Android Gamer Weekly: The Walking Dead, Hopeless Space Shooting, Humble Bundle 9, Warhammer 40k: Carnage, Wind Up Knight 2

Telltale Games The Walking Dead Shambles Onto Google Play

It's been a long time coming, but for those of you that have been eagerly awaiting the episodic adventure from Telltale games, The Walking Dead to come to android through the Google Play Store, now is the time to get excited as it touched down earlier this week. The game was previously available through the Amazon App Store but only to the Kindle Fire. You can now pick up the first episode via the play store for free, with the second, third, and fourth episode  as well as the 400 days episode available as IAP at $5 each, or you can grab all of them for $15 through a bundle. We still have a little bit of time to wait for Tales From The Borderlands, so this should help pass the time.

Shoot Lots Of Things In Hopeless: Space Shooting

This great shooter tasks you with helping the tiny little blobs escape a doomed fate, by rapid firing your laser blasters into the darkness. What's out there? Horribly fiendish monsters that want to eat you. Take care not to blast your blob friends, but be sure to fire as fast as you can so as to withstand the entire round and get beamed up to safety. Use multi touch taps to fire countless lasers or concentrate them into one giant laser beam. You can upgrade your weapons easily according to the games developers, and the game features two full game modes. Hopeless: Space Shooting will set you back $0.99, but it's a pretty fun game so I'd say it's worth it.

Humble Bundle For PC And Android 9 Adds In More Games

Humble Bundle for PC and Android 9 was already a great setup, but now that three new games have been added it just got that much better. Now if you pay the minimum average amount or if you already did so when the bundle was first released, you'll have access to three new additional games: Savant Ascent a wild and electrifying shooter, Syder Arcade which is an old school style shoot em' up title with insanely enhanced graphics, and The Shivah which is a point and click adventure of sorts. All three games are available at no additional cost, just download and play, and if you haven't picked up the bundle yet, it's still available until April 15th with the minimum average only costing you $3.92 as of right now.

Warhammer 40K: Carnage Begins Causing Chaos In May

While we're still waiting on Warhammer 40K: Storm of Vengance, it looks like another Warhammer game is on the way and due for a launch in May. This particular Warhammer game is a little different than the first one we heard about, and takes on more of a side scrolling action game style. There's lots of killing, lots of weapons and lots of carnage. One would expect so anyway from that title. There will be more than 50 levels with upgrades and enhancements for your space marine, and plenty of Ork's to dispose of. So far there is no listed price, and we don't have an exact day on when the game arrives, just sometime next month. You can check out the games website here for more screenshots.

Wind Up Knight 2 Beckons By Way Of Global Release

If you were a fan of the original Wind up Knight then get ready to play the sequel because it finally released for all devices globally this week. The loveable little wind up knight is back and the adventure is bigger and better than before. Improved eye candy will have you wanting more and oohing and aweing in astonishment. There's tons of new platforming action here so it's high time you get right to it. Doth though haveth what it takes? The game is free to download and play, and if you choose to spend money, there are IAP that beckon you.

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