Mobile Game Roundup: Satellina Zero, Logic Traces and More

Here's a look at some of the mobile games released this week.

Are you looking for a new mobile game to play this weekend? There are plenty of new games available for you to try, including Fortress Legends from Bandai Namco Entertainment America. The fortress-building game allows users to team up with other players in real-time to attack other players’ fortresses.

Next, Industrial Toys released Midnight Star: Renegade. The shooter allows users to complete single-player campaign levels, as well as compete in daily and weekly events.

In addition, Devolver Digital released Reigns this week. Developed by Nerial, the game allows users to become monarchs and make decisions with the goal of maintaining balance between four different factions.

Elsewhere, Kobojo released Primal Legends, a match-three puzzle battle game that allows users to create teams of heroes and compete in single-player and multiplayer battles.

Finally, Pixel Hero Games launched Eisenhorn: Xenos. Set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, the game sees players become Gregor Eisenhorn, an Inquisitor who must protect the Imperium from threats.

If you’re looking for a different game to play, here’s a look at some of the additional mobile games released this week.

Satellina Zero (Free on iOS) – This arcade game from Moon Kid asks players to catch symbols as they fall from the top of the screen. Players can drag their fingers across the bottom of the screen to move their cursors, and they can tap to switch the color of the falling shapes. Shapes must be the proper color in order to be collected. Games end when players fail to catch a shape, or when they catch a shape of the wrong color. The game includes nine levels to unlock, and users can also unlock new color palettes over time. Satellina Zero will launch on Android on August 17.

Summoners Fantasy (Free on iOS) – In this card battle game from Icesimba and Darknights, users take turns playing cards to the game board, with each card having a number on each of its four sides. As users place cards next to other cards, the numbers on the touching sides are compared, and the card with the higher number takes control of the other card if it belonged to the enemy. Users may be able to take control of more than one card on a single turn by forming combos. Users can collect new cards for their decks over time.

Warpy Leap (Free on iOS) – This level-based runner from MiniGamr challenges players to collect the three stars in each stage to use them as fuel for their time machines. In each stage, the player’s character runs across the screen automatically, and players must tap to help them jump over obstacles and gaps in the path. When players make mistakes, they have the option to spend star shards, the game’s currency, to rewind to one or two seconds before they failed, instead of starting over from the beginning of the level. Users can also spend star shards on power-ups, which may help them complete stages. When players collect all three stars in a stage, they’ll receive a new playable character.

Worm Drop (Free on iOS) – From Space Puppy Games, Worm Drop asks players to feed 30 baby birds in each level by tapping to cause the mama bird to drop worms into their mouths. The mama bird flies across the screen automatically, and players will need to tap a short time before they reach each baby bird so the worm will fall in the proper trajectory to reach it. Games end when players fail to feed a baby bird. Users can start over from the beginning of the stage if they make a mistake.

Unusual Space Runner (Free on Android) – This runner from Silverfang allows players to “use gravitational waves” to help their characters bounce across the screen and avoid obstacles. Users can also slow their characters down to avoid obstacles in the path. The game includes additional playable characters to unlock.