Mobile Monday №202
Quick! Think of your favorite mobile game! Now think about it ported to another system! Now pretend the impossible happened and something like Portal was ported to a graphing calculator. How funny would that— oh it totally happened, didn't it? Good for you, science!
Dungelot in Dunge-more places! - If you still haven't managed to pull your head out of the captivating roguelike-esque game Dungelot, we've got bad news. The game is now available for both Android and iOS devices (and PC/Mac, if that's your thing). Yeah. Even when you're not in front of a browser window you can sit there tapping those squares, defeating enemies, and trying to earn coins so you can level up your characters and dive even deeper into the dungeon. So, sorry if you wanted free time or something. Whatever.
Dragon Flight flaps to Android - Dragon Flight is a quick pick up and play shooter that employs the now-popular quest and upgrades bases system found on so many mobile game. Shoot some enemies, gain some coins, upgrade your weapons, do it all over again. Only this time, you'll make it even further! AND... you do all of this on the back of a dragon! "Boss" is what we say, and now the game is available for Android devices as well as iOS. Bosser!
Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden goes mobile - When good games go mobile, good things happen. Artifex Mundi's Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden is one such game, and it's made the transition from downloadable hidden object adventure to mobile hidden object adventure with everything intact. Explorer Robert Marceau went missing while on a dive, but his bride-to-be isn't giving up on him. She heads to the site to find him but stumbles across a ruined city instead. Didn't see that one coming, did you? It's a lengthy and adventure-heavy game, one that works quite well on portable touch screen devices!