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Survival horror game Alien: Blackout terrorizes its way onto the Play Store

Two weeks ago we learned that Alien: Blackout would be a brand-new chapter in the Alien franchise and that it would also be coming to Android sometime soon. Usually, these types of mobile announcements are made close to release, which definitely holds true in this case as Alien: Blackout is now officially available on the Play Store for $4.99.

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Galaxy Stack crosses shmup action with block stacking, out now on Android

Over the years Crescent Moon Games have released more than a few successful mobile titles on the Play Store, and Galaxy Stack is the latest release from the company that should have no problem finding success among its peers. At first blush, Galaxy Stack may look like yet another pixel-based shmup, but it's the odd addition of block stacking mechanics in this title that mixes things up for something pretty unique.

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This Is the Police is out on Android

This Is the Police is an indie simulation adventure game that has been ported to Android, and it's available on the Play Store as of this morning. You get to fill the role of a police chief who is in charge of a police department that's located in a city spiraling out of control. Will you choose the path of least resistance, lining your pockets with cash, or will you stand up for what's right, even if it's to the detriment of your career?

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Brawl Stars busts loose on Android with app's global release

Last week we learned Brawl Stars would be coming to Android on December 12th. As of this morning, Supercell has announced on Twitter that the global rollout is already complete, which means you can now download Brawl Stars from the Play Store and start digging into the latest multiplayer arena fighter from Supercell.

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Reigns: Game of Thrones is out on Android

Back in August, we knew Reigns: Game of Thrones would be coming to Android in October, and it would appear the developer has stayed true to its  word. As of this morning, the latest entry in the swipe ‘em up series is available for purchase on the Google Play Store. You can expect to find all of your favorite characters from the hit TV show as you play out hundreds of potential storylines through the familiar card-based swiping gameplay of the Reigns series, all in your quest to secure your claim to the Iron Throne.

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PAC-MAN: Ralph Breaks the Maze combines classic arcade action with a few Disney properties

There are already more than a few Pac-Man games available on Android, but are there any that combine Disney properties with everyone's favorite dot-eating arcade character? Well, there is now with the release of PAC-MAN: Ralph Breaks the Maze. It ties into the upcoming Disney movie Ralph Breaks the Internet, and despite what you may think, the game is actually pretty good.

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[Update: Now available for more devices] AntVentor is a gorgeous point and click adventure game for the Shield TV

Android games for the Shield TV aren't released very often at this point, so when something that looks as impressive as AntVentor crosses my path, I just have to take a look. Now that I've spent some time with it, it's clear that this photorealistic point and click adventure game is worth the asking price, and this is only the first chapter out of three planned episodes. So there's plenty more to come.

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Professor Layton and the Curious Village brings its mind-bending puzzles to Android

Talk about a stacked Tuesday. First, a full HD port of Monster Hunter World Stories releases on the Play Store, and then Level-5 announces that Professor Layton and the Curious Village has been ported to Android, complete with an HD makeover, and it's also available on the Play Store starting today. There's already a couple of Layton games on Android, though this is the first to actually star Professor Layton. It's also the first game in the main series, so if you'd like to see where it all began, this is the title for you.

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Console beat 'em up 'Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn' is out on Android

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn was created thanks to an Indiegogo campaign that started back in 2014. After years of development a release was imminent, but then the beat 'em up was delayed thanks to some licensing issues. Much of the game had to be largely reworked, which is why it didn't get released on consoles until June 2018. Despite the change in genre from the original Shaq Fu 2D fighting game, the reception has been overwhelmingly positive. Now that the dust has settled, Android users finally get their very own version, and you can pick it up for free off of the Play Store right now.

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Monochromatic puzzler 'FRACTER' is available a day early

That's right, despite an advertised Friday the 13th release date, Fracter is here a day early. This means you can jump into its haunting black and white world right now and get started solving its many intricate puzzles. If you enjoy the atmosphere of Playdead's Limbo, and the puzzle-filled gameplay of ustwo games' Monument Valley, you should feel right at home playing through Fracter.

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