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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

Strategically blast aliens into goo with Boom Brigade 2

10ton are the developers behind such titles as Azkend and Sparkle, but their Boom Brigade games are the most unique of the bunch, blending together elements from a silly amount of genres to create something that feels unique. The original Boom Brigade isn't available on Android, but we do have Boom ... Full Article »

December 9, 2012 1:00pm

Wanted: A mobile device for all my gaming needs

As a journalist who covers video games for a living, I have a whole lot of different platforms on which I play games. Currently, I game on my iPad, Galaxy Nexus, 3DS, Wii, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and over Black Friday I bought a PS Vita. Those aren't even all the platforms I own, but rather the ... Full Article »

December 5, 2012 5:00pm

Android App Video Review: Angry Birds Star Wars

You can join a doubly familiar cast of iconic characters, as red bird Luke, black bird Ben Kenobi, Yellow Han-Solo, Pink Leia, Blue Random X-wing pilot, and Chewbacca go on a classic and beloved adventure. Almost all of the birds get fancy new powers to go with their new duds, and some are unique en ... Full Article »

December 3, 2012 1:15pm

Zenonia 5 tops Android Games of the Week

We've got a big week for Android users, and not just because there's another sequel to Zenonia. This past week saw releases like a great multiplayer sequel to a match three, a spiritual successor to Hyperlight, a new indie puzzle adventure from the studio behind Anomaly Warzone Earth, and the crazie ... Full Article »

December 2, 2012 8:00pm

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