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[Review] Deflecticon Throws Some New Features To 3D Pong And Thrives In A Touch Environment

[Review] Deflecticon Throws Some New Features To 3D Pong And Thrives In A Touch Environment

Ah, nostalgia. I remember back in the days of surfing through AddictingGames.com there was a game called CurveBall. In what must have been cutting-edge coding at the time, you were put in control of a 3D pong paddle which could influence the way a ball was shot by moving the paddle as they made contact. It was pretty much a high-tech version of tennis, and was pretty kick-ass.

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Deflecticon is a game that's similar to CurveBall (it's even mentioned in the description), only instead of using your mouse, you use your finger on your smartphone or tablet.

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Verizon Teams Up With Good Technology To Beef Up Android For Enterprise

Verizon Teams Up With Good Technology To Beef Up Android For Enterprise

Looks like Verizon is pushing Android for enterprise pretty hard: they've inked a deal with Good Technology and are bringing some pretty major enterprise features to Android. Specifically, the company provides encrypted and high security email, messaging, and mobile access, as well as features such as remote wipe.

Good is a fairly major player in the enterprise space: in the first half of 2010 alone, they added 1,500 enterprise clients.

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PUBG Mobile 1.2 adds Runic Power Mode, a new solo experience, and the latest chapter is live (APK Download)

PUBG Mobile 1.2 adds Runic Power Mode, a new solo experience, and the latest chapter is live (APK Download)

PUBG Corporation isn't one to stick to a rigid schedule when it comes to new patches, so we didn't see an update in December. Well, it looks as though the studio is possibly back to its old schedule for the time being since it just released patch 1.2 on the Play Store. As you would expect, new content is here for all to enjoy, such as the Runic Power Mode, where players will get to choose from three new skills that require special runes to power. Of course, new weapons, new options, and plenty of game improvements are in the mix as well, which I'll detail below.

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Outcasters hands-on: Stadia Pro's new freebie is shallow but fun

Outcasters hands-on: Stadia Pro's new freebie is shallow but fun

Stadia doesn't have a ton of original content, but Google's working to correct that, however slowly. Case in point: Outcasters, a new exclusive developed by Splash Damage, whose credits include contributions to high-profile series like Halo, Gears of War, and the Batman: Arkham games. It's nothing like you'd expect in light of Splash Damage's pedigree, but it is a fun little morsel, and it's free for Stadia Pro subscribers starting today.

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17 new (and 1 WTF) Android games from the week of September 14, 2020

17 new (and 1 WTF) Android games from the week of September 14, 2020

Welcome to the roundup of the new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today I have a new board game adaptation from Asmodee Digital. We also have a fantastic 8-bit platformer where you play as a spider and an artful philosophical game from the creators of Homo Machina. So without further ado, here are the new and notable Android games released during the week of September 14th, 2020.

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Top 6 games optimized for the Nubia RedMagic 5G gaming phone and its silky smooth display (Sponsored)

Top 6 games optimized for the Nubia RedMagic 5G gaming phone and its silky smooth display (Sponsored)

The Nubia RedMagic 5G is a triple-threat device that crams premium power and gaming features into a reasonably priced package. Not only is it the first mass-produced phone equipped with 5G connectivity and a blazing-fast 144Hz display, it has an entire list of flagship specs that are worth far more than its $579 price tag would assert. To help you make the most of this cutting-edge gaming powerhouse, we put together a comprehensive roundup of the best mobile games optimized for the Nubia RedMagic 5G.

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DEEMO II and Soul of Eden are coming to Android, up for pre-reg now

DEEMO II and Soul of Eden are coming to Android, up for pre-reg now

Rayark International is probably best known for its rhythm game series Cytus, though its action RPG Implosion - Never Lose Hope is also a very well-known title. Of course, the Cytus series isn't the developer's only rhythm game. The piano-based rhythm title DEEMO is also a major hit, and so it has amassed over 5-million installs on Android since its release in 2013. After seven years, it's now clear that a sequel is in the works, and it was recently listed on the Play Store for pre-registration, along with a secondary title called Soul of Eden, which is a card-based RTS.

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25 of the best classic games remade for Android with a modern design

25 of the best classic games remade for Android with a modern design

It's been a while since I've refreshed this roundup, and so I've gone ahead and cleaned up the list while adding in several new games, bringing the total to 25 classic titles released on Android with a modern design. This means you can expect things like new graphics, new gameplay elements, or maybe just some good old fashioned tweaks to a timeless story that expands on a classic theme. This roundup also serves as a sister list to my retro port roundup, so if you're looking for even more classic games, make sure to check that roundup. So without further ado, here are 25 classic games remade for Android with a modern design.

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Review: Doom Eternal is a grisly delight on Stadia

Review: Doom Eternal is a grisly delight on Stadia

Five months in, Stadia is, ever slowly, packing its library with more and more quality titles. With the release of Doom Eternal earlier this month, the platform hit a major milestone: its first major AAA game to launch day-and-date with PC and consoles. Should you be lacking the local hardware horsepower to bust demon skulls but you're reluctant to stream a game as notoriously fast-paced as Doom, I'm happy to report that, if your network is up to snuff, Eternal runs wonderfully on Google's cloud platform. It's also an intense and immensely gratifying experience.

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Ubisoft jumps into the auto battle genre with Might & Magic: Chess Royale (Update: Out now)

Ubisoft jumps into the auto battle genre with Might & Magic: Chess Royale (Update: Out now)

Early this morning, Might & Magic: Chess Royale popped up on the Google Play Store for pre-registration, and upon closer inspection, it would appear that this is a title designed to offer large 100-player clashes in the latest take on the auto battle genre, also known as auto chess. Clearly, Ubisoft is keen to get in on the growing auto chess trend, and so has slapped a Might & Magic skin on top of its upcoming auto battler to squeeze out as much nostalgia from the brand as possible.

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