OrangePixel’s open-world survival adventure ‘Ashworld’ just landed on the Play Store

OrangePixel’s Ashworld interestingly combines open-world survival gameplay with 2D platforming in a strange mashup of pixel-based post-apocalyptic madness. It was initially released on PC back in September of 2017, and it hit iOS three months later in December. But as always, Android users have to wait patiently for their turn. Well, it would appear that Ashworld has finally landed on the Google Play Store as of this morning and you can grab it right now for $ 3.99.

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New iOS Games on Our Forums: ‘Getting Over It’, ‘Streets of Rage’, ‘Portal Knights’, ‘Ashworld’, ‘Runewards’, and TONS More

Sorry this new games roundup is coming a bit later in the day than we typically post them, this is basically me today, looking at my inbox. We’re in the magical time of the year where developers are all jockeying for position to get their games out for the holiday season, which in App Store terms, means releasing today, tomorrow, or next week. I’ve agreed to so many embargoes to cover all this stuff I’ve actually written them down on a piece of paper to not get anything confused. PAPER! Like I’m in the stone age or something. Today’s made-up holiday perfectly fits in with how the rest of my ultra-frantic day has gone, as it’s National Microwave Day, an appliance which I will most assuredly use to make some food, whenever I get five minutes, at some point today.

Anyway, here’s all the new games that have been posted to our forums so far, and there will be many, many more things which will likely pop up at random I’m sure:

More games are showing up all the time and I’m just going to hit publish on this now because every time I’m about to do that I add another game and at this rate this is never going to get published otherwise. ANYWAY, off to my inbox, seeya.