Crowdfunding for Android Games has been a hot topic over the past several months, and Not Without You by Bad Pilcrow is another cool Indie in need of a little funding.
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Growing up I hated school like damn near everyone else I knew, but now that I’m all growed up building a school might be fun. That “seems” to be the premise behind a new Kairosoft game that crept into existence last week. Two prestigious Academy of Pocket is the translated name of the new game, but iOS users already know it as Pocket Academy.
Shake Spears! is a new Android Game from the folks at Alawar Entertainment that lets you try to earn glory, honor, and fame on the back of a horse. You won’t be racing horses, but jousting on the back of them in this fun little quick play game.
Infinite Dreams has put out some great Android Games and one of my favorites has always been Let’s Create! Pottery. It’s been out for awhile now, and you’ve probably seen it in the market with its $4.99 price tag and no free version. Well, it looks like there is a lite version of the game available now, and if you’ve ever been curious about Let’s Create! Pottery now’s the time to check it out.
Gameloft has been releasing a slew of games lately, and they just dropped another new title called Shark Dash. As shocking as it may seem this is the group’s first attempt at a physics-based flinger, and hopefully not their last as Shark Dash is full of good old fashioned physics-based fun.
The games just keep on coming. That was my first thought when I browsed through Google Play today and noticed Hambo from Miniclip Games. I’ve seen around 9 good looking games drop today and plan on covering most of them, but we’re starting with Hambo because who doesn’t like a Pig version of Rambo?
As we reported yesterday Glu Mobile dropped their new Hunting game called Deer Hunter Reloaded. Well, we’re back a little sooner than I thought with our full review of the game, and if you’re thinking “sooner is better” you’d be wrong in this case…
If you want a quick way to test your brainpower Brain games are a great way to do that, and Brain Lab from SixDead Entertainment is a good example of such a game. It won’t make you a genius, but it will put your brain to the test with its memory and logic puzzles.
I love stumbling across great new Android games, and such is the case for a game called Exhaust Thing by FencingFleas. Exhaust Thing is a game that lets you fight the evil menace known as pollution, and it’s also a whole lotta’ fun if you dig tap-and-destroy style games.
I was recently browsing for musical Android Apps when I stumbled across Piano Master from B77 Entertainment. Piano is an instrument I’ve always wanted to play, and Piano Master is the first Android game I’ve found that actually teaches me how to tickle the ivories while still staying fun.
Ever since I first played the Android Game They Need to Be Fed, I’ve been on the lookout for Indie games with a unique style. Treemaker from Mikrotie definitely falls into the unique category and it’s an Android game you won’t want to miss.
It’s been a while since the game makers at Hexage have released a game, but fans of their vibrant games can rest easy as they’ve just released Radiant Defense for Android. If you’ve enjoyed the company’s other games, you’ll definitely dig this one so prepare your eyes for the visual assault that is Radiant Defense.
Fans of Spacetime Studios MMORPG’s should be happy this week as the studio finally released Dark Legends for Android. Dark Legends is a complete 360 from the groups other games, as their new title is adult oriented and deals with the world of Vampires.
YoYo Games has cranked out some killer Android games over the past year, and they just dropped 2 new ones form their “simply” line called Simply Minesweeper and Simply Word Search. Both games are considered classics, but YoYo has put their own spin on them and made them refreshing for the gamers of today.
Slime vs. Mushroom 2 is a funky little strategy game from the folks at Westriver. You are the slime, and the mushrooms are your mortal enemy out to take you down. We’re not sure why the two are enemies, but we do know that it makes for a very fun game.
Ghost Recon Network is a new Android app from Ubisoft Entertainment, the team behind the upcoming console game Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier. Ghost Recon Network lets you get a nice preview of the new games arsenal as you’ll get to check out and create your own unique weapons in 3D.