Galaxy on Fire 2 Tegra HD Version now available

Posted by Dan Mousavi On June - 16 - 2011ADD COMMENTS

Fishlabs just released their popular Sci-fi shooter Galaxy on Fire 2 for Tegra devices. This version of the game has 4 times as much details in the textures and a higher polycount, which enhances this already great game with cutting edge visuals on Tegra devices. You can download the game for free, but to unlock the full version, you will have too pay $14.99 / €11,99 / £8.99 via in-app purchase.

Here’s the market link and a video of the Tegra Version I shot at MWC, you can find the full press release in german below.

Market Link
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Shaky Tower released & Promo Code Giveaway

Posted by Dan Mousavi On June - 16 - 2011ADD COMMENTS

Hyperbees just published a new physics game called Shaky Tower, it is a physics puzzler with a lot of different gameplay mechanics from a new developer called Mobilness.
You stack towers, roll around per accelerometer or do both at once. The game has a lot of content (6 Worlds, 2 game modes and over 100 Level, a level editor and more levels are coming soon) and it is available for free on the Android market.
However, it has in app purchases to get rid of the ads and you can buy more currency to unlock other features like a level skip, new levelpacks etc.

They were so kind to provide us with 20 promo codes, that will get rid of the ads for you and they will credit you some extra virtual currency.

To get one of the codes, send me a mail with the subject line Giveaway to … and I will reply with the code.

All of the codes are gone now.

How to use them:
In the game go to the shop, tap “Get *”, then tap Enter promo code.
Key in promo code, tap “OK”. You will get 25 Stars. Please note this
works for Android 2.0+ only. Each code can be used only once by one
person. The code is associated with player’s Google account.

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Imaginary Range

Posted by Dan Mousavi On June - 15 - 20111 COMMENT

Square Enix just released a new kind of manga/game hybrid in the Android market and after playing the first episode, I’m absolutely hooked on the concept.
The story starts in a variation of Paris, you follow a guy named Cid and his partner Ciela, who have a device called PAD that let’s them imagine stuff and create it out of thin air. They fight monsters that someone else imagined up and travel through different worlds. In the first part, they fight a huge monster at the Eiffel Tower and meet another group of people, that can also imagine up stuff. The whole story feels like the first chapter in a Manga series and will hopefully make more sense further down the road, but the first chapter is more focused in showing you the concept instead of developing a solid background story.

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30 Best Paid Games for June 2011

Posted by Dan Mousavi On June - 13 - 20117 COMMENTS

Another 30 days, another 30 games for you to play. These are the best paid games we could find, that were released in May 2011. Since a lot of the paid games started to be available for free as a demo and have additional in app purchases to unlock the real full game, creating this list became much harder, so please let us know in the comments if we missed any recommendable titles.

Asphalt 6
Gameloft is back on the market with this fine racing game

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Secret Exit is one of the Top iPhone developers Android was missing until now.
They just released their popular game Stair Dismount for free in the market with additional level packs available via in-app purchase.
Let’s hope that they will also port over their Zen Bound games, that’s a unique game concept that still hasn’t made it in any form to Android.
Here’s the release trailer for Stair Dismount:

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