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Jazz: Trump's Journey is a pleasing platformer

When it comes to quality free platformers on your phone, there aren't many good options, but Jazz: Trump's Journey is certainly one of them. Jazz tells the story of a kid in New Orleans (based on Louis Armstrong) who dreams of being a jazz musician, and his quest to become one. And so he takes his ... Full Article »

August 12, 2012 5:30pm

Build your own multi-use skyscraper with Dream Heights

I’m slightly embarrassed to admit this, but I’ve been building my Dream Zoo for almost two months. Zynga apps are extremely addictive. I mean who hasn’t played Words with Friends or even Scramble with Friends? Zynga app games are all the rage, kids. And now, you can build your own multi-facete ... Full Article »

August 8, 2012 3:30pm

Mass Effect Infiltrator is worth the price of admission

This year, Electronic Arts closed the chapter on the Mass Effect trilogy. While the controversial ending left a bad taste in many gamers’ mouths, EA games Mass Effect Infiltrator takes a stroll away from the series path. Stripped of the trilogies staple RPG element, Infiltrator focuses on fast-pac ... Full Article »

August 8, 2012 10:30am

Save the world and have some laughs with retro RPG Dragon Fantasy

Dragon Fantasy is a new retro RPG from developer Muteki Corporation. More than simply a throwback to old 8- and 16-bit Japanese RPGs, this is a celebration of them, full of referential humor, fourth wall breaking, and tongue-in-cheek jokes about the genre. The title itself is a reference to Dragon Q ... Full Article »

August 6, 2012 12:30pm

Agent Dash tops Android Games of the Week

Topping off this week's list is Agent Dash, a spy-themed take on Temple Run with interesting changes to the formula. We've also got the latest in Gameloft's massive Asphalt racing franchise, a new platforming shooter from the developers of Wisp, the latest and greatest from Kairosoft, a frustrating ... Full Article »

August 5, 2012 12:00pm

Samsung will unveil new Galaxy Note in late August

According to Reuters and a variety of other sources, Samsung is expected to announce the follow-up to the successful Galaxy Note “phablet” at an event on August 29. Reports are speculating that the new Galaxy Note will feature a 5.5-inch display, which is slightly larger than the current one, a ... Full Article »

August 3, 2012 9:10am

Gym haters will love the Nexercise app for Android

If you prefer exercise to be like a fun game where you can win badges of honor and interact with friends, then you will love the free Nexercise app for Android. You know, the whole “everybody gets a trophy” theory. This healthy app helps you get motivated to lose weight by awarding you for fitne ... Full Article »

August 2, 2012 3:30pm

Dragon Fantasy tops Android Games of the Week

This was a much slower release week compared to the last few, but it still had some shining titles, mostly tailored to the more casual crowd. Except, of course, for the number one game on our list, Dragon Fantasy, a retro RPG designed for gamers of an older school. We’ve also got a new version of ... Full Article »

July 29, 2012 12:00pm

Homerun Battle 2 doesn't quite knock it out of the park, but it's still fun

Some of my favorite mobile games are those in which you do something over and over again in order to try to get a higher score, and Homerun Battle 2 is one of those games. And it's one I'll keep coming back to in pursuit of that higher score. Homerun Battle 2 is simple in concept: it's just a home ... Full Article »

July 28, 2012 3:00pm

Scope Android app perfect for wrangling your social media life

Looking for a quick way to scan all your social media accounts in one place? The free Scope app for Android is a new social hub that allows you to check out what is happening on Facebook, Twitter, FourSquare, Instagram, and Tumblr in one place. Hey, hey the gang’s all here! It’s all your favorit ... Full Article »

July 27, 2012 3:30pm

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