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Kemco releases ‘Tears Revolude’ RPG, interesting new gameplay, plot

Posted by wicked July - 20 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

From time to time, you do get the odd let’s-try-something-new game from Japanese game developers Kemco – and this new RPG called “Tears Revolude” will certainly fall under that category. We don’t get knights and dragons and fighters and wizards at the onset, we get a guy trying to find lost art. While that may not be to strange or even too common, it sure piques our interest as to what the game has in store for this “lost art” guy.


Tears Revolude will also introduce a character named Liara, who is curiously, a woman who has no memories. When your main character (lost art guy) meets Liara, everything is changed and the game also turns into a search for her memories. We can’t really give anything more than this as it spoils the game for you – but then, the very fact that Kemco threw us a curved ball with this new RPG should at the very least make your gaming interest go up a few levels.

The gameplay gives you a fresh approach from Kemco – a top-down isometric view of maps but keeping battles in 3D mode, a sort of mashup of new and old school views of RPGs. The maps also show you where the monsters are, which gives you a choice of whether to engage them or not. That means your gaining of experience versus moving forward in the map is completely in your hands. Doesn’t that feel better than completely random battles?


The RPG is a premium app but is on a sale price of USD$3.99 while on its launch period. It will be full price (USD$7.99) soon, so you better pick it up at the download link below soon. The game, even at pay to play rates, still has IAPs, although those are not needed to finish the game.

DOWNLOAD: Google Play Store

Flip tokens to attack and start a battle in Super Awesome Quest

Posted by wicked July - 10 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

Super Awesome Quest is another RPG that stars three heroes on an adventure of a lifetime. All three are trying to earn back the honor and riches they lost by fighting bounty hunters, the undead, dragons, and an evil army. They’re super awesome but they still have to prove that they can finish the challenges set before them.

You can unlock different playable characters but you can start out as either Valkyrie or Paladin. The game follows a story where you need to loot and fight those dozens of enemy types. You can attack by flipping tokens and then chaining the enemies to finish the game and head on your way to the Awesome Arena where you can fight and gain more awesome rewards.

Feel free to personalize heroes and craft them for battle or play the non-stop survival mode for more rewards. Game is free for download but in-app purchases are available. This is an epic fantasy adventure RPG that brings token-flipping combat to mobile. Just tap on those tokens to unleash more powerful attacks and gain more rewards and glory.

You can also compare progress against your friends by connecting to Facebook. Once set, you can see who among your contacts are also playing this new awesome adventure.

Download Super Awesome Quest from the Google Play Store

Fearless Fantasy finally hits Google Play Store

Posted by wicked July - 10 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

A few weeks after the role-playing game Fearless Fantasy has hit the Amazon App Store, it’s now ready for download from the Google Play Store. This epic adventure game first came to iOS, became very popular, and was soon demanded by Android users. The tinyBuild-created RPG brings a dangerous bounty hunter named Leon on a mission to finish weird creatures and save a girl.

The game’s battle system is challenging to every player, requiring his turn- and gesture-based skills to get rewards, land critical hits, and finish all levels. It’s a bit creepy what with all the horrific and creepy characters you can find in this weird RPG. To block enemy attacks and score hits, just swipe, tap or pause on the screen.

Fearless Fantasy is available for $3.99 and it seems there are no more in-app purchases offered. Download the game once and you can experience the full story with animated voice-overs and cutscenes. Expect epic boss fights and more progression systems to keep you excited. There’s campaign and survival modes to challenge you as well.

You are Leon the bounty hunter and only you can save the girl from that awful marriage. Can you do this challenge?

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Download Fearless Fantasy from the Google Play Store

Explore a distant alien planet in Exiles, free version now available

Posted by wicked July - 8 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

Several months after Exiles, an adventure in an alien world, was released for Android, a free version of the Sci-Fi 3D role playing game is now ready for download. It’s just the free version so don’t expect you’ll experience the full game set in a distant planet that’s been driven to desolation and isolation. The evil government tries to bring in a lethal virus to enslave the people and anyone trying to rule the planet.

You’re goal is to become one of the best Elite Enforcers, called to go on different missions. You are in a huge world that is sadly, full of alien hives, robot enemies, and those vicious aliens. You need to discover the secrets and unravel them in order to save the planet.

In Exiles, you can choose from three character classes and be part of a big colony with several interior locales. If you wish to use and upgrade a weapon, you can do so as there are a huge variety of weapons. These weapons are just some of the things you will need to fight those aliens created to fight.

This free version of Exiles doesn’t offer in-app items but you are encouraged to download the full version of the game. Last time we checked, game is $6.99.

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Download Exiles from the Google Play Store

Teaser trailers from Star Wars: Uprising, Rayman Adventures

Posted by wicked July - 8 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

We feature two upcoming games today, both coming out with teaser trailers for all of us. First up is the new RPG from Kabam called “Star Wars: Uprising”, adding to the hype leading towards the new Star Wars movie coming out soon. The second game is from Ubisoft called “Rayman Adventures”, an addition to its Rayman franchise of games.

Star Wars: Uprising is a top-down RPG for mobile set in the time period after Return of the Jedi and just before the new film The Force Awakens. Since it contributes to the storyline, Kabam has put considerable effort into the game. The video below shows you a part of the gameplay – a cool dungeon-crawling mojo going on here, plus lots of blasters.

Rayman Adventures will be a side-scrolling platformer again, true to the form of the Rayman games that went before it. Not much information is available about the new game except from what you can see on the trailer. Ubisoft is great with visuals, as per usual. Check out the video below.

Star Wars: Uprising will be released sometime this fall, before the movie is released. Rayman Adventures does not have a launch date yet or info about pricing. The last two Rayman games were priced at USD$2.99, so it probably will be there or thereabouts.

SOURCE: Kabam, Ubisoft

Mines of Mars and Neon Shadow now free to download, ads included

Posted by wicked June - 30 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

Two Crescent Moon Games have just been offered for free. You can now download Neon Shadow and Mines of Mars Scifi Mining RPG without having to pay anything but you have be patient with all those third-party ads that you will start seeing while playing those games. It can be annoying but hey, at least you’ve saved a few dollars by not having to pay for the previously premium games.

Neon Shadow

Neon Shadow is another arcade game from Crescent Moon Games. It’s a fast paced first-shooter person multiplayer game that will remind you of the classic shooters. You goal is beat those dark mechanoids and save the world from those evil ones who have taken control of the space station. Be a hero before it’s too late and the rest of the galaxy is also taken over.

Neon Shadow is very much like those old school FPS games of your childhood and teenage years. You can choose to play a single player campaign or beat your friends in an online multiplayer death-match mode. To complete the gaming experience, Abducted by Sharks’ Cyber Punk soundtrack plays in the background.

This particular supports NVIDIA SHIELD, Moga controllers, Game Stop Red Samurai, and Google Play Game Services

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Mines of Mars Scifi Mining RPG

Mines of Mars is an award-winning RPG mining game that will remind you of the classic games Motherload and Metroid. Be prepared to uncover dark secrets, use great weapons, and collect different items in the world of Mines of Mars. You’ll get to see various ambient creatures, a variety of fauna, dark corridors, and more several enemies.

The environment changes every time you play as it’s procedurally generated so you won’t be bored with the same setting when you play. Game is a customizable RPG system with a great storyline. Experience the game and listed to the original ambient soundtrack by Evan Gipson

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Download Neon Shadow and Mines of Mars Scifi Mining RPG from the Google Play Store

Dragon Quest VI arrives, one step closer to completion

Posted by wicked June - 26 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

Square Enix has finally brought one more Dragon Quest game to Android. This time, it’s Dragon Quest VI’s turn to make it mobile debut. With this release, Square Enix is one step closer to finally closing the chapter on bringing its well-loved JRPG franchises to mobile. With Final Fantasy I to VI done and Dragon Quest VII all that’s left of the DQ series, perhaps Square Enix can finally spend some of its resources on the next round of games, like, maybe, Final Fantasy VII.

Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation puts a close on the Zenithia Trilogy, a tale that began with, of course, Dragon Quest IV. This installment is quite special in two aspects. First, instead of a simple “hero saves world” formula, the game takes players on a journey to recover the hero’s lost memories. In addition, that journey actually takes place in two parallel worlds, on of reality and one of dreams.

The mobile port of the Dragon Quest series in itself is quite significant. Unlike, for example, the Final Fantasy titles, Dragon Quest games have been slightly revamped to be playable in portrait mode. This allows the game to be played with one hand, depending on your smartphone’s size and your hand’s reach. The main movement dial, however, can usually be repositioned to make it easier.

But as with any Square Enix game, do expect a bit of heft when it comes to the price tag. Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation goes for $14.99. For a complete RPG with a deep storyline and without IAPs, it might well be worth the price.


SOURCE: Square Enix

Two new upcoming games from EA, plus Torchlight for Android!

Posted by wicked June - 16 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

We’ve lined some upcoming games for you – two from EA and one hack-and-slash title that you should totally be excited for on Android. EA is coming up with “Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes” and “Minions Paradise”. The other title is Torchlight, that breakthrough RPG that brought hack-and-slash gaming to casual gamers.

First up, it’s the Star Wars-themed “Galaxy of Heroes”. It will be an online RPG-slash-card battle game (CCG) based on popular heroes, characters, and ships from across the Star Wars universe. With the new movie of the Star Wars franchise coming out soon, the developers want to team that experience up with the fun of collecting characters and Starfighters, and people doing card battles with them. This game should be coming up real soon, what with the movie just around the corner.


Next is another EA movie tie-in – Minions Paradise. With the impossibly cute minions of “Despicable Me” fame finally getting their own movie, EA will look to ride that wave and give you a sort of a city-building game centered on a never-before-seen minion called Phil. Join him and his minion buddies try to build the ultimate vacation paradise. Again, watch out for this game very soon.


Lastly, we have Torchlight Mobile. Torchlight and Torchlight 2 were instant hits on the PC platform a few years back. This is because of the laid-back nature of the game – giving casual gamers a shot at actually playing a substantial RPG without the demanding commitment of learning the lore and mythology usually behind such intricate and complicated games. Now the developers Fedeen Games are bringing a completely new Torchlight adventure for mobile. That’s one to be excited about.

VIA: EA (1)(2), Android Police

Elemental Wings takes flight to mix RPG, CCG, and shooters

Posted by wicked June - 13 - 2015 - Saturday Comments Off

If you’re tired of the usual role-playing or card collecting games on Google Play Store, then Joycity’s latest release might be worth a shot. Elemental Wings combines several genres into a single anime-styled game that might just have enough elements to keep it interesting. You have the character building of RPGs, the deck building of CCGs, the fast-paced action of a shooter, and the rare vertical scrolling of a flying game. All of that rolled into one free game, with IAP options sprinkled everywhere, of course.

Elementals and Humans have peacefully coexisted for a long time, but some Elementals have been corrupted, causing mayhem in the world. As an Elemental Wing, sort of like the Elemental Police, it is your duty to keep these rowdy Elementals in check. While flying! Of course, to help you bring those Elementals into submission, you will need the help of, well, Elementals.

Collecting Elementals and evolving them into their more powerful forms is where the CCG part of the game comes in. Naturally, each elemental has his or her own special abilities. Game controls are easy and can even be done with one hand. Just swipe left and right to dodge attacks and collect the orbs that are flying around. That said, you’ll probably need two hands because of the added game mechanics.

Elemental Wings is now up on Google Play Store, free of charge but with hidden expenses waiting inside.


Million Arthur is a card-based RPG by Square Enix and Gamevil

Posted by wicked June - 10 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

Square Enix is pushing out into new territories, coming with a card battle RPG called “Million Arthur”. The game has previously been released in South Korea, Japan, China, and Southeast Asia, but today – through Gamevil as partner – the game is being released globally. Gamevil is starting with 15 territories today, and will later include North America, Europe and other markets.


Million Arthur is card-based RPG done with Japanese flair. The game’s storyline is written by Japanese novelist Kazuma Kamachi, and focuses on individuals with the title of Arthur and a destiny to rule Britain. Of course, only one will be worthy to lift Excalibur from the stone – only one will be king. To prove worthiness, players will build their own decks of cards – which represents soldiers – and try to beat the others.


The game has over 170 cards, all done in anime-style artwork. The developers are promising that new cards will be released with future updates. Each soldier card belongs to one of three factions in the game, giving them distinct skills and stats. Players will have to be strategic in the way they build their deck.

The game is downloadable now in Spain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Netherland, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Ukraine, Denmark, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, and Argentina – check out the download link below. Other territories will see Million Arthur available at the Google Play Store by July.

DOWNLOAD: Google Play Store

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