It’s 2012, and contrary to popular belief some folks still thing we’re going to bite the big one on December 21st. HandyGames is getting in on the action with an End of the World Sale by discounting all their games across all platforms
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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.
We reported a few weeks back that Kairosoft was coming with a new game, and now it’s arrived renamed as The Pyraplex. It’s a much catchier name than Pyramid Kingdom Excavation, and more fitting considering you’re trying to build a shopping mall of sorts in ancient Egypt.
Photo Apps are always popular and Sony Digital Network Applications or SDNA for short has put out some nice ones over the past few years. Motiongraph is the latest and greatest from the developers at SDNA and if you’re looking for an Android app to “Wow” your friends Motiongraph might just be the thing for you.
We’ve been following the folks at Mojo Bones since they released the puzzling platformer Tongue Tied!, and it looks like they’ve taken to Kickstarter for their latest project GameTron 1000. Yes… the game is just as cool as the name implies.
Everyday more people are using their mobile devices to listen to music, and having slick visuals to go along with your tunes is never a bad thing. If you’re looking for an app that dazzles, look no further than the BH Music Visualizer from Cold Beam Games.
Halloween may be over, but Monsters can be fun all year long if you’ve got an Android game like Monster Crew from BonusXP. Monster Crew isn’t about a street gang full of Monsters (that would be cool) or a monstrous pit crew. Instead it’s the tale of a boy, his piggy bank, cards… and Monsters of course!
Want to have a Personal Trainer in your pocket? Well, look no further than Nike’s new Android app the Nike Training Club. It’s not Nike’s first app and it definitely won’t be it’s last, but is it better than what’s already out there?
Gamevil is pretty solid when it comes to annual releases, and this week brought us their yearly baseball offering with Baseball Superstars 2013. Is this year’s game different or is it just more of the same? Keep reading to find out…
Nikola Tesla was a mysterious genius whose inventions helped bring forth a lot of things we use today. Tesla’s Electric Mist is a new Android game from iCOOLgeeks that lets you jump into the world of the quirky inventor as you’ll travel back in time to save a town and solve a mystery.
We’re back with another update on 22cans mysterious Android game Curiosity. Unlike our previous Curiosity updates this one is full of new features and the in-app purchases have officially gone live.
We’re back and things are back to normal this week with our picks for the Top New Android Apps of the Week. After last week’s experiment we’re going back to Sundays as well as separate lists the sites. Now that we got that out of the way it’s on to the apps…
There have been some interesting Android games pop up on Kickstarter lately, and Days of Dawn is a new one that quickly grabbed our attention. Days of Dawn is a slick looking RPG that lets you explore a world full of bizarre creatures and you’re going to take them on using your emotions instead of a sword.
Hula Hoops are something usually reserved for people with good coordination, which leaves most of us out of the loop. Plant Pot’s Finger Hoola is a new Android game that gives people that are horrible at hula a shot as you get to use your fingers instead of your hips.
The year may be winding down, but Gameloft is still cranking them out. The group’s latest effort is the highly anticipated Heroes of Order & Chaos and it’s the first Android game to offer up a multiplayer online battle arena.