In the words of Michael Corleone… Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in. A lot of folks are going to be saying that now that 22cans Curiosity appears to be winding down. That’s right, Peter Molyneux and the crew at 22cans is stepping in and cutting the cube down to 50 layers which means the “ultimate prize” will be awarded later this month.
Tag: "android game"
Monster Smasher is a new Android game from Playscape that’s about the eternal struggle between creatures called the Munchers & Gombies. It’s not a game about battling for land or gold though, instead you’re squabbling over food as the Munchers & Gombies both love to eat.
They say that running with scissors is dangerous, but how about running with Rock, Paper, and Scissors? Hamon manages to combine the two (kind of) with RPS Dash for Android, and it’s just as quirky as the name implies.
Last week we talked about a new game from Electronic Arts called Monopoly Hotels, and this week we’re back with our Monopoly Hotels Review. Think you have what it takes to become a Monopoly Mogul or will you even want to try?
Some games can be finished in one sitting while others require you to complete hundreds of quests or amass millions of points. 10000000 from EightyEight Games falls into the latter category as you’ll have to complete mini-quests and rack up a whopping 10,000,000 points if you want to get out of the dungeon alive. It’s just as difficult as it sounds…
Hamon has is no stranger to quirky Android games, and one of their latest oddball games goes by the name of Yakiniku Paradice. It’s a game about grilled meat and your ability to flip it as fast as you possibly can.
You may not know the name Lava Spark, but you’ll surely remember it after you get a hold of Battle Bunnies. It’s part city building game, part turn-based battler, and it’s full of quirky battling bunnies.
There are a lot of drinking games you can play on your Android device, but there aren’t many actual games with a plot that revolves around pubs. Alcohero from Moral Games is the first such game we’ve come across, and it’s an interesting take on the classic real life game known as a pub crawl…
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.
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…
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.
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.
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…