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The term “old school” gets thrown around a lot in gaming these days, but Touch Foo’s Swordigo seems to positively invite comparison to classics like Ghosts & Goblins and Zelda. With 2D platforming on the surface and an action RPG underneath, Swordigo might be confused for a Super NES game if it weren’t for the 3D graphics. And while it doesn’t reach the lofty heights of the classic franchises it imitates, it’s a challenging and worthy game if you’re in for the long haul.
The Play Store is filled with great games to cram onto your mobile device, but there's another Android marketplace you may have forgotten to check. Don't worry, I have your back. Amazon is currently offering eight free games as part of today's Game Pack. If you throw in the usual free app of the day, that actually makes nine games you can get just by hitting up Amazon before the day is up.
HTC isn't going to get its big reveal next month – it looks like the new HTC One (or whatever they call it) is going to be old news by then. This time we have a new press shot from @evleaks of the device with AT&T branding.
The all new HTC One, for AT&T. pic.twitter.com/hDgqEYc693
— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 28, 2014
No, we won’t be discussing who sent it.
Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a speed-running platformer, an unconventional space shooter, a Battleship-inspired defense game, an Adventure Game CCG, and a spooky point-and-click adventure.
Swordigo first came to Android as a part of Humble Mobile Bundle 3, and while it's usually difficult to snag a game for a lower price than pay-what-you-want, this time you can. Developer Touch Foo has released the game into the Play Store as a free download. Swordigo is well-rated on the Apple App Store, and it looks like a pretty safe bet if you're in the mood for an attractive, action-packed platformer.
A few days ago AT&T pushed Android 4.4.2 to its version of the LG G2, and now it's T-Mobile's turn... sort of. No, an OTA isn't hitting the airwaves just yet, but that doesn't mean T-Mobile G2 owners can't get their hands on the OS update right away. A full 1.5GB ROM has found its way from LG's servers to the XDA forums, and it's open for anyone to get their hands on.