Posts Tagged ‘Android Game’

New release: Dragon’s Dungeon

Word reaches me that there’s a new Android roguelike out by the name of Dragon’s Dungeon. Created by Russian developer LunarPixel, Dragon’s Dungeon is distinguishable from most graphical roguelikes by the inclusion of an optional “easy mode,” which permits a slain character to respawn with all of his / her loot. The game also includes […]

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New release: Star Traders 4X Empires

Word has it that the Trese Brothers have released a sequel to Star Traders, called Star Traders 4X Empires. The premise: The great Exodus has ending and the splintered Star Trader Factions are lost, tired of the endless travel, or too slow to keep pace with the main fleet. Alone, and without the protection of […]

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New release: Deity Quest

Remember when I posted about Deity Quest last month? David Maletz writes in to announce the game’s release. The premise, in case you’ve forgotten: Deity Quest is a light-hearted, pokemon-inspired RPG where you play as an ambitious young god, recently assigned to a world – Aberos – to convert followers and gain power. Your goal […]

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New release: Eternal Lux

Martín del Río (a.k.a. Káwa Project) writes in to tell me about Eternal Lux, a new strategy RPG he’s created for Android. (If the name “Káwa Project” sounds familiar, that would probably be because of Aidinia RPG, covered here last year.) Eternal Lux has simple 16-color graphics and a MIDI soundtrack meant to evoke the […]

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Heroes of Steel out for Windows, Episode 2 released

Hey folks, remember this one? The Trese Brothers tell me that (1) they’ve now released the second episode of Heroes of Steel, and (2) the game is now available for Windows on Desura, where it is (a) miscategorized as a roguelike and (b) priced at $11.99. The premise of the second episode: Episode 2 sends […]

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New release: Heroes of Steel

Word comes to me from the Trese Brothers that they’ve released their turn-based, party-based, top-down dungeon crawl Heroes of Steel. You may recall that we last covered this game back in February, where we gave a very thorough run-down of the game’s premise and mechanics. What we didn’t have, though, was the game’s release trailer. […]

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New release: Reckless Space Pirates

Would you believe that there’s another Choice of Games title out? It’s true! The latest in their ever-expanding line of Choose-Your-Own-Adventure-styled RPG hybrids is the sci-fi epic Reckless Space Pirates, written by Rachel Zakuta. The premise: You have a choice: join a crew of space pirates to steal priceless slime from a nest of mushroom-like […]

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Ravenmark: Mercenaries released on Android

Fantasy strategy game Ravenmark: Mercenaries, initially released for iOS back in July, is now out for Android as well. As with the iOS version, the Android port is free to play. Witching Hour Studios are supporting themselves with ads and in-app-purchases; notably, you can disable the ads by purchasing the “Collector’s Edition” IAP. Here’s a 12-minute […]

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New release: Showdown at Willow Creek

In the mood for something text-based? Choice of Games has a new game for you to choose: Showdown at Willow Creek, a Western-themed choose-your-own-adventure style RPG hybrid written by Alana Joli Abbott. The premise: Saddle up and defend the town of Willow Creek from nefarious outlaws and city slickers! It all starts when a rancher’s […]

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Old release: Aralon: Sword and Shadow

A bit of digging around has revealed to me the existence of an open world wRPG for mobile devices by the name of Aralon: Sword and Shadow. Aralon was apparently released back in 2010 by strangely prolific creators Crescent Moon Games. The premise: Three hundred years ago, the great Emperor Thalos ruled a empire that […]

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