EA has published it's latest Football game for soccer's fans, the company has just published the Android version of "FIFA 15 Ultimate Team". This full 3D game has superior graphics and is packed with tons of real football leagues, teams, and players. So make sure you have at least 1.35GB of free space on your device.
The latest version of the evergreen football franchise has the usual improved graphics and updated rosters, and the Quick Simulation mode lets you drop into any match-up without dedicating yourself to a full season (the titular "Ultimate Team" mode), but it still relies on strategic substitutions when your under-powered players are lacking in a little IAP stamina.
FIFA 15 features "classic" controls with a new through pass maneuver or more casual controls that might make for a less cluttered touchscreen. This is also the first Android release to support hardware controls SHIELD or SHIELD Tablet owners, it might be worth a try just for that. The game also has weekly match-ups that correspond to any real FIFA games that are occurring.
The Game is available for Canada users only for now, and it will be Available worldwide very soon. The Game is FREE and you can download if from the Play Store link below.
The highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto V will finally be out on November,18th. There's a big caveat, though: this release date only applies for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. The PC will be relesed on January 27, 2015.
That represents quite the delay, as previously Rockstar said all three versions would be out this fall. Alas, that won't be the case.
To celebrate the announcement of the official release dates, the company has published a new trailer for the game, which you can see below. It's also released a bunch of new screenshots, one of which is pictured above.
Rovio released it's latest Angry Birds series game, it's called "Angry Birds Stella". Angry Birds Stella features brand new characters and story and new gameplay tricks. At it's core, Angry Birds Stella is still essentially the physics based bird flinging game. The difference here is the presence of brand new characters, each of which have unique abilities.
There are five birds in total: Stella, Poppy, Luca, Willow, and Dahlia. After you fling each of these birds, you have to press and hold on the screen to unleash their special abilities. Time slows down temporarily when you press and hold, allowing you to aim your special attack, before speeding up again. The Game is Available on the Play Store for FREE.
The ultra-popular time-wasting phenomenon Flappy Bird will soon have a successor. The upcoming title by the same game developer will be named "Swing Copters".
Swing Copters will feature similar gameplay as Flappy Bird, except it will reportedly be even more difficult. The key difference between the newcomer and its predecessor will be the direction of the action.
The propeller-headed main character of Swing Copter will be moving upwards and will try to avoid the obstacles with swinging motions. The little fella in Flappy Bird on the other hand, moves horizontally and tries to avoid obstacles by flying up and down. Check the Game Demo Video Below.
As promised by its developer Dong Nguyen, Flappy Bird is back. For those who somehow missed out on the story, Nguyen came up with a simple, but highly addictive game, where you control Flappy Bird and try to maneuver the foul fowl through a series of pipes borrowed from Mario Brothers. The game became so popular, that it was soon generating $50,000 a day in ad revenue.
Surprisingly, at the peak of its popularity, Nguyen pulled the game from all of the app stores it was in, claiming that the game was getting too addictive. In addition, the developer was not ready for the amazing success of the game. He did promise that it would return, with a message to users warning them that the game could be addictive.
After months of game players going through Flappy Bird withdrawal, we are happy to report that the game is back, albeit with a few changes. Now titled 'Flappy Birds Family' the game offers a two-player mode. New obstacles, like ghosts, stand in the way of Flappy Bird's successful journey.
For now at least, Flappy Birds 'Family' can be found only in the Amazon Appstore, and can only be used for the Amazon Fire TV set-top box. The game now supports supports Amazon's Fire TV remote, and its dedicated video game controller. Players will push a button instead of tapping on a touchscreen in order to control Flappy Bird.