The Humble Android Bundle 6 dropped yesterday, and while I was extremely excited to finally play Frozen Synapse, the game that really hooked me was Pulse from Cipher Prime Studios.
It’s Humble Bundle for Android time again! We’ve been chomping at the bit for another Humble Android Bundle, and today we finally got one. That’s right, the Humble Bundle with Android 6 has gone live, and it’s one of the best bundles we’ve seen in quite some time.
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.
Hero of Many is an upcoming action adventure game that lets you play the Hero of a small group of water-based creatures. It’s not due out until next week, but we were lucky enough to get a hold of an early copy thanks to the folks at Trickster Arts. After spending some time with the game, it’s pretty safe to say Hero of Many is a game you need to get excited about…
The Humble Bundle has brought us a lot of great Android Games, and most of them have become available on Google Play after the sale is over. Crayon Physics Deluxe has been one of the only holdouts, and that ended a few days ago when Kloonigames finally gave the award-winning game a wide release.
Every once in a while I come across an Android Game that really throws me for a loop, and Large Animal Games Color Zen is the latest game to work its mind magic on me. It’s a puzzle game with a zen-like vibe, and you’ll want to free up some time before you pick this bad boy up…
You stumble across all sorts of weird games when you’re browsing the Play Store, but just because something is strange doesn’t make it fun. Unless it’s a game from the guys at Butterscotch Shenanigans that is. They first caught our attention with the madness known as Towelfight 2, and now they’re back with a little game called Quadropus Rampage.
Little Luca is a new physics-based puzzle game from Glowingpine Studios. It’s the tale of Luca, a boy who’s trying to collect stars to bring back the night sky, and it’s one of the coolest puzzlers we’ve played in quite some time.
Battle Tails is a side-scrolling TD game that puts you to work defending your village against waves of enemy troops. It’s a mechanic we’re all familiar with, and it’s a blast when handled properly. What makes Battle Tails unique are the characters and settings which come straight from the mind of Huck Gee.
The Ludum Dare always produces some great games, and without we wouldn’t see Android titles like COLORUS from Octahedron Studios. It’s an endless runner with an Indie touch, and it’s one of the most colorful games we’ve seen in a while.
Google Play is full of Match-3 games. There are plenty of games that let you match jewels, animals, and brightly colored balls, but none actually use color as a weapon. Trinket Studios Color Sheep does just that as you take on colorful wolves using Woolson, a sheep with an amazing talent…
Nano Panda was one of the first games I ever covered, and Unit9 has been a bit quiet on the Android front since then. Astro Shark HD is set to change that though as it’s an intergalactic story of love & friendship that spans space and time.
Sometimes you hear about a game that’s too odd to exist. Such is the case of Frederic Resurrection of Music from Forever Entertainment. What makes this little gem so bizarre? How bout’ Fredrick Chopin having a rap battle with a DJ and getting smoked out in Jamaica. Curious?
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.