Welcome to this week’s gaming news recaps! It’s been a good week for game updates and app releases so read on to find out more.
New Zombie Arcade Shooter For Android Devices
Peaksel Doo have released a new puzzle/shooting game entitled Undead vs Plants (not to be confused with Plants vs. Zombies), which is now available on the Google play store and free to download to any Android phone or tablet. With 150 levels to play, this new arcade style shooting game will take you on a fun and dangerous adventure of ricochet kills through a variety of different worlds ranging from blurry caves to sunny beaches and even the deep wild jungle. This game requires players to be well equipped before setting off and challenges players using logic and physics.
Aleksandra Ivic, a project manager of Peaksel Doo said of the game, “Zombie games are still a big hit, but a new challenge is always appreciated. We thought a bit of logic and physics wouldn’t hurt. This game is not so interactive but it gets you thinking about different ways of placing the bullets in the game to get rid of all the plants. We hope the players will enjoy this brain trainer along with new graphics and characters”.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Phantoms Welcomes Big Changes And Steam Give-away
Ubisoft have announced a three-day Steam give-away this weekend, along with some major changes to the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Phantoms game including a new 1.2 game update which is available now. Since its launch three months ago, Ghost Recon: Phantoms has been working to improve responsiveness and balance and generally make the overall experience more rewarding.
The new 1.2 update brings with it a list of weapon rebalancing and reactivity changes from basic running and reloading to ready time and device recharging time. However the big changes don’t just stop at game play, as newcomers can progress five times as faster with bigger level-up rewards and can even take home competitive weapons in the first five hours of game play. To celebrate these changes and welcome more potential friendly players, Ghost Recon: Phantoms has announced a special Steam offer for three days only. All you have to do is download one free starter bundle every day from 11th July until 14th July exclusively on Steam, and you’ll receive up to three starter bundles worth approximately £24.
4x Space Game Gets Multi-player Mode In Beta 2.0
Independent video games publishers Iceberg Interactive have announced that their upcoming 4x space strategy game Lords of the Black Sun has received a major new update. The PC title is currently a part of Steam’s Early Access Program, and the addition of a new multi-player feature means that players will be able to forge in-game alliances with their best pals or squash them will a galactic onslaught. Here’s what the developers of the game had to say: “With Lords of the Black Sun we’re taking a crack at rejuvenating classic 4x game play, by emphasising features such as diplomacy, spying and conspiracy. Generals can become a decisive factor in your war effort , but don’t ignore the home front as rebellion may always be around the corner. We’re a new studio filled with a young crew , and are looking forward to your ideas, feedback and enhancements , so that we can make Lords of the Black Sun all it promises to be- and more!”
Lords of the Black Sun asks players to discover the secrets and dangers of the galaxy, colonize new worlds and conquer whoever opposes you. The game has been up on the Steam website since December last year. You can find out more information about the game here.
Samurai Warriors 4 Coming To Playstation In October
Omega Force’s beat-em-up Samurai Warriors 4 will be available on the Playstation 4, Playstation3, and PS Vita starting October 24th. The game gives players the chance to battle using 55 historical Japanese warriors and will include an additional 3 new characters: Goemon Ishikawa, Kojiro Sasaki, and Musashi Miyamoto. A new feature called “Chronicle Mode” will allow players and their co-op partners to embark on multiplayer quests using their own custom characters. The upcoming release of the hack-and-slash marks the series’ return after a four-year hiatus and its debut on the Playstation 4. You can visit the game’s official website to find out more about the new features and playable characters.
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