Sometimes a game will grab your attention with a catchy name or a flashy Play Store icon. TAPPS Burgerang Mad Burger manages to do both, and it’s pretty darned fun to boot…
Connect the dots is a game we’ve all played, and it’s also a natural fit for touchscreen devices. Inferno’s dotdot puts a dot-popping twist on the old classic, and it’s one of the coolest games we’ve come across this week.
Get ready for more movie games. Today Gameloft is releasing Despicable Me Minion Rush, and tomorrow we’re supposed to get the new Man of Steel movie tie-in game. We’ll take a look at Supes tomorrow, but today we’re going to talk about those adorable mumbling minions from Despicable Me.
The developers at Coconut Island Studio made a lot of gamers happy when they released Finger Balance for Android, and last week they dropped another brought another excellent game over to Android with One Tap Hero.
Sheep Up! is a new game from Bad Seed and Pocket Gems Publishing that involves a sheep with a unique ability. The hero of this tale is a toy sheep with a knack for jumping, and you’ll have to help him bounce through boxes to set the wooly warrior free.
When you hear the word Tower of London you generally don’t think of video games. Mint Master is looking to change that as it’s a “strategy” management game with a bit of a storyline involving the Tower of London and its history as The Royal Mint.
Last week we told you about the soft launch of G.I. JOE Battleground for Android which is currently only available to folks in a few regions. Well, thanks to a friend overseas I’ve spent the past couple of days playing around Battleground and I’m happy to say you will not be disappointed if you’re a fan of G.I. JOE.
You’ve heard about it, you’ve watched the funny videos, and now you can finally see what all the fuss is about. Vine for Android has officially been released, and it’s the coolest way to make and share short video clips with friends and followers.
I’m a sucker for Western themed games, and while there aren’t many of them available for Android we did get a new one over the weekend. Wagon Shootout puts you in charge of a wagon train, and you’ll need quick fingers and great typing skills if you want to make it through the borderlands alive.
A lot of people would love to speak a foreign language, but it can be costly and time consuming if you have to take classes. Duolingo for Android can change that as it teaches you foreign languages, and it does it all for free.
Skee Ball has been around since the early 1900s, and it’s pretty safe to say it’s a game most Americans have played at some point and time. American Ball brings an updated version of the classic to Android devices complete with tickets, and multiplayer action.
Android gamers in certain parts of the world have been enjoying Tetris Blitz for a while, and today EA finally gave the game a wide release. It resembles the Tetris game we all know and love, but with a modern twist that speeds things up quite a bit.