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Android App Video Review: McPixel

So essentially, it's up to you to stop explosions. lots and lots of explosions. In each level of each level pack, you'll have twenty seconds to interact with your environment to prevent whatever explosive is around, whether it's throwing a torpedo out the window of a submarine (defying all logic), o ... Full Article »

December 22, 2012 3:45pm

How to better combine home and mobile gaming

When we discuss ways in which mobile apps and games can interact with home gaming, we must realize that this is a relatively untapped idea. The Xbox SmartGlass app, which I discussed previously, is brand new, and was probably created in response to the Wii U. In general, though, our mobile and home ... Full Article »

December 19, 2012 2:00pm

Best Android puzzle games of 2012

Next to strategy games, puzzles games are one of my favorites to play. I enjoy the mental challenge of puzzle games and that I can pick them up and play them at any time. 2012 saw the release of several cool and challenging titles from the genre. These today are the ones I (and my kids) enjoyed the ... Full Article »

December 18, 2012 4:00pm

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour tops Android Games of the Week

This week brings us blockbusters, a couple classic ports, an indie smash hit, and two Gameloft titles. One of those titles is the long-anticipated sequel to the Modern Combat franchise, this time released only one week later than iOS. You can also take the town in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, or enj ... Full Article »

December 16, 2012 5:00pm

Android App Video Review: Ovenbreak

The game takes place in the tyrannical world of baked goods. You are but a lowly gingerbread man, powerless to stop massive titans from burning your friends and family to death, only to eat them. But you’ve got a stronger survival instinct than most. You wait for your chance to make a break for it ... Full Article »

December 14, 2012 11:36am

Android App Video Review: Pocket Planes

You start the game by choosing your own little corner of the world to start off. As you fly people and cargo around the region, you'll earn a profit, and use that to unlock new airports and buy new planes, expanding your territory. This makes for a great sense of progression, as you have to zoom far ... Full Article »

December 13, 2012 1:00pm

Home consoles and mobile collide with Xbox SmartGlass Android app

Will mobile and home platforms ever get along? Great question, Phil. Let's talk about that. The Wii U is attempting to merge mobile and home experiences by being a home console that uses a controller with a built-in touchscreen. Of course, that console can't provide a true mobile experience, as the ... Full Article »

December 12, 2012 2:00pm

Best Android sports games of 2012

I love watching baseball, basketball, football, soccer, on TV or the Internet. I only wish I could play them. Well I am pretty good when it comes to virtual sports, not sure if that counts. As we end 2012, I decided to look back at the sports games for Android that I really enjoyed, not listed in an ... Full Article »

December 11, 2012 12:30pm

Android App Video Review: Amazing Alex

Each level gives you various random goals to accomplish by making absurdly overly complex contraptions. Generally, you’re trying to get certain items off the screen or into a basket, things like that. You do this by setting up tables, balls, pipes, mechanical boxing gloves, slingshots, bumpers and ... Full Article »

December 10, 2012 2:30pm

Dark Meadow: The Pact tops Android Games of the Week

This week brings us a lot of big titles from big developers, with plenty of ports from other avenues of gaming. Topping our list is Dark Meadow, the moody and atmospheric take on Infinity Blade that is not to be missed. We've also got a Contract Killer Zombies sequel, a fun word game from Sega, an a ... Full Article »

December 9, 2012 4:00pm


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