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.
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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.
Temple Run is the fast paced running game from Imangi Studios that everyone’s been talking about lately. In only a short time it’s amassed well over 5 million downloads, and there’s a good reason for that. Temple Run is loads of fun, extremely addictive, and is hands down the best running game out there.
Guess the Song is a new Android Game from Happy Hippo that puts your brain to the test as you try and guess songs or artists from audio clips. It’s an android version of the age old classic game “Name that Tune” and it’s a lot of fun to play if dig music.
A few weeks back we told you about an awesome new Android game called New Star Soccer. As promised we’re back with a full rundown of this little soccer sim, I planned on doing a review last week, but couldn’t seem to put the game down long enough. If you dig Soccer or Sports sims of any kind, New Star Soccer is a game you’re gonna’ love.
A few days back MTV Networks dropped a little game called SpongeBob Marbles & Slides onto Google Play. The game combines physics with drawing as you try to help SpongeBob & the gang steal the Krabby Patty recipe.
If you like the show American Pickers prepare to be surprised as Glu Mobile has just released American Pickers the Android game. The premise for the show is actually perfect for a game, and Glu has done a great job at turning American Pickers into a hidden object game that fits the show to a tee.
I’m pretty groggy this morning, and there’s a good reason for it as the folks at Kairosoft unleashed Cafeteria Nipponica for Android late last night. Yes, you now get to run a cafeteria in true Kairosoft style, and as you might expect it’s quite a bit of fun.
Puzzle Family is a new Android game from Com2uS that lets you take on a series of mini-games set in a bizarre little world full of quirky characters. Puzzle Family is one of two mini-puzzle game’s Com2uS released last month, and while we’re not sure if this is a new trend it’s definitely something different.
Everyone knows Gameloft dropped Gangstar Rio: City of Saints last week, but they also popped out another Android game called Where’s Waldo Now? Almost everyone in the world knows who the red-striped Waldo is, and a hidden object game is a natural fit for the spectacle wearing traveler.
Android games that let you make food have become quite popular, and there’s a new one out called Pizza Picasso from Animoca that puts you in charge of making pizzas. There are no goals, time limits and there’s really no point to the game except to make pizzas in almost every conceivable way.