Busting out of prison is tough, and Escape from Rikon delivers another running game where the goal is to get away from jail. It's a lot of fun.
I wasn't sure what to expect from Rovio when they started expanding their game lineup after Angry Birds. Keeping to the Angry Birds theme I thought it would be very similar. It is, only because it is a physics puzzle game - otherwise it's a much different physics type game. It's actually quite a bit more complicated - you build your contraption and then have to run it to try and get to the goal. I find it very fun and fulfilling to see and run your contraption and get to your goal!
Ive been following ninjatown, trees of doom from the start and it is the original. Although it isn't that popular compared to this, because it's free, this game gets a lot of hype. I was highly disappointed by the game play and I have to say, trees of doom has better graphics, even more colorful and appealing. If its another thing we don't need, it's more rip offs of games, like doodle jump, temple run, etc.
This game is the shape of things to come. Incredible graphics and fluid gameplay. Requires a Tegra 3 chip, at present. A few bugs and minor annoyances, but this beta version is VERY promising.
TheEndApp, which was very popular on iOS, is now on Android. It's a fun running game that takes places during the end of the world, and your goal is to collect items to help you survive.
In Chaos Rings (made by the same company as Final Fantasy) you are randomly roped into a team-based competition to retrieve the chaos rings. It's a good RPG, although I got bored rather fast.
In Bad Piggies, you build a bunch of amazing contraptions in order to get the green oinkers from one point to another. It's a lot of fun, and is completely different (aside from graphics) than Angry Birds in almost every way.
For gamers The Curse plays like a series of mini-games equipped with a fair amount of brain-busting goodness. It's free, so check it out if you love solving puzzles that connect to a storyline.
MY DRAGON excels as a pet simulation game. Sure, it's a bit far-fetched, but it's a decent solution for kids who aren't quite ready to own a REAL pet and could use the practice taking care of a digital one.
The Tiny Bang Story has you repair an asteroid's damage to Tiny Planet. It combines hidden objects and puzzles, which makes for a game in which you'll want to invest your time.
The comedy network's game centered around the 2012 Presidential Election is good fun. You answer trivia questions about politics, customize your avatar, and compete against other people. Let the games begin!