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Polarbit Releases 'Cracking Sands', A Cartoon Racer With Guns, Lasers, And Other Destructive Crap–But It's Not As Exciting As It Sounds

Everyone appreciates a good racing game. Likewise, most also enjoy blowing stuff up. When the two are married into one game, one would think the result would be amazing. Unfortunately, that's not always the case. Let's take Polarbit's new title Cracking Sands as an example – the screenshots look good, the video is promising, but the game itself... well, that's something else altogether. Now, I'm not saying it's a bad game, because it's not. It works well and it looks good – I was just bored within the first race. Perhaps I've become jaded after years of playing different Android games.

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[New Game] Tank Hero: Laser Wars Brings All-New Graphics Engine, Boss Battles, And Deathmatch Mode To The Tiny Tank Arena

It's a known fact that people of all ages love to blow things up with undersized tanks. It's satisfying, destructive, and cute all at the same time - three things that the human heart needs to survive. As such, there are a few games in the Play Store that satisfy this basic human need with tiny-tank gameplay; one such game being Tank Hero: Laser Wars.

TH:LW is the sequel to the popular blow-em-up title Tank Hero, but this go around it incorporates an all new graphics engines that looks absolutely beastly compared to its predecessor:

The game also features two new worlds filled with interactive environments, power-ups, and speed boosts; boss battles, a new achievement system, and four difficulty levels.

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[Coming Soon To Android] Protoxide: Death Race Is An Insane Hovercraft Racing Game... With Guns

Remember F-Zero from back in the Super NES days? Or perhaps the more modern WipEout for PS3? Those are both great hovercraft racing games. Do you know what would make them better, though? Guns. And bombs. And all other sorts of artillery that can be used to blow folks up. That's where Protoxide: Death Race comes in, because it has just that. Have a look at the gameplay teaser:

Looks sick, right? It features four single player modes, WiFi multiplayer mode, 12 battle war gliders, and 16 monstrous tracks for you to attempt to blow your adversaries to smithereens.

There is but one problem with this game: it's not yet available.

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