Mastiff unveils four new games for release this year

An in-game screenshot from 'Arcade Island: Volume One'. An in-game screenshot from 'Arcade Island: Volume One'. MASTIFF GAMES

Game developer/publisher Mastiff Games will be releasing four new computer games later this year with three of them coming out this Summer.

For those who like to rack 'em up, Pool Elite is what Mastiff refers to as "the most comprehensive and hyper-realistic billiards experience to date."  Releasing for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, the game features hyper-realistic physics powered by NVidia PhysX and as been finely tuned by actual billiards champions.  Players have the option of not only traditional pool, but also 3 Cushion, Carom, 9-Ball, Snooker, as well as a variety of mini games and challenges.  Furthermore, players can participate in tournaments and complete daily and weekly objectives to earn in-game rewards and gifts that can be redeemed for valuable equipment and player customization.

Coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this summer will be Arcade Islands: Volume One.  It's a collection of 33 pick-up-and-play games for as many as four players in both co-op and competitive play.

The third and final game coming out this Summer is Heavy Fire: Red Shadow, the next chapter in the eight-year-old Heavy Fire video game series.  A 360° arcade style first-person shooter, the game is slated to release on Xbox One, PS4 (with PlayStation VR support), and PC.

The fourth and final of the newly-announced games from Mastiff is Home Sweet Home, a first-person horror adventure inspired by Thai myths and beliefs.  In the game, players join a man’s search for his missing wife.  Completely unarmed, players need to rely on their wits to survive.  Home Sweet Home is expected to release in the Autumn.

Mastiff says additional information on the four new video games will be released in the coming months.

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