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I’m sure many of you are aware of Minecraft. It’s a pretty straightforward simulation type game that allows you to build and survive in an open and very pixelated world. I have Minecraft Pocket Edition on my Android (what Minecraft lover doesn’t, right), but the updates seem to take forever. [...]Read More »
I’m pretty sure that everyone knows what Pokemon is. Of course, not everyone is fond of the franchise like me, but that’s okay. I grew up with the Pokemon games and trading cards. I’m always on the lookout for something like the original games, but I’ve never quite found it. [...]Read More »
Lep’s World is a side-scrolling adventure game for Android that’s going to seem very familiar the second you jump into it, but that doesn’t mean it’s just another clone of a classic game. Instead, it creates its own universe that’s both visually appealing and entertaining.[...]
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Wired is a unique game that will challenge you in a very unique way. This puzzle game will be great for visual people who love tricky visual puzzles. It will also be fantastic for people who have grown tired of standard puzzle games and are looking for something completely unique.[...]Read More »
Bloons TD 4 is an extremely popular web-based game that was recently ported to Android. It is a tower defense game and follows typical tower defense gameplay. This game will be a big hit for those who are familiar with and enjoy playing the tower defense genre.[...]
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Google is looking to use the real world as the basis for Ingress, a free mobile game for Android devices. This new game, developed by Google’s app development team Niantic Labs, is an augmented reality game in which the scientists on Earth have undiscovered a new mysterious energy source. You [...]Read More »
Extreme Road Trip 2 is a fast paced scrolling-style game that will test and push your reflexes. This game is designed for those who are constantly looking for excitement and love going at fast speeds. It will be great for people who love racing games, and while it’s not exactly [...]Read More »
Apparatus is a unique puzzle game with one simple objective. This app is great for people who are looking for an extremely challenging puzzle game. It is also great for the creative types who enjoy building structures and messing around with physics.[...]
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What if there was a game that took massively multiplayer gaming to a new and decidedly unique level? What if there was a game that offered more than just a challenge or reward system, but instead offered the players a chance to find something truly amazing at the end of [...]Read More »
Jetpack Joyride is a game where you fly a jetpack in order to avoid obstacles. This game will be a lot of fun you used to be into the older “helicopter style” games. It will also be great if you’ve always secretly wished you could fly a jetpack![...]
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Phuzzle is a unique game that will turn any photo you have or have taken into a puzzle. This fun game can be a great way to have fun with your older photos. It can also be an interesting way to share your favorite photos with your friends and family.[...]Read More »
Remeber that Star Wars-themed Angry Birds Rovio teased us with last week? Yeah, well, it is official — Angry Birds Star Wars is coming on November 8, 2012. While it isn’t entirely clear which platforms the game will be on nor pricing, you can pretty much expect it to be [...]Read More »
The world of sandbox games–games in which you can modify the world around you–is an awesome one. What about games actually about sand? Turns out, they’re pretty awesome too. Burning Sand 3 is a free game that lets you combine 60 different elements in various ways to create a cool [...]Read More »
There are numerous fast-paced puzzlers and acade games out there, and many of them are pretty fun. However, for the most part, there’s not too many original puzzle/acade games: they’re all either Tetris clones or some other knockoff. If you’re looking for something you haven’t already played, pick up Rebirth–it’s [...]Read More »
Since March, Android users have been able to play the extremely famous game Temple Run. Subway Surfers, while not nearly as famous, is now making its ways to Google’s shores as well, and was released into Play Store today. Much like Temple Run, you play as a person running along [...]Read More »
Board games were an integral part of most people’s childhood, but after they grow up, they tend to sit more on the back burner of life. Since the invention of the modern smartphone, however, they’ve made a comeback in the form of quick little games for you to play on [...]Read More »
What happens when a mischievous pig finds its way into a truffle warehouse? You end up with a eccentric game in which you race up and around curves, spins, and even over giant spinning rocks. That’s the idea behind the quirky new game Farm Breakout, in which you pilot a [...]Read More »
One day, Chubby was relaxing in the forest when he got a text message. It was time to go home to dinner! There was only one slight issue: he had a very hard time flying, and the sky was littered with obstacles. Help him get home by flying him across [...]Read More »
Pong was a wonderful game… back in the early 70s when it was released. Now, we have games like Call of Duty and Assassin’s Creed, featuring mind-blowingly realistic graphics on increasingly powerful systems. Paddletronic Duel upgrades Pong for the Modern Era, giving it powerups, customizable paddles, and much more game-changing [...]Read More »
In a lot of games, dying is inevitable. You die, and click respawn–it’s that simple. One Single Life is not like that–not at all. In it, you get but a single life. You have to risk it by jumping between buildings, and the jumps get harder as they go. At [...]Read More »
Some games are fast-paced. Others are much more relaxing. Mohuca (stylized mohuca.) is one of the relaxed ones. In it, there’s only one goal: survive for as long as possible.
To play Mohuca, you do one thing: tap on the screen. If you come across a roadblock, you tap [...]Read More »
Are you a fan of racing games on your phone? Try Lunar Racer: it’s a free racing app, and in it, you have to race on alien planets while managing gravity and nitro. But watch out! The powerups are dangerous, so you’ve got to keep an eye out.
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Are you looking for an awesome, addictive puzzle game? I know I’m not. I’ve gotten way too addicted to tiny little games on my phone, and now I–hey! Check out HueBrix! It’s a tough visual space game in which you need to trace out the paths required to fill up [...]Read More »
Are you a fan of multiplayer games such as Connect Four and Reversi? Boardfeud is a free multi-game, multiplayer app that lets you play not one, not two, but three different games, over the internet. You can play with friends, play for fun, or play for rankings.
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If you’ve played most of the popular Android games, you’ve probably played Doodle Jump, the game where you must get the Doodler as high as possible while avoiding evil monsters, black holes, and the like, and using various devices to get you as high as possible. Hiigher is like that, [...]Read More »
Pshhhhh! The fire quickly disappears as you shoot it with the thirty meter water cannon. That takes care of that problem! It appears that the most recent meteor shower has endangered the Titan village, and it’s your job to put them out.
In Sprinkle, you play the role of the [...]Read More »
Are you a fan of Tetris-style games? If you are, you might be interested in Cubifice. It’s similar to Jewels, but instead of trying to remove the most blocks possible, you have to get the blocks to fall perfectly into the white outline at the bottom.
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Are you an avid Angry Birds player? Don’t bother with that silly game! Instead, involve yourself with the cool guys and pick up some golf. Super Stickman Golf, that is: this game is a fun physics puzzler/golf game with over 250 levels.
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Are you a fan of words and letters? Letris is a word-based game–rather, three word-based games in one–that involve selecting and removing words from a Tetris-like field.
Letris has three different game modes. In the first, titled Letris, letters fall from the ceiling. You have to select words from the [...]Read More »
There are some puzzle games that make you gasp: they’re simultaneously unique and awesomely fun. Trainyard is one of those games. You’re challenged with getting correctly-colored trains to their proper terminals. However, it’s not that simple: you’ve also got to combine, recolor, and split trains to get them there.
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“There is no law, no restraint in this seething cauldron of vice and depravity.” – The New York Tribune, 1868
Do you have what it takes to be an Old West cowboy? If you’re feeling the need to pit your reaction times against others, Ready Steady Bang is a nice [...]Read More »
Chess is a real game of skill. There are thousands of different moves, each one leading to even more moves, and eventually to an inevitable conclusion. If you’re travelling, however, and don’t want to take up all that space with a chess board, download Chess Free to your phone or [...]Read More »
Do you remember playing that three-jewel matching game on your old Nokia dumbphone? I certainly do, and it was actually quite fun. Now, you can get the exact same game on your Android smartphone with Jewels.
There’s really not too much to Jewels. You simply have to find and tap [...]Read More »
There’s something about air hockey that makes it fun no matter where you are and who you’re with. It doesn’t even matter if you’re any good–it’s just a great way to spend time with friends. Unfortunately, air hockey tables are expensive. If you’ve got an Android phone or tablet, Glow [...]Read More »