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.
We don’t usually cover First Person Shooter titles here at Gaming on Batteries but we figured it was time to test the waters a bit in that genre. What better title to test the waters with than Modern Combat 5? Check the screens below for an idea of how action packed this game is going [...]
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 [...]
Earlier today Soda Star, the latest game by Epic Mech Wars developer Tiny Utopia, debuted on the iTunes App Store and Google Play. This is a first for mobile gaming (there aren’t many of those left folks) as players, for the first time, get to control a soda bottling company in the palms of their hands. [...]
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. [...]
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 [...]
I have been watching the Simpsons since they were a short on the Tracy Ulman show and had really crummy animation (and didn’t exactly look like they do now). The Simpsons are not new to video games since they have been fairly popular with license happy video game companies (can you name the first home [...]