Tag Archive: Game


PureEarth wants to liven up your wallpaper game

Overview: PureEarth is a wallpaper app that focuses mainly on pictures from exotic locales from around the world, and interesting camera angles and picturesque scenes. It is a simple, easy app that offers some excellent wallpapers for those who are interested in visually impressive wallpapers. Developer: Daniele Orlando Cost: Free Impressions: PureEarth is similar to […]

HD HomeRun modernizes the old-school over-the-air TV game

HDHomerun is the perfect over-the-air addition to an already excellent Android TV experience.

The thing about being a cord-cutter is that you’re always trying to plug holes. It doesn’t matter what streaming video service you ultimately go with — there’s almost always something missing. For many of us, that hole comes down to local channels. And while services like YouTube TV are trying to fill that hole, there’s still something to be said for a good, old-fashioned broadcast antenna.

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The popularity of video games continues to grow, and the industry surrounding our favorite past-time keeps getting more and more lucrative. Despite the enormous list of games available across so many platforms, the next big hit is still waiting to be discovered.

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Have you always been interested in video games? Why not create your own? If this thought has already crossed your mind, Android Central Digital  [Read More…]

Magikarp Jump is a decidedly more casual Pokemon game, now available in Google Play

The Pokémon you want, but without leaving the house.

Maybe you’re tired of walking playing Pokémon Go but still need to get a Pokémon fix — well, why not give the new Magikarp Jump game a try? This casual Pokémon-themed game is far less involved than Go but still kicks in with the nostalgia we crave. Announced earlier this week with a limited release, Magikarp Jump is now available in the U.S.  [Read More…]

Reminder! Play the sci-fi game, complete the survey, and see how you compare to other developers!

The Developer Economics survey is the most entertaining global developer survey, providing the dev community with knowledge, insights, and fun!

We are excited to announce that the Developer Economics Q3 2017 survey, run by our friends at VisionMobile, is currently underway! This is the thirteenth developer survey, focusing on tools, training and career development. Every year, more than 40,000 developers around the world participate in the survey, so it is a chance to be part of something  [Read More…]

Sky Dancer: A Temple Run-style game for all the dreamers out there (Review)

Overview Endless runner-style games aren’t a novelty, but the poetically named Sky Dancer manages to distinguish itself from the slew of Temple Run alternatives out there. Not only does Sky Dancer provide gamers with challenging gameplay, but it also creates a unique atmosphere thanks to its beautiful graphics and immersive music. Did I get your […]

Nintendo is Developing a ‘Legend of Zelda’ Smartphone Game

Super Mario Run, Miitomo and Fire Emblem Heroes. Let’s just say Nintendo announcing it was moving into the mobile gaming market was greeted through somewhat hesitant but expectant eyes, and by all accounts, its been a “mushroom stomping success” ( cough ) Being a HUGE gaming addict since as long as I care NOT to […]

Board Kings – The town building, board game mashup (Review)

Everyone loves board games! Okay, okay. That’s a very broad and generalizing statement. MOST people like at least some board games. There’s something fun about seeing what twists and turns will happen and maybe the best part of all is getting one over on your friends. Jelly Button Games took this magic formula and mashed […]

Smash Hit: Elegancy meets amusement in this superb arcade game (Review)

In an era of soulless clones being uploaded every day to the Play Store, it is always good news to see refreshing games that bring forth new ideas or consolidate previous ideas in a nice package. Or sure, why not both? Enter Smash Hit, by developer Mediocre, who isn’t mediocre at all, since it has delivered a […]

PlayMobo is a game discovery tool and library (Promoted Review)

Overview Even if Google now offers a “New Indie Highlights” section in the Google Play Store, meant to help users discover titles – some games might still go unnoticed. Google’s section can only accommodate a handful of games, while dozens of new games are being added to the store every week, so it’s easy to […]