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Professor Layton's latest mobile mystery is hitting Android with Diabolical Box in HD

Layton: Diabolical Box in HD is a remastered version of the second installment in the original Professor Layton puzzle-adventure trilogy, and it just landed on Android for $9.99. This enhanced version brings a few changes. You can expect remastered graphics, 150 extra puzzles, and new voiced sections as well as new animated cutscenes. Suffice to say Layton: Diabolical Box in HD is the most up-to-date version of the title currently available.

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Monster Hunter Stories by Capcom is available for Android

Wow, this is quite the surprise. Android just received its first Monster Hunter game, and it's an HD port of the 3DS version of Monster Hunter Stories. It's available on the Play Store for $19.99, and there are no in-app purchases or advertisements, this is a premium release. Oh, and if that wasn't good enough news, Capcom has actually provided a separate free demo. This way we can all check and see how the game performs on our Android devices.

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Atypical Games releases Escape from Chernobyl, a continuation of its Radiation City open-world survival game

Atypical Games is probably best known for its Sky Gamblers air combat series, though it looks like its open-world first-person survival games are starting to get some attention on Android. Escape from Chernobyl picks up the story after the events in Radiation City, and it's your job to unravel the mystery previously left unsolved. So get ready to explore an accurately recreated Chernobyl power plant that's filled to the brim with zombies in this hauntingly gorgeous open-world survival game.

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Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 races its way onto the Play Store

Yep, you read the title correctly. Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 is live on the Play Store right now. This release is obviously the third entry in the Motorsport Manager simulation series, and after the second entry improved on so much from the first, this new title may very well have its work cut out for it. Luckily a boat load of improvements and new features are included, but of course, only time will tell if Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 can live up to its predecessors.

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Hasbro 'Nerf Laser Ops Pro' companion app tracks foes, offers AR target practice

Do you remember laser tag? In the '80s it was all the rage. You would wear a slick looking vest while running around and shooting people with laser guns. It was the best. Heck, it's still popular to this day. You can find old closed down malls and other large warehouses that cater to the game. The thing is, who wants to commute just to shoot a few friends? A home system would be ideal, and that is exactly what the new Nerf Laser Ops Pro app delivers alongside the release of its companion Nerf Laser Ops branded blasters.

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Android Studio 3.1 stable announced, with enhanced Kotlin lint checks, new default dex compiler, and more

Google has introduced the latest update to Android Studio, taking the stable channel up to version 3.1. According to a post on the Android Developers Blog, this release focuses on product quality and development productivity. The last major update included a whole new programming language, and 3.1 continues to support the introduction of Kotlin with new lint checks among other improvements.

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New Release Radio on Google Play Music gives you a customized daily mix of the latest releases

Following an early access test for the Galaxy S8, Google has now released a new station for users of Google Play Music: New Release Radio. It's a daily mix of recently-released music based on your own tastes. Whatever you are into, each day you'll be able to check out the latest songs by your favorite artists. 

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Paranoid Android release 2 is out, with new device support and new features

It would appear that AOSPA isn't just back, it's here to stay. Today the developers for the project have announced a new release with a handful of new features, bug fixes, and support for six new devices, including the OnePlus One, Nexus 6, and one of our favorite new-old phones, the Nextbit Robin. New features include an Accidental Touch mode, Pocket Lock, and a new collaboration with Shuttle+.

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[New Game] Bang Bang Racing THD Hits The Android Market In All Its Tegra 2 Glory

As promised, Playbox today brought the console racing experience to Tegra 2 devices with the release of Bang Bang Racing THD. This top-down racer, previously available on XBOX 360 and Playstation 3, is one of the soon to be numerous games optimized for multicore phones and tablets. With the added device power comes a level of physics that is yet unknown in mobile gaming.

Let's just hope all that new hotness is worth the relatively high cost. At $7.99 for an introductory price (i.e. the price is going even higher soon) this isn't the cheapest game on the Market, but judging from the gameplay videos it may just earn the price tag.

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