday, October 23rd. The plan is for it to be $2.99 with no IAP, and will be an iOS exclusive, so you can tell your Android nerd friends to just go and deal with that.
Do you believe the world is filled with vampires? Today publisher Clazz Games and developer Raincrow Studios launched the real-world supernatural experience Vampire Tribunals worldwide for both Android and iOS devices which reveals these vampires that live among us. Now players from around the global can join their vampire brethren in on-the-go combat
King's follow-up to Candy Crush Saga, Candy Crush Soda Saga, is one step closer to a worldwide release on iOS. After soft-launching on Android earlier this summer, now the game is available to the general public on Facebook. With a mobile version already out there, but to a limited audience (Android soft launches are harder to get if you're outside the launch's country than on iOS), this seems to be a sign that we'll be playing this one on iOS soon.