Home » Apps with tag ' Android'

Mario Kart Tour racing toward an iOS and Android launch on September 25th

News By Cameron Bald, 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Mario Kart Tour racing toward an iOS and Android launch on September 25th

After plenty of speculation, Mario Kart Tour finally has a solid release date. You can expect to see the colourful kart racer pop up on Google Play and the App Store on September 25th, with pre-registration now open. Welcome to the official #MarioKartTour Twitter account! Buckle up, because we have a lot of information to share as we race towards launch! pic.twitter.com/EbG5WB0dVa — Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) 27 August 2019 Along with the release date announcement, Nintendo has also put out a fresh gameplay trailer. We get to see several of the tracks, including one set in Paris, as well as some of the classic power-ups that fans will recognise straight away. At launch,…

Upcoming idle RPG ‘Tales of Radiance’ offers fast-paced combat and inventive mechanics

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Upcoming idle RPG ‘Tales of Radiance’ offers fast-paced combat and inventive mechanics

Reality Squared Games’ Tales of Radiance is a promising idle RPG which offers some new, player-friendly design, a fast-paced combat system, a lengthy and exciting single-player campaign, and a ton of other modes to sink your teeth into. The oncoming forces of evil must be pushed back at any cost, and so it’s decided that the only way forward is to summon the gods, including Thor, Odin, and Zeus. The game’s extensive single-player campaign takes you on an exciting ride across various worlds to hunt down the five lost relics of the old gods. All of your collected heroes can be easily and deeply customised to suit your preferences. You have the option to level them up an…

Minecraft Earth now available for pre-registration on Android

News By Cameron Bald, 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Minecraft Earth now available for pre-registration on Android

As first reported by Mobile Game Network, Mojang’s upcoming take on Ingress and Pokemon Go, Minecraft Earth, is now available for pre-registration over on Google Play. The news arrived as a tweet over on Mojang’s official Twitter account. The game has a large focus on creating little models that can then be brought to life as full 3D holograms. Other players can see and interact with your builds, which is neat. Hopefully there are ways to avoid griefing, though. Android players, we’ve heard your call. Next week, we'll be bringing the #MinecraftEarth beta to your devices! Make sure to sign up now for your chance to join the fun! ↣ https://t.co/qjeoN22EN5 ↢ pic.twitte…

A new BTS game from the makers of BTS World is in the works

News By Cameron Bald, 9 months, 2 weeks ago
A new BTS game from the makers of BTS World is in the works

Following the massive success of BTS World, Netmarble and Big Hit Entertainment have announced today that they’ll be teaming up to bring to life another BTS game. For now, all we really have to go on is a concept trailer, though what a concept trailer it is. I have to admit that I’m not terribly knowledgeable on BTS or the ‘Bangtan Universe’. However, I do know not to get on the wrong side of its frighteningly devoted fanbase. I’m sure they’re passionate for a reason; the band is cool and all. BTS World, if you missed it, is of course a visual novel that follows the BTS boys through their journey to stardom, often going off on intriguing, alternate rea…

PAYDAY: Crime War blasts its way onto the App Store and Google Play in select regions

News By Cameron Bald, 9 months, 2 weeks ago
PAYDAY: Crime War blasts its way onto the App Store and Google Play in select regions

Intense ‘cops v robbers’ shooter, PAYDAY: Crime War, has finally made its way to the App Store and Google Play. It’s currently available in soft launch for players in most EU countries, including the UK, and – as first reported by Android Police – a US beta period has been announced. News of the US beta arrived over on the game’s Facebook page. It’ll be playable for a limited time prior to the full launch. Crime War has been in the works since all the way back in 2016, maybe even earlier. The first gameplay actually cropped up in early 2017, and, besides a few hands-on previews late last year, development progress has been fairly quiet since th…

What a Wonderful World is a fresh puzzler on the block, aptly summarized as Match 3 meets Anthony Bourdain meets National Geographic

Preferred By AppSpy Staff, 9 months, 3 weeks ago
What a Wonderful World is a fresh puzzler on the block, aptly summarized as Match 3 meets Anthony Bourdain meets National Geographic

Modern day Match-3 puzzlers are a dime a dozen, but that’s where developer BebopBee has crafted a gem to shake up the genre with What a Wonderful World. It’s a refreshingly innovative take that aims to bring a new breed of personalised gameplay into the popular format, transforming players’ in-game actions and curiosity into real-world knowledge. There is so much to see, learn and experience! What a Wonderful World provides all the means to let players discover a range of global cultures and experience the joys of traveling. You’ll work your way around the globe completing a range of colourful match-3 puzzles, unveiling the rich history of famous places and restori…

Grand finale of the Asphalt esports series takes place tomorrow at Gamescom

News By Cameron Bald, 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Grand finale of the Asphalt esports series takes place tomorrow at Gamescom

Exciting news today for those into the competitive side of mobile gaming, as the grand finale of the Asphalt esports series will take place tomorrow at Gamescom. Over the last 4 months, players from all over the world have faced off against one another in Asphalt 9: Legends for a chance at earning a spot in the grand finale. After what has been described as a ‘fierce’ qualifying phase, the competition has been narrowed down to 12 talented finalists. To top it off, there’s an impressive €20,000 prize up for grabs, which isn’t exactly chump change. All players will use the Black Shark 2, a super impressive gaming phone rivalled only by the upcoming ROG Phone 2…

Five Nights at Freddy’s 6: Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator is available now for iOS and Android

News By Cameron Bald, 9 months, 4 weeks ago
Five Nights at Freddy’s 6: Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator is available now for iOS and Android

Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator, the latest entry in the always popular Five Nights at Freddy’s series, has made a surprise appearance on the App Store and Google Play. Unlike the earlier games, this one’s a restaurant sim with a horror twist. You’ll be tasked with designed and running your very own version of the iconic Freddy Fazbear’s pizza chain. Everything from the décor to the attractions will be picked and organised by you. Once you’ve got it all looking sleek, your next challenge is to keep the restaurant operating smoothly throughout the day. If all goes to plan, you’ll finish the day off with a bit of paperwork, then lock up…

Tombshaft is a charming, challenging rogue-lite platformer

News By Cameron Bald, 9 months, 4 weeks ago
Tombshaft is a charming, challenging rogue-lite platformer

Tombshaft, developer doinksoft’s second game this year following Gato Roboto, is a charming, challenging rogue-lite platformer. It tasks you with delving into a trap-filled, monster-infested tomb to hunt for priceless treasures, and it’s available for pre-order today on the App Store. Some have already drawn comparisons between it and roguelike classics like Spelunky and Downwell. Though, on closer inspection, it’s clear that Tombshaft’s gameplay differs quite a bit from both. You’ll rapidly slide down the crumbling cave walls while taking care to dodge the various monsters that call the tomb home. In the mix are man-sized bats, horned devil things, and the od…

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise gets its fifth and final episode this month

News By Cameron Bald, 10 months ago
Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise gets its fifth and final episode this month

The final episode of acclaimed point-and-click adventure game Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise has finally received a firm release date. This follows a major delay which saw the final episode being pushed back from its planned launch late last year. The announcement came in the form of a tweet from developer Yak & Co which featured a puzzle for fans to solve. It didn’t take long at all for folk to start spotting the release date of the final episode contained within. Here’s your heads-up before I spoil the release date, just in case you’d like to solve the puzzle yourself. Incoming.... mes..sage... from... head..quarters.... END TRANSMISSION pic.twitter.com/OWz1uYSdiM…

Golf Peaks' latest update adds 12 super challenging courses

News By Cameron Bald, 10 months ago
Golf Peaks' latest update adds 12 super challenging courses

Indie developer Afterburn’s puzzle/golf hybrid, Golf Peaks, is getting a whopping new update later this month that adds 12 extra hard courses to tackle. The new levels are totally free, and you can expect to see version 3.0 launch on August 13th. The announcement of more content for Golf Peak, a previous Big Indie Pitch winner, is great news for puzzle fans. If you’ve not tried it out yet, it’s maybe best described as a turn-based puzzler where you’re given a handful of pre-selected moves to make. The “moves” in this case are swings of your putter. It sounds like something that shouldn’t really work, and yet it absolutely does. I suppose it helps…

Microsoft's Gears POP! opens for pre-registration

News By Cameron Bald, 10 months, 1 week ago
Microsoft's Gears POP! opens for pre-registration

Gears POP! is the upcoming spinoff to one of last-gen’s most influential series, Gears of War. It takes the likes of Marcus Fenix, Dom, and Cole Train, and gives them all a cute Funko Pop! makeover, while still retaining some of the punchy, tactical combat that the earlier games are known for. It’s basically a hero collector which sees you upgrading and testing your crew to perfection. The news today is that the game has now entered its pre-registration phase ahead of its planned launch on September 2nd. Gears POP! is focused on intense PVP battles against opponents from all over the world. While the combat is still real-time, it’s decidedly slower and more tactical tha…

Development on Monument Valley 3 is underway

News By Cameron Bald, 10 months, 1 week ago
Development on Monument Valley 3 is underway

Ustwo Games has, perhaps somewhat unsurprisingly, announced that the third entry in its beloved Monument Valley series is now entering development. With a new game comes a fresh Game Director, and the team are looking for the right fit to bring an interesting creative vision to the perspective-shifting puzzler. The news arrived as part of a job listing on the official Ustwo Games Twitter account. If you feel like you’re a good fit, why not send over a CV? You’ll need this here handy link. ANNOUNCEMENT: We're starting work on Monument Valley 3! But with two exciting games already in development, we're looking for a NEW Game Director to lead the creative vision. Could it be you…

Tencent's Ace Force is Overwatch for mobile

News By Cameron Bald, 10 months, 1 week ago
Tencent's Ace Force is Overwatch for mobile

Ace Force is Tencent’s none-too-subtle take on Blizzard’s megahit hero shooter, Overwatch. It’ll be launching in China on August 13th for iOS and Android devices, with its western release set to follow. There’s been a fair bit of gameplay shown off previously, but the game’s latest trailer highlights its characters, maps, weaponry, and game modes. First off, the weapons don’t look too reminiscent of Overwatch’s more cartoony arsenal. The guns typically look like guns, albeit colourful and almost nerf-like. Some of what we see in action includes an assault rifle, submachine gun, shurikens, a flamethrower, a rocket launcher, and a nice, punchy shotgun…

Stellar party game Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes comes to mobile this week

News By Cameron Bald, 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Stellar party game Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes comes to mobile this week

One of the best party games around, Steel Crate Games’ Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, is finally coming to iOS and Android on August 1st – that’s this Thursday. It tasks one player with defusing a randomly generated bomb while the other players attempt to talk them through the tricky process of it all. That feeling of everyone frantically explaining fairly complex issues might be familiar to anyone who’s played 2012 hit Spaceteam. You’ll have to relay information and solutions in as concise and fast a manner as possible, as the team attempts to work out input codes or which wire needs to be cut. And the bomb is actually generated at the start of every roun…