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[Deal Alert] Ouya Console With Controller And $25 Game Credit For $85 ($125 Value)

The Ouya's Tegra 3-based innards are getting a little old, but the console is finally starting to get a respectable game library and the controller has been tweaked since launch. Okay, maybe you don't want to spend $99 on it, but how about $85 with some free games?

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[New Game] The Room Two Offers More Stunning And Fascinating Mysteries For Your Puzzling Pleasure

One of the most consistently awesome games on Android is The Room. However, once you've beaten it there isn't much replay value in solving the same puzzles again. Well, clear your schedule – The Room 2 is now available in Google Play.

The Room 2 presents you with a a series of beautiful 3D environments that you must explore to solve the puzzles left by a mysterious scientist known only as "AS." The design of the game makes it easy to start playing – just tap on things, zoom in, rotate knobs, and so on.

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The Epic Tale Of How Phosphor Games Reclaimed 'Horn' From Zynga So It Could Publish The Game Properly

Horn came out on Android back in 2012, and it was a pretty big deal at the time. Phosphor Games Studio had previously seen success with Dark Meadow, and it was clear the studio could do great things. Unlike Dark Meadow, Horn was published by Zynga instead of the developer. The title made a splash when it was released, but the 1-star reviews piled up as updates failed to materialize. Phosphor Games now has control of Horn back in Google Play, but what went wrong?

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38 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (1/28/14 - 2/11/14)

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 2 weeks or so.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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DigiCal Calendar & Widgets

Today's roundup is presented by DigiCal Calendar & Widgets from Digibites.

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Monday App And Game Sales: Plex, Crazy Taxi, Podkicker Pro, And More

Turn that frown upside down – we've got some great sales to tell you about. If you weren't frowning, please disregard and continue being the lovable, positive person you are. Either way, check out these deals.

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Minigore 2 Returns To Google Play Under New Listing Following Ad Fiasco

Minigore 2 arrived on Android a little over a week ago, but it was gone just days later after its ad practices were called into question. The game was basically requiring players to tap on ads to bypass mandatory wait times. It was a minor inconvenience, but a big fat violation of Google's ad policies. After a quick tweak, the game is back in Google Play under a new listing.

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Friday App And Game Sales: Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Zombies Run!, Sparkle 2 Evo, And More

Apps go on sale all the time, and we want to make sure you know about it. Why? Because we care. You'll definitely want to know about the sales we've spotted today – it's a big haul this time.

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Thursday App And Game Sales: ReNotify+, AaaaaAAaaa, Colossatron, And More

Thursday is traditionally a work day, but don't let us get in your way with all these cheap apps and games. No, you go ahead and keep doing you job while all these deals sit here waiting to be taken advantage of. They're just right down there... if you change your mind.

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[New Game] Avoid - Sensory Overload Is A Space Shooter And An Endless Runner In A Seizure-Inducing Disco Ball

Warning: if you just woke up (howdy, West Coast readers) you might want to wait a minute or two before hitting "play" on that video. It has 300% of your daily recommended amount of color. Avoid  - Sensory Overload is a typical endless runner, at least if you only look at its core elements; you fly around trying not to hit stuff. But that's a pretty inadequate way of describing the experience.

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[Game Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Games Of January 2014

Welcome back to our monthly gaming retrospective, this time for January 2014. We've got a good mix of triple-A console-style games and more mobile-friendly casual titles for your consideration, some of which are so bizarre that they have to be played to be understood. We've also got plenty of picks that didn't quite make it to the top of the list, but are still worthy of attention. Check out the profiles below for screenshots, videos, and easy links to the Google Play Store.

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