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Valve's Shooter Classic Half-Life 2 Is Coming To The NVIDIA SHIELD, According To This Informative Crowbar

This morning Android Police editor David Ruddock received a package in the mail. The only thing enclosed was a lime-green crowbar.

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It says it all, really.

PC gamers will recognize the logo for Valve's much-loved science fiction shooter Half-Life 2 emblazoned on the bar, which is the iconic starter weapon for the game. "What Would Gordon [Freeman] Do?" and NVIDIA's SHIELD logo, along with NVIDIA's signature green color, makes this a not-so-subtle indication that the game is coming to the Android-powered SHIELD at some point.

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[New Game] Aliens Drive Me Crazy Provides Just As Good A Reason As Any To Stand Up To An Alien Invasion

Rebel Twins, the developer of Daddy Was A Thief, is back with another zany Android game. Aliens Drive Me Crazy puts you in the shoes of a young lad who is understandably upset when aliens decide to invade. He grabs his nearest weapon, hops in the car, and speeds off. Despite the difference in concept, the gameplay is largely similar to Rebel Twins' previous work. Players hop between floors by swiping up and down, collecting coins, overcoming foes, and rescuing innocent Earthlings in the process.

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[New Game] Action-Platformer Dark Lands Hits Play Store After Cancelling A Kickstarter To Go With Bulkypix As Publisher

Sometimes you can just tell something is evil from the silhouette. Giant scorpion? Evil. Flying lizard-thing with long talons? Also evil. There are all sorts of evil silhouettes to kill in Dark Lands, a game that took a run at Kickstarter earlier this year before pulling out to go with publisher Bulkypix. Now you can grab it on Android. Well? Goblins, orcs, skeletons, and trolls aren't just going to slay themselves.

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[New Game] Kairosoft Continues To Churn Out Retro Gaming Sims With Magazine Mogul

So, we've designed games, built malls, managed soccer teams, run farms, and that's just scratching the surface of the Kairosoft game catalog. This developer has found a formula that works and it's not about to stop now. The newest title in Kairosoft's stable is Magazine Mogul, and I'm sure you can guess what it's about.

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Someone has to report the news in this small town, and that's the core of gameplay in Magazine Mogul.

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[New Game] SEGA's Dragon Coins Combines Pokemon With A Weird Coin-Shooting Arcade Game, For Some Reason

Google's recent foray into Maps-based monster catching has proven that even full-grown Android users love them some Pokemon. Maybe that's why storied publisher SEGA has decided to make its own entry in the monster-catching genre. But why, oh why, is the core mechanic in Dragon Coins based around those little quasi-gambling quarter-shooter arcade games?

Try to follow along here: in Dragon Coins, your party of anime-style monsters is represented by little drawers in a shelf.

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[Game Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Games Of April 2014

April has showered us with a ton of Android games, many of which are revivals or straight-up ports of notable releases on the PC and console platforms. There are more than a few awesome mobile-style games as well, so you've got a lot of variety to choose from in this month's best of the best. What follows is our picks for the top crop of Android games in April, in no particular order.

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[New Game] Zen Studios Launches CastleStorm: Free To Siege Into The Play Store, Doesn't Cause Structural Damage

Zen Studios' CastleStorm captured fans when it hit consoles last year, and now it's ready to try its hand with mobile gamers. CastleStorm - Free To Seige takes the same gameplay and packages it in a free-to-play, ad-supported, in-app purchase-containing Android package. Players who can overlook these now familiar elements of mobile gaming are in for an experience that combines tower defense with 2D physics and straight-up brawling. The graphics may not be quite as sharp as the console equivalent, but they could fool someone.

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Rovio LVL11's Upcoming Game RETRY May Just Put Flappy Bird To Shame With Even More Infuriating Gameplay

Flappy Bird is a game with only a single button. Players tap their fingers against the screen repetitively to get this plump little bird to flap its wings fast enough to resist the gravity of whatever massive planet it must live on, but not so fast quickly that it flies up into pipes hanging from the ceiling for who knows why. The game takes seconds to learn, and it still manages to be frustrating as $%&#.

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[New Game] Rovio Stars' Word Monsters Is A Social Word Game In Need Of Friends

We all remember Tiny Thief, but let's set those memories aside for a moment. Rovio Stars is back with another Android title. Word Monsters is a puzzle game that's so social, it requires players to sign in using Google or Facebook immediately after completing the initial tutorial. The game itself is an adorable take on word search. Look for words on-screen and swipe them to get points. Doing so will cause them to disappear, sometimes removing letters needed for future words and adding some degree of strategy to the experience.

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[New Game] Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage Breaks The Ice On Android

Anyone can break stuff, but Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage requires you to break things with precision. See, your Viking comrades have been swept away in a storm and frozen in ice, so you've got the bust 'em out with a hammer. That's just how Vikings do.

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