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New Android tablet for Christmas? Download these games first

Ah, the holidays... That wonderful time of year when people gather at a relative's house and give me new electronics! If you received a new tablet device, you'll probably need some guidance as to what games to download first. What a crazy lucky coincidence that you're reading this article. Here are ... Full Article »

January 2, 2014 7:30am

Do touchscreen controls get in the way of core mobile gaming?

Way back in 2006, I bought an Xbox 360. I had previously owned an Xbox, but I had used it mostly to play sports games and RPGs, and so when I wanted to play a shooter or a Grand Theft Auto game, I got it on PC, although by that time my computer was out of date, and I hadn't played anything more subs ... Full Article »

December 18, 2013 2:00pm

Android App Video Review: Luxuria Superbia

You are gliding or flying through a flower tunnel. Each side, or groove, is full of petals to touch. Touching them will result in that petal groove filling with color. Your goal is to fill the entire flower with color, but, you have to pace yourself. You can’t just touch every petal as quickly as ... Full Article »

December 16, 2013 3:30pm

Android word games to test your spelling and knowledge

When it comes to word games, I am not too good at them. English, specifically spelling, was never one of my strong points in school. So, why do I play them? Because they are a challenge and they make me think. There are plenty of word games out there right now, but the ones below are all pretty good ... Full Article »

December 12, 2013 6:00am

Cool Android games for the penguin lover

My youngest son loves penguins. He has stuffed penguins, penguin pajamas, penguin blankets and more. So when there is a new Android penguin-related game released, we usually give it a try. If you search “penguin games” in the Market you will get a ton listed but a lot of those are not worth your ... Full Article »

December 11, 2013 6:30am

Android App Video Review: Meltdown

The story and set-up of the game isn't as important as the action, which pits you against a huge variety of seemingly misanthropic robots of all shapes and sizes. Each enemy introduced brings a different dynamic to gameplay, from the different kinds of stationary turrets, to floating robots with gun ... Full Article »

November 22, 2013 1:15pm

These Android side-scrolling games sprint past the competition

Side-scrolling games are the bread and butter of mobile gaming, and my phone is packed full of them. If you find yourself looking for some great games, I have some side-scrolling alternatives to share with you. Cheeseman (Free) From the developers of the console and PC sensation Super Meat Boy co ... Full Article »

November 20, 2013 12:00pm

Android App Video Review: Neon Shadow

For all the Android and iOS games aping mega hit blockbuster shooters like Call of Duty and Gears of War, there are some who fondly remember an older time. A simpler time, when epic, sweeping tales of heroism and world saving played second fiddle to gameplay, and your health meter didn't magically a ... Full Article »

November 18, 2013 12:45pm

Android App Video Review: FIST OF AWESOME

The story is part Planet of the Apes and part Back to the Future, as you embark to retake the earth from sentient, humanoid bears that have enslaved all of humanity. You are savior of mankind and lumberjack Tim Burr, and after this strange rift in space time, you find you’ve been possessed by a ma ... Full Article »

November 11, 2013 9:35am

Give your brain a workout with these Android apps

Sometimes you need to give your brain a workout. I find it just as satisfying to figure out a difficult puzzle as it is to advance to the next level in most action games. If you are like me and want to regularly challenge your puzzle solving skills, check out these brain games for Android. River Te ... Full Article »

November 6, 2013 6:00am


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