The adventure title sold 1.5 million units. More than a third on iOS.
Developer Capybara Games finally ported its adventure title to Android and is happy with the results.
The pay-what-you-want bundle is back with five games new to the Android platform.
The developers behind Theatrhythm, Sound Shapes, and more demystify what makes and inspires a music game.
Sound Shapes is not the best platformer you’ll ever play, but this Vita and PlayStation 3 game deserves your attention for its accessible level editor and playful visualizations of sound.
The Humble Indie Bundle, the pay-what-you-want indie-gamestravaganza, is back with its fifth offering, and this one includes its highest-profile titles to date.
Editor’s Pick We’ve looked long into the eyes of the Android, and we’ve come back with 10 must-have games, the best alternative app stores, and other tips for getting the most out of your mobile device.
Indie games are officially in style. Amidst all the bundles that have been offered for so very little money all year, it can sometimes be hard to take a step back and gather one’s thoughts about which of the indie games released in 2011 really stood out among the crowd. We have taken the time to rifle through dozens of these games to find the very best, and the following list, presented in no particular order of quality, are the ten we have chosen. Feel free to suggest your own favorites in the comments below, or yell at your monitor for any startling omissions from the list.
What makes a great mobile game? Eye popping visuals? Solid gameplay and controls? Ease of entry, pick up and play features? Are casual games the best suited for Apple’s disruptive gaming device? What about core gaming, is it yet possible on these magical devices? What about social games, shooters, platformers?