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The successor to smash-hit,, has arrived in the Play Store

Miniclip's has been a huge success - aside from getting featured in Netflix's House of Cards series, it has had over 50 million downloads from the Play Store alone. What could be thought of as the successor to has now arrived on Android:, a multiplayer tank game.

Like, was originally a browser-based game, but has been made available on Android and iOS. The aim of is to destroy other players by shooting pellets at them - in my first round I survived for about two minutes before being destroyed. Another way to level-up is to decimate the yellow squares, blue pentagons, and red triangles - ideal cannon fodder and good target practice before taking on other, bigger, more experienced players.

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[Bonus Round] Ittle Dew, Promised Lands, Monster Loves You, And Sketchman

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 a shameless Zelda clone, a mix of god games and Minecraft, an adorable adventure game starring bloodthirsty monster, and an endless runner-gunner. Without further ado:


Ittle Dew

I'll give you three guesses as to what mega gaming franchise Ittle Dew is riffing on, but you're only going to need one.

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[New Game] MiniClip's Fragger For Android Enlists You To Throw Grenades At Helpless Terrorists, May Remind You Of Your BASIC Days

Fragger is a new game from that gives you a pack of grenades and a phalanx of immobile terrorists and says, "Have fun!" Once you've set aside your silly ethical hang-ups about attacking helpless, faceless enemies, you might think that the game is similar to Angry Birds. It's actually a lot closer to BASIC classic, Gorillas.


Remember this?

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Then you will like this

Back in the old days, we had to adjust our angle and velocity manually. You kids today get to use your fancy touch screens to aim the grenades and adjust how far they fly.

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