Android Rundown Live Recap: TowerMadness 2, Dawn of the Plow High Score Chase, and Lots of Cats!

Android Rundown Live Recap: TowerMadness 2, Dawn of the Plow High Score Chase, and Lots of Cats!

Jan 30, 2014

Wednesday, January 29th, was a busy day on the streams for us at Android Rundown. Check out all the interesting video below.

It wasn’t technically an Android Rundown stream, but over on 148Apps’ Twitch channel, I played cross-platform release TowerMadness 2 with Limbic Software’s Arash Keshmirian and got some juicy info on the game’s creation and strategies to master it. And I did it while playing the Android version, too. Don’t tell the iOS fans! Click here to watch the whole show or watch the highlights below:

The first level that proved to be a real hindrance was 1-7, Double Cross. After a few attempts, I got some helpful advice from Arash to try and topple the alien menace:

After beating a few challenging levels in a row, I was feeling confident, so Arash challenged me to tackle Invasion mode on level 1-9, Serpentine:

Over on the Android side of things, we did two streams on the Android Rundown Twitch channel on Wednesday.

After the developer of Dawn of the Plow taunted me on Twitter with his ridiculous high score, I decided to hop on Twitch to try and beat his high score. Watch my whole attempt here or watch the highlight of my attempts below:

Finally, I streamed a few releases of recent vintage, in alphabetical order. Watch the entire Bad Hotel, Cat Basket, and Double Dragon Trilogy stream here or watch the individual footage of each game below.

Bad Hotel: Protect a hotel from birds that carry bombs by building up new sections and armed defenses in a haphazard way that’s got to violate at least a few building codes, if not laws!

Cat Basket: The world’s foremost cat lady simulator. Catch cats while trying to knock away dogs, because forget dogs.

Double Dragon Trilogy: I decided to tackle Double Dragon 2 because I thought I knew it from back on the NES. I was dead wrong, as I died many times. On the easiest difficulty.

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Carter Dotson
Carter Dotson, editor of Android Rundown, has been covering Android since late 2010, and the mobile industry as a whole since 2009. Originally from Texas, he has recently moved to Chicago. He loves both iOS and Android for what they are - we can all get along!
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