While we have reviewed both the iOS and Android versions of Plants vs Zombies 2, that was the version prior to this update. Why are we doing a news item on an update? Because this update changes quite a bit of the game, almost creating a brand new game while removing a lot of the […]
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We never reviewed the original Plants vs Zombies here at Gaming on Batteries for several reasons, the main one being we figured the last thing people wanted to read was yet more words on Popcap’s little line defense title (that is like writing ANOTHER review of Super Mario Bros 3). That is why I am […]
Herocraft have just updated Strategy & Tactics: World War II on Android with two new scenarios. Strategy & Tactics: World War II is a turn based strategy title for Android devices.Herocraft have consistently supported Android with quality gaming for awhile now.
Over on our sister site, Gaming on Nintendo, we have some rather interesting news about the impending release of a rare, unofficial, Resident Evil 2 tech demo soon to be released.
Fighting games have been a part of gaming since the days of Karateka, with each new generation of hardware comes some form of an update to the classic formula. For too long, those updates were simply graphical in nature rather than innovation in the game play. Enter Combo Crew from The Game Bakers, or as […]
Continuing the fun that is sale postings (Android and Retro iOS and Square Enix) we bring you even more games on sale this weekend. Everything from Sega to indies is represented here.
My first interaction with Spellwood was actually by accident, I was on Google Play and checking out games and discovered this word game by Sega. Interested, I checked into it more and found out that there was a free version so I downloaded that but I was not to enjoy Spellwood at that time. It […]
Side scrolling action platform games on portable devices that don’t carry the Nintendo lable are rarer than rooster’s teeth nowadays, that is why it is so awesome to see one available on Android. Paper Monsters by Crescent Moon Games is just that, a 2.5D action adventure title with its roots firmly planted in the 16-Bit […]
Growing up from the 8-bit era through to today has given me a bit of insight to the background of fighting games and their roots and progression throughout history. Up till about the 32-bit era, fighting games were 2D, no matter if it was one plane (Street Fighter II) or levels (Final Fight), they were […]
G5 Games is one of the publishers on Android that I was most excited about checking out when I got the Zeepad in the mail recently. I had bad luck with a couple of their titles on the S601 Android Hand Held and was quite bummed by the experience (resistive screen device owners still can’t […]
Here at Gaming on Batteries, we are quite keen on new Android powered hardware, iOS also but Apple has a much more rigid release schedule on their stuff. Working closely with companies such as Willgoo out of China, we are able to find out about various pieces of tech that are coming out soon (just […]