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Prepare To Defend Yourself From Persian Armies And In-App Purchases In Gameloft's Age Of Sparta

Ah, Gameloft. There are certain constants in the world—fish always swim in the sea, birds always fly in the sky, and Gameloft always finds new ways to pack in-app purchases into games. The latest title from Gameloft is Age of Sparta, a world-builder set in ancient Greece. There are lots of things to buy.

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Nitrome's Magic Touch: Wizard For Hire Seeks Applicants With Fast Fingers

Wanted: one wizard with experience repelling invading armies by drawing shapes in the air. Must provide own wizard robe and be okay with light in-app purchases. If this sounds like you, there's a game you should play called Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire.

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Third-Person Shooter Overkill 3 Available To All Following A Lengthy Beta

Overkill 3 has been in development for a while now, including an Android beta test over the last few months. Now the game is officially out and ready to be played on your device of choice. It has explosions, shooting, and invisible guns. Wait, what?

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Official Superbike Game SBK14 Slides Into The Play Store Months After The Race Is Over

The Superbike World Championship is a chance for riders to take modified versions of publicly available motorcycles to the track in countries all over the world. The 2014 season may be over, but that doesn't mean some Android-toting fans haven't been craving a chance to get a virtual taste of the action. After months of waiting, the timely-released iOS game has made its way over to Google Play.

SBK14 is the officially licensed mobile title, offering 13 recreated tracks, 27 real-world racers, and 16 teams including the likes of Kawasaki Racing and Ducati Superbike.

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[Rack 'Em Up] Super-Pretty Billiards Game Pure Pool Comes To Android, Exclusive To Tegra K1

Owners of Tegra-powered devices know those chips are capable of some fantastic graphical feats. There isn't another hardware platform out there that can play Half-Life 2 and Portal in their original forms. So what is Pure Pool doing with all that power? It's rendering really, really shiny billiard balls.

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Monster Vs Sheep Emerges From The Sea To Crush Cities And Overeat In The Play Store

As we all know, your first line of defense when a giant reptilian monster emerges from the sea is an army of fighting robots a la Pacific Rim. If fighting robots are not available, sheep make a good substitute. At least that's the premise of Monster vs Sheep.

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Popular Japanese Fighter Garou: Mark Of The Wolves Comes To Android

There are a legion of retro fighting games out there just waiting to be ported to Android, but few of them have probably aged as well as Garou: Mark of the Wolves from SNK Playmore. This game was released in Japan in 1999 as an arcade cabinet, eventually appearing on NeoGeo, PS2, and Xbox Live Arcade. Now it's on Android and can be yours for a mere $3.99.

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Cartoon Network Releases Grudgeball, Regular Show's Familiar-Feeling Extreme Sport Of The Future

The future, according to Regular Show, contains a sport where people throw balls at each other in a 3-on-3 contest involving cannons and portals. This spectacle goes by the name of Grudgeball, and Cartoon Network's latest Android game lets you experience it for yourself.

Fans of the network's mobile games won't be disappointed to find that Grudgeball: Enter the Chaosphere is another highly-animated game centered around familiar characters and simple play mechanics.

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37 New And Notable Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (2/3/15 - 2/17/15)

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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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LIMBO

Android Police coverage: Creepy Platformer And Steam Favorite LIMBO Crawls Into The Play Store For $5

LIMBO is a platformer and puzzler favorite among the Steam and console download crowd.

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NVIDIA Adds Saints Row IV To Its Streaming GRID Service, Alan Wake And Metro: Last Light Coming Soon

One of the lesser-known portions of the custom game software on NVIDIA's SHIELD Portable and SHIELD Tablet is GRID, an OnLive-style streaming PC gaming system. It allows owners to play a selection of full-feature PC games streamed from NVIDIA's own virtualized systems at a data center, no personal gaming PC required. The service is still in beta, but has been growing steadily since its introduction a little over two years ago.

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