Epic Adventure Platformer Sheffelrot Journeys Onto Android

Published on June 21st, 2016 | by Craig Forshey

A really impressive new sidescrolling adventure platformer named Sheffelrot Dawn Of Elf has arrived on Android with surprisingly little fanfare considering the high production value it has to offer. From the fantastic animation to the wide variety ... Read More



Gooey Puzzle Platformer Jelly Killer Oozes Onto Android

Published on June 18th, 2016 | by Craig Forshey

Following in the footsteps of horror themed puzzle adventures such as Stubbs The Zombie comes an interesting new platformer called Jelly Killer that mixes enemy possession mechanics with environmental puzzle solving and a dash of 90’s ... Read More



Pixel Physics Shooter Wizard Swipe Blasts Onto Android

Published on June 18th, 2016 | by Craig Forshey

An addicting new arcade physics shooter with an RPG twist by the name of Wizard Swipe has arrived with straightforward but intense survival action and an endearing retro pixel aesthetic in tow. Created by indie developer ... Read More



Sunset Riders Gets A Fan-Made HD Android Remake

Published on June 18th, 2016 | by Craig Forshey

Out of all the properties presumably lost to Konami’s tomfoolery such as Castlevania or Contra the one I hear fans reference the least is Sunset Riders, a classic 16-bit era arcade shooter that ate up untold ... Read More



Ride Tranquil Waves In Beautiful Outrun Racer Memento Bay

Published on June 17th, 2016 | by Craig Forshey

I’m loathe to call all but the most immaculate of games a work of art, but indie developer Boomfruit’s mesmerizing debut hybrid racing game Memento Bay comes very close to meeting my select criteria. With its charming minimalist ... Read More



Retro Physics Platformer JettyCat Towers Gives A Cat A Jetpack

Published on June 16th, 2016 | by Craig Forshey

Indie developer Ohsat Games’ charming pixel physics adventure JettyCat Towers is a good example of how retro style platforming can be done on Android. This intensely cheerful vertical scroller doesn’t rely on any conceited gameplay gimmicks ... Read More

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