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Android Gamer Weekly 03/02/14: Smash Hit, Warhammer 40K, Demonrock, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater

March 2, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

 

Mediocre Games New Physics/Puzzle Title Looks To Be A Smash Hit Landing March 6thScreenshot (262)

You might know Mediocre Games from their previous titles like Sprinkle, another physics based puzzler that had you putting out fires with water shooting contraptions. Their newest game which is a titled Smash Hit, and looks like it will literally live up to its name. It has plenty of gorgeous 3D visuals to look at, but more than the pretty graphics, Smash Hit will task you with flinging a ball through tons of glass panels. There are going to be 50 levels to play through and the levels are randomized to add some replay value to the game. There’s only 4 days left until we get a crack at it, and we can’t wait. 

 

Warhammer 40K: Storm Of Vengeance Could End Up On The Play Store At The End Of This MonthScreenshot (260)

Fans of the Warhammer 40K series could be getting their first taste of the franchise on Android this month. Warhammer 40k: Storm of Vengeance is supposed to be landing on in the play Store on March 27th. The game will follow fairly closely to the original Warhammer play style, but will have some RPG type gameplay, with things like a level up system and the ability to apply points to certain skills. The game will initially cost $4.99, and will have a single IAP of $0.99 to buy the  updated DLC content later on. 

Crescent Moon Games Drops Demonrock: War Of Ages For Intense Reverse Defense ActionScreenshot (259)

Crescent Moon Games puts out some amazing titles. The third one to drop this week from them is Demonrock: War of Ages, which is being described as a reverse defense game. It looks a little like an angled top-down dungeon crawler, and you can play as multiple heroes with powerful spells and attacks to unleash. The game has a total of 40 levels across 4 unique lands, with over 30 kinds of enemies and bosses to defeat. The game is free to play, which probably means IAP, but they shouldn’t be required to enjoy the game. You can grab the game off of the Play Store.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Is Making It’s Way To AndroidTonyHawksProSkater

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater has had quite a run through the franchise on Consoles and PC. There are few great Skateboarding games on Android, but that will soon change as Activision has announced that their newest Tony Hawk game to come is going to be exclusive to Mobile devices. There aren’t any details about the gameplay, release dates, or price, but if you grew up playing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, this should be quite a treat.