We have been keeping an eye on Voyageur — it sounds just like the type of game we love here at Android Rundown. The game launched as scheduled on Google Play, and so we all can partake of its goodness:
The Descent Device: faster-than-light travel at speeds no human should go; an alien mystery. But it only goes one way, falling from star to star towards the centre of the galaxy. Voyageur is a literary RPG where you take the helm of a trader-vagabond vessel, looking for adventure, wealth, and answers in an infinite galaxy full of procedural cultures and civilizations.
Here’s a fun one for Trekkies (and specifically Star Trek Timelines feens): a new video from developer Disruptor Beam.
With the 50th Anniversary of the Star Trek franchise only a month away, the mobile game company Disruptor Beam today released a new video explaining the enhancements, changes and upcoming plans for Star Trek Timelines, the mobile game that lets players assemble a crew of their favorite popular characters from the series, including James T. Kirk, Jean-Luc Picard, Data, Worf and boldly explore the deep reaches of the galaxy.
Released at Star Trek Las Vegas this past weekend, the video discusses how Star Trek Timelines was originally envisioned as a Star Trek fan’s dream of uniting their favorite franchise characters to experience all that Star Trek had to offer, along with how the game has evolved since its launch in January.
Warner Bros’ DC Superhero-laden Injustice: Gods Among Us is adding in some new content — notably, Suicide Squad peeps — just in time for the major motion picture based on the antihero group.
The new goodies (including characters, in-game events, etc.) are coming to the game via an update which is rolling out currently.
The latest update is the largest to hit the game in over a year, bringing fresh content for both new and returning players. A variety of Suicide Squad-themed playable content are featured in the new update including a new character and skins, special in-game events, rewards and more.
Players can now assemble an all-star team of Super-Villains with the first playable debut of the assassin Deadshot and Suicide Squad skins of fan-favorites The Joker and Harley Quinn. Challenge, Multiplayer and Survivor mode have also been updated with exclusive Suicide Squad rewards including new companion cards.
The game remains free (with in-app purchasing opportunities) on Google Play.
Per an announcement from D-Link today, its Wi-Fi Smart Plug are now integrated with Amazon Echo via the companion mydlink app. This means folks can use Amazon Echo to control their wi-fi plugs using the key phrase “Alexa, ask mydlink to turn on the…”
The wi-fi plugs also get IFTTT compatibility.
This definitely adds a whole new layer of usability to both components of one’s connected home.
More About D-Link’s Connected Home Interactions
mydlink Home users can now create custom actions through the mydlink Home app, IFTTT and Amazon Echo for a personalized smart home experience:
Â· mydlink Home: In addition to transforming a tablet or smartphone into a remote control for D-Link smart products, the free app can pair D-Link Connected Home devices for a truly automated home. Possibilities include connecting a Wi-Fi Smart Plug and Motion Sensor, so a light turns on if motion is detected. For added value, D-Link’s solutions are Wi-Fi based and free of monthly subscription fees and no need to worry about a smart home hub.
Â· Amazon Echo: Experience the hands-free control and convenience of Alexa, who can easily turn on a light with the Wi-Fi Smart Plug when your hands are full. During the holidays, tell Alexa to turn off a Smart Plug connected to festive lights. Headed to work? Users can say, â€œAlexa, ask mydlink to turn off the coffee machine.
Â· IFTTT: mydlink Home users can add or create If This Then That recipes for a range of tasks to simplify and enhance life. For example, D-Link’s Wi-Fi Water Sensor alerts users when water is detected with a push alert and alarm. Add an IFTTT recipe to make the lights flicker to get your attention before a leak becomes a disaster. IFTTT recipes can also schedule a Wi-Fi Smart Plug to turn on a lamp when the sun rises, turn a fan off whenever you leave the house, or even sound a Wi-Fi Siren when a favorite team wins the game. Users can create and share personalized recipes for a chance to win a range of D-Link Connected Home devices at us.dlink.com/giveaway.
Disney Magic Kingdoms allows players to enter the timeless world of Disney and relive magical moments from the Parks by building fun attractions like Mickeyâ€™s Fun Wheel, Astro Orbiters, and Monsterâ€™s Inc. Laugh Floor, and sharing spectacular moments with beloved Disney characters from Disneyâ€¢Pixarâ€™s Wall-E and Toy Story, Disneyâ€™s Tangled and more.
We’ll be waiting.
In the mean time, we have the official teaser trailer below:
As we wait on upcoming game Heroes of Skyrealm, we are happy to say we have a new trailer.
About the game:
Heroes of Skyrealm is a 3D, character-focused mobile action RPG. As the leader of a rebellious band of heroes, players take command of a city in the sky, a vast and upgradeable airship that also serves as the main interface between battles.
But the real key to Heroes of Skyrealm is combat â€“ and with responsive controls and smart companion AI, leading a 3-hero team into battle is easy and compelling. A meaty single-player campaign leads into massive, real-time 3-player co-op challenges and a wide range of PvP modes â€“ including several that put user-generated content front and center.
With a strong cast of over 30 playable characters drawn from ten distinct nations, every hero illuminates a different corner of Skyrealm. While combat and idle animations illuminate their personalities, unlockable comic vignettes delve deeper into this bright and vibrant world. Though gameplay is the core of Heroes of Skyrealm, characters are at its heart.
For players that like to tinker with builds and tactics, taking new heroes into battle and discovering new synergies is half the fun. But even if players focus on their favorite trio, characters can be garrisoned in airship structures to grant bonuses, making roster expansion critical for every playstyle./
Joycity’s Game of Dice is getting a pretty major update that is rolling out now.
Dubbed the “Pirate Attack” update, the refresh brings new content to the mobile board game.
New Update, Pirate’s Attack!
1. Meet new character Anthony
2. Takeover treasure islands at new event map
“Pirate Map” to trigger special skills
3. New skill cards for a new strategy
4. You can now rate skill cards
5. Team & Guild Chatting now available
Check out a whole new Game of Dice NOW!
Game of Dice is free (with in-app purchase) on Google Play; a trailer featuring the update is below:
We’ve been a bit eager with regards to Rocky universe-inspired Real Boxing 2 CREED, which is the official game of upcoming major motion picture CREED; I mean, when it comes to movie tie-ins, the idea of Rocky training the son of Apollo Creed sounds interesting enough, no?
A mobile game based on that premise should be equally compelling.
In any case, we have a firm release date for the mobile game: November 19th on Google Play, to be exact. According to the most recent press release, future updates will give players an opportunity to traverse past iconic matches from the Rocky franchise.
While we impatiently wait for November 19th to roll around, we have the official trailer below for public consumption.
Mobile gamers wanting high-flying action adventures can look forward to Oinky Boinky, a ball-and-paddle game inspired by and improving upon the endless runner genre, from Rekkener. iOS device and Apple TV owners can jump for joy later this month, while Android gamers can join the fun late November.
Oinky Boinky will test players’ reactions as they help the colorful characters reach for the stars. Boinky the hedgehog wants to soar through the skies above beautiful locations around the world like Hamsterdam and The Pig Apple. It is up to the player who controls Oinky, a pig who’s ready to leave the farm, to lend his bouncy friend a hoof.
Gameplay begins with Boinky jumping into the air. Players need to position Oinky underneath his pal and then tap at the perfect moment to inflate the pig so he can bounce the Boinky to new heights. Tap too early and Boinky won’t get a full boost, losing momentum and altitude as a result. Tap too late and Boinky will hit the ground, and it’s time to give it another go.
Instead of restarting like most endless runners, play resumes from the most recently completed land. Players will enjoy honing their skill. With each level completed, they’ll be reaching heights they once thought impossible as the challenge keeps rising.
Part of the fun is exploring the themed lands and seeing campy new characters, whose costumes, names and personalities are often puns or plays on famous figures. As players progress, they unlock more bouncers like Bearlock Holmes and jumpers like Harvey Koalatel.
The game will be free (with optional in-app purchases) on Google Play. The trailer is below:
The game uses augmented reality elements to incorporate one’s environment into gameplay, creating environments unique and immersive. Toss in aliens and tower defense, and one gets a compelling experience indeed.
You receive a mayday hail from an alien vessel thatâ€™s on a collision course with your real-world neighborhood. Installing advanced software onto your mobile device, the alien message is as clear as it is terrifying: if you donâ€™t act, the situation will become catastrophic. Not just for them, but for you and your entire neighborhood.
In Clandestine: Anomaly your mobile device becomes super-charged with alien software, allowing you to see a hidden conflict all around you, and quickly build and deploy colossal structures to launch attacks and defend your neighborhood. With the help of a covert organization charged with defending Earth, youâ€™ll become Earthâ€™s first and last line of defense against a planet-wide infection.
Stage battles remotely from the comfort of home, or take the fight to the frontline by moving to real-world GPS positions, and unleash powerful airstrikes in state-of-the-art, award-winning augmented reality combat.
The game is free with in-app purchases.
Below, we have the official Android launch trailer: