12
Jun
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Badland is one of those rare games that manages to be both gorgeous and completely engrossing. All you have to do is tap the screen to make your little bird-things flap their wings, but there are so many dangers in Badland! How will you ever make it alone? Now you can experience this killer game with three friends thanks to the new four-player co-op mode.

12
Jun
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Developer Halfbrick, the creator of Fruit Ninja, is back with another mobile game to suck away your free time. Band Stars has nothing to do with slicing up perfectly good food. Instead you get some people together to form a band and you rock out. Keep rocking, and eventually you'll get good. After that, you will become a star and travel the world (if only real-life worked that way).

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The game has plenty of band members to unlock, each of whom brings their own skills to the table.

12
Jun
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Okay, what do you get when you cross a racing game with Pac-Man? Fluid SE. What? That wasn't supposed to be funny. Sorry if you thought that was the setup for a joke. That's actually how Radiangames explains the concept of Fluid SE, and it seems pretty apt from the video.

12
Jun
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Rovio has caught on to the slight possibility that this many years after the release of the original Angry Birds, some of you may have potentially (if only ever so slightly) grown bored with the concept of slinging the same ol' birds at the same ol' pigs. The company has since experimented with other game concepts, but at the end of the day, you have to stick with what pays the bills.

11
Jun
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After launching for PC and Mac in 2010 and leaping to numerous other platforms since then, the oddly-named platformer VVVVVV (count 'em, six V's) has made its way to Android. The game comes to us from Terry Cavanagh, the creator of Super Hexagon, and pits players in control of the poor Captain Viridian who finds himself lost in an alternate dimension. This difficult platformer tasks gamers with, as opposed to pounding on the jump button, altering the direction of gravity to navigate their way through numerous immensely dangerous levels.

11
Jun
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You probably know how it works by now – we post some sales, you buy some things, developers make some money, and everyone goes home happy. There are some neat deals this time around, so you should have no trouble working up at least mild excitement. Be happy, dammit.

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10
Jun
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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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Today's roundup is sponsored by Wonder Wood from Herocraft.

10
Jun
Small&Furious

Here's the thing about physics-based racing games, you're going to crash, and you're going to crash often. Typically doing so comes across as rather painful, but Small&Furious turns it into an educational experience. That's not a fearless biker snapping his neck on an outcropping of rock  - it's just a crash test dummy that didn't land gracefully enough. Tweak it and try again.

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Jun
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The last Great Little War Game was a popular title on Android, and here comes the sequel with more turn-based combat. It looks a lot like the original, but there are a number of enhancements in this one. For example, it's "Optimised for iPhone, great on iPad." Wow, that sure is an impressive feat for an Android game.

10
Jun
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Humble Bundle is doing something a little different to celebrate E3 this week, and that's good news for anyone who wants to save a little cash. The special E3 bundle contains over $100 worth of games and content, but most relevant to our purposes here is the Android download of Anomaly 2, which is a cool game that costs $5 all by itself. You also get it on PC/Mac/Linux.

2014-06-10 00_36_27-E3 Digital Ticket (pay what you want and help charity)

The deal is pretty much the same as other Humble Bundles – you pay what you want with the cash being split between Humble Bundle, the developers, and charity (the ESA Foundation in this case).

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