If you were gaming in the late 90s chances are you’ve heard of Carmageddon as it made quite the splash when it was released for the PC in 1997. The folks at Stainless Games wanted to bring the retro racer to a new generation, and last night that happened as Carmageddon for Android was unleashed on the masses.
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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.
Airport Scanner is a popular mobile game that was released on iOS last year, and the team at Pocket Gems is working with the Kedlin Company to bring the game to Android next month. Ready to see what a day in the life of a Security Screener is like?
Hero Forge is a puzzling new RPG from Clapfoot that lets you forge a hero of your very own through matching 3D blocks. Yup, it’s another matching game, but things are a bit different this go-round as you get to fight folks in some intense online battles.
There are several spooky Android Games floating about on Google Play, but a new one by the name of The Spookening has quickly become a personal favorite. It gives you a taste of what life might be like as a ghost, and it’s pretty Spooktacular…
Boxing games are always a great way to kill time, but good Android boxing titles are few and far between. None of them involve monkeys either. Monkey Boxing is the latest game from the fine folks at Crescent Moon Studios, and if you’re in the mood to play around with pugilistic primates, it’s just the thing for you.
Undead Soccer puts you into the shoes of a soccer playing guy who got a big surprise after getting banned from a match. After returning from the locker room, he noticed everyone had been turned into ghouls and you’ll have to take them on with a trashcan lid and a football. Sound like fun?
I’m always on the lookout for interesting Android Games, and this morning I stumbled across one called Hope: Other Side of Adventure. It’s a game set in medieval times, and there’s a princess involved, but it’s unlike any “Adventure” game you’ve ever played.
If you’re an avid Android gamer, you know things tend to move slowly as far as new Android Games are concerned. Such is the case with Scribblenauts Remix from 5th Cell and Iron Galaxy Studios, as the game was released on iOS in 2011 before popping up on the Amazon Appstore a few weeks back
Last week we told you about a new Android game by the name of Punch Quest, and as promised we’re back this week with a full review of Punch Quest for Android. It’s one of the vaguer reviews you’ll see me do as there are some surprises I don’t want to spoil, but I will say you’re in for one strange trip when you enter the land wonderful world of Punch Quest.
Amazon may still be behind Google Play in terms of content, but over the weekend the Amazon Appstore made the jump to China. Yup, Amazon has beaten Google to the punch as they’ll be the first to offer paid Android apps in China.
This week’s edition of the Best New Android Apps of the Week offers up a couple of slick Betas, a great app for shutterbugs, and an official offering from the folks at Fixya. It wasn’t the most exciting week for Android app’s, but we did get a few good new ones…
We’re pulling the old switcheroo on you again as we’ve moved our Best New Android Games of the Week piece to Saturdays. We have a great list of games to choose from this week, and we hope you enjoy our picks.
Movie tie-in games usually blow, but occasionally we come across an interesting effort like Freaky Deaky Flashback. It’s an Android game based the movie Freaky Deaky which in turn is based off the Elmore Leonard novel of the same name.