Posts Tagged ‘Android Game’

New release: Celsius Heroes Chapter 1: The Call of Esther

Gary Laporte writes in to announce that Parisian indie studio Celsius Online just released the party-based, first-person dungeon delver/Match 3 hybrid for mobile Celsius Heroes Chapter 1: The Call of Esther…back in March. (But hey! It’s new to me.) The premise: Curses, disasters, invasions of monsters: a deadly shadow is disturbing the peace of the […]

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New release: The Lost Kingdoms

Konstantinos “Savatar” Kantas writes in to announce the recent release of The Lost Kingdoms, a mobile RPG. Kantas states that this is his first game and it has some weaknesses, but it’s free and it’s short (a few hours in length). The premise: At the game you play as an unknown character that woke up […]

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New release: Void Pyramid

A. Hagen, developer of Ramble Planet (previously covered here), writes in to announce the release of a new post-apocalyptic, sci-fi Egyptian dungeon crawler set in “the spacefaring Egyptian empire”. The name: Void Pyramid. In case that little summary didn’t blow your mind enough, here’s the narrative premise: In the far future, the maniacal Prime Pharaoh […]

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New release: Knights of Aira

Word reaches me that there’s a new strategy RPG on the scene entitled Knights of Aira. Developed by “mirkwoodfalcon,” Knights of Aira comes with two distinct campaigns, each with its own narrative premise: The Company of Sir Oswell, and Grushnak’s Goblins. The Company of Sir Oswell: Discover the dark secrets that lurk beneath the seemingly-peaceful […]

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New release: ChemCaper Act I

So! Remember ChemCaper, that chemistry-themed jRPG by Ace EdVenture Studio that was just funded on Kickstarter last month? Act I is somehow already out for Android and iOS. The premise: You are Roub Idyum, a Moon Being from Reac Ta. For reasons unknown, a sinister foe has turned the usually friendly and helpful Petticles into […]

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New release: Dungeon Monsters

Word reaches me that French indie developers Mana Cube have just released a mobile first-person dungeon delver in the Shin Megami Tensei vein called Dungeon Monsters. The premise: Collect over 400 units, evolve them into fierce fighters and come up with clever battle strategies. Roam the depths of the underground and save the world from […]

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New release: Naroth

Helge Foerster writes in to inform me about Naroth, a 3D, first-person, open world action RPG of the Elder Scrolls stripe that was recently (okay…like, a month ago) released for mobile. The premise: You travel to Naroth, a green plateau located between the kingdoms of Vilden and Jarrad. On your quest for information about your […]

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New release: Crashlands

Word reaches me that the action RPG Crashlands (previously covered here) has now been released! Developed by Butterscotch Shenanigans (creators of Quadropus Rampage), Crashlands is an aRPG with crafting, base-building, creature-taming, and big procedurally generated biomes to explore. The premise: Play as Flux Dabes, a galactic delivery truck driver whose latest shipment gets interrupted by […]

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New release: FreeCell Quest

Bryan Livingston of indie house Legend Studio writes in to announce the release of FreeCell Quest, which is basically an RPG that employs the famous solitaire variant in place of combat. The premise: When an archmage takes control of the entire continent of Selvarin, the world’s most powerful wizards try and fail to defeat him […]

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New release: Royal Bounty HD

Remember Palm Kingdoms 3 (covered here)? Three-man Bulgarian studio iosoftware Ltd. hasn’t released it yet, but they have released an entirely different fantasy strategy game by the name of Royal Bounty HD. “Royal Bounty?” you say. “Heyyyy, waitaminute, that sounds just like–” Yeah, it does! And as it happens, the developers are quite up-front about […]

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