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Halfbrick Publishes Popular iOS Game Monster Dash In Amazon Appstore

 

Halfbrick Studios, creator of popular titles like Fruit Ninja, has published Monster Dash in the Amazon Appstore. Monster Dash is a highly popular classic on iOS that recently received its first significant update in years for iPhones and iPads. The revitalization on its original platform apparently inspired Halfbrick to finally bring the game to Android. For now, it looks like it may be an exclusive to Amazon. 

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Friday App And Game Sales: Pathogen, Share Where Pro, Let's Create! Pottery, And More

Got big plans this weekend? No you don't—stop lying. It's okay, though. We've got your back. There are some apps and games on sale, and they can help keep your mind off the crippling loneliness. We're always there for you.

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Make Your Doodles Matter In Impossible Draw For Android

How hard can it be to draw symbols on a screen? That doesn't sound like a very challenging game. Oh, but it is in the case of Impossible Draw. This game invites you to take a trip down an endless glowing tunnel full of symbols to match. Fail to mimic the signs before you, and its game over.

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Your goal is to clear each barrier on your way down the tunnel by drawing the symbol on the screen.

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Google Play Games Boosts Level Cap To 25, Continues To Mean Nothing

If you fire up a game on Android with Play Games integration, you may notice something new. The level cap for those at the top of the XP heap has been raised to 25, and the icon border is blue. It used to be 20 with a pink border around the icon. That means you may be a whole five imaginary points better than your friends now.

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Inferno 2 Blasts Into The Play Store With Even More Radiant Explosions Than The Original

Sometimes you just want to kick back and play a nice dual-stick shooter. Oh, there are plenty of them out there, but Inferno from Radiangames has been one of the finest examples available. Now the predictably named sequel, Inferno 2 has arrived on Android. Get your thumbs ready.

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Monday App And Game Sales: R-Type, SCR Screen Recorder Pro, DosBox Turbo, And More

Are you all shopped out after the last week? Well, don't stop now, there are app deals to be had. Just a few pixels south of here are some sales, and you know you want to look. Go ahead. Check it out.

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35 Best New Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (11/26/14 - 12/7/14)

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Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games from the previous 2 weeks or so.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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Swish

This week's roundup is brought to you by Swish from developer Devionix. This free physics game stars a pair of space aliens with an inexplicable love of basketball.

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[Bonus Round] Touch Racing 2, Kasparov Minichess, And Godfire: Rise of Prometheus

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 racing game with unique controls, a chess game for kids, and a gorgeous God of War ripoff.

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5 SEGA Games On Sale For $0.99 In Play Store's Weekly Deals

Play Store users can get 5 SEGA games at significant discounts for a limited time, each at $0.99. These are part of the larger set of apps, games, and media on sale in the Play Store's weekly deals collection.

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Shou.TV Is Like Twitch For Your Phone: Stream A Live Video Feed Of Your Android Device To Others, Or Snoop On Theirs Instead

I must confess, I've never seen the appeal of Twitch: why watch other people play video games when you can play them yourself, on the thing you're using to watch them? But enough other people seem to enjoy it that Amazon gobbled up the livestreaming service, and now something very similar has come to Android. Shou.TV is a beta app and service that basically does exactly what Twitch does, but on your phone instead.

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