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 an interesting real-time strategy game, an adorable octogenarian shooter, a classic pen-and-paper RPG, and a minimalist platformer. Read More
Gravity Guy for Android has been downloaded over five million times, so there's a chance many of you are already familiar with it. This is a popular title, and with its unique gravity-shifting platforming, four-player multiplayer, and crisp visuals, it's understandable. Now Miniclip has released the sequel into the Play Store, which picks up right after the end of the first title. Read More
We're a week into the second Humble Mobile Bundle, and as to be expected, additional games have been added. The three new titles are Karateka Classic, QWOP, and God of Blades. Anyone who has already purchased the bundle will get the titles included without any extra effort. Those of you who haven't yet jumped in just have to pay over the average (which is currently under five dollars) to get your hands on all nine titles. Read More
There seem to be two distinct AAA strategies evolving in the mobile gaming world: make a premium product and charge a premium price (typified by most of Square-Enix's RPGs) or make a premium product that's free or incredibly cheap and make people pay for almost everything (Electronic Arts, Glu, and many others... including Square-Enix). With NBA 2K14, 2K Games is standing in stark contrast to EA's blockbuster Madden and FIFA series. Read More
You could probably use a break from all the political back and forth, right? Picking up some new apps and games is always fun, but the cost! With the right sales, even furloughed federal employees can afford to get in on the fun. Yep, we've got those.
Sir! I'd Like To Report A Bug! takes its inspiration from games of a bygone era. No, this isn't merely a modern game masked with pixelated faux 16-bit visuals. This is a title that seeks to replicate the agony of the early 90s, a time when bugs weren't a reason to return a game. Instead they added another layer of challenge, another set of rules to be studied, learned, and mastered. Read More
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Japan loves vending machines. You know those machines with iPods and Bose headphones at the airport? Japan had them first, among, many, many others, including machines for liquor, live bait, produce, Pokemon, and various other slightly insane things. Now it looks like Google is joining the fray with a promotional machine that dispenses Android games right to your phone. What?
Engadget was on-hand at a Google event where the company showed off one of three vending machines that will soon go into service. Read More
Monday mornings can be a drag, but saving cash is always a nice pick-me-up. We care deeply about your happiness, so we keep careful watch over the Android app ecosystem to let you know when the deals pop up. So let's get to it.
Frequent Android gamers know that the newest AAA titles are insatiable power hogs, and more than a few are made infinitely better with the addition of hardware controls. Until someone comes out with an Xperia Play MAXX (seriously Sony, get on that), the MOGA Power series might just be the best way to address these issues. The controller/external battery combos have been a long time coming, but now they're finally available for pre-order on Amazon. Read More