We’ve seen a lot of great releases this week, and House of the Dead Overkill: The Lost Reels is another game to add to the list. It’s the second release from Sega this week, and it’s a mobile take on a popular shooter full of zombies and F-bombs.
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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’ve heard a lot about flexible displays over the past year, and it looks like LG is going to beat everyone to the punch as they’re set to release the first Flexible OLED display later this year.
Good old Shellhead is back. Gameloft released Iron Man 3 in the wee hours of the morning, and we finally get to see their take on another Superhero. They knocked it out of the park with Batman & Spiderman, so how does Iron Man 3 game stack up? Read on to find out…
It’s been a long time coming, but the fabulous keyboard alternative known as Swype has finally come out of Beta. Seriously. If you haven’t tried Nuance Communication’s keyboard there’s no time like the present as it’s the clicks keyboard app around…
Art Mogul is a game that’s all about Art, and you get to play a globetrotting Art dealer that’s out to take over the Art world one painting at a time. We briefly talked about his one last week, and as promised we’re back with our Art Mogul Review.
Legends of Yore has been a fan favorite since it was released, and last week Coke and Code released another cool retro game called Wizards of Yore. If you’re thinking it’s a sequel to Yore or just another Rougelike game… think again.
It’s pretty safe to say that most people have heard of the molasses flavored popcorn known as Cracker Jacks. The Cracker Jack app is out to remind folks of the nostalgic candy, and it even offers up a little baseball to boot.
You may remember the name Beeline Interactive from the insanely popular game Smurf’s Village. Snoopy’s Street Fair is another popular game from the developer, and a few weeks ago an Android version finally surfaced from the European division of the group. While it’s only available in two regions at the moment, it means we are getting closer to a wide release.
We’ve all heard the rumors about smartphones with flexible displays and plastic screens. If the latest rumor is true, Samsung will introduce the first plastic OLED display on the device known as the Galaxy Note III.
This week’s edition of the Best New Android Games of the Week brings some great new Android Games to the table. Last week saw two popular games get sequels, and we got a third game featuring the hungry little alien known as Om Nom. There’s a little something for everyone, and we hope you enjoy our picks…
I’ve often had a love/hate relationship with G5 Games, but their newest release has brought me back to the lovin’ side of things. Art Mogul is a new hidden object game from the group, and it’s not just about finding hidden things as you’ll have to learn to wheel and deal in the Art world if you want to be a true Art Mogul.
Whether you’re looking for Android apps to make you laugh, take notes or keep your phone safe, this week’s edition of the Best New Android Apps of the Week has a little something for everyone.
There are a slew of bomber games out there, and a few days back one of the more popular ones made its way to Google Play. iBomber is one in a series of Cobra Mobile Bomber games, and it’s quite a bit of fun if you games that make use of your gyroscope.
If you play sports-based card games, then you’ve probably played one of Hothead Games Big Win titles. Big Win MLB is the latest sports game from the group, and it’s also the first game to use actual players and teams instead of computer generated ones.
If you’re looking for a great RTS game, there’s a new one called First Wood War that you’ll want to check out. It’s an epic game involving little wooden soldiers, but not the type of wooden soldiers you’re probably thinking of…