Android gaming

Square Enix announces Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade for US and Canada

Video games in general are pretty awesome, but one bad thing about being a gamer is watching as players in other regions get to enjoy a game that will probably never be released where you live. We thought that would be the case with Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade, a mobile game made by Square Enix that has so far been exclusive to Japan. Apparently that isn't the case, as Square Enix announced today that Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade will soon be launching in the US and Canada.

Zynga brings Clay Jam to Google Play

Zynga gets a bad rap for making games that are similar to other casual titles on the market, but today we're seeing the company release a new mobile game that's pretty unique. Clay Jam is available today on the Google Play Store, and it's a game that looks to appreciate the finer points of modeling clay. In fact, every model in the game was made with modeling clay, which gives it that hand-made feel that you just can't get with computers.

Star Wars Angry Birds Hoth update lands tomorrow

A few years back, it seemed that every Star Wars game had the infamous Hoth level. Hoth showed up so many times in video games that critics and fans alike began to grow tired of it quickly, so these days, we don't see the old ice planet show up as often. That's all set to change tomorrow, when Rovio releases the first update for Angry Birds Star Wars.

Beat Hazard Ultra arrives on Google Play Store

If you're need of a mobile game to play this afternoon, then we have to suggest that you check out Beat Hazard Ultra. The game arrived on the Google Play Store today, and boy is it one wild ride. At first, Beat Hazard seems like your typical twin stick shooter, you'll soon realize it's much more than just floating around a battlefield and shooting enemies.

Green Throttle Games introduces the Atlas controller

As if one Android gaming controller today wasn't enough, Green Throttle Games has revealed its new Atlas controller. Like the other Android controllers before it, the Atlas looks to solve the problem of touchscreen controls in mobile gaming, but there are a few little quirks that make the Atlas stand out. For one, Green Throttle Games is actually making some first-party titles that will be compatible with the Atlas, so there will be at least a few Atlas-enhanced games ready to go from the start.

MOGA Android gaming controller lands at AT&T

There are a lot of people who play games on their phone, but one of the complaints we hear coming from the "hardcore" crowd of gamers is that smartphone controls just aren't a suitable replacement for more traditional controllers. PowerA is looking to combine the best of both worlds with its new MOGA Android gaming controller. Officially called the MOGA Mobile Gaming System, it's available at a ton of AT&T stores across the nation today.

Activision Anthology arrives on Android with 45 classics in tow

Ready for some nostalgia? Hopefully you are, because Activision has just unleashed the Activision Anthology on the Google Play Store. The anthology features 45 classic Activision games, and though the app is free, you're going to have to shell out cash for most of the titles Activision is touting in this release. That isn't true for all of the games, however, as just downloading the app nets you Kaboom! for free.
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