To say Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is a popular game would be a bit of an understatement. Tinyco’s game has racked up well over 10,000,000 downloads on Android alone, and we’ve seen several themed updates and events since its inception. The latest one, may just turn out to be the greatest one as a massive Star Trek event has arrived.
It seems like only yesterday that we only had one App store to peruse for Android devices. Over the years, several new ones have sprang up, but the Amazon Appstore has easily taken second place to Google Play. In fact, they are celebrating their fourth birthday today and they’re giving away over $100 in free Android games and apps to mark the celebration.
There are countless emulators out there that let you game out with classic console titles from Sega and Nintendo. That said, Nintendo has made it known they have no intention of porting any of their popular titles to mobile devices. Well, it seems they’ve given in a little bit as DeNA has announced a new partnership with the company that will bring Nintendo mobile games to devices this fall.
Rovio has been in the news quite a bit lately with the recently release of Jolly Jam and the soft-launch of a brand new Angry Birds game. Well, they just unleashed another mobile game that we didn’t see coming, and it’s probably not what you’re going to expect. Angry Birds Stella POP! has landed, and it’s here to eat up all your free time.
Rovio has put out a slew of games since the original Angry Birds first graced our mobiles. Those birds have come a long way in a short time, but it’s been a while since we had a “true” Angry Birds game. That’s going to change in the very near future as Rovio has just unleashed Angry Birds Under Pigstruction in soft launch mode for folks on iOS.
If you’ve picked up a mobile device over the past couple of years, you have probably played a ZeptoLab game. You may not know the name at first, but their main mascot, Om Nom is very recognizable thanks to Cut the Rope. The company has a new game out called King of Thieves, and after a small layover on Amazon, it is finally available on Google Play.
The App Store and Google Play are vast collections full of more games than you could ever hope to play, and we’re just talking about the English stores. What’s popular in one region may never arrive in another local, but one of Japan’s most popular mobile titles has just arrived in the US. It’s called the One Piece Treasure Cruise game, and you can thank Namco Bandai for killing your free time.
The Transformers were insanely popular in the 80s, and whether you like it or not, they received a resurgence thanks to Michael Bay. There are dozens of Transformers games out there these days, and mobile gamers have a new one to play with as DeNA has just dropped Transformers: Battle Tactics for iOS and Android.