It’s that time yet again my lovely and awesome readers; time for us to reveal our “Mobile Browser Game of the Week”. We hope you have been enjoying this little weekly feature on our website as we love games and anything that interests us or catches our fancy, we always love to share. This weekly feature showcases some of the things that you can do either at work on your computer browser or on the go within your smartphone’s mobile web browser. It’s a fun way to kill some time while on break or if you get bored of the app store games that are available. This week’s game is one called Agario (maybe you have seen it on your mobile app store).
The object of Agario is this; players must consume smaller cells and dominate the world! In Agario, you must have an eat-or-be-eaten mentality to survive. Compete in fast, difficult skill modes like FFA, Teams, and Experimental. Split into two cells, or eject mass for a quick burst of speed. Basically eat smaller circles and stay away from the bigger ones (until you get bigger….then consume them all you want).
While the game doesn’t sound all that fun, it gets addicting especially since you begin to see other players pretty quick. Once you get yourself to a decent size, you will be chasing other players who are smaller than you while trying to avoid other players who have become quite good at the little browser game.
As we have mentioned in previous weeks, these games are often bite sized fun that help pass time. This one starts off basic as basic could be but turns out to be pretty addicting. If you check it out, let me know what you think.
It’s that time again my friends, time where we announce our “Mobile Browser Game of The Week”. This has been a running thing on our website for the past couple of months in where we tell you guys what we have been playing on my smartphones mobile browser. These bit sized games can be played directly on your mobile browser either on your computer or on your cell phone and help pass the time if you are waiting in line or have kids that need some mobile entertainment. Our phones are always filled with games via their corresponding app store but this is a nice little alternative to that so we thought we would share what games we have been playing.
This week we have been knee deep in The Minions. Yes those adorable little creatures from the new movie have a plethora of mobile games from our friends over at Poki and some have been pretty decent to play on the go. One of the games that my son and I picked out right away is Minion go-kart. We are huge Mario Kart fans so this is the first one we enjoyed. While the game is no Mario Kart (nothing really is honestly), it reminded me of the old Off Road game titles and once we got the hang of everything, it was decently fun. Here s quick description of the game:
Race a Despicable Me go-kart to victory against rival Minions! You will speed across curvy cartoon tracks on your way to winning the World Cup. Follow the guideline arrows through each bend in the road, and steer clear of palm trees in Minion Kart
If something like this doesn’t fit your fancy, there are a ton of other titles that should entertain you for a bit. Check it out and let us know what you think. Until next time…
Here is the first Angry Birds 2 trailer for everyone to check out! The iOS and mobile standout is finally getting an “official” sequel and we will know more about the game very soon. The first one continues to top the mobile charts and we can’t wait to see what the new game will bring.
Rayman Adventures, the latest installment of the best-selling Rayman franchise, is currently in development for smartphones and tablets, by Ubisoft Montpellier. This eclectic new adventure will be available worldwide during fall 2015.
Rayman Adventures bring players on an odyssey where they will explore legendary worlds, from whimsical castles to the mythical islands of Olympus. They will enjoy an exciting mix between action and exploration in which they will be able to freely move around and about as they like through stunning environments.
The brand new Incrediballs make their first appearance in Rayman Adventures. Those little funny creatures will be the players’ partners in their epic adventures. They will have to seek out The Incrediballs, collect them, and unleash their powers to save the world.
From what we see in this awesome trailer, it looks pretty nice and we will welcome the title with open arms when it’s released. Like it or not, these Rayman games are outstanding on iPad and you should give them a try.
Another week, another update for our “mobile browser game of the week” column. These stories offer bite sized games that we have been playing around with in our mobile browser on our smart phones. The featured title this week is non other than, Plants vs. Zombies! Plants vs. Zombies is one of the best titles around and takes the tower defense style of play and injects a nice dose of humor. Pop Cap games really hit it out of the park when they released this one and now you can play the game in your mobile browser.
In case you live under a rock and have no idea what Plants vs. Zombies is, players are tasked with growing defensive plants in order to keep zombies away from your house! The undead have invaded your backyard and it’s your objective to stop them. Use your gardening skills to set up the perfect army of crops and stop those pesky Zombies. Sunlight and gold will help you beat the undead in Plants vs. Zombies. Different plants have different powers and by no time players will be planting a number of different plants in order to fend off the Zombie infestation.
It’s a novel concept and one that has not only taken the mobile gaming market by storm but has spawned numerous toys and collectables as well. I cannot visit my local video game retail store without seeing a number of Plants vs Zombies items. Who would’ve thought that these adorable characters would turn into such an phenomenon but we are pleased someone had the crazy idea planting around in their head. The appeal of the game is wide (basically everyone who try it out ends up loving it in some way) and we see this one sticking around for the long haul. We have already seen a sequel head to the mobile market and even a number of spin off games like Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare have seen the next gen treatment.
Pokémon fans rejoice, Pokémon Jukebox has officially launched on the Google Play Store. Fans of the popular series can now enjoy over 200 Pokémon songs from the adventures in Pokémon Red, Blue, FireRed, LeafGreen, HeartGold, and SoulSilver. Additional songs are planned to be released from the Pokémon series titles, including Pokémon X and Pokémon Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire!
Pokémon Jukebox features include:
Daily Songs: Access three unlocked songs from various Pokémon series titles each day for no charge.
In-App Song Purchases: Purchase specific songs to make them playable at any time.
Keyword Song Search: Search for songs with keywords and concept tags like “Battle,” “Opening,” “Route,” and others.
Playable Sound Effects: Play preset sound effects along with the music using a built-in sound effects button.
Loop Functionality: Enable an endless loop for songs, just like during normal gameplay, or set the number of loops for each song.
Custom Tagging: Create original tags, such as “Intense Songs,” and connect them to any song.
Mix Feature: Set whether songs fade out when they end or immediately jump to the next song without a break.
Medleys: Purchasable medleys play several songs together in one long collection based on themes such as “Battles” or “Routes.”
Playlist Creation: Create a playlist of songs to listen to, including shuffle and repeat functionality.
Sounds like fun to us. Although the app is not available for Apple devices as of yet, we can imagine it’s only a matter of time. Will you be downloading Pokemon Jukebox?
It’s that time again my friends, time where we bring you our mobile game of the week! We have been running this little feature for the past couple of weeks so we thought we would highlight another mobile browser game. Sure there are a ton of games for your smartphone BUT if you’re looking for something to play that you don’t have to download, just open up your mobile browser and check out some of these titles.
Following today’s announcement of Nintendo making a splash into the Smartphone market, it has been confirmed that the first Nintendo Smartphone games will be released later this year. The company hasn’t revealed any hints as to which game franchise will be released first, but it will certainly be interesting to see which series makes its debut on the mobile platform. If we were to make a guess, we would put our money on a puzzle title.
Telltale has announced that Tales from the Borderlands- Episode 2 is coming soon. The name of the second episode will be “Tales from the Borderlands-Episode 2- Atlas mugged” and has been announced via Twitter.
Here is the first teaser trailer for Sonic Runners. The teaser trailer showcases the Sonic of old and is headed to mobile platforms. Although no gameplay is shown, it’s obvious that this title will go back to Sonic’s roots.