Friday, 14 June 2013

DroidFlash.ca Joins Forces With SuperGameDroid.com


Attention loyal readers,

I am happy to announce that Droid Flash and Super Game Droid have decided to join forces to create the new entity 'SGD'. Our primary objective with SGD is to bring a more comprehensive android gaming experience to our readers. Through our now combined efforts we will continue to provide the android news and reviews our readers have come to know and trust, while also adding some exciting new content in the very near future. 

All new content will be now be posted at SuperGameDroid.com, so be sure to update your bookmarks. Be sure to also follow us on twitter at @SuperGameDroid.

It has been a pleasure posting news and reviews for all of my loyal readers. Thank you for all of your support over the last couple of months.

Sincerely,

James Maxwell

Ps. (Be sure to keep an eye out for all of my new reviews. I will be posting them as James M.)

Pps. (Remember to visit us often at SGD [SuperGameDroid.com!])

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

[New Release] Flip Runner

The beautiful new endless runner 'Flip Runner' has just jumped onto Google Play thanks to Deadly Serious Media. Flip Runner makes use of a gorgeous art style (just check out the trailer below!), and its 'flipping' mechanic seems like a unique change for the endless runner genre. More importantly it just looks like a lot of fun to play!

(It is also important to note that this game was all created by a one man developer!)


 Be sure to jump on over to Google Play to get your copy of Flip Runner for $0.99. Support indie developers!

Flip Runner

Monday, 10 June 2013

[New Release] Kyubo

Chestnut Games has just released a unique new puzzler onto Google Play called Kyubo. Kyubo takes place in a dungeon, and you will be making use of both action and puzzle gameplay in your attempt to escape. You will be aided by old spirits, and they will help you to get past the traps and puzzles that are presented to you. The gameplay looks unique, and definitely should be checked out.



Kyubo is a great looking new game from the indie developer Chestnut Games. Be sure to follow the button below to grab this game off of Google Play for the low price of $1.17.

*Interesting Fact: Chestnut Games was founded by Marco Rapino; a former Lead Programmer at Rovio (Angry Birds, Bad Piggies)

[Game Update] Colorus

The great color matching game Colorus (check out my review) has just received it's first big update.  This update includes a training/kids mode, but more importantly it has implemented online leaderboards and achievements through Google Play Game Services. The lack of leaderboards was my only real complaint with the game, so now that they're in the game I couldn't be happier.


This game is now better than ever, and I highly suggest it to anyone looking for a fun but challenging game. Colorus is still only $0.99 on Google Play, so go ahead and check it out.

Saturday, 8 June 2013

[New Release] Micro Panda

Micro Panda is a fun new arcade-style game from developer Dan-Ball. In Micro Panda you take control of a fast moving panda by dragging your finger on the screen. Interestingly this panda has has headlights for eyes, and your goal here is to shine this light onto 'dark' objects and in order to "light up" the zone. You are given 99 seconds to light up as many objects as you can, and you are scored based on the number and type of objects you light up.


Micro Panda really is a bizarre game, but it does stand out as something unique. I can honestly say I have never played a game quite like it before.

Micro Panda is free on Google Play, so slide on to get your hands on this charming little game.

Friday, 7 June 2013

[New Release] Hexus

Hexus is a new puzzle game from Kidga Games. Hexus borrows the base elements of Tetris (create lines to get points), but changes up the gameplay by introducing a hexagonal grid. This might not sound like a lot, but this really does make a huge change, and I found it to be far more difficult than your typical game of Tetris.

In Hexus You have free reign to place peices anywhere on the board. However, unlike it Tetris you wont be able to rotate your peices. This takes a bit of getting used to, but with a bit of practise it gets easier.



I feel the developers managed to change up the Tetris gameplay enough to make it feel new - and worth checking out. Hexus is free, so shift yourself on over to Google Play to give this one a download.