Stellar Ghosts Is A New Third Person Shooter For Android
Finding a good third person shooter can be a difficult task, and that's why we're here to help with the situation. Stellar Ghosts is a new third person shooter game that came out on Android this week complete with full 3D graphics and what looks to be an action packed joyride. There are six playable characters with weapon and skill upgrades and a progression system for your character of choice. When it comes to Android games in general let alone third person shooters, you could do much worse for $0.99. If you feel like giving Stellar Ghosts a try let go of a buck and kick back.
Final Fantasy VII G Bike Coming To Android
If you played Final Fantasy VII when you were younger you likely remember the part in the game where you had to ride Cloud's bike down the highway while proceeding to dodge enemies and slash them off their own bikes to make it to the very end. Square Enix may not be releasing a full version of Final Fantasy VII onto Android but they are remaking that mini game where you cruise down the highway on the bike. Final Fantasy VII G Bike will be and endless runner by the looks of the video trailer that they showed off at E3 this past week, and it has been recreated with full 3D high resolution graphics. If there was ever an endless runner that you should be excited about it's this one. There has been no mention of the actual launch date yet, but it will end up as a free to play title when it's here. For now just enjoy the trailer and how awesome it looks.
Test Your Crash Dummy Racing Skills In Small And Furious
Small and Furious is a physics based racer, similar to Trials Frontier except with crash dummy's and all different kinds of vehicles instead of MX bikes. There are four different environments and lots of cool vehicles to race in and some pretty decent 3D visuals as well. There are all kinds of boosters and things like Nitro for speed bursts, and gold coins to collect along the way throughout 80 tracks for you to race your heart out on. There's also 14 different character(racers) to play as and the game is free, although you'll see the occasional IAP. Enjoy crashing into things and try to make it to each checkpoint to extend your time and continue racing. There's even a ghost mode where you challenge your best times. You can grab Small and Furious from the Play Store link here.
Sonic Jump Fever Is The Next Installment In The Series
SEGA announced this week that it would be releasing a follow up to Sonic Jump, called Sonic Jump Fever, onto Android and other mobile devices later this year. The game 's basic play style is pretty simple, you have to jump as high as you can to get the highest score possible. All of the iconic Sonic details make their way into the game as you'd expect, like some of the enemies you'd encounter in regular sonic games, the gold rings, and even some of the most memorable Sonic characters which will be available to play in the game. So far there is no word on release but it looks like it could be lots of fun, especially for those who love Sonic and games within this genre type.