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Gameloft brings Dungeon Hunter 5, pre-register now for rewards

Posted by wicked January - 21 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

Top-rated developer Gameloft has announced the fifth installment of the Dungeon Hunter series is currently in the works, but this early, followers of the game, as well as new users, can pre-register at the game’s micro-site (see source link below) to qualify for in-game rewards that can come in handy once the game launches officially.

Although Dungeon Hunter 5 is still under development, Gameloft has so far revealed that this version of the widely-popular game carries vast improvements with regard to graphics, gameplay, and user interface. Through its Developer Diary videos both on YouTube and the micro-site, Gameloft is saying that DH5 features a new multiplayer aspect, along with a “fusion” feature that allows the player to level up weapons and gear along with their primary character. The multiplayer element is especially interesting, as it allows players to create their own bases, or more appropriately called “dungeons,” and fill it up with characters or minions that they can use to raid other players’ dungeons for gold or to defend the player’s own. The cherry on top here is that at the end of each raid, one is forced to confront the user’s primary character, making it the boss opponent.

The storyline for Dungeon Hunter 5 is essentially a carry-over from the fourth installment, where the player now deals with the consequences of the events in DH4. In the aftermath of the demon invasion, the fictional kingdom of Valenthia has splintered, leaving everyone to fend for themselves. Users are no longer soldiers of war but now play as bounty hunters who must band together to survive against the demon onslaught. A typical player must obtain gold (which serves as the in-story currency to buy weapons and stuff, as well as someone else’s allegiance), gems (to unlock rare items), and fusion boosters that can be used to upgrade one’s own avatar together with its gear to make for a more formidable in-game character.

Players are encouraged to sign up now to receive in-game rewards when Dungeon Hunter 5 finally rolls out. Early registrants, however, are encouraged to promote the game even further, as Gameloft reveals the more the game is shared on social media, more rewards will be unlocked for players. So if you’re looking for some rare in-game sword or bow, it might be a good idea to visit the DH5 micro-site now and start sharing to your comrades.

SOURCE: Dungeon Hunter 5

11 best Android hack and slash games

Posted by wicked January - 20 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

soulcraft best hack and slash games for Android
Hack and slash games bring out the primal fun in video games. The simplicity of the button mashing and the satisfaction of mowing down hundreds of adversaries is one of the core experiences of early video games. The good news is that it can be had on Android with these awesome Android hack and slash games.

Dungeon Hunter 4 best Android hack and slash gamesDungeon Hunter 4

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
First on our list is Dungeon Hunter 4. It’s actually an RPG game but utilizes hack and slash mechanics much like you would see in a Diablo game. You can choose between four characters, each with their own set of skills and abilities. In true hack and slash form, there are hundreds upon hundreds of enemies and bosses for you to defeat. It also features PVP, online co-op, and plenty of stuff to do.
Get it on Google Play

Dungeon Quest best Android hack and slash gamesDungeon Quest

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Dungeon Quest is another action RPG that plays like a hack and slash game. The graphics are reminiscent of something like Dungeon Defenders on PC and the look and feel of the game is similar to Gauntlet Legends mixed with Diablo. There are 200 floors in the dungeon that you must conquer which amounts to a decent amount of game play. You can play as a rogue, wizard, or a warrior and there are specific sets of skills and items for each one. The game also features leaderboards so you can track your progress against friends.
Get it on Google Play

Eternity Warriors best Android hack and slash gamesEternity Warriors 3

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Eternity Warriors 4 is a seriously popular game with over five million installations. It’s billed as an MMORPG but has more than its fair share of hacking and slashing. It has more MMORPG elements than most with guilds, co-op, and PVP but at the root of it, you’re still playing as a character who is battling hoards of bad guys. There are four kingdoms to explore, three character classes, powerful abilities, and lots of fun to be had.
Get it on Google Play

hail to the king deathbat best Android hack and slash gamesHail to the King: Deathbat

[Price: $4.99 with in app purchases]
Hail to the King: Deathbat is a hack and slash game that is officially sanctioned by Avenged Sevenfold and they even did the soundtrack for it. Awesome soundtrack aside, the game also features some cursory RPG elements, massive levels, a nightmare mode for more hardcore players, and a creepy story line. It boasts 10-12 hours of game play which is apparently doubled if you decide to take on nightmare mode. It’s simple but fun and the soundtrack is pretty decent.
Get it on Google Play

inotia 4 best Android hack and slash gamesInotia 4

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
The Inotia series is a long time favorite of Android gamers because it’s been around for a long time. In Inotia 4, you can play as six different classes across 400 maps and you can even recruit mercenaries to help you along. Much like others on the list, this also has RPG elements so your character levels up and learns new abilities. The graphics are a bit more simple than other games but the button mashing and bad guy slaying is all still there.
Get it on Google Play

iron knights best Android hack and slash gamesIron Knights

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Iron Knights is a hack and slash game that gives you more of a hack and slash feel. There are RPG elements but the main focus here is duking it out with as many bad guys as humanly possible. The game features decent, colorful graphics, PVP mode, co-op mode, monster battle mode, and a whole bunch of loot. You can create parties of minions to summon to your aid whenever you need them and you can even summon your friends’ heroes if you need to.
Get it on Google Play

mage and minion best Android hack and slash gamesMage and Minions

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Mage and Minions is a hack and slash game with RPG elements and perhaps its best selling point is that it can be played totally offline. The story takes you from planet to planet as you battle Ragadam and his horde of evil minions. You’ll fight everything from skeletons to robots, alients, demons, and dragons. If you want something with a lot of variety and changes in scenery then this is probably your best bet. The game play mechanics are built for mobile which is always nice too.
Get it on Google Play

order & chaos online best Android hack and slash gamesOrder & Chaos Online

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Order & Chaos Online is one of the most popular MMORPG experiences available on Android. It has better character customization than most games and you can play with multiple characters. There are 2500 skills in total so the customization factor is really good. There is also hack and slash game play, PVP, co-op, and 1200 quests you can enjoy. You can even get mounts. It’s a huge game with a lot of bad guys and a lot to do.
Get it on Google Play

ravensword shadowlands best android hack and slash gamesRavensword: Shadowlands

[Price: $6.99 with no in app purchases]
Ravensword: Shadowlands is a bit older of a game but it’s still an inviting experience. It supports controllers which is for those who use hardware controllers. It also has decent graphics, a long story, and even some smaller things like the ability to change from first person to third person perspective. The combat system is a bit more involved than most and requires a block-then-strike style but there are still a ton of enemies for you to cut down.
Get it on Google Play

soulcraft 2 best Android hack and slash gamesSoulcraft 2

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Soulcraft 2 is the next iteration of the popular Soulcraft title from way back when. In this hack and slash title, you battle tons of beasts to save the world. You can also play online or totally offline. The choice is yours. You have seven characters to choose between and the developers have promised that two additional races will be added eventually. The hack and slash mechanics are pretty basic but really isn’t that what the genre is all about?
Get it on Google Play

zenonia 5 best Android hack and slash gamesZenonia 5

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
The Zenonia series joins the Inotia series as one of those game series that Android gamers have been playing for years. Zenonia 5 is the latest iteration and it features most of the fun of the prior titles. The graphics are a bit more simple than others but the mechanics for a good hack and slash are there and they’re solid. You can choose between four heroes and engage in both online and offline play including a PVP mode. There are also hundreds of side quests.
Get it on Google Play

Wrap up

If we missed any great Android hack and slash games, please let us know in the comments!

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Crusaders Quest: 16-bit RPG lets you be a goddess-saving hero

Posted by wicked January - 19 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

If it’s always been your secret dream to become a hero and rescue goddesses from peril, now is the time to let this out when you play this new 16-bit RPG for Android devices. Crusaders Quest is not about the Middle Ages campaign to win back the Holy Land but rather about you and your ragtag group who need to save the planet from the forces of evil.

An evil witch’s curse has put the land in peril and it’s only the powers of the goddesses, with the help of you and your 16-bit heroes, that can make things right. The game has over 200 heroes and 6 classes of them that you can collect and control as you try to save the goddesses from monsters roaming the land through solving real-time puzzle matches. Once you’ve trained the heroes in battle, you can send them in PVP battles to see if they can prove their mettle. You also need to help unlock and unleash the goddesses’ special powers that will surely come in handy.

The game, despite being an RPG, is not really that complicated so it could actually be fun (if you don’t like too complicated kinds of games). It is a puzzle combat game that lets you match skill blocks in order to defeat the enemy. The more matches you make, the better attack you’ll have. And if you fill your power meter enough, you get such weapons and moves like Archer’s Fire Rain or the Holy Hammer.

Crusaders Quest is free to download from the Google Play Store. But there are in-app purchases available so be sure you’re disciplined enough to just buy stuff when you need to or if you’re not, simply turn off the auto permissions so you won’t be tempted.


Slime your way to victory with Ambition of the Slimes

Posted by wicked January - 19 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

How does it feel be a slime? You’ll know when you play a round or two of this new simulation game called Ambition of the Slimes. This is like a classic simulation RPG complete with the pixelated graphics. Game was originally in Japanese because it was developed by Altairworks, a Japanese game application developer. It was recently translated to English so it’s only now that the game is gaining more attention outside of the country.

The goal of the game is to finish off enemies by attacking them with slime. No, you don’t need to accumulate slime within the game because you are the slime. The main hero, the slime, can take over the enemies to control them. For example, you can take over a mage to use magic. Take over a merchant and bribe your enemies. Should you want to defeat an archer, take over him and use a bow and arrow.

You can actually choose from among the different types of slime. Using various tactics, you can strategize on how you can slime your way to victory. Take over a more powerful enemy or teleport slime to win. You won’t win easily though just by attacking the other camp. You need to think of effective tactics and strategies to succeed.

The pixelated graphics of the background and the characters make Ambition of the Slimes one cool retro game. The setting is a world where evil humans appeared. The seas and the skies were all polluted. Forests were all burned. Tyranny was reigning and inhabitants were expecting the end of days. But good thing the heroes learned to slime their way into the bodies of the enemies to take over them and do anything.

Ambition of the Slimes Android app
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Ambition of the Slimes Android app
Ambition of the Slimes Android app
Ambition of the Slimes Android app

Download Ambition of the Slimes from the Google Play Store

Com2uS Dragon Knights: RPG in name, dungeon crawler in deed

Posted by wicked January - 16 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

Mobile gaming, for all its benefits and strengths, has somewhat diluted the definition of the RPG genre lately. What was once a class of games with rather clear borders have started bleeding into the description of any game that involves a crew of characters with sword and magic. This new Dragon Knights game from Com2uS is one such game that masquerades as an RPG but really comes closer to a dungeon crawler. That said, RPG or not, that doesn’t mean that this game can’t be fun.

In essence, Dragon Knights is a turn-based dungeon crawler, albeit one that has a backstory, no matter how flimsy or thin it may be. The basics are the same: go through dungeons to fight monsters and save the world from the devil horde. To do so, you will have to build up your motley crew from an assortment of available heroes. Though there are indeed many characters to choose from, they do fall under one of four classes, which lends to the RPG-like feel of the game. Oh, and you do get pets to summon and help you in your battles.

The game plays over in both single player and multiplayer modes. The multi player gameplay comes via cooperative boss raids and boss battles. There’s also a PvP arena to test your team’s mettle. Like majority of mobile games, the game has a ladderized progression system where each new distinct level is unlocked by finishing the ones before it. You enter a dungeon and the battle commences. There is very little in terms of exploration that you might find in conventional RPGs. The graphics of the game are very basic, with miniaturized 3D models set on a flattened 3D background.


The game is free to play and, of course, holds in-app purchases for a quick fix. Hit the video below for the game’s rather cheesy trailer.

Download: Dragon Knights on Google Play Store

21 best Android games with no in app purchases

Posted by wicked January - 14 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

final fantasy 4 on the HTC One best Android games with no in app purchases
Freemium hit Android in a big way. In an atmosphere where developers were literally being destroyed by piracy, they needed to fight back and in-app purchases came into existence. This allowed them to make their games free and to slowly pluck money out of consumers’ pockets as they played. This turned into a serious cash cow for developers as in-app purchases now account for over 90% of all app and game revenue. However, even though in app purchases have slowed the lost flow of revenue from piracy, developers are still learning how to use them without offending all of us. For those who hate Freemium, there are still some developers who rock the old school model of pay-once. Here are the best Android games with no in app purchases.

Icewind Dale best Android games with no in app purchasesBaldur’s Gate, Baldur’s Gate II, and Icewind Dale

[Price: $9.99 each]
We grouped these three games together because they were all released by the same developer (Beamdog). All three titles are huge, immersive RPGs that were ported from PC to Android in 2014. They feature very long stories with complex game play and are sure to keep you busy for months upon months. The graphics are decent but not amazing because even by PC standards these games are pretty old. However, these are three of the better RPGs to grace PC and Android. It says that these games have in-app purchases but the purchases are nothing more than voice packs and other miscellany that has no effect whatsoever on the actual game.
Get it on Google Play

the banner saga best designed android games with no in app purchasesThe Banner Saga

[Price: $9.99]
The Banner Saga is a strategy RPG developed by former members of BioWare. It features beautiful hand-drawn graphics, a deep story line that requires the gamer to make decisions that affect the story, and an easy learning curve. It’s inspired by Norse mythology and it happened to be a member of our best designed Android games of 2014. It’s a wonderful play if you like strategy RPGs.
Get it on Google Play

Doom & Destiny best Android games with no in app purchasesDoom & Destiny

[Price: Free / $2.99]
Doom & Destiny is another RPG title with a lot of content and no in app purchases. It uses retro style graphics similar to the SNES and NES RPGs of old and includes a 20-hour story line with 20 hours of additional stuff to do, turn based combat, 10,000 lines of dialogue, and hundreds of spells, items, and other things to collect. The $0.99 price tag makes this among the cheaper games on this list and there is even a free version you can pick up with advertising.
Get it on Google Play

Five Nights at Freddy's 2 best Android games with no in app purchasesFive Nights at Freddy’s 1 and 2

[Price: $2.99 each]
Five Nights at Freddy’s 1 and 2 are horror games. You play as a security guard who has to keep watch over possessed animatronics in a pizzeria. If you don’t do a good enough job (or disguise yourself in the 2nd one), they’ll get you. These games are strangely terrifying and were two of the best games released in 2014. They’re also fairly cheap and the game play is easy to learn.
Get it on Google Play

Goat Simulator best games with no in app purchasesGoat Simulator

[Price: $4.99]
A lot of people don’t like Goat Simulator because it is, at its core, an intentionally unfinished piece of buggy garbage. However, if you have a sense of humor, this game can be quite a bit of fun. You control a goat as you do goat things like exploding and flying through the air as though you were shot out of a cannon. The frequent bugs and glitches are the game’s biggest draw and it’s a goofy way to spend a couple of hours.
Get it on Google Play

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas best android games with no in app purchasesGrand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas

[Price: $4.99, $4.99, and $6.99 respectively]
Rockstar has had great success in porting their Grand Theft Auto series to mobile. In fact, San Andreas won our best game of 2013 award. These games are huge and provide dozens of hours of game play. You can drive around doing whatever you want or follow the story, the choice is yours. The graphics aren’t amazing but they’re not terrible either. The only unfortunate part is the earlier Grand Theft Auto games suffer from some bugs here and there which have angered many people. In any case, make sure you try them before the two hour refund time in Google Play in case you don’t like them.
Get it on Google Play
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - best android games with no in app purchases

Ingress best android games with no in app purchasesIngress

[Price: Free]
Ingress is a GPS-based strategy game where you must choose sides, build up portals, and hack the portals of the other team. The entire world is your playing field and aside from Wii Fit, this game is probably more responsible for getting nerds off the couch and out exercising than any other game. There is also a scavenger hunt features called Missions where you go on missions to find things and explore the city. It’s a lot of fun and one of the more unique games available anywhere.
Get it on Google Play

Lego Bionicle best Android games with no in app purchasesA whole bunch of LEGO games

[Price: Free]
LEGO has led a solo effort in making free to play games with no in app purchases that are actually somewhat decent. Altogether, they have 29 games that are all free with no in app purchases. These are great for kids because LEGOs are about as offensive as tomato soup and they have released a good variety of games. There’s a fashion game, a hack and slash game, and many, many others. You’ll have to try them out for yourself to see if there are any that you like and some are definitely better than others. It’s a good option for pretty much anyone who doesn’t hate LEGOs or LEGO games.
Get it on Google Play
Lego Bionicle best Android games with no in app purchases

leo's fortune best android games with no in app purchasesLeo’s Fortune

[Price: $2.99]
Leo’s Fortune is a beautifully done platformer that first saw the light of day at Google I/O 2014. It features simple controls, crisp and colorful graphics, and an actual story. Along with the game play, you can also complete levels in a certain time frame and do so without being hit to earn additional stars and achievements through Google Play Games services. It’s one of the best 2D platformers ever designed on any platform.
Get it on Google Play

Machinarium android games with no in app purchasesMachinarium

[Price: $4.99]
Machinarium was one of the first truly great puzzle games on Android. It features a little robot that you control and you must move about your environment finding items and using them to solve puzzles. It’s been remastered once since its release and includes Google Play Games services, cloud saving, and improved graphics. It’ll be among the first wave of games on Android to be considered “classics” and $4.99 isn’t a bad price for it.
Get it on Google Play

Minecraft best games with no in app purchasesMinecraft Pocket Edition

[Price: $6.99]
Minecraft Pocket Edition is the Android version of the very popular Minecraft game. It features pretty much all of the fun, exploration, and enjoyment of the PC and console versions but you can carry it around in your pocket. It’s been a long time favorite title for Android gamers and has adorned the top paid games list for very large parts of the last two years. It also includes local multiplayer which is a nice touch.
Get it on Google Play

Osmos HD - best android games with no in app purchasesOsmos HD

[Price: $2.99]
Osmos HD is an atmospheric puzzle game where you play as a little mote. Your job is to absorb smaller motes in order to become bigger and eventually become the biggest. In some levels you must absorb special motes that act in different ways. The levels are challenging, the graphics are crisp and colorful, and there is even multiplayer support if you want that. It was one of the best designed games of 2013 and remains one of the best games available today.
Get it on Google Play

out there best android games with no in app purchasesOut There

[Price: $3.99]
Out There is a hybrid of a survival game and a sim game. It brings with it some very challenging game play, google play games achievements, three different endings, and a truly unique and fun premise. You play as an astronaut who awakens from cryonics somewhere deep in the vastness of space. You have to survive, keep your oxygen levels up, and rebuild your ship while dealing with aliens who don’t speak as you speak. It’s entertaining, difficult, and a game that’ll keep you busy for a while.
Get it on Google Play

Pool Break Pro best Android games with no in app purchasesPool Break Pro

[Price: Free]
If you’re looking for something a little more leisure, then Pool Break Pro is worth a try. It lets you play some billiards using a number of different rules on a variety of different tables. You can also play Snooker, Carrom, Crokinole, and other games with sticks, balls, and a table. There is a multiplayer available if you choose to use it and your moves go back and forth like chess so you can pick it up and play when you have time. It’s the best billiards game on Android and it doesn’t have in app purchases.
Get it on Google Play
Pool Break Pro best Android games with no in app purchases

The Room 2 best Android games with no in app purchasesThe Room 1 and 2

[Price: $0.99 and $2.99 respectively]
The Room 1 and 2 are puzzle games with a unique premise and some amazing graphics. Each item in each room is a puzzle within a puzzle within a puzzle. In the background of all of these puzzles is an arcane and dark story line that revolves around the supernatural. The overall feel and atmosphere of the games is dark and the puzzles are very well done. The only downside is the length because these games are pretty short but that shouldn’t stop you from checking them out. It’s only a few bucks.
Get it on Google Play

Shadowrun Dragonfall DC Android games with no in app purchasesShadowrun Returns and Shadowrun: Dragonfall

[Price: $2.99 and $6.99 respectively]
The Shadowrun series of games are a part of a much larger line of products that dates back to a tabletop RPG game first released in 1987. Along with a rich history, you’ll get decent graphics and game play mechanics that are easy to learn. These are both strategy RPG titles that mix steampunk and fantasy elements to create a machines and magic universe that is just delightful to play in. On top of taking part in a series of games that have had a loyal fanbase for the better part of two decades, you’ll also get a couple of pretty good games.
Get it on Google Play

Final Fantasy 6 best Android games with no in app purchasesA whole bunch of Square Enix games

[Price: Varies]
Square Enix has released a good percentage of their early game library to Android. The re-releases include Final Fantasy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 along with various Dragon Quest games, Chrono Trigger, and Secret of Mana. The best part is that these games remain untainted from their earliest days aside from a graphical boost here and there. The other best part is that none of them have in-app purchases. They can get kind of expensive but these are all games with tons of game play, deep stories, some of the best video game music of all time, and lasting value. The button will take you to Square Enix’s developer page on Google Play where you can browse all of their titles. Do beware, there are some Square Enix games that do have in app purchases but none that we just mentioned do.
Get it on Google Play

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic best Android games with no in app purchasesStar Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

[Price: $4.99]
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) is an old PC RPG that took the world by storm. It allowed you to make decisions that affected the outcome of the game and let you play how you wanted. It helped start a trend that continues today with games like Fallout: New Vegas where you can pretty much create the story. This is a full port and has not been scaled down in any way from its original PC version which is just fantastic. For RPG fans, it’s a must-have.
Get it on Google Play
Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic best Android games with no in app purchases

Surgeon Simulator best android games with no in app purchasesSurgeon Simulator

[Price: $4.99]
Surgeon Simulator is another satirical game much like Goat Simulator. In this game, you kind of play Operation but the intention is to lose. This can be accomplished by abusing the life out of your patient with various machines and tools of destruction and you can play as a doctor or a dentist. It’s meant to be humorous and that means how entertaining this game is depends heavily on your sense of humor. It’s pretty goofy and we can all agree on at least one thing: poor Bob.
Get it on Google Play

World of Goo best android games with no in app purchasesWorld of Goo

[Price: $4.99]
World of Goo is a puzzle game where you must connect little pieces of goo to reach a destination. The challenge comes with the physics of the game which drag you down combined with the limited number of goo bits you have to build with. The game is well designed with muted colors and tricky game play. There are a ton of levels to play and after a while, you can play in free-build mode where you simply aim to build the tallest tower of goo that you possibly can. It’s a lot of fun even if $4.99 is a tad expensive.
Get it on Google Play

XCOM Enemy Within best android games with no in app purchasesXCOM: Enemy Within

[Price: $12.99]
XCOM: Enemy Within is a strategy game that was ported to Android from PC in 2014. It features graphics that are far above average for mobile, gripping game play, and tons of stuff to do. You play as humans as you research alien technology and use it to defeat the alien invaders. This is actually a continuation of an earlier release called XCOM: Enemy Unknown with more abilities, more missions to do, and more. There is a multiplayer option if you want to try your tactics online.
Get it on Google Play
XCOM Enemy Within best android games with no in app purchases

Wrap up

If we missed any great games with no in app purchses, let us know in the comments!

To see our complete list of Android apps and games lists, click here!

Shadowrun Dragonfall Director’s Cut – Indie app of the day

Posted by wicked December - 23 - 2014 - Tuesday Comments Off

What is Shadowrun Dragonfall Director’s Cut

Shadowrun Dragonfall Director’s Cut is a game that is based on a tabletop RPG by the same name that was originally released in 1989 that had a number of video game that were released from 1993 to 2013. Shadowrun Dragonfall Director’s Cut combines fantasy, cyberpunk, and crime genres in a very unique way. It’s in the Google Play Store for $6.99.

The game is set up as a strategy RPG and thus retains many of the strategy RPG elements including game boards and mechanics. The game uses a mission structure where you must complete missions to advance the story. The game features a classless growth system based on skill points so you can grow your team as you choose and a full story with five additional missions and alternate endings.

The graphics and sound are surprisingly good for how old this game is. The developers have redesigned pretty much every aspect of the title from its earlier incarnations and pretty much all of the redesigns took the game in a positive direction. It is story driven and you play in a dystopian society where crime is rampant and companies go unregulated. You play as a team of shadowrunners who do jobs and earn a payday but put that on hold to deal with a deadly threat.

Shadowrun Dragonfall DC review

One hell of a game.

  • After 25 years, the premise of ‘tech meets magic’ is still just as enjoyable as ever.
  • Plenty of missions, content, alternate endings, and more to keep players engaged.
  • Unique strategy RPG mechanic where you upgrade your team using skill points instead of classes.
  • Above average graphics and sound.
  • It’s a game worthy of the name.
  • If you didn’t like strategy RPGs before, you probably won’t like them now.
  • No demo, so make sure you try it out inside of the refund time.
  • Some bugs and crashes have been reported.
  • There’s a learning curve.

Overall, this is definitely something a little bit different. The high fantasy elements of elves and goblins are present and the mechanics are the familiar strategy RPG that most people know. That all contrasts nicely with the cyberpunk elements and customized character development. $6.99 may seem a tad expensive but this is a complete game and there are no in app purchases.

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Crescent Moon’s Exiles RPG comes to Google Play

Posted by wicked December - 18 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

Crescent Moon, the developers behind Ravensword: Shadowlands, have just released their much-anticipated Sci-Fi 3D RPG, Exiles, to the Play Store. If you’re a fan of Humble Bundle, you may have seen this game available as one of the top-tier purchases, way back when the game was in alpha. It’s now in the Play Store released with it’s final build, and we’re excited to see what it brings.

Exiles takes place in the near future in a distant world. The game follows an isolated colony that’s on the verge of being enslaved by it’s corrupt government. You play as a member of the Elite Enforcers trying to keep the colony safe with a wide variety of weapons and vehicles. Exile is set in an open-world environment and features a deep storyline, a ton of missions, different character classes, and a healthy amount of aliens and mechanized enemies.

Here is a complete list of features that Exiles brings:

  • Explorer a huge and open world, full of alien hives, underground temples, and caves
  • A large colony with various interior locales
  • Choose from 3 different character classes
  • Choose a Male or Female Character
  • A large variety of weapons to use and upgrade
  • Huge Alien creatures to fight
  • Mechs and Hoverbikes available to traverse the massive landscape
  • A dark story of government plots and conspiracy
  • No IAP!
  • Real-time Shadows
  • Full Night/Day System

The game is available in Google Play for $6.99. That might be a bit steep to some users, but keep in mind, Exiles has hours of gameplay value and no in-app purchases in sight. Follow the Play Store link below to pick up Exiles!

Baldurs Gate II Enhanced Edition makes its way to Android

Posted by wicked December - 18 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

Beamdog has done it again. The game developers have successfully ported and launched the sequel to one of the most popular classic computer RPGs of all time, Baldur’s Gate II, in its enhanced and remastered form. Now gamers both old and new can get a chance to relive the good old days or forge new adventures using nothing more than the small but powerful computer hidden in their pockets. Of course, like in many games, a good adventure has a price to be paid.

Old school games, and by that we really mean older titles and not just new ones made to look old, can be a gold mine of experience for mobile gamers. These games bring depth and immersion in ways many newer smartphone games don’t offer. A solid story line, sophisticated game mechanics, and a lineage that spans decades. That’s what Beamdog and its ports bring to the Android table.

Like its predecessor, Baldur’s Gate II takes place in the Forgotten Realms setting of the acclaimed Dungeons and Dragons game world (AD&D 2 to be exact). You take the role of the sire of the God of Murder, bred solely to die at the hands of heroes, fueling the god’s return. But you were raised with love and were turned against your nature. Now it is up to you whether you will become the monster you were born to be or be the hero you were taught to be. It’s nurture vs. nature, RPG style.

BG2EE, as gamers would call it, covers the main Shadows of Amn campaign. But it also includes expansions such as Throne of Bhaal and The Black Pits II all for free. The game does cost $9.99, which in mobile game standards is quite steep, but the quality and experience might very well be worth the price. Some might be surprised that there are in-app purchases, but these are really just for additional content, like extra companions and character portraits.


Download: Baldur’s Gate II on Google Play Store

Blizzard’s Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft now out for Android tablets

Posted by wicked December - 17 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

One big problem we all had with Blizzard’s Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft card game was first that it was only for tablets, and second that it was only out on iOS (so that meant the iPad or iPad mini) – so, “no, thanks”. Good thing that they understood how big a market there was for Android tablet users, that now the hugely popular card game is now out for Android tablet devices.

The rollout to Android tablets began in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, but is now available globally, as Blizzard has announced. The app will now be available globally via the Google Play Store, with a later rollout for the Amazon Appstore for Android.

Blizzard is putting out some bonus love for you early adapters as they will be giving out a pack of free “Classic” cards for you to use in game. To redeem your free pack of cards, you just need to complete a game of Hearthstone in any mode – be it on Play, Arena, or Practice mode, win or lose. Pretty nice, huh?


So if you have your Samsung Galaxy Tab S out, go give this one a go. It should be nice. Then tell us all about it in the comments section. You don’t own an Android tablet? No worries, Blizzard is also bringing the game to Android phones soon!

DOWNLOAD: Google Play Store
SOURCE: Blizzard