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Lionheart Tactics brings a pinch of strategy to Android

Android has no dearth of games, but sometimes, they tend to congregate on tried and tested money makers or "safe bets". There are some, however, that do try to strike out on their own and attempt to bring game styles that, while not exactly totally new, are not that common on Android. Lionheart Tactics from Kongregate, the same guys who just last week brought Game of Thrones Ascent to Android, is a game set to the tune of the likes of Final Fantasy Tactics or Fire Emblem, but can it really stand up to these two classics?

Hitman GO update turns you into TSA’s worst nightmare

Apparently the diorama style of Hitman GO made Square Enix enough money to warrant even more board game levels. The publisher pushed out a major update to the game a few weeks ago but it seems to have gotten stuck in security check over at iOS. Today, however, the update is finally hitting Google Play Store and owners of the game can finally continue moving pieces around.

Magic 2015 brings the battle of the planes to Android

If you're tired of the dozens of card-collecting games, or card-collecting games masquerading as role-playing games, on Android, here's your chance to play the game that started it all. Wizards of the Coast has just unleashed Magic 2015 Duels of the Planeswalkers and now the popular CCG is marching right into Android. Gather up your cards and build up your deck, because you will be fighting for your life.

Minecraft releases massive update in Pocket Edition 0.9.0

If you thought that Minecraft was already addictive and counter-productive enough as it is, well, it’s creators didn’t think so. They just released a massive update (they say it’s their biggest ever) and parents and bosses everywhere should get ready to start setting down rules as to when their children and employees can actually play the mobile game, if they themselves are not obsessed with it.

Leo’s Fortune tries to find gold in Android

It can be quite frustrating when Android is sometimes treated as just an afterthought by mobile game developers, but things could actually be worse. They could opt not to bring their games to Android at all. Fortunately, developers 1337 (which is read as "leet" for "elite", by the way) has brought its award-winning puzzle platform to Android, giving mobile gamers something new to sink their teeth into.

Civilization Revolution 2: no multiplayer, no IAP

Delivering on its promise, 2K Games has made Civilization Revolution 2 available on iOS today and, based on early runs and reviews, Android gamers might be both pleased and disappointed by what's coming to the platform soon. There is word that there will be no in-app purchases, but there will also be no chance to compete with friends either.

Final Fantasy Agito in English coming soon

Final Fantasy and Square Enix fans, start holding your breaths. The North American office of the game publisher has officially revealed that Final Fantasy Agito will soon be heading to the region and available for free and in English.

Hitman: Sniper for mobile returns franchise to its roots

Hitman fans rejoice! If the recently launched Hitman GO mobile version (or perversion if you will) has left you cringing, then list latest announcement from Square Enix might be the cure for that. Hitman Sniper goes back to the original nature of the game and has you carrying out contracts from the perspective of Agent 47 himself.

Sky Force 2014 blasts its way into Android

If you ever wanted to play a retro style game that still had enough modern pizazz in it, you might want to give Sky Force 2014 a whirl. Celebrating 10 years of the title, the developers are bringing the top-down shoot 'em up game to Android with some stunning visuals and some clearly modern game mechanics.
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