Well, so much for 2012. Did you join the gym like you promised yourself you'd do? Finish that novel you were working on? Paint the house? Be nicer to strangers? Stop watching Jersey Shore reruns? If so, you're going to have to get creative for your new-new year's resolutions. Modest suggestion: play more good games?
Team Meat has a game about cats - Mew-Genics is an upcoming Android/iOS game from Super Meat Boy developer Team Meat that features over 12,207,031,250,000,000,000,000 cats. Instabuy, right? Yup. Also worth noting: co-creator Edmund McMillen says it's the strangest project he's ever worked on, and if you look at his development history, you'll realize that's a tall order to fill. Little is known about the release at the moment, but the team releases weekly teasers on the Super Meat Boy blog, so you should probably hang around there like some sort of creepy person in a trenchcoat at the park.
Touch Detective inspects Android - While Touch Detective may not have the largest fanbase of any detective game, it still manages to find a following across a number of devices. Originally released for Nintendo DS and eventually getting an iOS port, the cartoonish, gothic art style of this puzzle adventure game is finally available on Android devices! Control detective Mackenzie as she solves mysteries in her small (but strange) home town. Includes new content as well as chapters unlockable via in-app purchases.
Sprinkle 2 currently in development - Firefighters won't admit it, but extinguishing blazes is the most entertaining thing a human being can do. Mediocre Games (whose releases are anything but), creator of Sprinkle along with the equally spectacular Granny Smith, hinted that a sequel for the former is currently in the works. Here's what we know about the game so far: nothing. Sounds great, right? Yeah, we're excited too. But seriously, even if Sprinkle 2 was Sprinkle 1 with some new levels, we'd be all over it. Looking forward to more cute firefighting puzzles!