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Empress of the Deep 2 wraps you in a fantasy puzzle

Ready for a puzzle-filled fantasy adventure? Whether or not you played the first edition in this series, feel free to jump on board – literally, as in a balloon ride to the Sky Temple – for some challenging fantasy fun in Empress of the Deep 2. The game arrives filled with wonderful detail, fro ... Full Article »

September 13, 2012 5:30pm

Fuel your rockets and blast off with Jetpack Joyride on Android

Ready for another dose of free-running side scrolling games? While the weekly additions are yet to buckle the genre into obscurity, there’s just something about Jetpack Joyride that invigorates the ‘tap to jump’ gameplay. It’s one of those games that you find yourself saying “just one more ... Full Article »

September 13, 2012 1:30pm

Mighty Text Android app messages friends from your PC

Spearheaded by former Google employees, this tool allows seamless connection between the two devices and provides a convenient way to respond to messages without ever leaving your chair. Finally, after months of flying under the beta banner, Mighty Text is ready for prime time. Setting up the conne ... Full Article »

September 8, 2012 7:00pm

Cryptica is a fun, brain teasing puzzle game

Tower defense, free runner, shoot em’ up and of course, puzzle games. These genres dominate every single mobile storefront that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to sift through and find something unique and innovative. While Cryptica by Pixibots doesn’t set the puzzle genre on fire, its or ... Full Article »

September 8, 2012 4:00pm

In-app purchase requests dampen Eternity Warriors 2's great dungeon-crawling gameplay

As much as I was willing to love Glu’s Eternity Warriors sequel, the constant pressure to drop real world dollars kept me from being totally engrossed. What could have been an addicting dungeon crawler turns into an opportunity for Glu to score a quick buck. Eternity Warriors 2 casually walks past ... Full Article »

September 6, 2012 12:30pm

Upgrade your Android’s photo album with the Scalado Album app

Want to maximize the performance and the enjoyment factor of the photo album on your Android device? The Scalado Album app for Android ($0.99) is just what the Android doctor ordered. This photography organization app makes viewing photos on your Android such a smooth process, you will wonder how yo ... Full Article »

September 5, 2012 5:30pm

SushiChop is like Fruit Ninja with fish

If you're on of those people who really liked Fruit Ninja but thought it would be so much better if you got to slice up living things, then SushiChop is definitely the game for you. It's not as good as Fruit Ninja, though, as it has some annoying technical issues. Still, you could do worse than to p ... Full Article »

August 28, 2012 3:30pm

Inotia 4 offers solid gameplay and darker edge than previous episodes

Inotia 4: Assassin of Berkel is the latest in Com2uS's Korean Action RPG franchise. Like its main competition, Zenonia, the series has gone free-to-play with lots of in-app purchase items. The story takes a slightly darker turn than the previous games. Generally the game is very well done, as expect ... Full Article »

August 28, 2012 1:00pm

Hatchi makes for an unexciting virtual pet

I can only occasionally find myself enjoying a virtual pet game. One I do like, though, is Kawaii Pet Megu for iPhone, because that game lets you play with your pet and go for a walk and buy it a house and furniture and stuff. That game set a high bar, and Hatchi does not get even close to that. Th ... Full Article »

August 25, 2012 1:00pm

Kairobotica Android game is an obsessive grinder

Kairobotica is part simulation and part RPG, but it's not really thoroughly in either camp. Well, it's more solidly an RPG than a simulation. Anyway, it has elements of both genres, but if you're looking for a game that is an RPG or a simulation, then this might not be what you're looking for. But i ... Full Article »

August 22, 2012 1:30pm

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