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.
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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.
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.
It’s Monday which means it’s time for our picks on the Top 10 New Android Games of the Week. Last week saw several major releases including a highly anticipated racing game, a new Toy Story game, and a visit from those bloodthirsty Aliens & Predators.
The pickins’ have been a little slim over the past few weeks, but we’ve managed to find several new Android Apps for our list of The Top New Android Apps of the Week…
A few weeks back we covered Terry Cavanagh’s frustrating game Super Hexagon, and now we’re back to tell about VVVVVV for Android. VVVVVV is a 2D puzzle-platformer that was originally released in 2010 on the PC and again in 2011 for the Nintendo 3DS. It’s a platform game with an old-school look and it’s coming to Android very, very soon.
Ever wanted to control your PC without actually touching it? Leap Motion is set to make that a reality and it looks to be one of the more promising motion controlled setups we’ve seen. It’s basically like having a Kinect hooked up to your PC or Mac, and it can track individual finger movements to one-hundredth of a millimeter.
Crescent Moon Games is on a roll. Yesterday we talked about Slingshot Racing, and today we’re back to let you know about Zen Training their new puzzler that’s all about mana stones and maple trees.
Rovio’s games generally follow a certain physics-based formula, but it looks like that’s about to change. The Croods is an upcoming movie from Dreamworks, and Rovio has just revealed they’ll be doing a tie-in game for the flick sans Angry Birds.
EA’s not the only company with a slick new racing game. Slingshot Racing is the newest game from the fine folks at Crescent Moon Games makers of Paper Monsters and Aralon Sword and Shadow. Each game they’ve dropped has been completely different from the last, and Slingshot Racing is unlike any racing game you’ve likely played.
Last night a silent assassin crept onto the Play store, and he was immediately eviscerated by an Alien. Angry Mob Games and Fox Digital have finally unleashed AVP Evolution and if you’re into carnage it’s a game you may want to check out.
If there’s two things I know about monkeys it’s that they love to swing on things, and they love bananas. Benji Bananas from Fingersoft brings both those things together to form on of the funnest Android games we’ve played this month.
Zen Pinball is the crème de la crème of Pinball games, and today Zen Studios upped the ante with the release of Star Wars Pinball for Android. You can now fling balls around the Star Wars universe till your hearts content and you’re going to have a blast doing it.
If you’ve ever dreamed of keeping Warwick Davis in your pocket today’s your lucky day. PocketWarwick is an Android App starring Warwick Davis and it’s definitely one of the more interesting apps we’ve come across.
Just when I think I’m out…it pulls me right back in. Curiosity actually piqued my Curiosity since our last Behind the Cube update. Nobody’s broken into the Cube yet, and there are now new features to speak of, but there are a lot of names. Lots and lots of names…