There was more than one great endless runner released this week as Hotssauce’s Catcha Catcha Aliens crept onto Google Play. It’s an interesting take on the whole running thing as you play the role of an alien catcher catcha whose job is cleaning up planets that have been overrun by pesky aliens.
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I'm a writer, artist and jack of all trades, currently living in the United States. I've always enjoyed gadgets, and made the switch to Android a little over a year ago. I currently write about pop culture, movies, and all things Android.
Game the News is certainly one of the more interesting developers out there as they fashion games out of real world events. Their previous games have touched on issues like Global Warming, Uzbekistan cotton pickers, and Syria. Cow Crusher is their latest game, and it’s all about cattle and horses…
Last year we heard that Kerosene Games was bringing Bladeslinger to Android and we’re happy to report that time has finally come. Luma Arcade’s Sci-Fi Western has just hit Google Play and it’s a game that you’ll definitely want to check out.
Nano Panda was one of the first games I ever covered, and Unit9 has been a bit quiet on the Android front since then. Astro Shark HD is set to change that though as it’s an intergalactic story of love & friendship that spans space and time.
One of my absolute favorite games of the past few years has been the overlooked gem known as Pollushot. My only gripe about the game was that it was way too short, but that issue was rectified when Dumb and Fat Games released the sequel dubbed Sling It!
The brutal brothers are back in action once again as Glu Mobile has just unleashed Gun Bros 2 for Android. It’s F.R.A.G.G.E.D. vs. T.O.O.L. part deux, and this time around you won’t have to wait to get in on the multi-player action.
Google Play turned 1 year old this week, and to celebrate they’ve decided to throw a Google Play Birthday Sale. The sale will last all week and we’re going to take a look at some of the offerings that have been announced so far.
I normally don’t cover things I haven’t played on Android, but we’ve had a slew of releases this week and God of Blades from White Whale Games is an exception. It’s another in a long line of hit iOS games that are slowly making their way to Android, and it’s one of the coolest Indies I’ve ever played…
The House of Mouse is on a roll. Last week we got Toy Story Smash It! and this week we’re getting Temple Run: Oz. It’s the second time Disney has teamed up with Imangi Studios on a game and it’s the second Temple Run game in the past 2 months. Is too much of a good thing a bad thing? Not in this case…
Sometimes you hear about a game that’s too odd to exist. Such is the case of Frederic Resurrection of Music from Forever Entertainment. What makes this little gem so bizarre? How bout’ Fredrick Chopin having a rap battle with a DJ and getting smoked out in Jamaica. Curious?
10,000,000 may not be the best name for a game, but it’s a name you’ll never forget and it’s one of the most addicting games we’ve ever played. iOS users got a taste of the madness last year, and we’re happy to report that 10,000,000 for Android is heading to an Android device near you sooner than later.
Earlier today we got a new commercial for the Samsung Galaxy S4, and now we have some leaked photos from a reputable source. The rumor mill is working overtime these days and with good reason as the Galaxy S4 is shaping up to be the hottest phone of the year.
It’s getting closer. The Samsung Unpacked 2013 event is creeping closer and it’s not long until we find out what the Samsung Galaxy S IV is going to look like and how much it’s going to cost. As you’d expect Samsung is starting to roll out advertisements to promote the event and their latest one involves a little guy named Jeremy.