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[New Game] Uppercut Games' New Shooter, EPOCH, Shows Why Killer Robots Never Go Out Of Style


Friday 29th of March 2013 / androidpolice.com
Cylons. The Terminator. Gort. Johnny 5. Science fiction seems more than a little obsessed with the idea of murderous automatons, and with good reason: it works. Newcomer developer Uppercut Games has taken the trope to mobile gaming with EPOCH, a post-apocalyptic shooter that does away with the humans altogether (to make room for more robots). The Unreal Engine powers this graphical beast, and it's available for $4.99 for all devices - or at least the ones that can handle it. The gameplay is a curious mix of the cover-based, over-the-shoulder shooting that's become so common in the console world and reactive, gesture-driven combat, a la Infinity Blade. You control a single android who's always behind cover, jumping up to shoot, ducking down to hide and reload, and zipping around the landscape like a diesel-powered ninja. The game's story spans ten stages, though you'll probably need to replay them a few times at higher difficulties to advance. Killing other robots lets you upgrade your own frame and weapons.The Unreal 3 engine is put to good work here, as in games like Real Boxing an
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EPOCH: A fantastic new post-apocalypse shooter


Monday 15th of April 2013 / androidcentral.com
Cinematic quality graphics meet fantastic gameplay in this third-person shooterYou have to check a lot of boxes to make a great shooter on a mobile platform. The game has to have a compelling storyline, but also one that is easy enough to follow for most people playing on about a 4-inch screen. It also has to have great graphics, backed up with an appropriate soundtrack. Above all, a game has to wrap up the package into something that felt like it was made specifically for mobile, with gameplay and controls to match.We're looking at a game here that checks those boxes, and then some. Developer Uppercut Games has a winner on its hands, and it's name is Epoch. Read on past the break with us and see what makes this robot-themed over-the-shoulder shooter so great.The best way to describe the scenery in Epoch is that you're a robot soldier, fighting the evil robots of a post-apocalyptic ruined cityscape. That's a bit to take in, but the game elements combine extremely well, creating a story that is sci-fi and thrilling. The first few levels of the game are well structured
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Dead Trigger From Madfinger Games Is Now Officially Available In The Google Play Store For $1


Tuesday 03rd of July 2012 / phandroid.com
This is the moment we’ve been waiting for, folks. Get your thumbs ready because Dead Trigger from Madfinger Games is now officially available for Android. The same guys that brought you Shadowgun and Samurai II: Vengeance — Dead Trigger drops players into a post-apocalyptic world where zombies are running amok. Lucky for you, heavy weaponry is plentiful and you can blast your way through 40 hours of gameplay, leaving behind a trail of dead, zombified carcasses in your wake.Originally scheduled to launch yesterday, Madfinger Games experienced a few, last minute technical problems which delayed the games release, but have all since been taken care of. As a “thank you for waiting gift,” Madfinger is giving Android users access to a few new features, not yet available on its iOS counterpart (but coming soon in an update). Booyah, suckas! (Haven’t said that since 4th grade). So, which features, tweaks, and enhancements do Android users get to claim firsties to? Let’s take a look:New FeaturesIronSightHard difficulty missionsBug FixingPlayer can move whil
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Road Warrior Now Available For Android – Post Apocalyptic Racing Mayhem


Friday 20th of January 2012 / phandroid.com
A new racing game called Road Warrior is causing a ruckus in the Android Market. Developed by MobJoy and published by “Top Free Apps and Games,” Road Warrior is just as much about racing, as it is about mayhem. The premise is simple. Race. Shoot. And make money.Like Mario Kart but in a dirty, post-apocalyptic setting, players outfit various hoop-rides — everything from sedans to trucks — with weapons upgrades they can use to eliminate the competition. But that’s not all. Using physics based gameplay, players can perform stunts while soaring through the air for added bonus points and even nitrous used to give you an edge over the competition.Features include:Execute perfect flips to gain coins and nitro boosts.Multiple car options from sedans to massive trucks!Beat bosses and get their extremely tuned racing & killing machinesExplore and discover multiple tracks. There are many paths within a single track. There’s always a best strategy for each car!Upgrade your car with guns and other add-ons using our car builder.Precise controls and amazing p
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Read The Entire Hunger Games Trilogy On Your Android Device For Only $3 [Deals]


Tuesday 27th of March 2012 / phandroid.com
For those of you that like to do a little reading on your Android device (be it tablet or smartphone) and have been wanting to check out Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy after the movie smashed all kinds of box office records. Or did it just make an insane amount of millions over the weekend? Probably both. KoboBooks.com is currently offering the entire trilogy (after a few coupon codes) for a low price of $3.06. For those of you who ain’t so good at the mathematics, that’s like $1 a book. Here’s what you gotta do:1. Buy The Hunger Games for $0.83 coupon code HUNGERGAMESDEAL2. Buy Catching Fire for $1.16 coupon code HUNGERGAMESDEAL23. Buy Mockingjay for $1.07 coupon code HUNGERGAMESDEAL3After you’ve paid for the books, they’ll be instantly readable for your Android device via their app in the Google Play Store below. Just download and you’ll be reading your way to some good ‘ol post-apocalyptic fun.Thanks, MoFreaka69![Via Dealspl.us | Kobo Play Store Link]
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Friday 29th of March 2013 / androidpolice.com
Cylons. The Terminator. Gort. Johnny 5. Science fiction seems more than a little obsessed with the idea of murderous automatons, and with good reason: it works. Newcomer developer Uppercut Games has taken the trope to mobile gaming with EPOCH, a post-apocalyptic shooter that does away with the humans altogether (to make room for more robots). The Unreal Engine powers this graphical beast, and it's available for $4.99 for all devices - or at least the ones that can handle it. The gameplay is a curious mix of the cover-based, over-the-shoulder shooting that's become so common in the console world and reactive, gesture-driven combat, a la Infinity Blade.
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Apps/Games - 71/386 - Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets


Tuesday 08th of January 2013 / androidpolice.com
Well, that didn't take that long at all. Less than a month after we first heard about Shaquille O'Neal starring in a post-apocalyptic game that features mutant zombies (yes, you read that right), it's already released! The not-quite-sequel to Shaq Fu, a game so bad that people devote actual time and money to liberating it from existence, brandishes an entirely different gameplay style. Whereas the original was a fighting game along the lines of Mortal Kombat, this game is closer to the second week of Dikembe Mutombo's 4 1/2 Weeks To Save The World. That's exactly the kind of feeling I was hoping for going into this game.
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Apps/Games - 29/388 - Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets


Friday 29th of March 2013 / androidpolice.com
Cylons. The Terminator. Gort. Johnny 5. Science fiction seems more than a little obsessed with the idea of murderous automatons, and with good reason: it works. Newcomer developer Uppercut Games has taken the trope to mobile gaming with EPOCH, a post-apocalyptic shooter that does away with the humans altogether (to make room for more robots). The Unreal Engine powers this graphical beast, and it's available for $4.99 for all devices - or at least the ones that can handle it. The gameplay is a curious mix of the cover-based, over-the-shoulder shooting that's become so common in the console world and reactive, gesture-driven combat, a la Infinity Blade.
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Apps/Games - 165/389 - Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets


Saturday 29th of June 2013 / androidpolice.com
Zombies: flesh-eating, mindless ex-humanoid beings with an insatiable lust for carnage. If you love those ultra-violent dirty beasts as much as I do, then you've undoubtedly been waiting with bated breath for the new Madfinger (of Shadowgun fame) first person shooter Dead Trigger. And now, the wait is [almost] over. For the unaware, Dead Trigger puts you behind the gun in the ongoing unholy war against the undead - it's kill or be killed eaten in this post-apocalyptic action-horror thriller. And, starting on Monday, July 2nd, you can finally live out your dreams of surviving the zombie apocalypse (without fear of actually getting eaten) for just $0.99.
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Post-apocalyptic games


Monday 09th of September 2013 / androidforums.com
So are there any good games? I own Rebuild and EPOCH... Overkill is boring and pretty much every game where you don't have story is boring...So if you know good story driven Post-apocalyptic game please write it's name Any genre will do, shooter, rpg (like fallout for example) paltformer and so on...
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