Android Rundown Twitch Recap: OUYA Games Including Soul Fjord and Golden Scarab!

Android Rundown Twitch Recap: OUYA Games Including Soul Fjord and Golden Scarab!

Jan 29, 2014

With Soul Fjord releasing on Ouya, it seemed like a good time as any to fire up my Ouya and feature a few games on our Twitch channel. Click here to watch the whole show with War Daddy bonus footage or catch the highlights on YouTube below.

Soul Fjord: Airtight Games’ roguelike rhythm-based beat ’em up gets put through the wringer. I try to make it all the way to Valhalla while also showing off some sweet loot, and trying to keep my rhythm. I often fail to do so.

DEF: This Ouya-exclusive tower defense game is very glowy, and features very minimalist graphics: everything is a glowing square! It’s also very challenging, as I try to survive the game’s third level. It may or may not go well.

Golden Scarab: However, I take my revenge on OMGWTFGAMES by playing their dual-stick shooter, and putting a good run in on their singleplayer high score in this also-glowy game.

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Android Rundown Live on Twitch: Watch Footage of TowerMadness 2, Deus Ex: The Fall, Delver, and More!

Android Rundown Live on Twitch: Watch Footage of TowerMadness 2, Deus Ex: The Fall, Delver, and More!

Jan 27, 2014

On Friday, we had our lengthiest Android Rundown Live stream yet on Twitch, playing 5 different Android games both new and of recent vintage. Missed the show? Click here to watch the whole thing live.

As well, here are the individual games played on the show:

TowerMadness 2: Limbic surprisingly unleashed a followup to their tower defense game, which saw release very recently on Android. I go through the early stages of the game, discussing how games with in-app currencies can be defined by how much the game is willing to give them out.

Watch the TowerMadness 2 Footage Here.

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Deus Ex: The Fall: After a failure to launch on Thursday’s stream (click here to watch Thursday’s stream), a switch from ART to Dalvik runtimes allowed the game to actually run. The setup to the story and how to play the game are shown and discussed. We’ll likely return to this one this week on the streams…

Watch the Deus Ex: The Fall Footage Here.

Bit Dungeon: This roguelike plays like a cross between The Legend of Zelda and The Binding of Isaac, but with touch controls. After a run on Thursday, Friday I take another go at it – and learn how the touch controls actually work.

Watch the Bit Dungeon Footage Here.

Delver: The roguelike fun continues with this first-person dungeon crawler, where I go from being a fumbling mess to a reasonably-competent crawler of dungeons…but a stunning twist may ruin the fun.

Watch the Delver Footage Here.

Super Crossfire HD: We close things out with a run through the extra-difficult Dark Mode in this side-swapping shoot ’em up.

Watch the Super Crossfire HD Footage Here.

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Android Rundown Live, Featuring Footage of Archangel, Hell the Dungeon Again, and More!

Android Rundown Live, Featuring Footage of Archangel, Hell the Dungeon Again, and More!

Jan 22, 2014

Android Rundown is now streaming footage of Android games on Twitch. Follow us on Twitch to be notified when we go live, follow us on Twitter for tweet announcements of our streams, or catch the recaps right here on the site.

Android Rundown Live, January 21st, 2014:

This episode was all about dungeon crawling, featuring roguelikes, hack ‘n slash games, and at least one game that was thematically appropriate if not gameplay appropriate. Watch the complete show below or catch highlights of the individual games.

Complete Show:

Archangel:

Hell, the Dungeon Again!:

Pixel Kingdom:

Quadropus Rampage:

Join us live soon!