10,000,000 may not be the best name for a game, but it’s a name you’ll never forget and it’s one of the most addicting games we’ve ever played. iOS users got a taste of the madness last year, and we’re happy to report that 10,000,000 for Android is heading to an Android device near you sooner than later.
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It’s Monday which means it’s time for our picks on the Top 10 New Android Games of the Week. Last week saw several major releases including a highly anticipated racing game, a new Toy Story game, and a visit from those bloodthirsty Aliens & Predators.
Crescent Moon Games is on a roll. Yesterday we talked about Slingshot Racing, and today we’re back to let you know about Zen Training their new puzzler that’s all about mana stones and maple trees.
Rovio’s games generally follow a certain physics-based formula, but it looks like that’s about to change. The Croods is an upcoming movie from Dreamworks, and Rovio has just revealed they’ll be doing a tie-in game for the flick sans Angry Birds.
Toy Story: Smash It is available now from the Google Play Store. It features the different characters in the Toy Story movie in this unique block-breaking puzzle game.
Last night a silent assassin crept onto the Play store, and he was immediately eviscerated by an Alien. Angry Mob Games and Fox Digital have finally unleashed AVP Evolution and if you’re into carnage it’s a game you may want to check out.
If there’s two things I know about monkeys it’s that they love to swing on things, and they love bananas. Benji Bananas from Fingersoft brings both those things together to form on of the funnest Android games we’ve played this month.
Zen Pinball is the crème de la crème of Pinball games, and today Zen Studios upped the ante with the release of Star Wars Pinball for Android. You can now fling balls around the Star Wars universe till your hearts content and you’re going to have a blast doing it.
Just when I think I’m out…it pulls me right back in. Curiosity actually piqued my Curiosity since our last Behind the Cube update. Nobody’s broken into the Cube yet, and there are now new features to speak of, but there are a lot of names. Lots and lots of names…
Last week we talked about an awesome new Android game called The Sandbox by Pixowl, and as promised we’re back with a full review. The game’s had quite a ride on Android since its release with gripes about the IAP setup and differences from the iOS version (there aren’t any), but I’m happy to report that playing God in a pixelated world is just as fun as it sounds.
The Mobile World Congress may be in full swing, but we’re still here to bring you the Top New Android Games from the past week. This week’s list is full of awesome games from retro platformers to colorful sheep that spit light at wolves. There’s a little something for everyone, and we hope you enjoy our picks this week…
Word Up Dog is one of Randy Jackson’s favorite sayings, but it’s also the name of a new Android Game from Sarah Norway maker of the fine strategy game Rebuild. Word Up Dog is about as different as you can get from her previous game, and it’s also unlike any other word game you’ve ever played.
Ready for some Racing? HeroCraft has just released a slick new racer by the name of Protoxide: Death Race, and it’s not your typical street racing game. Protoxide takes place in a future where mankind has lost hope and all scores are settled with Death Races.