King Art's massive strategy battler Battle Worlds: Kronos has been released for iPad and Android tablets today. It's a cross-platform online turn-based game that was funded on Kickstarter last year. The idea is to bring back the type of tough and pure tactical strategy of Battle Isle and Advance Wars.
Equipped with advanced weaponry, expansive single-player campaign and PvP, first-person shooter game Contract Killer: Sniper has been launched by Glu. Currently it is available on App Store and Google Play. Players can assume the role of a master assassin in over 250 missions across more than 25 locations.
Terraria is the type of game that tests the patience and creative abilities of casual and hardcore gamers. The majority of this genre-packed game focuses on building up your own items, growing an active community and fending off the hideous baddies that make their presence known in the evening.
Nostalgic throw-back Angry Birds Transformers is now available to download on Android, after a brief spell of iOS exclusivity. This isn't your typical Angry Birds puzzler in Transformers grab. Instead it's a whole new game that mixes up endless running with physics destruction, and it's surprisingly good fun. Until the monetisation kicks in.
I learned Five Nights At Freddy's when I watching video clips on youtube that a number of mates are scared by it. So I couldn't restrain my curiosity and download this horror game. The scared environment and continuous screams are indispensable in a horror game. Five Nights At Freddy's has all of it.
Dungelot studio Red Winter Software has announced a new puzzle-RPG for iOS and Android called Lost Viking. Essentially, as the studio itself admits, Red Winter has taken the tile-sliding play of Threes and 2048 and given it a story. In it, you have to help Ragnar reach Valhalla by battling like-bearded brutes and riding rams across the snowy terrain.
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.