Dungeon Defenders Creators Introduce Monster Madness Online

Dungeon Defenders Creators Introduce Monster Madness Online

Dec 16, 2013

Monster Madness Online 3

Monster Madness Online is an upcoming game from the creator of Dungeon Defenders. The new project is just as unusual, and just as multi-platform. It’s a free-to-play shooter with RPG elements, where the players will have to defeat an alien/monster invasion of their hometown. The game will be released in May 2014. The pre-alpha will already be available on the 19th of December, which is just a week from now. So, if you’re interested, you will be able to download the early version for Android here: Monster Madness Website.

Humble Bundle With Android 5 Offers Six Android Games to Support Charity and Developers

Humble Bundle With Android 5 Offers Six Android Games to Support Charity and Developers

Mar 5, 2013

The Humble Bundle is back for another round on Android. Changing prepositions from “Humble Bundle for Android” to “Humble Bundle with Android”, this bundle includes 6 games that are available on Android (some of which are available for the first time on the platform), that also come with DRM-free PC/Mac/Linux versions, Steam keys, and even their soundtracks. And of course, the bundle is pay-what-you-want, though there are benefits for paying more. Here’s the lineup this time around:

Beat Hazard Ultra: Like shoot ’em ups? Like your own music? Want to play a shoot ’em up set to your own music? Then Beat Hazard Ultra is the game for you. For more on this game, check out our recent review.

NightSky: This former IGF finalist game combines action gameplay with puzzle platforming in a dark, atmospheric universe. Published by Nicalis, this is the game’s Android debut.

Solar 2: “If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the universe.” – Carl Sagan – this quote opens up the game and then sets you on that path, starting as a small asteroid that starts to become a giant planet. Good luck!

Dynamite Jack: Galcon creator Phil Hassey’s stealth-action game (with bombs!) makes its Android debut. Try to escape the mines which imprison you by using plenty of explosive firepower. Just don’t get caught. The game includes support for building your own maps and playing community maps as well.

Super Hexagon: Terry Cavanagh’s intense and extremely difficult survival game where the goal is to rotate around a hexagon, avoiding incoming hazards that come in at quick paces in 6 difficulties, all labeled as some variation of “hard” is included in this bundle for those who purchase above the average. The soundtrack is included as well, which is a welcome addition for those who enjoy Chipzel’s music but want to hear more of it than short snippets.\

Dungeon Defenders + All DLC: This one’s a relative oldie but a goodie: the tower defense and hack ’n slash hybrid that runs on Unreal includes all the DLC that’s been released for the Android version of the game, giving those who shell out above the average for the bundle the ability to enjoy the complete experience.

This bundle is available until Tuesday, March 19th at 1pm EDT. As always, the bundle can be split to support the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play, support the indie devs, and as a tip to Humble.

[Updated] Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, Fruit Ninja and more…

[Updated] Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, Fruit Ninja and more…

Jan 21, 2011

We all love a good update and while most of the time we get much needed improvements and added content, there are also those rare times when updates bring us crashes and headaches. Hopefully you will experience the former when checking out some of the recent updates released for a few of Android’s popular games.

Fruit Ninja by HalfBrick

Fruit Ninja was just recently updated to bring us that long awaited “Arcade Mode” we told you about back in November plus some other features. Arcade Mode should now take the place of that mysterious “Coming Soon” black banana you’ve come to ignore. To read all about Arcade Mode for Fruit Ninja just hop on over to our November post [HERE].

Dungeon Defenders: First Wave Now Available For Android

Dungeon Defenders: First Wave Now Available For Android

Dec 24, 2010

MORE GAMES! Trendy Entertainment has just released its much anticipated game “Dungeon Defenders: First Wave.” Android gamers have been waiting for this particular game because it is the first game for Android to be developed using the Unreal Engine. The Unreal Engine has been responsible for some of the most visually intensive and exciting computer and video games on the market and now it has made its way to Android. Dungeon Defenders: First Wave is a Tower Defense Action RPG with an on and off-line campaign, challenge missions, leaderboards, and robust 4 player co-op play via GameSpy. Trendy Entertainment also announced PvP coming soon in the form of Dungeon Defenders: Arena.

In Dungeon Defenders there are four characters to choose from: Apprentice, Monk, Huntress, and Squire (Jester and Summoner Coming Soon). You will find yourself fighting off hordes of beasts by direct combat or strategically summon a variety of Defenses & Traps to keep them at bay. Develop your characters and their unique class abilities by upgrading their statistics, gathering loot and inventory items and upgrading equipment. Since this is a co-op, players work together and compete through the story campaign and challenge missions in an attempt to build the strongest heroes and achieve the highest scores in the kingdom.