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Boss Monster Is A Fantasy Card Game Where You Bring Heroes To Their Doom, Now Available For Android Tablets With Online Multiplayer

In Boss Monster, you are the big baddie at the end of a level, and you can only win by killing more good guys than the miscreants you're competing with. You do this by building rooms to expand your dungeon, increasing the amount of damage the environment deals and bettering the odds that the heroes you lure into your lair will die before getting to see your face.

The card game comes in a small box, supports up to four players, is easy for new people to grasp, and allows for an all around good time.

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Subway Surfers Developer Kiloo Releases Stormblade, A Compelling Infinity Blade-Style Action Game For Android

At this point, we've all heard of Infinity Blade. It's the gorgeous sword fighting game that hit Apple devices in 2010 and blew people away with its effective use of touch controls. That series remains an iOS exclusive, so we've never seen it enter the Play Store.

Stormblade, from Kiloo—the makers of the insanely popular Subway Surfers, isn't the first Android title to draw inspiration from Infinity Blade. After all, nearly five years have passed since that title's release.

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Tales From The Borderlands Episode 2, 'Atlas Mugged,' Is Now Available On Android

Borderlands is a super-popular series of intense, multiplayer-focused first-person shooter games. So it's odd, very odd, that the most exciting thing to happen to the series since the original game came out in 2009... is a single-player, offline, point-and-click adventure title. That's right, TellTale's Tales From The Borderlands adventure series is awesome, and its stand-alone story is more engaging than pretty much all of Gearbox's existing sci-fi lore combined. In my opinion, of course.

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OnePlus Teases An Upcoming Gaming Device (For Some Reason) Debuting In April

OnePlus never met a product it couldn't portend in the most annoying way possible. So it is with the company's new "game changer," a device teased (where else?) on the official OnePlus forum. A representative says it's not a tablet or a smartwatch, and offers three teaser images to try and whet the appetites of potentially new and repeat customers. Let's have a look, shall we?

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The first image shows just a red circle in HAL 9000 fashion.

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[What Could Go Wrong?] Motion Tennis Cast Lets You Use Your Phone Like A Wiimote To Play Tennis On Chromecast

Perhaps you recall the rash of Wiimote-related accidents seven or eight years ago. See, people got really, super into playing Wii, and sometimes the Wiimote just slipped and crashed into the TV. Motion Tennis Cast is kind of like Wii Sports Tennis, but you're controlling it with your phone. That's two expensive things you can break if the phone slips.

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Gameloft To Make Modern Combat 5 Free-To-Play In Next Update

Modern Combat 5's release was hardly unexpected. After all, it's a sequel in one of the most popular franchises on Google Play. Nevertheless, it was a surprise to see the Gameloft title launch without a single in-app purchase in sight. In exchange, the publisher priced it at $7. Reasonable.

Ryan put the game through its paces, and while it wasn't without its caveats, it easily provided enough content to justify the price tag.

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Google's New App Review Guidelines Smartly Address Several Big Problems With The Play Store

It's been said many times that compared to Apple's tightly controlled walled garden, Android is the wild west of app development. I think that's been a good thing on balance, but not always. The lack of control can sometimes cause difficulties for developers and users alike. With Google's new semi-manual app approval process, it's taking the middle road, and that's probably good for everyone.

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The Humble PC And Android Bundle 12 Includes 7 Games (3 Android Debuts) With More On The Way

The newest Humble Bundle is live, and it's a big one. The mobile bundle is always a good source of cheap games, but this is the main deal—the Humble PC and Android Bundle 12. It currently includes seven games, all of which have PC and Android versions. Three of them are debuting on Android as part of the bundle as well.

2015-03-17 13_37_18-Humble PC & Android Bundle 12 (pay what you want and help charity)

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Google Announces A Content Rating System And Manual Approval Process For Apps

Google is making two changes to the Play Store today, although one of these changes technically happened a few weeks ago and you didn't notice. Apps will soon carry content ratings so parents can make more informed decisions about what their kids have access to. Google also announced a manual review process for apps. Don't panic! Google has been doing this for weeks and no one has complained.

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18 New And Notable Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (3/5/15 - 3/16/15)

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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