Last week we told you about the soft launch of G.I. JOE Battleground for Android which is currently only available to folks in a few regions. Well, thanks to a friend overseas I’ve spent the past couple of days playing around Battleground and I’m happy to say you will not be disappointed if you’re a fan of G.I. JOE.
Earlier this week it was announced that Mobage & DeNA would team up with Hasbro to released new games based on Dungeons & Dragons and G.I. Joe. Last night the first of those games hit Google Play as a limited release, and if you’re one of the lucky few, you can now download G.I. Joe: Battleground on your favorite Android device.
The Powerful NYC is a new Android Game from Mobage involving superheroes, gangsters, angels, and an eclipse. It’s an RPG hybrid of sorts instead of a straight up TCG which is a welcome change of pace, and it also has some of the coolest artwork you’re likely to see in a mobile game.
Card Battling games are all the rage on Android right now, and Mobage has done more of them than anyone. History Attacks is their latest card battler, and I’m very happy to say it’s something different from the rest of their catalog and quite a bit of fun to boot.
In news that makes you say “WTF?” Mobage has just released Final Fantasy airborne Brigade for Android. Yes it’s another official Final Fantasy game, and it’s not from Square Enix oddly enough. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? I’ll give you one guess…
There are countless Endless Runner games on Google Play, but Boney The Runner is the first skeleton based runner I’ve played. You’d think that Boney the skeleton wouldn’t have much to run from being as he’s dead and all, but that’s not the case as dogs love bones and skeletons are full of them.
Another popular iOS title has made it’s way onto the Android platform. This time around it is Pocket Planes by NimbleBit that has been given the Android treatment and been turned into an Android game. The airline management simulator game has been available for iOS devices since June and has racked up 2.4 millions downloads and with an Android release, the company are sure to get even more downloads of their popular game.
DeNa and Hasbro have signed a three year deal together, allowing DeNa to release Transformer themed games through its social gaming network developer, Mobage. DeNa are the publishers behind the highly popular virtual card game Rage of Bahamut. The first Transformer themed game to be published by DeNA will also be a virtual card game which will be available on the Android platform.
Card battling games are a natural fit for touchscreen devices, and there are quite a few out there for the Android platform. Well, you can now add another title to that list as Mobage has just released a new Card Battling game called Rage of Bahamut.
Way back in 1997 a little game called SimTower came out, and I lost weeks months of my free time trying to build up my tower. I always loved that game as I know a lot of other folks did, and now thanks to Mobage I’ve got a similar game to play for Android. Tiny Tower is a brand new Tower building game that lets you build and manage a tiny tower along with all the businesses and “bitizens” that inhabit it.