Android

Square Enix’s Masters of the Masks: different yet typical

Square Enix snuck in a mobile game while we were still busy obsessing over various incarnations of Final Fantasy, both on the big machines and hopefully on mobile as well. But its surprise game, Masters of the Masks, couldn't be farther from whatever preconceived notion you might have of a Square Enix mobile game, incorporating some things that the game developer has never done on mobile before. And yet, at the same time, it is because of those very same things that make MotM actually closer to a typical mobile game than anything Square Enix has done before.

Fulfill your dream to be a stockbroker in The Firm, now on Android

"When I grow up, I want to be a stockbroker," said no kid ever. But when you start growing up and you see how much money they make (well, at least, that's what Hollywood says), then you start dreaming of becoming one. If you're not yet there and you can use some practice trading and selling, then you should definitely download this new Android game called The Firm.

Orbitum will test your dexterity, will make you dizzy too

The Orbitum game looks like something that came out from The Matrix movie. You can also say it's like something from one of those sci-fi movies in the 90's trying to make you believe that aliens are real. Orbitum will try to make you understand the universe, quantum mechanics, the cosmos, and any other stuff about the galaxy we live in. It's one hynoptic game that will probably help you solve your problems and given up bad habits. (Whut?!)

Droplet reminds you of things you need to do digitally and physically

No matter how many to-do lists or productivity apps you use, it will be useless if you just swipe them away or look at them when they sound of an alarm but then forgot to do what it is you were supposed to do. A new Kickstarter project wants to blend the physical and the digital to help you develop a habit and accomplish the things you really need to do. Droplet will be your "trainer" and best friend for this.

T-Mobile suspends ZTE ZMax sales, owners taking off the batt

After less than a year of being carried by T-Mobile, the ZTE Zmax phablet is no more. ZTE didn't pull out of a deal with T-Mobile but it was the mobile carrier who recently suspended its sales. It's not because no one is buying the ZTE phablet but rather people are hacking in to the phone. T-Mobile might have been pissed off at those people trying to fix the phone themselves and looks like they've had it already.

Must Deliver action game challenges you to deliver the zombie cure

Zombie Apocalypse isn't happening soon. It might happen someday but I think we'll never live to see that day. But for those people who believe that zombies will soon invade the world, maybe it's time you practice your survival skills and practice zombie fighting skills. Can you ever survive them? Yes and you can even be a hero trying to save other survivors by delivery the cure that can destroy the ZOMBIE virus.

Racing Fever gets your blood pumping in new Android game

If you could have the chance to drive without speed limits or without consequences (legal or otherwise), would you take it? If you're any kind of driver, of course you would (or even if you don't drive IRL). So your best recourse would be to play mobile games, unless you're willing to go to jail for overspeeding. But Racing Fever will make sure that you stay out of prison, but you also get to vicariously race your heart out in this new game.

Ridiculous Triathlon endless runner game is ridiculously fun

There are numerous endless runner games downloadable from the Play Store today. Thanks to Imangi Studios for introducing the Temple Run arcade game that challenges the player to run like there's no tomorrow. We've seen a number of fakes actually and similar games will only continue to be added to the Play Store. Next to capture our attention is the Ridiculous Triathlon that not only features running as the main sport but also cycling and swimming. It's a triathlon game that makes you feel that you're a sporty triathlete.

SlidePick lets you organize your photos in one place

While mobile devices (especially ones with great photo-taking features) have made it easier for us to document our lives and take pictures whenever we want, it has also presented us with a big problem. It is difficult to organize and arrange our photos, especially if they're scattered in different cloud services, various devices, etc. A new Android app wants to help you solve this problem, and give you an easier time and way to delete unnecessary ones, organize the ones left in albums, and share them online if you wish to.

Jide brings Remix OS custom ROM to Nexus 10, Nexus 9 tablets

The last news we heard about Jide was back in January when it rolled out the 11.6-inch Remix Ultra Tablet. The mobile device is no different from any other Android-powered tablet but what's interesting is the custom version Remix OS. This particular platform provides support to run many apps on phone or full-screen modes. In phone mode, you can fit numerous apps on the screen.
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