Android game

Swing Copters is now here to seduce and frustrate you

So that dreaded day has finally arrived. .GEARS ("dot gears"), the studio owned by Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen, has finally unleashed Swing Copters to the masses. Now we wait and see whether this game will be yet another hit like its predecessor, though the absence of in-app purchases should at least give you and your wallet some peace of mind.

Surgeon Simulator now out on Android

The very “tasteful” PC game Surgeon Simulator – a favorite of budding medical practitioners and human body mutilators alike – is finally out on Android via the Google Play Store. Heaven help us, all the surgical maniacs are rejoicing. This very… err, interesting franchise gained cult status when it launched on PC, and now game developers Bossa Studios Ltd. are saying that the Android game should be just as fun.

Dragon Quest IV is here and unsurprisingly expensive

Another classic JRPG title is hitting Android to entertain old and new generations of gamers. However, as Dragon Quest IV is yet another Square Enix distributed game, more veteran Android gamers will know what to expect when it comes to the price tag. Given this game's pedigree and features, it might be a price well worth paying.

Moonrise sounds like a Pokémon game for mobile

If it quacks like a Pysduck. Undead Labs of State of Decay fame has just announced a new game headed for mobile devices next year. Ominously just called Moonrise, the game's goals and basic elements sounds awfully close to that monster collecting and training Nntendo game that everyone either loves or loves to hate.

Devious Dungeon’s random levels keep you coming back for more

Ever fell in love with a game and wished you could repeat it over and over again without it getting old? If replay value is something you hold dear more than any other game mechanic, then Devious Dungeon might tickle your fancy. Though spread across only 5 worlds, its level randomization will keep you guessing every time.

Epic Arena is like chess but with swords, magic, and cards

There are no dearth of games on Android, that's for sure. But perhaps it isn't an exaggeration to say that majority of them simply reuse the same old material, same old gameplay, or same old idea over and over again. There are times, however, when something unique comes along, either by offering something completely new or through a rather creative mashup of familiar elements. Epic Arena is one of the latter.

Marvel Contest of Champions game promises many things

The annual San Diego Comic Con just passed us by, so naturally some are up to their ears in news, gossip, and teasers on what's what or what will be what in the comics industry. Not to be outdone in the mobile industry as well, Marvel let it be known that it will have a mobile game coming this Fall. But will Contest of Champions be able to match up to the promises that it makes.

Square Enix beats the summer heat with Final Fantasy sales

Summer is here and what better way to spend the season than by basking in the sun and going out. Or you can also stay indoors or even outdoors and immerse yourself in the myriad wonderful worlds of mobile gaming. In line with many gaming-related seasonal promotions, Square Enix is throwing out its own summer sale, with a bit of a twist: they won't be happening all at once.
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