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The Sphero RVR all-terrain tank robot is marked down to $145 at Amazon

The Sphero RVR all-terrain tank robot is marked down to $145 at Amazon

If you're bored at home right now, Sphero may just have the answer. The robotics company is responsible for all sorts of fun distractions; from R2-D2 to Lightning McQueen, there's a robo toy for folks of all persuasions. And right now, its all-terrain tank robot vehicle, the Sphero RVR, is on sale at Amazon.

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[Bonus Round] Democracy Vs Freedom, Atomas, Outpost Command, And The WUUUUUUUUUUUU

[Bonus Round] Democracy Vs Freedom, Atomas, Outpost Command, And The WUUUUUUUUUUUU

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 democratic tank battle game, a strategic minimal online battler, an atom-smashing puzzler, and the most singularly terrifying thing I've ever seen on a phone screen. Without further ado:

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Democracy vs Freedom

You fancy yourself a pretty good tank commander, I'm sure.

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[New Game] Iron Force By Chillingo And Cool Fish Games Blasts Its Way Into The Play Store Like Only A Tank Can

[New Game] Iron Force By Chillingo And Cool Fish Games Blasts Its Way Into The Play Store Like Only A Tank Can

When Namco's Tank! Tank! Tank! served as Wii U launch game in November of 2012, it was criticized for having little more content than a mobile game. As it turns out, that wasn't an exaggeration. That game's one drawing feature, hot multiplayer tank-on-tank action, is now available For Android in much the same form thanks to Iron Force from Chillingo and Cool Fish Games.

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Iron Force lacks a single-player campaign, outside of the ability to play against bots. The idea is to compete against other players in 4 vs 4 teams or in 6-player free-for-alls. There are over a dozen tanks to pick from, and while they're all understandably clunky, there are plenty of available upgrades to improve them with.

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