Level Up! Dragon’s Quest V, The Witcher Battle Arena, and more

It's been a while since our last Level Up! games roundup, so let's dig right into the past weeks' highlights. Of course, we have a bunch of new games for you, including some from rather big franchises like Dragon Quest and The Witcher. Naturally, some updates are also waiting for the more comic games of Angry Birds and Goat Sim. We even have some sweet deals for those who want to go beyond simple game playing and dive into the world of game making. Welcome to 2015's first Level Up! digest.

AlarmPad update adds an easier way to set alarms

Android has its own alarm app and so do many OEMs but that hasn't stopped many from making their own spin on the app. One of those is AlarmPad, which features many addon features, including syncing alarms across devices and dismissing them using NFC tags. The app has just gotten a major update that not only imbues it with Material Design, it also adds a new and faster way to add a one-off alarm.

T-Mobile intros Smartphone Equality

There are too many great deals being announced by mobile carriers left and right but admit it, not everyone can avail of such promos. There is always that "terms and conditions apply" note after every ad that promises what seems to be the best way to get that latest flagship smartphone from your favorite brand. Sadly, even if you have the money to pay for downpayment and monthly fee, carriers won't always approve your request because of your bad credit score. This is a sad fact of life that some people must face and there's nothing you can do about it even if it's just a mobile device you are purchasing. (Honestly, you're just buying a phone not a house!)

Opera Max stretches to 21 countries in Asia

If you've been looking for a way to browse to your heart's content on your mobile device and yet not incur the wrath of your carrier, or your wallet, then now might be your day. That is, if you're living in one of the 21 Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern countries that Opera is bringing its Opera Max service to, offering not just speed but also data savings that Opera is known for.

BBC revamps mobile news app

For UK residents (and even for some across the pond), BBC is probably the most widely-read and watched news network. And since studies have shown that news consumption is mostly done through mobile devices, of course, they had to have an app, which they launched back in 2010. 5 years later, they have now revamped their app, giving it a more personal touch and ensuring that it will work better on your smartphone and tablet.

Subway Surfers takes you to Seoul, bring a new character with you

Subway Surfers is one of the Best Android Games of 2014 according to Google. We still haven't figured out the search giant's criteria for determining the best Android apps but it is listed as one of the Top Downloaded Games of the Android Team's The Year in Entertainment infographic also released last December. Game is fairly easy. All you need to do is run, avoid trains, collect coins, and escape from the enemies you meet on your way to the finish line.

Goat Simulator madness continues, new city map added

Goat simulation technology rules! Ah yes, the Goat Simulator which we featured last September has just been updated. Don't be surprised if this game is still available because there are people who still fantasize about being a goat. With this app, your goat dreams can finally come true but for a price. From $4.99, Goat Simulator is now down to $2.99. I'm pretty sure more goat fans will grab this offer and start causing destruction in a world where goat rules.

It’s back to school with the Android Game Dev Bundle [DEALS]

What could be cooler than making your own Android app? Why, making your own Android game, of course! And now's your chance, again, to learn how. We're bringing back one of the hottest items off our Android Community Deals rack. Learn how to make your own game, with programming or not. Learn how to program for Android, game or not. Heck, learn how to program, whether it's for Android or not! All with our sweet Android Game Developer Bundle.

WhatsApp now available on desktop but only on Chrome (for now)

There are times that some intense conversations are better had with you typing away on your desktop keyboard rather than swiping away on your virtual one. Or there are also times when you can't use your mobile phone but need to keep a conversation going. If you have a WhatsApp account and Google Chrome on your desktop, that's now possible as the messaging service is now available on the Web.
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