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Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 3 weeks or so.

This edition focuses only on new games. The app roundup is coming up soon.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

Featured App

The Tiny Bang Story

Today's roundup is sponsored by The Tiny Bang Story by Herocraft. Your hero is assigned with rebuilding his miniature planet, but this is no Sim-style game - it's an old-school point-and-click adventure through and through. Beautiful 2D environments and brainteasers are included for just $2.99, but if you want to try it out first, there's now a free demo on the Google Play Store. The full version is on sale for 99 cents starting yesterday (December 11th).

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Welcome to Tiny Planet, a gorgeous steampunk inspired world sadly devastated by a recent asteroid strike. Your mission is to help rebuild this beautiful idyll and restore it to its former glory. To do so you'll need to hunt hidden objects, solve puzzles and conquer devilish brain teasers.The Tiny Bang Story is set across five distinct chapters each with their own lovingly hand-drawn location, which combined with the enchanting music created just for this game, adds up to an immersive and crowd-pleasing experience. With no text in the game users will intuitively find their way around the planet, work out what tasks need to be completed next and forge their own path through this unique adventure.

 

Games

Hyperwave

Android Police review: Hyperwave Review: There's A Lot To Like About Lasers

When some big mean mother-hubbard wants to tear you a structurally superfluous new behind, use a gun. If that doesn't work? Use a ginormous frickin' laser. Hyperwave combines classic space shooter gameplay with trippy Tron Legacy-style visuals and music, for a frantic shooting experience that's well worth the low price. If you're looking for old-school gameplay with a fresh coat of paint, download it now.

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The battle against the evil aliens invaders continues with Hyperwave. Finally, after over an year, the battle against the evil aliens invaders continues with Hyperwave, the new game of the hyper-series created by the same team of Hyperlight. Hyperwave combines the mechanics of classic arcade games of the old 80’s with those of modern sci-fi shooters, offering a both familiar and innovative gameplay which includes all the elements that make great a traditional shoot 'em up, but reproposed in a different context in which a strong strategic component is added to fast-paced action that we expect from this type of game.

Raiden Legacy

Android Police review: Raiden Legacy Review: A Reminder That Video Games Used To Be Really, Really Hard

If you expect regenerating health, unlimited lives and IAP invulnerability in your games, then Raiden Legacy is not for you. This collection of classic top-down shooters is for gamers who bled their fingers and their pockets trying to get to the last level in a smelly, sticky arcade. Who ground their teeth on Battlezone and Asteroids, and longed for a masochistic experience that would give them calloused thumbs and damaged retinas. Excuse me - I'll be over here, playing Angry Birds.

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RAIDEN LEGACY, a four-title compilation of the mega-popular RAIDEN arcade series, includes RAIDEN, RAIDEN FIGHTERS, RAIDEN FIGHTERS 2 & RAIDEN FIGHTERS JET. Originally developed by Seibu Kaihatsu, each of these classic scrolling shooters has not only been authentically recreated for mobile, but also enhanced with brand-new features. Each RAIDEN LEGACY title includes three different modes: “Arcade Mode” (just like the original); “Mission Mode”, which allows you to play any unlocked stage; and “Training Mode”, which, true to its name, allows you to excel at your favorite stages and practice the most difficult ones. 15+ different ships, each with their own characteristics, stats, weapons, and specials. Also, some ships come complete with “charged shots” – useful for when the screen is 90% covered with enemies.

Hamilton's Adventure THD

Android Police review: Hamilton's Great Adventure THD Review: A Puzzle Game That's Heavy On Charm... And Frustration

Go ahead, look at those screenshots without humming the Indiana Jones theme. You can't. It's OK, I forgive you. Hamilton's Great Adventure is a puzzle game that tasks you with guiding the titular character and his feathered friend through various environments, collecting treasure and solving a mystery along the way. You'll need a Tegra machine (and lots of patience) to play. Part two, a separate purchase, can be found here.

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Put your problem solving to the test. Collect all the bling to get max score. The action-puzzler Hamilton's Great Adventure, previously released to console and PC, is now made available on Android. It retains the depth and visual quality from the console game while using the unique controls available on tablets to create a new take on a very challenging game. This first part of the Hamilton’s Great Adventure THD takes you through 22 puzzles, located in the steamy jungle of Amazonas or the windy mountain sides of Himalaya.

 

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Android Police coverage: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Returns, Now With Play Store Asset Downloads

After a brief takedown to iron out some technical difficulties, the best Grand Theft Auto ever (shut up, you know it's true) is now available on Android. Vice City takes the well-known formula and gives it an acid wash, sending the player back to the 80s to take over the underground world of "I can't believe it's not Miami". If you've never played another Grand THeft game, play this one.

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Welcome back to Vice City. Welcome back to the 1980s. From the decade of big hair, excess and pastel suits comes a story of one man's rise to the top of the criminal pile. Vice City, a huge urban sprawl ranging from the beach to the swamps and the glitz to the ghetto, was one of the most varied, complete and alive digital cities ever created. Combining open-world gameplay with a character driven narrative, you arrive in a town brimming with delights and degradation and given the opportunity to take it over as you choose.

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Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour Available Now For $6.99, Still Wants To Be Call Of Duty When It Grows Up

Modern Combat needs no introduction. Partly because it's a shameless Call of Duty ripoff, but mainly because it's also one of the best and most-loved FPS franchises on Android. Modern Combat 4 uses the mobile version of the Havok engine, which is (perhaps appropriately) the same thing that powers Black Ops 2.

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Arm yourself for FPS action. The #1 Action FPS game is back on smartphone with a new chapter to push the boundaries of mobile gaming even further. In the wake of nuclear warfare, the only chance to avoid global devastation is in the hands of the few elite soldiers who must track down and rescue the world’s leaders from a frighteningly familiar terrorist group.

CHAOS RINGS Ω

Android Police review: Running Rings Around Other RPGs: Chaos Rings Omega Review

Yes, it's expensive. Yes, it's huge. Yes, it's clearly a somewhat sloppy iOS port. But Square Enix's Chaos Rings series is bread and butter to Japanese RPG fans, and the latest sequel is no exception. Battles and travel occur in full 3D, with translated voice acting and console-style battle systems. If you love the later Final Fantasy games (which share a lot of developer talent with this series) you'll find Chaos Rings Omega well worth the high price.

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The latest version of CHAOS RINGS, the smash-hit and best-selling game in fifteen countries, now comes to Android. CHAOS RINGS Omega is the latest installment in the globally successful CHAOS RINGS series of role-playing games. Players can now enjoy enjoy all of the following on their Android devices: gorgeous 3-D graphics, smooth animations, a classic RPG gameplay feel, refined user interfaces, a rich story that ties in directly to the previously released CHAOS RINGS, and more. The story is based on the Arc Arena life-or-death tournament. This fight to the death takes places on Earth, a full 10,000 years before the events of the previous game. As the youthful and daring Vieg, you will take part in epic battles directly related to the CHAOS RINGS story, the tragedies that arose because of them, and a wondrous tale ten millennia in the making.

Broken Sword II Smoking Mirror

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Point-And-Click Legend George Stobbart Returns In Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror

Point and click adventures are getting a major comeback on smartphones and tablets, thanks in no small part to the fact that the "click" part has been taken out of the equation. And in that hard-boiled fraternity lies Broken Sword, one of the most beloved adventure series of all time. The original has been available for Android for some time, but now Broken Sword II is yours for the taking (and for four dollars). Too bad it seems to have some compatibility issues at the moment.

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‘Broken Sword II – the Smoking Mirror : Remastered’ sees the return of George Stobbart and Nico Collard in the sequel to the smash hit ‘Broken Sword: Director’s Cut’, widely praised as the best adventure available for Android. While investigating a ruthless drug gang, journalist Nico Collard unexpectedly comes across an ancient artefact. Little can she know that the ornately carved obsidian stone will lead her, and her adventuring companion George Stobbart, into a mysterious escapade of intrigue and deceit, in which they must overcome powerful forces and antagonists who will stop at nothing to fulfil their evil ambitions.

ZENONIA® 5

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Once More, With Feeling: Gamevil's Zenonia 5 Available Now With Global Multiplayer

If you've played Zenonia before, you know how this goes: action RPG antics with anime styling. Zenonia 5 is free, like the last two entries, but this time you've got an even greater incentive to shell out for in-app purchases: asynchronous player versus player combat.

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Long ago, a great war was fought to restore peace and harmony to mankind. But as the years passed, greed and selfishness corrupted the hearts of man. The elite rich began to exploit the poor and great darkness came over the kingdom. Then, from the ruins of a slum village, rises a hero destined for greatness. Immerse yourself once again in the best action RPG for mobile. Defeat impossible bosses and unravel the mysteries in stunning HD. Play like you’ve never played before as each action sequence syncs in tune with your second by second reflexes and reactions.

Yesterday

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Yesterday Comes To Android, Point-And-Click Noir Adventure Intact

If you're not familiar with Yesterday, you obviously haven't been hanging out in indie game circles. It's a celebrated (and somewhat rare) new entry in the point-and-click adventure genre, complete with a thriller noir story, amnesia, murder, and other fun stuff. The graphics have made their way to Android more or less intact.

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The first thriller by the indie studio that created the million-selling Runaway saga. A psycho is killing beggars alive in New York. A Y-shaped scar forms in the hands of seemingly unrelated people. The press and the media just don't care, so Henry White, a young NGO volunteer, will be the first to investigate the crimes with his friend Cooper. They are two of the three playable characters in Yesterday, the third being none other than the enigmatic John Yesterday, who is dragged into this twisted plot after his memory is completely wiped. How far will you go to find out who John Yesterday is? An adult, noir thriller full of unexpected twists and turns.

Creatorverse

Android Police coverage: Creatorverse Takes The Rube Goldberg Machine To The Next Level, Lets You Create Basically Anything You Want And Share It With The World

Physics games are so yesterday. Rules? Goals? Those are for people who can't think outside the box. This seems to be the idea behind Creatorverse, which takes said box, crushes it, explodes it into tiny pieces, then lets you make a skateboarding elephant out of them. Anyone who's ever gotten a kick out of Mousetrap will be entertained, and those who thought that Amazing Alex and Bad Piggies were too limiting will be able to flex their creative muscles.

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Set your creations in motion. Become an inventor as you design unique creations and then set them in motion. You’ll never know what to expect as you watch your creations bounce, roll, tilt or even accelerate on the screen. Let your creations come to life as you play with different joints, forces, motors, teleporters, and inputs then watch what happens next. From the simplest bouncing ball to an elaborate pinball machine, the possibilities for tinkering are endless on Creatorverse.

   

Clay Jam

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Zynga Brings 'Family Friendly Weirdness' To The Play Store With Clay Jam

Normally I'd be the first to slam Zynga for a lack of creativity, but you know what? A game with clay characters and environments is pretty much the first time I've ever seen the Katamari Damacy actually make sense. Well played. Of course, there's still the obligatory in-app purchases - Zynga can't stop being completely evil, after all.

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Save the land of Clay Jam from the fearsome Bully Beasts in this fun-packed action game. Guide Fat Pebble as he rolls down five weird and wonderful hills in a world made entirely from clay. Squash monsters on the way, and he'll grow and grow and GROW. Get all the way to the bottom of the hill and meet the nasty Bully Beasts. Can you collect enough clay to free the monsters and save Clay Jam?

DRAGON SLAYER

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Dragon Slayer Is A Magical Showdown Against An Army Of Ancient Reptiles

The dragon battles of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim were, without a doubt, the highlight of the game. So why not cut to the chase and start fileting flying lizards right away? If you like your lizards to fly and your armor to have that nice charred look that's so popular with the squires these days, try Dragon Slayer - but be warned: you'll need pretty fearsome hardware to run it at its best. Also, if you're the kind of Level 40 Druid who knows the difference between a wyvern and a wyrm, you'll enjoy the varied creature design.

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Dragon Slayer is a visually spectacular, magic-based combat game. The Dragon Slayers are hunting once again and you have answered the call. Dragon Slayer is a visually spectacular, magic-based combat game that is brought to you by the studio that brought you Blood & Glory and Blood & Glory: Legend. Challenge massive dragons, wyverns, and reptiles as you traverse the map of the fantasy realm. Cast deadly spells and avoid the flaming breath, bite, tail-whip and talons of the Dragon Bosses. Equip magical gauntlets, cloak armor and pets to slay more dragons.

Toy Defense

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Melesta's Toy Defense Comes To Android – Become 'A Truly Great Leader' While Playing With Toys

The Army Men games of the PlayStation era were definitely fun, but they were all along the lines of "shoot everything and then shoot it some more." If you want a thinkin' man's game (with toy soldiers), try Toy Defense, which puts a shiny plastic sheen on the somewhat tired tower defense genre. 24 levels and 9 types of enemy units should... wait, the developer is named Melesta? Um... no comment.

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Toy soldiers but real war. Take charge of your army and defend the tower against advancing waves of enemies. Toy Defense is the ultimate simulation experience where you are the one to make the decision and build the line of defense. Lead you army to victory by any means. Use different types of upgradable units available in your arsenal and place them in strategic points along the routes of enemy tanks, transporters and airplanes. Deflect multiple attacks, eliminate foes, improve your strategy and become a truly great leader. Welcome to the world of Toy Defense, tower defense at its finest.

Splice

Android Police coverage: Cipher Prime Studios' Abstract Microbial Puzzler 'Splice' Now Out For Android

What's it like in the lives of the rich and microscopic? Splice aims to find out. In this chill puzzler (a port from the PC) you're tasked with making new forms in a limited number of moves. The game is deceptively simple, but you'll have a hard time beating some of the later puzzles.

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Splice is an experimental and artistic puzzler. Immerse yourself in its microbial world and start splicing. Every level ("strand") consists of a number of cells that you will need to rearrange into a target structure in several moves ("splices"). Exploration and experimentation are key in determining how the curious little cells react to each other. Predict the sequence of splices you'll have to make in order to successfully arrange each strand. Re-sequence, mutate, and splice your way through this unique puzzle experience, and you'll exercise your ability to visualize sequential series of shapes over time. Solve your way to the final strands and you'll be left with a heady sense of mental accomplishment.

Jet Set Radio

Android Police review: Jet Set Radio Review: As Funky As Ever, But Controls Are A Grind

If you're a fan of the original Jet Set Radio (Jet Grind Radio in the US), then you've already bought the Android version and plugged in your best headphones. For everyone else, $5 might be worth it for the unique graphics and awesome music, but the game part of this game suffers from some regrettable virtual controls. New to the game are support for camera-based graffiti and swipe spray gestures.

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Tag, grind, and trick to the beat in SEGA’s hit game Jet Set Radio. Fight for control of Tokyo-to, mark your turf with graffiti, tag walls, billboards, and even rival gang members. Perform tricks and flips on magnetically driven in-line skates, but watch out for the local police force. Jet Set Radio is now part of Sega’s Heritage Collection Series and features high resolution visuals. Jet Set Radio has been updated with new features specifically for your mobile device. Swipe the screen to apply graffiti and use your device’s camera to take pictures and spray them in game.

Freeze!

Android Police coverage: [New game] Physics Puzzler "Freeze!" Blends Striking Black And White Visuals With Mind-Bending Challenges

Real innovation is thin on the ground in mobile gaming, but Freeze! bucks the trend. Guide your character through a circular maze with the aid of gravity and a freeze time mechanic. It's kind of like those old marble games, plus temporal powers. The visuals are the vanilla icing on the chocolate cake here.

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Dare to escape from the prison worlds. Free for a short time only, with the entire first world (25 levels). It was a wonderful day for our anonymous hero, at least until the moment when he was torn from his loved ones by a viciously sharp grappling hook. Locked in a cramped cell on a planet far, far away, our hero could give in to despair and abandon himself to his fate. But with your help he can overcome gravity, turn worlds, and even – escape. Solving the rotating, physics-based puzzles is easy - just use your finger to continuously turn the cell in both directions around our hero. Of course you also have to make clever use of the Freeze. button, which can overcome gravity. Sound simple? It is – at first...

Littlest Pet Shop

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Gameloft Teams Up With Hasbro To Launch Littlest Pet Shop With An Overdose Of Cute

I'm a 25-year-old man. I don't always play with little girls' toys, but when I do, it's My Little Pony. (No, not really.) But for those whose tastes for cute and fuzzy run a little smaller, there's Littlest Pet Shop, which plays kind of like a mix between Pokemon and, well, every Barbie game ever. Have fun, kiddos - and parents, keep an eye on those in-app purchases.

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The official LITTLEST PET SHOP game is now available. Get immersed in the LITTLEST PET SHOP world and collect your favorite pets. Help BLYTHE and her friends, Minka, Penny, Pepper, Russell, Sunil, Vinnie and Zoe to adopt, take care of and entertain cute little pets. Littlest Pet Shop is free to play, but if you wish you can enrich your experience by purchasing game items with real money. You can disable in-app purchases by adjusting your device’s settings.

 

Star Defender 4 (Free)

Android Police coverage: Star Defender 4 Is Out - It's Like Space Invaders On Steroids

Another top-down shooter - but this one will thrill fans of the genre. Star Defender 4 has some of the best sprite-based ship and background designs out there, with enough bullets and lasers to keep even the most ADD-riddled fans occupied for days. Protect humanity from the scum of the universe for free, or pay $2 for the full version.

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Ready to fight? Then go ahead with Star Defender 4. Try before buy. Start your adventure for free and unlock the whole game without leaving the app. Who can dare to confront numerous hordes of Inserctus and to protect the native Galaxy? What do the Black Holes hide inside them and where do they lead? To answer these questions one should become a hero of Star Defender 4 game who is brave and strong enough to break this dark silence. Humanity has nothing to do but to keep their faith and believe that their first pilot will be able to complete his mission and come back home safe and sound.

MONOPOLY Millionaire

Android Police coverage: [New Game] EA Launches Monopoly Millionaire – 'Risk It All In A Dash For A Million In Cash'

It's Monopoly - what more can we say? A lot, actually: Monopoly Millionaire mixes up the classic formula by making wealth, not property, the primary focus. Sure, you can try to collect all four railroads and both utilities, but if that guy sitting on the purple and orange collects more rent, you're out of luck. Remember, Gordon: greed is good. So good that EA includes its Daily Deals widget. Woo. International readers, click here for the worldwide version.

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FIRST TO A MILLION WINS. THIS IS NOT YOUR MOM'S MONOPOLY: Are you ready to do whatever it takes to bank a million bucks first and become a MONOPOLY Millionaire? "GO" for it. Trade properties on the sly, force powerful land-grabbing deals, and risk it all – in a private jettin’, yacht clubbin’ dash for a million in cash.

 

Top Gear SSR

Android Police coverage: Top Gear Stunt School Revolution Finally On The Play Store, Is The Best (And Only) Top Gear Android Game... In The World

Top Gear is already pretty over the top (pun intended). So when you give these guys a video game, it tends to get insane pretty quickly. We're talking loop-de-loops, jumps across the red square, et cetera. Don't expect any real cars here - it's all about fun. The free version offers a limited amount of tracks, but the full version is $1.

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Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution. Join the Millions who are playing Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution and download now. With incredible visuals, loads of outrageous cars, iconic world locations, endless and mostly ridiculous customizations and truly unbelievable stunts, it’s everything you’d expect from the Top Gear team. Want to balloon hop a motor home to clear the Grand Canyon? Use your sports car and escape Alcatraz by leaping as far as you can and landing on a barge? Speed through a roller-coaster on a New York skyscraper with a cow on your pickup? You can do all this and more in Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution.

Isaac Newton's Gravity 2

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Namco Releases Isaac Newton's Gravity 2 With Even More Physics Fun Than The Original

If you're going to put the grandfather of physics franchises in the title, you'd better bring your a-game. Of course, if anyone's qualified to do that, it's Namco. The sequel to their original mobile puzzle game is here, with more than a hundred brain-teasing levels for two bucks - hey Square Enix, are you getting this?

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Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 is a feature-rich, intuitive physics-based puzzle game.The chart-topping Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 returns in this stunning sequel. Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 is a feature-rich, intuitive physics-based puzzle game. The goal is easy - press the red button but do you have the cleverness and creativity it takes?

Avengers Initiative

Android Police review: Needs More Training: Avengers Initiative Review

It's finally here! Avengers Initiative is available for one and all on the Play Store (on supported devices, that is)! And it's... kind of okay! This Infinity Blade-inspired fighting game stars the Hulk (and no one else) as he smashes through the B-list of Marvel villainy. Hit-or-miss graphics, a huge footprint, and a lack of originality are downers, but long-time Marvel fans should find plenty to love - just look at that Planet Hulk costume!

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Download the first installment of Marvel's biggest cross‐over mobile gaming event... Level up, gear up, and fight as Hulk in the first adventure of an episodic series built exclusively for touch screen devices. Track down and defeat some of the world's most notorious villains like Wendigo, Abomination, The Kronan, and The Skrulls, and help THE AVENGERS pull the world back from the brink of catastrophe. Marvel’s Avengers Initiative, an episodic mobile gaming event unlike any other. In the wake of The Pulse, The Vault, a top‐secret S.H.I.E.L.D. facility in the Rocky Mountains, has busted open, releasing all of the super‐powered criminals and monsters imprisoned there. Aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, Nick Fury recruits a reluctant HULK to round up all the monsters he can while S.H.I.E.L.D. can assemble the rest of THE AVENGERS to figure out who opened the doors to The Vault‐ and why.

BattleFriends at Sea

Android Police coverage: [New Game] BattleFriends At Sea Is Like Battleship Online For Android, Except Prettier

Remember Battleship? No, not the awful action movie with an inexplicable Liam Neeson fighting aliens, the board game that every kid played on a rainy day. Well, this is the same basic idea, with a lot of eye candy. And no aliens. Turns are exchanged in the Draw Something style, ensuring steady play with friends or strangers.

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Challenge your friends to a sea battle. Play with Facebook pals or defy a random opponent and set the sea on fire in this stunning reimagining of a beloved classic. It’s easy to get started. Just connect with Facebook to find and play with friends. Everybody knows these rules so you won’t have any trouble finding allies and enemies alike. Invite your friends by Facebook or e-mail. Take a short break to fire just one shot or play many turns at once when you have more time. Start playing on the phone at work, continue on tablet at home.

Sailboat Championship

Android Police coverage: [New Game] Infinite Dreams Takes To The Seas With Sailboat Championship

Yacht racing is a sport reserved for those who think golden toilets are the territory of the upper-middle class, but all you need to get into Infinite Dreams' Sailboat Championship is two bucks. This decidedly chill racing game has some great atmosphere (is that the Colossus of Rhodes?) and plenty of collectable boats.

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Racing experience like never before. We have the pleasure to invite you to participate in a sea racing experience like never before. It does not matter if you are a novice or adept sailor - Sailboat Championship is the best sailing game you can find. Participate in thrilling regattas and fast paced races against computer-controlled opponents, upgrade and unlock new boats, complete amazing and action-filled courses and collect all in-game trophies and gold awards. Become the ultimate master of Sailboat Championship - the only true and addicting sailing simulation with unique gameplay for your device.

Spellwood: Word Game Adventure

Android Police coverage: [New Game] SEGA's Spellwood: Word Game Adventure Combines Wizardry And Tile-Based Word Play

Puzzle Quest mixed up RPG action with reversi-style puzzles, and now Sega hopes to do the same with Scrabble-style word games. Spellwood challenges you to get the highest word score while also traveling a fantasy world and honing your magical abilities... with spelling. Just go with it, it's actually a lot of fun.

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Become a word wizard. Spellwood is a word game adventure that makes you better at word games. Wield words in battle, mix it up with magic, and feel your powers grow. Use magic items that increase letter and word scores, change letters, restore health, and more. Young or new to word games, it’s fun and easy to build words on the smaller board where the words disappear.

 

Elements Battle

Speaking of Puzzle Quest...

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A spectacular combination of deep fantasy role-playing and Match-3 puzzles. A young disciple of the elements must take on an epic journey to retrieve missing objects at the behest of his master, Director Fiaryntus. As our hero embarks on this journey he is tasked with confronting all manner of creatures to procure these lost items. Using your training in the elements, you must battle enemies with the power of fire, water, air and earth. Several friends will offer advice along the way, including Pixie, your trusted advisor and even Director Fiaryntus himself.

Bane of Yoto Ep:2 Tegra SE

Are you a fan of "motion comics" and/or horror? Then Bane of Yoto is a great way to spend three bucks. But if you want the animated goodness in this or the free starter issue, you'll need a Tegra device to do so.

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The rebellion has risen. Following the first action-packed comic episode, “Monster,” episode II explores the events that lead to Yoto’s transformation and the relationship he has with his rebel brother, Eon, in an action-packed plot where they must battle for their very existence in a brutal world. Drawing rave reviews for its originality and vision, The Bane of Yoto embraces the digital medium and modern, mobile technology, ushering in a new entertainment genre defined as Dreamotion™.

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • defred34

    Not too shabby. I got a few of them. MC4 predictably runs like shit on Tegra 3, so F*ck Gameloft for that crap. 7 bucks down the drain.

    Favorites: Splice, Hamilton, Freeze,Contre Jour, Lightspeeder.

    Will check out: Polygone, Alpha Squadron, Super Monsters

    Complete duds: MC4, Avengers Initiative

    • ickkii

      mc4 runs fine on my transformer prime. suppose there is room for improvement in some areas, but completely playable on my AOSP 4.1 rom. Clearing out memory definitely makes the difference.

      • http://www.facebook.com/cavkic Adnan Cavkic

        could you tell me what rom you're using? I'm using the androwook 1.5

  • Matthew Fry

    Ah poor Rockstar... someone puts a pre release build up and the real thing gets sick with the reviews...

  • jimmy

    just curious, is mc4 playable on mid-end dual core phone, such as those that use tegra 2 or snapdr MSM8225 processor ?
    because my friend said it even lag on sgs3

    • WhoaManWtF

      The snapdragon most likely not, but I know it runs buttery smooth on my Optimus G with the S4 in it...

  • benegessrit

    I'm loving all the adventure games! I do hope The Longest Journey gets re-mastered, or continued!
    Oh, please, please, please!!!

  • Josh Legoza

    My memory may be serving me incorrectly, but I recall articles on this site when Google added IAP abilities to the store praising how now developers can now get rid of their "lite" or "demo" apps and just have one app with IAPs to unlock the full. Now you are praising that they have a lite app and putting down using IAPs to unlock.

    Maybe its a matter of personal preference, or maybe its opinions changing over time, but either way I thought it was interesting.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tom.moris.18 Tom Moris

    Nice list really nice, thx.

    But check this one to streetquest - run is a game, new really good looking game for runners something other form km counters etc.

  • Matt

    Add Number Paradox to this list!! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mirrorseven.numberparadox . Awesome new game

  • Bobby R

    I like Avengers Initiative and one more latest Android game which did not mentioned in the list, Pocket Mafia. Has anyone tried this game?

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