HeroCraft have placed their Android title, Tiny Token Empires, on sale for a limited time. Right now, on Google Play, you can grab this brain teasing humour filled strategy title for the low low price of $0.99. Just click the pic below to be taken to the store.
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If you have been avoiding HeroCraft’s Any Raid game due to there not being a demo available then you have no excuse now. HeroCraft have just released a two level demo for their popular title about the tiniest workers in nature.
Herocraft, an indie developer/publisher our readers are familiar with, has just released Race Illegal onto Google Play. Racing games on Android are nothing new but ones that featuring car tuning, online racing and realistic driving physics are rarer.
Anyone that was a gamer from the early 80′s onward probably remembers when Tetris was released on the original Game Boy (the pea salad green screen version). Tetris was THE first portable selling game ever- thanks to Nintendo smartly packaging the game with the system. Yes, back then when you bought a system you got [...]
Overhead scrolling shooters, once a proud genre with their close cousing- the side scrolling shooter, is almost an endangered species of gaming. Sure, we get the occasional retro release from Capcom (how many times can fans be expected to buy yet another copy of any of the 194x series?), but fans want new original action. [...]
Retro is all the rage right now with everyone throwing stuff up that used to be old from Pepsi doing the “throwback” thing with their two most popular soda lines to game companies really getting behind the act of releasing old games on new hardware (shame none are doing it for magazines yet). Here are [...]
It is no secret that when Plants vs Zombies was released of so many years ago, it changed the way tower defense games were perceived by the public. Gone were the preset, trails that enemies would follow around the screen that were usually hard to make out on smaller screens. Gone were the weird power [...]
Deep Dungeons of Doom is another title in the up and coming venerable 8-Bit throwback genre, this time in the Rogue-like dungeon crawler sub section. Co-developed by MiniBoss Studios who are in Brazil (who STILL have a thriving Sega Master System and Genesis market) and Bossa Studios, Deep Dungeons of Doom looks to bring gamers [...]
Die Hard, a rather questionable in quality movie licensed/tie-in game, hit Google Play and iTunes recently and well, it is not being received that well by critics. Basically the game is being rounded for various things such as in app purchases and lack of any real originality but personally, I don’t think the game was [...]
Let’s get something out of the way right now. If pixelated graphics bother you then definitely, skip this review and go read something else here on Gaming on Batteries because Gunslugs is an unabashed throwback to the retro days of gaming. OrangePixel have a reputation for giving their games old school graphics but solid gameplay [...]
Puzzle games have been said to be a dime a dozen on mobile platforms, probably because they play right into the heart of what mobile gaming is believed to be- short, quick, bursts of gameplay lasting a few minutes at most (hard to get a fulfilling RPG moving in that amount of time). Puzzle Spopkling [...]
Anyone that remembers the classic Game and Watch title “Fire” by Nintendo (back before they released the original Nintendo Entertainment System) will feel the nostalgia strings being pulled on when they check out Ding Dang Fire Fighters for iOS and Android.
Growing up I watched a lot of Matlock and Murder, She Wrote and now as an adult I watch a lot of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and many other shows that had a clear legal aspect to them. While Devil’s Attorney is not quite like those shows, it is quite interesting how things [...]
Thinking we had seen it all with genre mixing titles such as Bejeweled and an RPG engine (Puzzle Quest) but this one takes the cake. Asura Cross by Gamevil mixes a fighting game with a Choose Your Own Adventure style storyline- of all the things to mix, they picked these two genres.