The Jolly Roger is waving over your ship, Captain! An adventure RPG that won the hearts of over 50.000 players is now on your mobile! Become a daring pirate, prowl the seas on a battleship armed to the teeth, trade, and assemble your crew from the best cutthroats, defeating other pirates and legendary monsters such as the Kraken, the Leviathan, and others still unknown to science in naval warfare! You will need a massive arsenal: cannons, mortars, flame throwers, and a lot of other various rigging. But you will only earn the most devastating sea artifacts for completing difficult and interesting multilevel quests.
May the enemy tremble at the very sight of your flag rising over the horizon, reckless Captain!
This one is a premium title: $7.99 buys you the whole game.
The walking dead have taken over the world. Mad scientists create horrible monsters in their secret labs. Marauders and ex-soldiers fight among the ruins of desolate cities. And the rest of humanity is simply struggling to survive.
Zombie Town Story is full of adventures in a world ravaged by the zombie apocalypse. Each of the game’s episodes tells its own story. The direction of the plot depends on the decisions you make along the way. Do you help the little girl and her kitten in trouble, or do you just walk past? What do you give the robber? Do you shoot a friend infected by the zombie virus or not?
What is Zombie Town Story? It’s hundreds of puzzle levels where you find food and supplies to help you survive. It’s dozens of weapon types, from chainsaws to sniper rifles, to use in your fight against the undead and mutants. And it’s long hours spent unraveling the dark secrets of the world of the walking dead.
– your decisions determine the direction of the plot;
– earn supplies and equipment in puzzle levels;
– choose your weapon to fight the undead;
– solve the mystery of the zombie virus.
The game is free with in-app purchases; check out the trailer below:
HeroCraft is eager to let know it has a new game in development called World of Dungeons.
World of Dungeons is a role-playing game that features turn-based squad battles in a dark, mature fantasy setting.
The core-gameplay includes three single-player modes. In the first mode, players will send their heroes into dungeons in search of treasure and adventure. In the second mode, they will fight fierce bosses and get rare weapons and artifacts for defeating the enemy. The third mode, the Arena, is the place to test heroes in battle against tough enemy teams.
World of Dungeons has various hero classes: along with the familiar Warrior and Paladin, players will encounter new ones, such as Colossus and Soldier. Hero class determines the stat allocation when the hero levels up. There are hundreds of class-specific items that comprise different heroes’ sets. Completing a set gives heroes a big advantage in battle. Besides, there are hundreds of non-set items and weapons that all heroes can use.
Heroes of all classes can learn any of the hundreds of skills. Players can master slayer skills when playing a mage, or create even more complex combinations. The difference between classes is that they start off in their own section of the global web of skills
The new game is due out in the Summer; we also have a a teaser trailer below:
HeroCraft’s King of Dragon Pass is now a part of Humble Bundle 10. This means that if one pays more than the average ($3.91 at the time of writing), one can get King of Dragon Pass and at least five more premium Android titles.
– One of the Top 100 best mobile games of all time (Metacritic);
– Epic saga of conflict, mythology and community;
– Immensely replayable;
– Hand-painted artwork;
– Interactive story with an ultimate level of complexity.
Humble Bundle remains a phenomenal value that allows users to pay what they want to get select apps. The current promotion runs from now through February 1st, 2015.
According to the press release, new features include:
1. We’ve added the Navy!
– New gameplay element: Addition of the naval branch of the armed forces has dramatically changed the nature of the conflict.
– More opportunities for defense, offensive action, and conquest.
– Take control of naval routes and landing operations.
– 4 types of ships:
++ Battleship â€“ a veritable behemoth that bombards the coastline to weaken the enemy’s defenses.
++ Cruiser â€“ a powerful multifunctional ship.
++ Submarine â€“ perfect for hunting down the enemy fleet.
++ Destroyer â€“ an affordable multi-purpose ship.
2. We’ve changed the Air Force balance, making air raids even more devastating!
3. By popular demand, we’ve removed the limit on new games and restarts. Play your favorite strategy without limits! Those of you who had unlocked unlimited new games will get 1000 bonus resources in this update (for Android version).
WW2: Sandbox. Strategy&Tactics remains free (with in-app purchases) on the Play Store.
Sandbox is the unlimited sequel to our Strategy & Tactics: World War II. We’ve abandoned the restrictions of history and turn limits making your task deceptively simple – take command of any European army and lead it to victory in World War 2.
You can recreate the actual politics of the era – or not. For instance, as Great Britain you could side with the USSR to crush Germany – or you could disable the historical alliances and lead America to conquer Europe…
Random events like guerrilla movements, landing operations, and voluntary recalls will ensure endless replayability and the uniqueness of each game session. Youâ€™ll be making your own history! Strategy & Tactics: WW2 Sandbox â€“ war is coming!
– 16 playable countries with another twenty to come
– An accurate map of Europe with over 500 regions
– Will you use infantry, aircraft, artillery, and armored vehicles? You choose how to bring the enemy to their knees!
– You decide how to spend the resources from the conquered territories: will you grow your army or boost R&D?
The game is available for free (with in-app purchases) on the Play Store.
Android users are always grateful anytime they can get a stellar game on the cheap, and HeroCraft is happy to oblige; slashing the price on its hit tablet game, Majesty: Northern Expansion to a low $.99 cents in celebration of Thanksgiving (USA).
So while your weird uncle rambles on about the political climate of the country, you can get your hands on this “Fantasy Kingdom Sim” for a price that’s less than a can of overly processed Cranberry “Sauce”.
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!
HeroCraft has released an update for their World War II turn-based strategy game Strategy & Tactics: World War II. There are two new scenarios: one has players trying to lead Allied troops to overtake the capital of the Third Reich. Another has players controlling the Soviets and taking part in the Manchukuo and southern Sakhalin operations against the Japanese army. The free update is available now on Google Play.
It seems quite counter-intuitive that mobile puzzle games are as popular as they are. Puzzle games require three things: calm, stable environment, lots of free time on one’s hands, and a big screen to see every pixel. None of these are available to most of the mobile gamers, and yet, high-quality pixel-hunting puzzles and adventures are released every week, and it’s always a pleasure to pick a new one up. Tiny Bang Story is one of the puzzle games, available on the mobiles, and it also features a great gameplay quality, along with beautiful music and backgrounds.
Story in Tiny Bang Story is mostly visual, and is secondary to the gameplay. It’s still a bit blurry for me to describe, but the game takes place on a strange, steampunky land that was shattered by an asteroid impact, and now needs to be rebuilt by completing various puzzles and finding specific objects. Tiny Bang Story is a mix between a puzzle and a hidden objects game. Although the core gameplay consists of finding various objects that are required to advance into the world, and into the story, there are also plenty of puzzles and challenges that need to be completed. Since the game has virtually no written explanations or directions, which is itself an interesting feature, finding what to do next is quite a puzzle, as well. Tiny Bang Story is controlled by the usual clicking on everything suspicious, until the way forward is found. To draw some comparisons, I found this game to be quite similar to Machinarium, and the other Flash adventures.
Although pixel-hunting is made easy even on the smaller screens, by letting the player zoom in on the level, the controls aren’t perfect. The main problem is that there’s no clear way of saying, when the transition between different screens happens, so sometimes it’s a challenge to go where is needed, and sometimes â€“ it’s a challenge to stay. I think that simply marking exits with arrows could have eliminated this problem. In any case, besides the slightly uncomfortable controls, the rest of Tiny Bang Story is almost perfect. Puzzles are challenging, but not particularly frustrating, the environments are rich in details and drawn quite marvelously, and the soundtrack is a beautiful instrumental arrangement. It’s everything one could expect from a portable puzzle game. Although the price tag can scare some people off, and it’s somewhat short â€“ it can be finished in about a couple of hours â€“ great quality makes it quite a worthwhile experience.
Might as well admit it. I’m a sucker for when it comes to match-three arcades and the like. They are almost always complete rip-offs of each other, simpler than angering a wasp in rehab, and innovations in this genre happen about as often as South African penguin stampedes. But I can’t help myself: although I like complex, original games as much as the next critic, I can sit hours in front of Bejeweled, erasing more bricks in one sitting, than were stolen during the construction of the Great Wall. I’ve completed Tetris (this might have happened in a dream). Also, I don’t like this next critic. Basically, I’m a hardcore casual player. So, I hope my excitement about Treasures Of The Deep is well understood. I like this game, but it’s definitely not for its innovative gameplay, or amazing story.
Treasures Of The Deep is a match-three arcade game, which really means it’s Bejeweled with a texture swap. It does have a couple of new gimmicks, and actually has an illustrated story, which is rare for a mobile arcade game, but the gameplay is the same classic experience. There’s a tiled field that contains differently-colored gems. These gems get destroyed whenever there are three or more of them in a line. The player can switch any two neighboring gems. The goal of the game is to collect a set number of shining gems, which get spawned randomly. If it is completed in a set time limit, a golden or silver star is earned, although it’s not a necessary requirement.
An interesting mechanic allows upgrading power-ups that destroy several tiles in a row, or several tiles of same color, etc., spending the gold, acquired during the game. The story is the usual deal about a girl, who embarks on a journey, following a set of clues, given to her by her missing father. Although it’s nothing really interesting, it’s a nice touch that adds to the general richness of the game â€“ and it does look rich. It has great soundtrack, incredible graphics, and smooth controls, all of which definitely place it among the best casual games. I was pleasantly surprised with Treasures Of The Deep, despite the fact that this developer often releases games of great quality.
It’s very safe, and not remotely original, but it’s a very well executed not remotely original, and it definitely plays great. Oh, and it’s not exactly â€œfreeâ€ – it requires a dollar-worth activation upon reaching an 8th level or so, also removing any ads. Which is a great deal, I think, because Treasures Of The Deep is really good.
HeroCraft Mobile has announced a free version of the real-time strategy game, Ant Raid, which provides two episodes of ants and monsters for players to enjoy. Ant Raid is a funny story about a colony of ants who are trying to survive against mindless monsters. Now go help them survive in the first two episodes!