Last Updated: January 29th, 2012
OnLive, a popular on-demand gaming service, has just made its way to the Android Market, delivering "console quality games" to your Android device any time, anywhere.
Eliminating the need for huge downloads and long wait times, OnLive gives users access to high quality mobile games from just about anywhere they may find themselves, using either touch controls or an OnLive wireless controller (available here).
All you need is an Android 2.3+ device and an internet/data connection. A full list of compatible devices is available at OnLive's Android Market listing, linked below. Adding more convenience to the service, OnLive offers free demos of nearly every game available, so you can get a handle on each game before committing to a (possibly) hefty price tag.
Last Updated: December 8th, 2011
Welcome to the weekly roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Market or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.
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Last Updated: August 24th, 2012
While World War II may not be the most original setting for a shooter such as this, Gameloft's latest game - Brothers In Arms 2 - is loaded with excellent graphics, multiplayer, and a price of $0. There is a slight catch to it being free, however; in addition to having ads, the game offers the ability to purchase "Medals" to unlock new features and gear more quickly, but this isn't necessary, and everything can be unlocked by gaining experience instead.
Brothers In Arms 2 is not new - in fact, the paid version was released back in 2010, but today marks its Market debut which should open it up to a whole new world of people who don't like to install apps and games from proprietary game stores.