DJ Hero for Android Coming, Pocket Legends Winter Update, Game Dev Story for Android Out [GAMES]


It’s been a great morning for the Android gaming scene: Mana Chronicles dropped in the Android market and Rocket Bunnies has taken everyone by surprise. But there’s a lot more to be had. For starters, Activision and GLU will be bringing DJ Hero to Android according to our friend Kyle. He was fortunate enough to get an early look at the game and his initial impressions are that it’s “both fun and entertaining,” and that it’s something he’d like to play over and over again. We’ll be trying to secure a copy of the .APK file for this week’s AppCast, but click on over to his site for his full impressions.

SpaceTime Studios – developers behind the popular MMO game Pocket Legends – have confirmed that Pocket Legends Winter Festival will be sometime soon. The content update adds a winter wonderland that’s gotten overstayed welcomes from evil snowmen and elves. We can’t imagine they’ll want to let December 25th come and go without this update being put out, so It’s safe to say that we should be seeing it sometime within the next week and a half. [via Droid Gamers]

Finally, Game Dev Story has launched for Android! The game – which got its start over on iOS – is a tycoon simulation where you take charge of a development studio and try to work your budget to hire new talent and equipment to create AAA titles. It’s quite simple, but still quite good if these sorts of ventures interest you.

Manage your own game company and try to create a million-selling game in this unique simulation. Features the ability to develop your company’s own game console, plus a system for changing your staff members’ professions.

Your staff members can have a variety of game-related professions, from programmer to sound engineer

See if you can’t get your money’s worth for about $5 in the Android Market now. Gameplay on iOS video courtesy of TheGameTrail. [via EuroDroid]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Nice, this is gunna be funny. now if thecould get “baby scratch” on Android, that would be cool!

  2. 10MB for space bunnies.. They are nuts..

  3. @No_you

    Okay, this isn’t directed at you, but your comment struck a nerve in me.
    I am tired of people complaining about file sizes. 10MB too big? Seriously? I had a Droid Eris and had both Fruit Ninja and Angry Birds installed at the same time, and still had free space. How many of the apps that you’ve downloaded do you actively use? Probably less than half. So uninstall some of those (or move them to your SD Card if you have the OS and option to do so) to make more space. Problem solved.
    I’d say get a better phone, but I realize that isn’t the most viable option, and even some of the newer phones don’t have a lot of storage space (I’m looking at you, Epic 4G and Fascinate). But seriously, if 10MB is too big of a problem and you absolutely can’t uninstall some apps, get a new phone or root. Problem solved.

  4. so i guess will be seeing alot of games now with gingerbread about TIME!!!

  5. @Lewis
    I feel ya on that one man. I have a MT4G and people on the MT4G forums are complaining about how this or that app will take up to much space. It really strikes a nerve because no matter how many times it’s been said people don’t realize that there’s really plenty of space on the phone to begin with and that they can just move some stuff over to the SD card. To be honest with 150 apps on my phone I still have no memory issues. I just don’t see what the fuss is about.

  6. @No_you
    Rocket Bunnies is definitely worth the 10mb, even if you have to make room for it.
    I also agree with Lewis and Andrew.

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