There are apps for following baseball, football, and all those other "outside" sports. The collection of eSports apps is also growing, and now Blizzard has its own in the form of StarCraft WCS. It's an app for following the upcoming StarCraft II World Championship Series, which I know you were all planning to do. Read More
Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.
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Android Police coverage: Noodlecake Studios brings us Lumino City, an award winning handcrafted puzzle adventure game
It is always nice to see PC games that get ported to Android. Lumino City is one of the latest releases that fits in this category. Read More
You're a cop — well, a security guard, but you act like you're a cop — working the beat for a low-brow North American airline. Standards have slipped over the years, your idealism long-worn away by the tough airline carpets. You're old and you're tired, and your eyes have grown equally tired exactly when they need to, if you take my meaning. You see what you need to see, and you do what you need to do in those long airport halls at night. Who else are they gonna trust, the TSA? Read More
It's the start of a new week and I hope that my post from Friday was enough to tide you over the Easter holiday. If you're feeling a bit sluggish today, then maybe some of these apps will help jazz you up as the day begins to wind down. Both free and cheap apps are below for your perusal. Read More
There's a new Humble Mobile Bundle available today, and like other recent bundles, this one has a theme. This time it's "great adventures." So, most of these games take you on journeys through strange and unfamiliar lands. There are as many as eight games in this bundle, depending on what you pay. Even the base tier includes some great stuff, though. Read More
Another Friday is here and we're back with some more deals on apps. There are a bunch to get through, but let's go over some logistical stuff first. There are two sections in today's post: free and on-sale apps.
Next to each one you will find the original price, what it is now, and how long each sale has left before it expires (if available). It is all accurate at the time of this writing. Read More
NVIDIA has recently announced that they are having a spring games sale. You can save up to 66% off the regular pricing of a few select Android and GeForce NOW streaming games. The sale starts today and is on through April 16th. Read More
About a month and a half ago Ubisoft announced that a Rabbids-themed game would be coming to Google Daydream in the Spring. Well, it looks like that day has arrived. The game is called Virtual Rabbids: The Big Plan and you can purchase it today for $5.99. Read More
State of Play Games and Noodlecake Studios have teamed up to bring the BAFTA award winning puzzle adventure game Lumino City to Android. You can pick it up today and it is even on sale. That is right, for its first week the game is launching at the price of $2.99, after which it will go back up to $4.99. Read More
It strikes me that many TV and movie plots these days keep on using the ability of snooping into someone's phone as a part of the narrative when so many modern smartphones have a fingerprint reader and wouldn't be easy to unlock, but what do I know? Maybe that's a necessary suspension of belief to keep the story moving. And you'll have to do the same while playing A Normal Lost Phone, but thankfully though, you won't have to pay a lot today to skip past the slightly shoddy premise and into the interesting game.
If the title wasn't enough explanation for you, the idea is simple: you found a lost phone and you have to rummage through the contacts, messages, calendar, email, browser history, and gallery, essentially snooping on every aspect of the owner's life, to piece the story together. Read More