Well, here I go talking about doo again! That’s right, Doo, the document and scanner app. It received an update a week ago which overwhelmed its developers are the app received over 100,000 combined downloads in just 100 hours. That’s pretty impressive, eh? The 100,000 combined downloads includes the Android, iPhone, and OSX version of the app.
The success it had in those 100 hours has shot the app up the charts, reaching the top 10 in productivity apps. The large amount of user activity has also led to millions of files being processed with OCR and auto-tagging. Nifty!
A new Dragon Age title is in development for Android devices as EA announced Heroes of Dragon Age, a squad-based game with engaging quests. Players will create and manage a team of heroes and monsters to use in combat and, by earning victories, will be able to increase their strength by leveling them up. There are also rewards to earn and leaderboards to climb and it will all be free-to-play!
SportsManias: Sports News Feed keeps you up to date on all the latest happenings that are going on with your favorite teams. The app seeks out the latest and breaking news by following the Twitter feeds of professional sports beat writers and top players. You are able to customize the app to receive news specifically to your interests and are able to check out videos, pictures, scores, and standings as well.
Yapert is an interactive mobile magazine that brings fans closer to the biggest stars in music, entertainment, sports, fashion, and more. Users are offered with behind the scenes content, tending videos and photos, and more so that they’ll never miss any of the latest happenings.
It’s completely free to access the photos, videos, and topics on Yapert, and users can also subscribe to an inside pass that provides them with exclusive content.
King has announced that it will release its popular Facebook game, Papa Pear Saga, on Android devices this fall. It currently reaches over 4 million players each day on Facebook and it will soon bring over 120 levels of that same addictive physics-based gameplay to Android.
â€œPapa Pear Saga is different to any of our other games. It still possesses that core King puzzle quality, but it will be our first mobile Saga game to have a physics element which we think will translate very well to mobile and tablet game play,â€ said Riccardo Zacconi, CEO and co-founder of King, in a press release.
Rubicon Development, the studio behind Great Little War Game and Great Big War Game, has revealed that they are working on a new turn-based tactical strategy title by the name of Combat Monsters. Planned for a fall launch, this title lets players spawn monsters on a game board which represents a battlefield, allowing players to cause all kind of chaos against enemy opponents. These powerful creatures are able to use their slicing weapons, heal themselves or others, and cast powerful spells, such as a blazing fireball.
â€œEvery day as I wake up, I ponder over life and the meaning of it all,â€ said Paul Johnson, managing director and co-founder of Rubicon Development, in a press release. â€œHad I been spawning 3D monsters all night and making the enemy cry a single bloody tear after being burned to a crisp, I would instead wake up late in the afternoon — unable to work or do house chores â€“ with a smile on my face.â€
â€¢Play anywhere: Cross-platform play with shared accounts allows for true roaming
â€¢Eliminate the competition . . . in 3D: We donâ€™t skimp on dimensions, no sir!
â€¢We have a board: On which your warriors and monsters may move about!
â€¢Flexible multiplayer: “Daily asynchronous” and live online play for up to six players; private or public with matchmaking to prevent unbalanced battles.
â€¢Affordable decks and expansions: Free or almost freeâ€”because itâ€™s not 1986 (or even 2006)!
â€¢The taste of things to come is . . . sweet: Ambitious future roadmap with trading, sit-and-go constructed and sealed deck tournaments, new races and cards . . . and more!
â€¢Monsters for all tastes: 132 unique monsters across 11 races with 50+ unique activated abilities
â€¢Weaponized weapons of war: 70 unique weapons to shred the enemy to pieces
â€¢Armor that keeps you alive longer: 28 sets of armorâ€”and 28 opportunities to survive certain death
â€¢Spellcast like 1969: 42 spells to tilt the battle in your favor
â€¢Celtic cheerleaders: 22 to choose from (runes, that is)!
Crescent Moon Games released a new gameplay trailer to its upcoming title, Mines of Mars. In this game, players will be taken to the depths of the red planet where they will discover many dark secrets in this sci-fi story-based adventure. Players will have access to a number of different weapons and items to use while traversing through the dark tunnels, helping make sure they safely stumble their way through the game. There is even a co-op mode so players don’t have to go digging alone.
HeroCraft released a free version of its futuristic battle racer, Protoxide: Death Race, which allows players to experience all the chaos at no cost. The game features four single player modes, including a campaign mode that lets users get a feel for the world around them. Also, there is a multiplayer mode for players to compete against each other in high speed races or intense battles.
4 single player modes, 12 vehicles, and 16 tracks? Sounds like a great deal to jump on for free!
Anomaly 2 is on its way to Android devices, bringing its tower offense gameplay to your fingertips this fall. Get ready to morph your mechs as you immerse yourself into battle in this follow-up to Anomaly Warzone and Anomaly Korea. It also offers up real-time multiplayer battles for us all to engage in!
Excited? Well, either way, check out the trailer below!
It’s here! Galaxy on Fire 2 HD, Fishlabs’ space combat game, has finally made its way to the Google Play store. The game is now available on all Android devices that run Android 3.0 and above, having only been previously available on select Android devices. It’s free to download with add-ons available through in-app purchase, including Valkyrie for $4.99, Supernova for $6.99, or the Bundle for $9.99.
“Weâ€™re particularly proud of the fact that we now have a version of Galaxy on Fire 2 HD available on Google Play, which contains all content of the iOS version and which is fully optimized for Android smartphones and tablets. Weâ€™re really happy that the Android community can finally enjoy our flagship title thoroughly and without any restrictions.â€ said Michael Schade, CEO of Fishlabs Entertainment, in a press release.
News360 released a big update today, bringing a new intro/set-up process for improved personalization. The update also adds the ability to mute sources, flexible sharing, and smoother and faster story lists. The update comes just as the app achieved over 4 million users, which 26% of the users are engaged in sessions of more than 10 minutes long. Go see what the new changes do for you!
Battle Dragons, the combat strategy title from Spacetime Games, has been released in time for launch of the new Nexus 7 tablet. Battle Dragons has been optimized for the new device, providing players with quality graphics and sound while going after online achievements through the use of Google Play game services.
â€œBattle Dragons was designed from the ground up as an interactive toy box,â€ said Gary Gattis, CEO at Spacetime Games, in a press release. â€œCombining the power of the Nexus 7 2 device with Battle Dragons allows us to deliver fabulous graphics and extraordinary sound for mobile gaming.â€