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Rogue: Beyond The Shadows

Rogue: Beyond The Shadows a new action RPG made by Codestalkers, developers of Everland: Unleash The Magic, has just come out of beta testing and been released exclusively on Android. The game is a single-player open world action RPG that features some impressive 3D rendered graphics to compliment the gameplay.

Rogue: Beyond The Shadows follows the story of your character who has lived his life in the same town all of his life. Then one day he wakes up in the middle of the forest alone, lost and confused with no clue as to how he got there. When you return to your hometown home no one seems remembers who you are either. Something is amiss and thus begins your journey to find out what happened and set things straight.

Rogue: Beyond The Shadows is set in a fantasy world filled with all types of mystical creatures. There are goblins, golems, and gnolls that you will have to defeat just to name a few. Your character’s is skill set is made up of stealthy techniques and mystic power, which makes him invisible to enemies. You must make use of these inherent skills to defeat your enemies and take on quests quests as you seek answers to what happened to you.

Content wise, the game is loaded. There are dungeons to explore, different kinds of monsters to battle and a vast array of weapons and magic to use. It doesn’t stop there though. Players can get involved in the game by pitching their own quests on the game forum. If and once the quests are approved they will be included in a future game updates.

Rogue: Beyond the Shadows is free to play but is supported by in game ads. You can remove the ads via an in-app purchase. This also will allow you to remove items from your inventory and save the game without exiting. You will need a device running Android 4.0 and up, a 1.2 GHZ dual core processor, 1GB of RAM and at least 700 MB storage to play the game. If your device meets these requirements, be sure to check out this beautifully rendered 3D RPG adventure.

Rogue: Beyond The Shadows
Rogue: Beyond The Shadows
Developer: codestalkers
Price: Free*

Eternity Warriors 3

Eternity Warriors 3, a free-to-play action RPG by mobile gaming company Glu Mobile, is something like a huge mass of carnage that provides entertainment and tempts you to keep coming back for more. From the start of the game you get to choose between the big hunky Warrior or the Monk (the Elven female Mage was not selectable at the time of writing this article), you’re immediately thrown into hacking and slashing your way through dungeons.

The controls are simple enough, and the virtual thumbsticks in this game are responsive enough to deal with the fast-paced style of combat. A large button handles basic attacks with smaller ones for skills, which draw down your mana (or MP) and also have cooldown timers (an amount of time that must pass before you can use the skill again).

Your goal for each level is pretty straight forward, which is to eliminate undead, demons, wolves, and other monsters in the shortest amount of time possible. You will be graded on how fast you can clear them all out. Mini-bosses in the final zone of most levels are a little tougher, and the actual bosses of the three kingdoms provide nice challenges. Mostly though, it’s quantity over quality, putting your reflexes to the test against waves and waves of enemies.

After exiting a stage, you’ll find yourself in a town where you can equip different items before you continue with your adventure. There’s a social element in these towns too, but I didn’t experiment with that feature much. Overall, I’m enjoying Eternity Warriors 3 so far. If you’re into button smashing and monster killing with some RPG elements to boot then give this game shot.

Tips, Guides & Tricks:
This is a link to the Eternity Warriors 3 Primer Over at the official Eternity Warriors 3 forums on Glu’s website. It has Tips for Legendary Mode, Fusion Upgrades, info on Rarities and Reagents, Armor, and is updated regularly. It should definitely get you started on the right path to conquering this game.

Super Duck

A new Mario-style platform game For Android Titled Super Duck has landed onto Google Play from Mutant Bear Games. You play as the main character Super Duck, a mutant superhero, who travels through time and space to save all the ducks that have been kidnapped by an evil doctor which pretends to take over the world with his duck-mination machine. Your job is to save all the little ducks that are being kidnapped from different locations and period in time.

This is a pretty average and normal platformer in terms of gameplay so if you’ve played other titles such as Super Mario Bros, Lemmings, or Donkey Kong country, then you should feel right at home in Super Duck. There are puzzles you’ll need to solve in each level and if you get stuck on any particular level, you will be able to access the solution from within the game.

Super Duck Features:
* 56 unique levels in space, Egypt and North Pole
* Super Mario Bros style platformer meets the puzzle genre
* Inspired from the classic game Krusty Super Fun House!
* Ducks, ducks and more ducks :)
* Bombs and explosions
* Includes solution for levels if you’re stuck.

Galactic Phantasy Prelude, a new open world space RPG has arrived onto Android. Developed by Moonfish Software, this is a pretty big 3D Action-RPG that has lots of options where you can either follow the quests and storyline of the game or venture off on your own.

In terms of content, Galactic Phantasy Prelude has a lot of it packed into a download of about 300mb. You have the ability to build up your fleet with roughly around 46 different types of ships that are available across a variety of different classes from a Frigate up to a massive Battlecruiser and everything in between. Combat is much like a third-person arcade game, so you’ll actually need some skill to survive and do well in combat throughout the game.

With all the different possibilities of ships to have, there is a ton of customization options available for each one. There are over 2000 different pieces of equipment that can be used to customize your ships in Galactic Phantasy Prelude. This gives you the ability to tailor each ship and class to suit your style of gameplay. As for story mode, you can do whatever you want. The game is pretty open so if you want o go venturing off on your own or following the storyline, it doesn’t matter. There is a 10 star rating system for each mission so getting a perfect score might take a few attempts at first.

Your choice of survival in this game is up to you. You can rob other ships, smuggle goods and other not-so-good activities or you can be a good guy and stop ships from doing those types of activities. How you play this game is up to you. Galactic Phantasy Prelude is definitely not a game you will be finishing in one sitting.

Galactic Phantasy Prelude – Game Hints:

To increase your chance to survive battles:

1. Know your enemies: those that are substantially weaker than you are marked with a grey flag, those that are about the same level as you are marked yellow, those marked red are ones that you should consider to avoid.

2. Use Defense Matrix (DM) and Repair Ship. DM is a protective shield that blocks all incoming attack and it can get recharged when turned off. Repair Ship recovers your ship’s SP instantly during battles.

3. Add a wingman ship to your fleet which attacks your enemies and shares some damage for your flagship. Simply build a new ship in the shipyard and assign it the wingman ship in the “fleet” menu in a starport.

4. Use your most powerful ship as the flagship. You can change your flagship with the “swap” button in the “fleet” menu in a starport. Also see “how to build a new ship” for more information.”

How to avoid battle?

1. If you do not want to engage in battles with certain pirates, hold the “turbo” button at the lower right corner and enter the nearest starport or stargate quickly.

2. During battles, you can escape by clicking the “escape” button at the upper left corner and wait for 10 seconds.”

Tips on earning money in the game:

1. Rob the transport ships. They are weaker than other pirates.

2. Accept missions in the Information Center. You will be rewarded with money or equipment. Equipment earned in missions are often better than those found in the shops.

3. Pick the easier missions such as trailing (colored green in the missions menu) that do not involve battles.

4. If you have a transport ship, you can take the smuggling missions (colored purple) that require a large cargo hold.

5. Trade goods between different markets to profit from price differences. (See also “What is Golden Route?”)

6. Sell or recycle unneeded equipment, goods or ships.”

How to get blueprint?

You need a blueprint to build a new ship. Blueprints can be acquired in battles against pirate groups like the Blackbeard, Elhibor, Babyface Syndicate, Qayzan Fighters and Dralomee Defenders. The stronger the pirate fleet you encounter, the greater the chance you can obtain better blueprints. Besides robbing pirate fleets, you may also purchase blueprints in the blueprint store by credits.

How to get Materials?

Materials can be purchased from the mining plant of any starports.

Hero Siege

Hero Siege is a new free hack n’ slash game with a lot of rogue-like elements to it that also has tons of blood splattering all over the place when you kill. Optimistically billed by its developer, Panic Art Studios, as a mix between the legendary Diablo and indie darling The Binding of Isaac, Hero Siege attempt to lays its cards on the table before you start playing.

There are different classes you can play as – limited in this initial build to Viking, Pyromancer, and Marksman – each with their own skills and strengths. It’s made perfectly clear from te beginning that your aim here is to kill enemies and collect loot. There’s also a lot of weapons, even more enemies and achievements to unlock.

This is actually quite a big game and if you’re a fan of Diablo-style games, this game will be right up your alley. Just about everything in this game is randomly generated. This also means that even though it is a big game, it’ll always be different even if you get through it. Your character valiantly stalks through a range of pixelated environments dealing with waves of monsters, only pausing to interact with parts of the scenery, scoop up the aforementioned gold, and acquire magical potions, which can augment the power of the user.

Stellar performance in battle is rewarded with points which can be used to level up various attributes – such as health, strength, and attack speed – as well as a talent tree which is unique to each class.

Thor: The Dark World

Thor: The Dark World will hit the movie theaters this week, so naturally a game tie-in mobile game was just around the corner. And sure enough it’s now been released on Android and iOS. Gameloft’s Thor: The Dark World places the god of thunder in a top-down dungeon crawler that looks a lot like the company’s own Dungeon Hunter games. The game was written by well-known Marvel writer Christopher Yost.

In the game, players take on the role of Thor in his attempt to stop Malekith while fighting alongside characters from the franchise including Sif and Heimdall. Users can upgrade skills or allies and compete against friends for rewards. Our red caped protagonist won’t have to charged into battle alone. If you’ve ever played a dungeon carwler type game before, then it should come to no surprise to you that Thor will grow more powerful overtime as you puchase better armor, stronger weapons, and new skills. The game has over 90 missions and is a 1.5GB download so its sure keep your attention for a while.

Thor: TDK - Das Spiel
Thor: TDK - Das Spiel
Developer: Gameloft
Price: Free*

The Silent Age is a crowd funded, point-and-click, side-scrolling adventure game where you collect items to get other items to get more items. Just replace the clicks with taps and put it on an android device. With that being said, The Silent age still happens to be really good.

You play a character name Joe, a janitor who works at a research lab in 1972. Your adventure adventure is split into two eras. There’s the eery and foreboding 1972. And then there’s a post-apocalyptic wasteland some four decades later, in 2012. Joe can jump between the two time periods, which you will need when solving the game’s tricky puzzles.

The Silent Age is great example of what good writing can do. I’d recommend the game for anyone to at least try out since its available for Andoid and iOS. We have a link for you to download episode one completely free for your Android device of choice. Episode 2 Looks pretty close to being finished. Its a crowd funded game so if you enjoyed chapter one hop on over to The Silent Age website and show the devs your appreciation.

The Silent Age
The Silent Age
Developer: House on Fire
Price: Free*

Dead Trigger 2

In a previous post we gave every one the heads up that The sequel to Dead Trigger 2 would soon be upon us. Now that the game has been released, and with perfect timing since Halloween is right around the corner we would like to update everyone with a review.

With Dead Trigger 2, Madfinger has attempted to inject some variety into the series, adding new zombie types, more varied mission objectives, and a hideout featuring upgradeable workstations and weaponry. And, though there’s no getting away from the fact that this is yet another zombie shooter, Dead Trigger 2 is an improvement on its predecessor.

Things start off in the US, where you are reintroduced to the zombie menace which is still threatening the world. Dead Trigger fans will immediately notice the new default control scheme, which does away with the fire button altogether. Instead, you need only to point your crosshairs at a zombie, and your weapon will discharge automatically

Though we did miss the satisfaction of lining up the perfect headshot and choosing when to pull the trigger, we found the ability to move, strafe, aim, and fire without ever lifting our thumbs off the screen incredibly useful, especially when heavily outnumbered. You can switch to the more traditional button-based system if you decide the autofire isn’t for you, though.

The mission structure has also been re-jigged. Though the game still demands you kill a set number of zombies or survive while a clock counts down, these goals are disguised as sub-objectives in a larger mission. Now, you’ll find yourself escorting team members to safety, firing up generators, locating water or fuel, and conducting research – all while pumping round after round into advancing deadites.

The story, which initially takes you across the US and Africa, is nothing more than a thin text-based thread used to string set pieces together. That said, with sniping missions, turret sections, and a host of new super-zombies – including the frenzied Rager and the radioactive Scienfist – the set pieces are more compelling than those found in Dead Trigger.

Of course, Dead Trigger 2 is a freemium game, and as such comes with the usual pair of virtual currencies. It’ll also come as no surprise that it’s still a grind to obtain the Gold needed to unlock advanced weapons and speed up the production of painkillers, grenades, and other gear.

Each of your workstations (medical, engineering, and so on) can be upgraded to improve their efficiency and output, but this process takes cash and time. However, to its credit, Dead Trigger 2 does not feature an energy system. This means you’ll never find yourself locked out of the game waiting for a stamina bar to recharge. You will have to grind long and hard to collect the blueprints for weapons (which are dropped by random enemies) and the cash to build them, but at least you can do so without interruptions.

Like its progenitor, Dead Trigger 2 is still repetitive, grindy, and more than a little dumb. However, with more distinctive enemies, varied locations, and structured missions, it is a step up from Dead Trigger. It many not be enough to convince naysayers, but it should have fans of the original groaning in approval.

Developer: MADFINGER Games
Price: Free*

Batman Arkham Origins

Warner Bros and DC Entertainment announced that Batman: Arkham Origins would be making its way to mobile devices pretty soon. Not only will the game be arriving onto Android and iOS soon, but you’ll be able to unlock additional suits in the console version of the game when playing the mobile version.

For those of you not familiar with this game, Batman: Arkham Origins starts off with the Black Mask offering up a big payout to anyone who can bring down Batman. This makes all the villains who think they can take down Batman come out of the wood works. As you control Batman, you’ll be fighting the likes of other villains such as Bane throughout Gotham City.

The game is being developed by NetherRealm Studios using Unreal Engine 3 so we can expect to see some pretty solid visuals when the game is released. Even though this is an action/brawler style of game, there also happens to be some RPG elements layered onto it for addition customization of your Batman. As you progress through the game you’ll be unlocking addition Batman suits which you can equip. Each suit will grant your character different advantages, immunity from certain things and stat boosts.

Speaking of the Batman suits, some will only be available in the mobile game. Since you can link up the console version of Batman: Arkham Origins with the mobile one, if you already have certain suits unlocked in the console version then you’ll have them available already in the mobile edition. This also works in the opposite direction as well. There will be a huge amount of content in this game and as for the controls, there will be plenty of customizable options available to make playing Batman: Arkham Origins easier on mobile.

Batman: Arkham Origins will be a free-to-play game so downloading it when the game is released won’t cost you a penny. Some suits will be available for purchase through IAPs though. This is only for the impatient people though who don’t want to unlock all the suits over time as they play the game. Everything will be available though to players who don’t want to spend any money.

As for when this game will be released onto mobile, there is no specific release date announced just yet but the console version is launching worldwide on October 25th, 2013 and the iOS version is slated for release at around the same time. The Android version will be release somewhere near the upcoming holiday season.