Brick Rage Releases Worldwide

Brick Rage Releases Worldwide

Mar 2, 2016

Brick Rage is now available for folks to download on Google Play everywhere.

Harness your rage and your focus to defeat this non-stop, addictive and challenge game.
Swipe to direct the missing bricks into place,column by column, demolishing rows before the wall crashes down on you.

Make the wrong decision and the wall will crush you.Go too slow and the wall will crush you. Lose your focus – and Brick Rage will… that’s right, CRUSH you!

Features

• Easy swipe action, addictive to play yet hard to master
• Numbers of special Brick skins to choose from
• 3D Touch support
• In-game recording support to show off your skills.

The game is free (with in-app purchases) on Google Play.

Havok Releases Project Anarchy, A Free Mobile Game Engine

Havok Releases Project Anarchy, A Free Mobile Game Engine

Nov 14, 2013

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Havok, more commonly known as “that physics engine that makes bodies and boxes fall in shooters”, has released a very peculiar piece of software, namely – a free game engine, named “Project Anarchy.” A free engine in a market like this could mean we’ll get lots of high-quality games with plenty of physics effects hitting the market soon. Find more information and download the engine from here: Project Anarchy Official Website.

Fallen World Is Now Available For OUYA

Fallen World Is Now Available For OUYA

Sep 20, 2013

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Fallen World is a post-apocalyptic fuse between a hack-n-slash action gameplay and buy-n-upgrade tower defense gameplay. It’s available for $3.99 on OUYA store, and can also be purchased for Desura, iOS, from here: Fallen World Official Web-Site.

BADLAND Coming To an Android and Blackberry Device Near You!

BADLAND Coming To an Android and Blackberry Device Near You!

Aug 29, 2013

BADLAND, a flying adventure puzzle game, with gorgeous landscapes and strange creatures, awarded with about 10% of all awards in the universe, is scheduled for release on Android and Blackberry platforms in the nearest future. Meanwhile, here’s a trailer and several screenshots of the upcoming goodness:

Real Racing 3 is Imminent! Here’s What You Need to Know.

Real Racing 3 is Imminent! Here’s What You Need to Know.

Feb 27, 2013

Android gamers, get ready. EA and Firemint’s hotly-anticipated new racing game Real Racing 3 is finally making its debut.

The game has been out for a couple weeks on iOS in Australia and New Zealand, which has allowed for testing and tweaking of the game’s mechanics, not to mention that it allows the Time Shifted Multiplayer feature to be populated with actual racers. This means that players should have a well-balanced field of real opponents’ performances to take on once they get the game. The iOS version is rolling out worldwide, and international Android users can already download the game from this link. North American users will need to wait for EA to publish the game, as they have a second developer listing that sells games for North America. The game appears to require a large post-installation download of 1.7 GB (on par with the iOS version), so make sure there’s plenty of free space on that device!

We’ll have a full in-depth review of the game tomorrow on the site. Until then, our sister site 148Apps has coverage of the hot content of Real Racing 3:

The Five Hottest Tracks of Real Racing 3
The Five Hottest Rides in Real Racing 3
The $503 Racing Game: The Expensive Reality of the IAP Economics in Real Racing 3
Real Racing 3 First Hands On Video – 4:26 of Mobile Racing Bliss
More Hands-On Video of Real Racing 3, Cars, Tracks, and More
Real Racing 3 – Time Shifted Multiplayer
Real Racing 3 – Design Breakthroughs and Challenges
Real Racing 3 – The History of an App Store Icon