Posted in Android,Casual,iOSJanuary 23, 2013
This month, Imangi Studios brings its sequel to the crowd favorite Temple Run. While this new game still does not feature a central story beyond petty thievery from a temple of demented monkeys (replaced now with one, behemoth-sized primate) it maintains its original fast-paced game play and improves on a number of its key components to the enjoyment for new players and veteran marathoners.
Posted in Android,Casual,Pros/ConsJanuary 18, 2013
Just two years ago, browsing the Android market for games often meant either finding a slew of Angry Birds titles or its clones, while friends and family on iOS devices had access to titles like Jetpack Joyride first and more hardcore titles from a vast range of established gaming companies like Square-Enix. However, a quick glance today reveals titles like NBA Jam and Final Fantasy III, legitimizing Android devices for gamers as much as any iOS device. With the incoming release of the Ouya and announcements for nVidia’s Project Shield and Game Stick, there seems to be an impending explosion of Android gaming awaiting us in 2013 and on. However, this comes with it a series of pros and cons that gamers must analyze before either getting onboard with or shrugging off Android gaming.