If you’re a fan of awesome graphics, easy but challenging gameplay — and most of all just a good fun app — you’ve got to try Smash Hit. The idea is that you have a number of balls with which you’ll hit objects in a sort of first-person shooter style. Physics are very much in effect here, and keep in mind that you’ve got a limited amount of ammo.
But hit a [Read More...]
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QuizUp, the insanely popular trivia game on iOS, has made its way to Android in all its glory today. The game, if you haven’t given it a try on the other platform yet, lets you go head-to-head with random opponents all around the world answering multiple-choice trivia questions on several topics. You can choose from books, movies, games, art, logos, history, sports and [Read More...]
Being a massive fan of strategy games, when Game Insight recently released their Cloud Raiders game for Android, I had to play it.
You are required to battle armies of sky pirates to defend your base, as well as other players in the game in the PvP mode. You’re able to form clans in Cloud Raiders to cooperate attacks in raids for devastating effect.
Cloud Raiders very much [Read More...]
FlatOut is a very popular racing video game for PC, PlayStation and Xbox initially released in 2004 and followed by a series of other installments during the years. And even though up until now only technology [Read More...]
The Super Bowl is on Sunday, and what better way to get ready for the game than with the Super Bowl XLVI Guide app? This app is aimed at everyone who will be in the metro area of Indianapolis. It will not be of much use if you’re not going, unless you want to check out where some popular Indianapolis restaurants are located. Don’t worry when you see that it’s presented [Read More...]
Earlier this month Qualcomm launched their GameCommand application into the Android Market to showcase all the titles that are optimized for their Snapdragon devices. The app couldn’t be installed on non-Snapdragon devices and the design of the layout was rather uninspiring, but Qualcomm is investing a lot of resources to make sure that GameCommand is a success.
Recently we had the opportunity to sit down with Dave Durnil, Director of Advanced [Read More...]
My car is 10 years old and chugging along nicely, but I wouldn’t mind pushing something new for the new [Read More...]
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Oh, boy, here we go again. One man stranded on a spaceship? Been there. Hordes of Necromorphs? Done that. On Android? Well now, slow down there, Ace. Now we’re talking.
Yes, it’s finally happened. Electronics Arts has brought its shock-filled, gore-laden, space epic to Android, and man oh man, was it worth the wait. Dead Space has all the markings of a AAA title, and if it weren’t for the slightly [Read More...]
Since it first unveiled the Nexus line of phones, Google has commissioned some wonderful ninja-themed unboxing videos. The first was merely just entertaining, while the second [Read More...]
I fear turn-based RPGs may have gone the way of the dodo, but I am finding a little relief in the exploding market of action/RPGs. Exitium is one of the newer of these hybrid games on the market, and I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of detail, polish, and overall mechanics of the first game from Minoraxis, Inc. From the moment you are [Read More...]