R.O.O.T.S is a psychedelic new Android game that involves alien trees who are striving for domination of the solar system. It’s an odd premise, but a fun one and an assault on the senses.
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The greatest man in the world of Sports Entertainment got an Android App yesterday and it wasn’t an April fool’s joke. Rockpocalypse is a new Android game from the WWE and it’s all about The Rock putting a beat down on scores of evil Jabroni’s.
PikPok is well known for their flick kick sporting games, but they switched things up last week with their release of Into the Dead. It’s about as different as you can get from the developers previous titles, and it’s one of the coolest Zombie games you’re likely to find on Google Play.
Pirate games come in many shapes and forms. Some games let you play as a pirate while others let you control the pirates’ ship. 6waves Raft Pirates does the latter, and it’s a soul sucking game that will whittle away at your free time and pull you in with its fun turn-based battles.
Being a pirate isn’t as glamorous as the movies make it out to be, but it sure can be a lot of fun. Raft Pirates from 6waves takes an interesting approach to the whole pirate shtick as you command a raft full of wacky weapons and battle it out on the high seas.
Mini-games are a great way to pass the time, but they usually don’t have much depth. Taptitude is a new Android Game that aims to prove mini-games can offer deep gameplay as it wraps more than 75 mini-games into an interesting package.
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.
Before mobile games were even a thought, Hangman was being played by kids & adults around the globe. Big Hangman of Fortune from Kumkwat Entertainment is an Android version of the classic and a fun new take on a game all of us have played.
The Powerful NYC is a new Android Game from Mobage involving superheroes, gangsters, angels, and an eclipse. It’s an RPG hybrid of sorts instead of a straight up TCG which is a welcome change of pace, and it also has some of the coolest artwork you’re likely to see in a mobile game.
It’s been awhile since we covered something kooky, but Alpaka Evolution from Beltheva certainly fits the bill. When a games play store description simply says “Alpaka peaceful… either devil or god or….” you know you’re in for a strange trip.
There aren’t many Western themed Android games out there, but a new one recently popped up on Google Play in the form of Oddland from G4M3 Studios. Oddland isn’t your typical kind of Western game either; the game does have a strong Western theme, but is actually set in a post-apocalyptic future.
The original Tron was a great flick, and it introduced us to the awesomeness known as the Light Cycle. Many Android games have tried to mimic the famous Light Cycle races, but LightSpeeder from Rude Boy Games is the first one I’ve played that actually pulls it off and makes it fun.
Simpsons fans rejoice as it seems that we are finally getting a taste of The Simpsons Tapped Out for Android. On January 25th Electronic Arts Nederland BV released the game onto Google Play, but only to certain regions of the world. While this does leave a lot of people out in the cold, it looks it won’t be long before everyone gets in on some Simpsons action.