If you just can’t get enough of those Angry Birds, today’s your lucky day as Rovio has finally brought Angry Birds Friends to Android. Yup, it’s another Angry Birds game although things are a bit different this time around.
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If you dig social guessing games there’s a new one out you’re going to want to pay attention to. Humm Together from Above the Clouds is the latest guessing game to try its hand at the “Draw Something” style of play, but there’s no drawing involved in this one… only humming.
Star Arcade brought us a fun multiplayer game last year with Jelly Wars and now they’re at it again with Crazy Gardens for Android. As with all their games, this one’s an online multiplayer game and it’s all about the plants this time around.
I tried to resist, but last night I finally gave in to the phenomenon known as Draw Something from OMGPop. After wrestling myself away from the game I thought it was high time to do a review, so here are my thoughts on Draw Something otherwise known as the hottest game around…
Gaming giant Zynga has had numerous hits with their popular social-based games, and they just added another one to their hit list with Scramble with Friends for Android. Scramble with Friends is a word mix-up game similar to Boggle or Scrabble, and as you might have guessed the gameplay is fast, furious, and a whole lotta’ fun.
Poker is a game that involves a lot of skill and luck, and it’s also a game most of us have played at some point and time. It got a huge resurgence when the WSOP starting airing on TV several years back, and now there are a slew of poker apps in the Android market as well. One of the newest Poker apps is called Winner Poker and it was just released today by Viaden Gaming.
SCVNGR, a location-based social game which came out several months ago has just been updated to version 3.5. Actually, it’s kind of confusing at first what this Android app/game is all about.
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Telegraph.co.ukSteve Jobs hates Flash. Android doesn't.GamezeboWith so many independent and social game developers already working in Flash, could Android's Flash-friendly mobile platform provide gamers with a unique …Citysearch Updates Black…