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Draw Race 2 traces onto Android at top speed

Android may have missed out on the original, but thankfully publisher Chillingo drives the popular Draw Race sequel to Android devices everywhere. Like its title implies, Draw Race 2’s gameplay mechanic requires player to trace a route for their vehicle. With over 180 challenges and plethora of re ... Full Article »

July 16, 2012 2:00pm

Cerberus is the ultimate Android bodyguard

You’ve spent weeks scraping cash, lurked on tech sites and forums and read every single review online and now you’ve finally changed your mind and made the jump. But spending a chunk of your paycheck for a shiny smartphone is only half the battle; keeping it is another. A night out of town or a ... Full Article »

July 15, 2012 4:30pm

Amazing Alex tops Android Games of the Week

This week is full of mostly casual titles, but it was really very hard to choose the top game. I love the first four games on this list equally, for various different reasons. I decided to top it off with Amazing Alex, the latest title from the parents of the Angry Birds. It’s not necessarily my f ... Full Article »

July 15, 2012 12:00pm

Get fit this summer with the Workout Trainer app for Android

Workout trainers are expensive especially on top of paying a monthly gym fee. What if instead you could get all you needed from one smart and free fitness app for Android? What if you could have your trainer in your hand 24/7? You certainly would not have any excuses not to work out then, for sure. ... Full Article »

July 13, 2012 3:15pm

Swim to evolution with Lightopus

Like another favorite before it, Osmos, Lightopus takes you to the lowest common denominator of organisms struggling to survive. While the cells of Osmos maybe on an even lower scale of the evolutionary ladder, the organisms within Lightopus are just as fun. Adding a shade of colorful atmosphere com ... Full Article »

July 13, 2012 1:00pm

Let the Streamzoo Android app liven up your summer photography

If you fancy yourself as a photographer thanks to the myriad of fabulous photography apps for your Android device, you will not want to miss out on the stellar and free Streamzoo app. This savvy photo app has it all: expert cropping, fabulous filters, classic borders, genius tilt shifts and color fi ... Full Article »

July 10, 2012 3:00pm

Android game Cardinal Quest makes for a very likable roguelike

Roguelike dungeon crawlers may not be nearly as popular today as they once were, what with the often brutal challenge and permanent death system with very few extra lives, but every now and again a solid, indie roguelike will come out and remind everyone why they're awesome. Case in point, Cardinal ... Full Article »

July 10, 2012 1:15pm

Everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S III on Verizon

The new Samsung Galaxy S III from Verizon is almost here and we got the opportunity to take it for a test drive this weekend. It should be available at Verizon stores on July 12 (though some pre-orders may ship sooner or later) in either blue or white with 16GB or 32GB storage for $199.99 and $249.9 ... Full Article »

July 9, 2012 4:00pm

Platforming shooter Project 83113 is locked and loaded

Project 83113 places you in the shoes of a four-pawed feline named Belle (code named Project 83113). While there’s something disarming about cutesy creatures strapped with guns, Project 83113 packs enough heat and should not be underestimated. Developers NCsoft, combines two popular genres on mob ... Full Article »

July 9, 2012 2:05pm

Where’s My Perry? tops Android Games of the Week

This week is much more casual than other weeks, with not as many hardcore-type games. Topping off our list is puzzle title Where’s my Perry?, the excellent sequel to Where’s My Water? from Creature Feep and Disney. We also have an aesthetically-deceptive arcade game in Lightopus, a blast-filled, ... Full Article »

July 8, 2012 12:00pm


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