Play This Game: Borbudo On Google Play Store

Local and indie developer Rob Lehrbass emailed me this week to let me know about his indie game on the Google Play Store Borbudo - which you can pick up for free right here. Sadly I am without a Google device right now, but you can check out the description and screenshots below!

Borbudo is more than a simple shoot-em-up game; it's a collection of worlds to explore, each with diverse characters, challenges, quests, puzzles, missions, and more! Battle your way through abandoned space stations, jungle battlefields, arctic dungeons and puzzling labyrinths.

Your journey through the worlds of Borbudo will never be the same, but it will always be epic!

You can download the game on your Android devices here, and check out Rob's Patreon if you want to help support him and Borbudo.

Blot Interactive Brings Us 'Oh No! Ninjas!' - Out Now On iOS and Android

It's a mobile heavy day today here at TorontoGameDevs as Blot Interactive released Oh No! Ninjas! on iTunes, and Android.  The game is a typing action game feature ninja' while you tackle 80+ missions unlocking upgrades along the way.

You can pick up the game for free on iOS and Android.

New Trailer For Tram-Panic From Bitr Blok Games

Bitr Blok Games, a group of George Brown Game Design students, have released a new trailer for Tram-Panic. The game has you controlling a street car from our beloved* TTC, and you can check out some screenshots and the trailer below:


Welcome to Tram-Panic! Play as a streetcar operator in the city of Toronto, picking up people throughout the day as bringing them to their stations. Use buffs from your fellow operators to protect the passengers and try to get the highest score or reach your objective before time runs out!

You can follow the developers on Twitter and Facebook. The game is expected to hit Android devices September 2017.

* - Lol, no one loves the TTC

Skate City Gameplay Gets Tweeted

In an interesting way to show off gameplay, Snowman and Agens have been tweeting some footage of their upcoming mobile game, Skate City. I've copied a few below, but check out their Twitter and follow them to stay up to date.

The game is set to come out for iOS and Android, but we'll have to wait a bit to see when that is. In the meantime, we can look forward to Alto's Odyssey, Where Cards Fall, and Distant.

Orphan Black: The Game Out On iOS And Android

Boat Rocker Media have made an turn-based adventure game based on the popular TV show Orphan Black.  Players guide clones through puzzles set in the Orphan Black universe, and reliving elements of the TV Show. The game is available right now on Android, and iOS. Make sure to check out the trailer and screenshots below.

Shift From Mega Power Games Out Now On Android

Thanks to Twitter (and Instagram), we found out about a new Toronto developer - enter: Mega Power Games. The studio of one is committed to "making simple, yet fun games that reflect the older days of video gaming with a modern twist."

The first game coming out of new studio is Shift, a free to play puzzle game where you tap coloured blocks to clear them out before time expires. The game also allows the player to change the gravity in order to set up combos. The game is on Android, so make sure to check out the screenshots, and trailer below and give it a download.

Make sure to also follow Mega Power Games on Twitter, Instagram, and FaceBook.

Dashy Square Out Now On iOS, Android, and Steam

Dashy Square, the endless rhythm-runner from Toronto developer Kas is officially out on iOS, Android, and Steam. The full version (2.0) now includes a level editor, which lets you create, and share levels.

Dash, jump and fly your way through epic levels with rhythm-based gameplay! Create, share and play custom levels with a wide variety of music soundtracks.

Simple one click gameplay, easy to pick up but hard to master!'

You can check out the trailer below, and download the game on iOS, Android, and Steam.

Kings of Pool From Uken Games Out Now On iOS And Android

A game that has pretty much taken over most of my evenings was released on iOS and Android a few weeks back. Kings of Pool from our friends at Uken Games is a free to play billiard game that lets players create their own club and battle others online (make sure to join the TorontoGameDevs group!). You can download the game for free on iOS here, and Android here. Follow them on FaceBook is stay up to date on everything involving the game.

Download This Game: Knot Fun

Indie Dev Adam Stox reached out to me to let me know some of the games he's worked on, including Knot Fun. The free download, which is available on iOS and Android has surpassed over half a million downloads and has players untying knots. You can check out the video below, and make sure to follow Adam on Twitter.

Built By Snowman Announces Skate City For Mobile

Toronto developer Built By Snowman is still at it. After announcing Alto's Odyssey late last year, they have also announced Skate City, a game they are working on with Norway developer Agnes. You can check out the teaser trailer below.

Snowman says they are trying something a little different with Skate City, and we'll have to wait a bit longer for more info. The game is expected to hit Android and iOS.