Older consoles are a memorable part of a lot of childhoods and, in many cases, you can play the classics again on Android with these emulators!
ExaGear Strategies is working on a new emulator to bring classic PC strategy games to Android smartphones and tablets. Current games include Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Disciples 2, and Civilization 3.
Nintendo has made it clear that it has no intention of developing games for Android anytime soon, but is the company dismissing mobile gaming too soon?
It’s no secret that developers are trying to figure out how to make more money in the app market. As it turns out, Japan has got it figured out. Read on!
We’ve probably heard the “created for the people by the people” marketing gimmick used at least a few dozen times in the past years or so, but no one took that approach as literally as Razer. The small computer peripherals manufacturer unveiled the bold “Project Fiona” gaming tablet prototype back at CES 2012 and then left it all up to the public’s will.
International Snooker Pro is, as the name might suggest, a snooker simulation. The game, developed by Tick Tock Games, is a bigger, better version of International Snooker, promising to bring “all cue gaming” to new levels. International Snooker Pro includes a career mode which takes you through 15 tournaments in 14 locations, as well as enhanced visuals and audio.
With the OUYA set to bring Android to a game console in March 2013, Green Throttle Games is looking at things from a different perspective. Instead of a dedicated game machine, why not just use your existing device for gaming? Of course, their vision goes a little further than that.
While the release date for the Android version of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition is still listed as “TBA” on the game’s website, a tweet by the game’s Creative Director, Trent Oster, says the game will hopefully be coming to Android tablets on November 28.
The oddly-named Wikipad has had a promising start as it garnered wide support from gamers and the big boys in the industry. But the string of good news seems to be temporarily ending, as the release date of the 10-inch Android gaming tablet, which was supposed to hit GameStop outlets on October 31, has been pushed back by the maker.
With gaming being a major use for tablets, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing more tablets introduced that focus strictly on gaming, like Razer’s Project Fiona. This week, Razer filed documents with the FCC related to Project Fiona, but the handles shown off early on seemed to be curiously absent.