The sequel to classic strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown is now available in the Google Play Store. XCOM: Enemy Within features the same excellent turn-based gameplay and long-term squad progression, and lathers on new story, more aliens to blow up, more tech to research, and the ability to upgrade your troops with cybernetics and gene mods.
Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 12 Nov 2014 3:40 pm
TwoDots, the minimalist puzzle game from developer Playdots, has made its way to Android. The game is free to play with in-app purchases and offers up 135 engaging levels located in environments stretching from arctic tundras to the depths of the ocean.
Hopefully you guys are gearing up for a fun-filled Halloween, but we wouldn't let October slip by without rounding up the very best Android games and Android apps that have been released in the last 30 days. Both Google and Microsoft had a few really interesting new apps available this month. It was also a fantastic turnout for new games with lots of truly AAA titles be launched.
Following an early launch on Amazon, Telltale's gritty adventure game The Wolf Among Us is now available on the Google Play Store. The first episode is free, with additional episodes available for $4.99 each or the whole season for $14.99.
If you've ever wanted a strategy game with wookiees, now you've got it thanks to Star Wars: Galactic Defense. Pick light side or dark side, chose up to three classic heroes, and set up your towers against waves of enemies.
Children of the 80s will be pretty pumped to hear that Angry Birds Transformers is now available on Android. Not only is Angry Birds putting aside their well-known physics puzzle gameplay for a more action-packed side-scrolling shooter, they're also staying true to the retro charm of original cartoon series. What they aren't putting aside are the standard freemium mechanics, like timers and...
A dystopian thriller with powerful story and great graphics
Republique is a fantastic stealth adventure game that was borne of a Kickstarter campaign back in 2012. The Android port was officially released this week, and there's a lot to say about it.
The core gameplay of avoiding guards, gathering clues, and employing an array of hacking abilities is paired up wonderfully with a strong...
2K has refreshed their hockey game for the upcoming season, and it's looking solid. NHL 2K for mobile offers a My Career mode, where you focus on one player and shape their performance over multiple seasons.
It looks like Camouflaj's stealth-action game République is now available on the Amazon App Store and on Google's Play Store. The game is listed at $4.99 on both stores, but Amazon is running a promotion on the title bringing down the price to just $1.99. République is set against the Internet age where users will explore the perils of government surveillance.
This weekend I'm participating in Extra Life, a fundraiser by avid gamers to raise money for local children's hospitals. It's a bit of a marathon, whereby participants play games (board games, video games - whatever you're into) for 24 hours straight. Last time I did this, I hauled my PC gaming rig to our group's headquarters for the event, but this year I'm traveling light and playing mobile...
We're rounding up the best new Android games and apps for you again this week. Over the last seven days, we've seen some refreshing new video messaging apps. There's a good mix of IAP-less premium games and freemium titles to dig into as well.
If you're good to go, let's dive into our top ten Android apps to hit the Google Play Store this week.
Console gamers everywhere have been enthralled with Shadow of Mordor, an action-heavy game based on the universe created by J.R.R. Tolkien. While we don't have a mobile version of Shadow of Mordor to play, Kabam and Warner Bros. Interactive released a Middle-Earth game of their own – Lord of the Rings: Legends of Middle Earth.
Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 16 Oct 2014 4:38 pm
Mobile gamers that find themselves craving a little more rock in their gaming may be in luck. Hard rockers Avenged Sevenfold have announced today that they are releasing a new action adventure role-playing game titled Hail to the King: Deathbat.
Fans of the classic RollerCoaster Tycoon series will be happy to hear that the mobile version has finally found its way to Android.
RollerCoaster Tycoon has enjoyed considerable success on iOS as a freemium game, allowing players to build a sprawling theme park with diverse attractions, construct over-the-top rides, and rake in the profits. You'll find all of the usual free-to-play tropes...
2K's official NBA game launched today on Android, but for the time being it's going to be exclusively available for Amazon devices. NBA 2K15 offers substantially improved graphics while playing on the basketball court, and a new MyCareer mode that has players work through a storyline by doing stuff like answering questions at press conferences and training their custom-made character. The...
A truly bizarre puzzle platformer game called Botanicula has popped into the Google Play Store. It comes from the creators of Machinarium, and has a similarly off-kilter art style and distinct sense of humor.
We're rounding up the best new Android games and apps for you again this week. This go-around is a healthy dose of casual games, though the more hardcore players will find a great strategy title in the mix here. Among the newest apps this week, we also have a few for the creative types from AutoDesk and Adobe, plus some new communication apps that are worth a gander.
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Summer is slowly drifting away, but the Google Play Store apps are still coming out with full force. We've got a good mix of new and premium Android games, and a few solid communication apps that launched in the last four weeks for your consideration.
We're always eager to hear what you guys have installed, so be sure to hit up the comments with your favorite new apps. With that, let's dig...
A dark first-person puzzle game just emerged in the Google Play Store called Hellraid: The Escape. It ties in with an upcoming console game, though the mobile iteration is decidedly less hack-and-slashy. It's going for $2.99, and has no in-app purchases or ads.
Really dig on puzzle games for Android, but hate being nagged to buy hints and power-ups to take the easy way out? We're showing off ten of our top Android puzzle games with no in-app purchases whatsoever. You'll find a nice range of starkly abstract to friendly and cartoony, physics games and logic games, and just about everything else in between.
Of course, the Google Play Store is full of...
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