We’ve been hit with a few Infection games lately, and Plague Inc. is the latest game to let you dominate the world with a virus of sorts. It infected me with a healthy dose of fun last week, and as promised I’m back with a full review of Ndemic Creations Plague Inc.
We’ve seen our fair share of tap rhythm games this year, but it’s always nice to see something fresh like Flow – A Space Drum Saga from Spaceware. Flow is a “space drumming game” which is a first, but it’s also a space drumming game with a storyline where you’ll get to save some little aliens.
Another popular iOS title has made it’s way onto the Android platform. This time around it is Pocket Planes by NimbleBit that has been given the Android treatment and been turned into an Android game. The airline management simulator game has been available for iOS devices since June and has racked up 2.4 millions downloads and with an Android release, the company are sure to get even more downloads of their popular game.
Food serving games are a dime a dozen these days, but there’s a new one that stands head and shoulders above the rest. Order Up!! To Go is an Android game that will put your culinary skills to the test as you open restaurants around the world and try to cook the best dishes around.
If you’ve ever dreamed of owning and operating your own TV station today’s your lucky day. B-Tower is the newest Android game from Bluewind, and it’s the first game to my knowledge that lets you construct your own television station from the ground up.
Another week… another Monster catching game. This time it’s Monster Warlord from the folks at Gamevil, and if you’re into the whole monster catching crazy it’s pretty safe to say you’ll want to check this one out.
As promised late last week Glu Mobile has released another slick Android Game and this time they’re taking us to the woods. Campers! is the newest release from Glu, and it’s the first game that I know of that lets you brave the rapids, build cabins, collect pine cones, and eat cookies.
Quiz games are always good fun, and there has been a big trend of created Logo Quiz games for Android lately. I just noticed one or two a few months ago, and now there’s seem to be dozens of copycat games. With that in mind I decided it was high time I check one out so I decided to go with one of the fist called Logo Quiz by Bubble Quiz Games.
Angry Birds started the mobile physics-flinging trend, and since it’s release there have been a slew of copy cats. Toy Shot from Gamevil is one of the latest to try that formula, and it’s also been one of the most successful as it’s truly been a blast to play.
A few weeks ago we took a look at a quirky little Android app called Brick Buddies from Flarb. Now we’re going to take a look at game of sorts from the group involving Birds. Camera Birds doesn’t let you fling birds around, but you will get to shoot them… with your camera.
As NASA take a step into the unknown by landing on Mars with it’s Curiosity rover space vehicle, Rovio have also jumped onto the space wagon by announcing that their ever popular Angry Birds are also on the way to Mars in the near future.
If there’s a classic PC game you love chances are there’s an Android port of it. There’s one game that I’ve longed for over all others, and it’s yet to have a “solid” port for some bizarre reason. That game is Lemonade Tycoon, and while there are several different versions of it floating around most have been pretty poor attempts. Supanova is the latest developer to take on the game, and they’ve just released their version called Lemonade Tale.
The title of a game can tell you a lot; sometimes its dead on while other times its way off the mark. When I noticed a new little Android game called Nom Nom in Appleland, I immediately thought “kids game”, but was totally off as Nom Nom is an interesting little game that anyone can enjoy.
I’ve come across my share of crazy Android games over the past few years, and Chlory: The Ocean Guard from PAPAYA apps is definitely going onto the crazy list. At first glance the game seems normal enough, but once you dig into it you quickly find out how quirky this little game is.