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Groove Coaster 2 finally arrives for Android devices

You've probably seen it on viral videos from Japan's arcade or you've seen some of your friends on other mobile platforms play it on their devices. But now finally, the finger-tapping, rhythm-pulsating game Groove Coaster has finally arrived on Android devices. The mobile game has been upgraded from Groove Coaster Zero to Groove Coaster 2, bringing the same gameplay that has captured the attention of music loving gamers and now with an additional feature that might appeal to those who fancy themselves as ambient musicians.

Enjoy racing and destroying cars in Demolition Derby: Crash Racing

On paper, demolition derby racing seems like a lot of fun. Who wouldn't want to race cars all over roads while repeatedly ramming into your opponents' cars and not having to suffer criminal consequences for it? But of course in real life, it is messy, expensive, and sometimes kind of dangerous. So good thing, there are mobile games out there that will let you experience this. at least digitally. Demolition Derby: Crash Racing is one such game that you can enjoy on your Android devices.

Running Circles will have you spinning round and round until you’re dazed

If you're the type who likes games that will make you dizzy, here's another one for you: Running Circles. This new arcade mobile game will make you spinning round and round and round until you get dazed. Game can be pretty addictive that before you know it, you've been playing for hours. Gameplay is really simple as it's a one touch game that requires you to just move from Circle to Circle. Move within and outside the circles. Make sure you're running inside or outside the peripherals.

HERE app now includes reversible lanes across all platforms

Navigation apps are becoming more competitive by adding features and other goodies that will one-up their competition. One of the more aggressive apps to do so is Nokia's HERE, and this week, what they are adding are the reversible express lanes that some cities employ to help curb the rush-hour traffics in highways and expressways. They are actually the first app to do so, and they're doing it in real time of course, providing even more helpful information for drivers and passengers as well.

Kill Me Again: Infectors goes on soft launch for Android devices

In the gaming world, a post-apocalyptic world almost always involves a dark, dreary environment, zombies or mutants, and a fight for survival. This new game, available for Android devices in selected countries, is no exemption. Kill Me Again: Infectors, from the name itself, is a creepy, brutal, and challenging puzzle-based RPG based on a future where only a few are left after a zombie apocalypse, and you are one of those who can survive, and so now you must protect the hapless humans before they get infected as well.

Elite Games bribing Castle Defense gamers in exchange for positive reviews

What makes you download a certain game on Google Play? Is it the reviews, ratings, popularity, or as recommended by your friends? We may have different reasons to download and try out a certain app but for us here, we're in the business of featuring games that catch our attention or those that are already making waves among other gamers. We read reviews but don't really believe in them until we try out the game or app ourselves. We haven't played Castle Defense but this one is currently in hot water for its developer, Elite Games, is said to be bribing players for five-star reviews.

Be the best Snake Eyes in G.I. Joe: Strike, now on Android devices

The G.I Joe movies may have been less than satisfactory, both with critics and the box office, but those who are still hard-core fans of the franchise will always have video games to go back to. The latest mobile game from developers Backflip Studios Inc now bring you G.I Joe: Strike, bringing back the "iconic commando" Snake Eyes as he undergoes another covert (although it looks more overt than covert) mission against perennial enemy Storm Shadow.

Sword of Xolan oozes with old-school, pixel art style

There won't be an end to game developers releasing pixel-art platformer games simply because old geeks love them. They bring a sense of nostalgia to anyone who started with games on Atari, Game & Watch, or the Nintendo Entertainment System. There's something special about games like 'Sword of Xolan' that gamers my age love. It must be the old-school simplicity that brings us back to childhood.

Face those dreadful robots and faction soldiers in Overkill 3

Here's another time-waster and third person shooter game that you geeky gamers will surely love: Overkill 3. It's not really a new game but the new cooperative multiplayer mode is definitely well...a game-changer. It's always fun to play with friends especially if you're all up for an extreme action challenge. Overkill 3 will have you playing for hours because you don't want to end until you dominate the leaderboards and win those daily tournaments. You're not the type who easily gives up, are you?

Casio finally entering the smartwatch market early next year

The smartwatch industry isn't just the domain of OEMs as more and more traditional watchmakers are joining the fray. We've seen Tag Heuer, Montblanc, and others coming up with their own wearables the past few months (although IWC has stated they won't be entering this field anytime soon). With the arrival of the Apple Watch, brands are scrambling to either compete with them head-on, or try to become the next best thing or an alternative to the expected wearable powerhouse. Japanese company Casio will now be joining the growing market as well with their first smartwatch.
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