Leviathan: Warships, a turn based naval combat game, was released last week on PC via Steam. This week a tablet version is now available on both Android and iPad for the price of $4.99. All of the versions support cross platform play so you'll be able to pick up and play with just about anybody at anytime. The entire game can be played in co-op and it also offers a handful of co-op challenge maps to play. You can even utilize cloud save and start on one device and finish the game on another - nautical!
Leviathan: Warships is a turn-based strategy game featuring big boats and cross-platform play. The game will allow up to four players to strategize together via PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices. Leviathan: Warships features a full cooperative campaign as well as five challenge missions. Customize a fleet of warships and join your friends on the high seas of battle.
For me, one of the gems of PAX East 2013 was a game located in a tiny booth on the edge of the expo floor. Entitled Eon Altar, developer Flying Helmet Games ambitiously combines a tabletop RPG with a video game for a unique cooperative experience.
At PAX East 2013 last weekend, I had the opportunity to sit down and play a round of the competitive mode of Dungeon Defenders II (henceforth DD2). I also got to talk to Philip Asher (Marketing Director and Designer), a.k.a. pmasher. While the co-op mode of DD2 is still mostly under wraps, Philip was able to give me some details on it which I’ll gladly share with you guys. Let’s first talk a bit about the competitive mode that I played.
A sort-of-new release in the classic arcade realm, Metal Slug X is a remake of Metal Slug 2 that has been reworked for iPhone, Android and iPad devices. The game, which marks the fourth mobile Metal Slug release, features tweaked controls for the touch screen as well as altered enemy positions and maps, making it a much different experience than the game it's based on. It's also just one letter away from Metal Slug XX, which is totally not confusing at all.
American McGee has been part of the videogame industry since the 1990s when he worked at id Software on such titles as DOOM II, QUAKE, and QUAKE 2. After a few other stints and a few games later like Alice and Grimm, his studio Spicy Horse is looking to make a splash on the Action RPG market with a game called Akaneiro: Demon Hunters. But there's a catch - to include co-op American needs Kickstarter, we find out why.
SEGA have released a new free to play game on iOS and Android which mixes strategy and base building with real time combat sections. It's called Kingdom Conquest II - a game that thrusts players into different classes of characters. As we said the game is split between two sections, in the main strategy part of the game you'll be building up your base, collecting resources, training units, and conquering lands. In the battle section of the game you'll face multi-level dungeons in 3rd person combat. It's the latter sections that allow for some truly fun co-op gameplay, as these dungeons can be tackled with up to three additional players.
What does Co-Optimus love more than tabletop games? Tabletop games that are made into video games! That’s right, an old-school table top classic, Space Hulk, will be arriving on various platforms next year, including cross-platform co-op play!
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will be hitting iOS and PC tomorrow, bringing with it a version of Baldur's Gate that has gotten a ton of polish and even some new content. The game was delayed a few months to polish up some of its own issues, which is a good thing, but it's finally time to unleash the game on a new generation of gamers.
Today we have a little news for Borderlands 2 and big news for a new iOS game in the shoot and loot franchise. First up, Borderlands 2 received a patch that should fix several minor to major issues that have popped up since the latest DLC went live.
It’s somebody’s birthday! No, not just anyone’s, but a great co-op title we’ve come to love over this past year: Dungeon Defenders! Celebrating its franchise’s first year as a game, Trendy Entertainment and Reverb Publishing have released a new DLC for gamers to enjoy in the festivities. Over the next couple of weeks, gamers can purchase the “Dungeon Defenders Anniversary Pack” DLC for free online.
Dungeon Defenders is now available for Mac users. The tower defense/action RPG title can be purchased at the Mac store for $14.99. You'll be able to choose between different character classes, build up defenses against relentless enemy assaults, and score epic loot. There are a host of other features which you can see here.
Studio 22 Cans, Peter Molyneux’s new game studio, is about to release its first game in a short while, but their follow up title is what we’re dying to hear about. Literally called Cooperation, the game is supposedly going to be one hell of a co-op project, according to Molyneux.
Mobile phones and tablets are quickly becoming the platform of choice for shoot-em-up makers thanks to the mobile market's low costs of development and large audience. Now SNK is getting in on the action by releasing two much-loved Neo-Geo classics on iOS: Blazing Star, a side-scrolling shmup and Metal Slug 3, a shooter of the run-and-gun variety. Both sport a handful of enhancements as well as Blueooth co-op for two players.
This September 18th, Windows owners will get their hands on Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, an update to the classic RPG created by Bioware. The enhanced edition is not just a quick port, but a huge upgrade on the original game which includes the Tales of the Sword Coast expansion pack as well as a new 6 hour campaign called The Black Pits. Also included are new characters, an enhanced interface, widescreen support, and brand new fully animated cinematic sequences.
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