Sugar. It was a luxury back in the 18th century, and now it’s a substance in a physics-based Android Game by the name of Sugar, Sugar.
If you’re an avid Android gamer, you know things tend to move slowly as far as new Android Games are concerned. Such is the case with Scribblenauts Remix from 5th Cell and Iron Galaxy Studios, as the game was released on iOS in 2011 before popping up on the Amazon Appstore a few weeks back
Last week we told you about a new Android game by the name of Punch Quest, and as promised we’re back this week with a full review of Punch Quest for Android. It’s one of the vaguer reviews you’ll see me do as there are some surprises I don’t want to spoil, but I will say you’re in for one strange trip when you enter the land wonderful world of Punch Quest.
The original Gun Bros came out about two years ago and made an impression with its nod to the original Smash TV. The dual stick style control scheme is a blast past, from 1990 arcade halls to be exact. Gun Bros 2 continues on with the success of its predecessor by again combining fast paced, overhead, shooter action with awesome characters, art, animation, and role play elements.
If you enjoy Android city building games and games based in the wondrous medieval times then Puzzle Craft by Chillingo is the game for you. Puzzle Craft is by far the ultimate Android city building game because it incorporates so many different types of games and city building options that you will be hooked from the first time you farm your lands until…well your battery dies. That really is the only downside this reviewer has found with Puzzle Craft, my battery died while playing and I had to wait until I had a charge to keep going.
You are an Astronaut lost in space, and the only way for you to buy a ship to get back home is to game your way home in Shufflepuck Cantina by Agharta Studio. Shufflepuck Cantina is a surprisingly great game; who knew there was a way to make playing air hockey fun, not me. But playing Shufflepuck Cantina that’s exactly what you’re doing, playing space air hockey against aliens and robots to earn money so that you can get back home.
D-Day World War 2; you are an American Soldier on the front lines in Europe fighting the Nazi’s, it’s time to kill or be killed in Frontline Commando: D-Day by Glu Mobile. Do you have what it takes? In this detailed and wonderfully crafted Android 3rd person shooter it is up to you to free Europe from the Germans and blow up some stuff along the way.
We All know that zombies might be slow and rather dumb, but when they are coming en-mass all you can do is run. And that’s exactly what you have to do in the 3D Zombie running Game Into the Dead by developer PIKPOK. The question in the coming Zombie Apocalypse is simple: How long can you Run?
Who needs all that crazy HD and 3D graphics when you can have a classic-looking game like Ping? Answer: Not this guy, and probably not you either; developer Christopher Arnold did an outstanding job creating a game that looks and feels like a classic Atari game but is actually something completely new.This simple looking 8-bit game will have you hooked from the start because you will quickly realize it’s not as simple as it seems.
Clear Vision (17+) puts you in the role of Tyler, a down on his luck supermarket worker that’s decided he’s finally had enough. After you get canned from the grocery store you decide to get a new job as a hitman which is a pretty big change of pace, to say the least.
The SETI@home (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) project, developed by The Hathersage Group, and sponsored by Adobe Systems, has been using the computing power of the world’s PCs for a long time now for their project to find alien life. Now you can contribute the computing power of your Android phone to the project and help the SETI team with their quest. The app runs on Android 2.2 (or higher) and is coming to the Android first (take that iPhone fans).