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[Non-US Only] Age Of Empires: World Domination Soft Launches In The Play Store For Certain Countries

Talk of Age of Empires coming to Android has existed around the water cooler for over two years now, since Microsoft gave developer KLad license to make games with the property. We expected something to arrive long before now, but we understand. Sometimes resources take a while to gather, and you don't want to move with an army that's unprepared. But the time has come, and Age of Empires: World Dominance has now invaded the Play Store.

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Nearly Three Years Later, Crescent Moon Games Releases Sequel To Epic Aralon RPG - $5, No In-App Purchases

Aralon: Sword and Shadow HD, is one of the most ambitious 3D mobile RPGs in memory. It also had nary an in-app purchase, something that has become sadly uncommon in this day and age of freemium. After two-and-a-half years, Crescent Moon Games has released the sequel. Meet Aralon: Forge and Flame.

Visuals look very substantially improved from the original, which is probably to be expected given how far mobile graphics have come since early 2013. The game promises a "massive" world to explore, three races and four classes to choose from, real-time shadows, first and third-person views, and dynamic day and night cycles.

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Hasbro Releases Chromecast Versions Of Risk, Game Of Life, And Scrabble Blitz 2, Offers One-Time Unlock For Unlimited Play

Risk, The Game Of Life, and Scrabble [Blitz 2...] are all classic board game franchises that would really benefit from the Chromecast treatment. And that's exactly what Hasbro's done today, releasing all three games in brand-new Chromecast "big screen" editions for Android. The best part? While they do have in-app purchases, they're the kind that make sense. While you can play all three games for free up to three times a day, one-time unlock IAPs offer players unlimited play (and usually some bonus content) from then on. It's $5.99 for Risk and Life, and $3.99 for Scrabble.

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The catch, of course, is that everybody who plays must pay for this unlock if they also want to play unlimited rounds of the games, meaning a family of four would need to pony up a little under $24 for everyone to get in on endless games of Risk or The Game Of Life, or a little over $15 for Scrabble Blitz 2.

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RPG Battle Game 'Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes' Is Out With Over 60 Collectible Characters

Do you feel it? That's the force. The force of millions of Star Wars fans craving anything that tastes of Jedi, Wookiee, and stormtroopers as we count down the days to Episode VII. Google has done its part to embrace the force, and now EA is stepping up with a new Star Wars game, Galaxy of Heroes.

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Wizard Academy Is A Cool Educational VR Game You Play Using Google Cardboard And A Funny Controller You Hold Like A Mirror

Virtual reality is posed to be the future of gaming for folks who like wearing goggles that close them off to the world. While you wait as the necessary tech rolls out to consumers—and for your bank account to grow—you can get a taste without much investment. Wizard Academy is an educational action game you can play using Google Cardboard.

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Adventure Game 'Lost Echo' Gives You A Girlfriend To Find And A Gorgeous Sci-Fi World To Explore For $2.99 With No In-App Purchases

At first glance, Lost Echo is the story of a guy looking for a woman. But there's something else that stands out during that glance. The game is beautiful. Despite originally launching on iDevices two years ago, these are still some of the best visuals you can find in the Play Store.

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Soda Dungeon Comes To The Play Store Hoping To Lure Brave Heroes With A Bubbly Drink

 

Most RPGs would have you believe that the key to success is bravery and enough dedication to hone your skills. The real secret, it turns out, is soda. That's right. Consuming the right beverage provides all the liquid courage necessary to journey into the nearest dungeon and grab all the loot.

That's what Soda Dungeon tells me anyway. The well-received title from developer Armor Games has made its way into the Play Store.

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Square Enix Releases Tomb Raider II Like It's 1997, Only This Time The Game Only Costs 99 Cents

That's right, the original Tomb Raider sequel is approaching twenty years old. Nearly two decades have passed since players got to take a blocky Lara Croft back through tombs and mostly non-tombs on PlayStations and PCs. Now you can take the game with you in your pocket for the extra low price of 99 cents.

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Minecraft: Story Mode From TellTale Games Launches On Google Play And The Amazon Appstore

TellTale Games has already done great things with the Borderlands and Game of Thrones franchises. Now eyes are on what the company intends to do next. Announced at the end of 2014, Minecraft: Story Mode has been a long time coming. Now it's available for Android devices, right on schedule.

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Phosphor Game Studio Releases 'Heroes Reborn: Enigma' First-Person Puzzle Game

Heroes fans had something to smile about when NBC announced that it would air a 13 episode mini-series following up the original four seasons. Not only that, creator Tim Kring returned as executive producer. But the fan service doesn't stop there. Phosphor Game Studio has released an immersive mobile game that hooks in to what's happening on TV.

The game, Hereos Reborn: Enigma, stars Dahlia, a young woman whose special powers are needed to solve various puzzles in first-person. Think Portal. You will use telekinesis and time shifting to make it through over 30 levels, all designed using Unreal Engine 4.

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