Marvel and Disney Interactive have today announced the launch of Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon, the official mobile game for the film set to hit theaters on August 1. The game stars a variety of heroes and villains from the Guardians of the Galaxy universe, and sees gamers controlling multiple characters on screen at once, against waves of oncoming enemies.
Dragon Academy developer Team Chaos has announced the launch of its newest game on iOS: Dragon Raiders. The game’s title characters, the Dragon Raiders, are responsible for the safety of the people of Landslandia. An army of evil “Wobblins” is on the hunt for Dark Shards, which will be used to summon an even greater threat, so gamers will need to stop them before it happens.
The Dragon Raiders are a group of three characters, Melty, Pokey and Frosty. Players control these dragons in level-based gameplay, which sees users flying around obstacles while collecting experience points, runes and coins.
Mobile games company Gamevil has passed 400 million downloads on mobile devices, up from 300 million downloads last July. This new milestone comes alongside the release of the company’s newest game, Kritika: Chaos Unleashed. The game sees players choosing from characters like Berserkers or Cat Acrobats (with more types coming soon), before taking them into a world full of enemies to defeat.
FitStar has announced the development of FitStar Yoga for iOS devices. The app will feature Strala Yoga founder Tara Stiles, and is being designed for all users, with all fitness and expertise levels. FitStar Yoga will offer customized video-based sessions led by Stiles, with the goal of helping users increase their flexibility, build strength and reduce their stress levels.
After a release on PlayStation Network, Nintendo 3DS and PC last year, Tate Multimedia has launched its Urban Trial Freestyle on iPhone and iPad. The game is described as an “action-bike racer,” and sees gamers completing more than 40 levels by dodging obstacles and performing stunts.
Chukong Technologies’ Coco Entertainment International has announced the launch of King: The MMORPG on iOS and Android devices. The game takes players to the fantasy land of Kandar, locked in the middle of a Civil War. Players choose from four initial classes to create a character capable of defeating their rivals across both player-vs-player and player-vs-everyone combat.
Bucharest-based mobile game developer Pixel Trap was formed in September 2013 by industry veterans from companies including EA, Gameloft and Ubisoft. Now, the company has released its first game on iOS devices: Might Adventure. The game is described as a cross between a platformer and an “action adventure runner,” and sees users control colorful creatures in a quest to save their village elder from the “Big Boss.”
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