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Super Legend Flynn 64 is a Nintendo 64-inspired RPG

Game developer David Amado Fernandez is known for making tribute games – say for example, the game “Hundred Fires” which is a tribute game for Metal Gear Solid. His most recent effort is a big nostalgia trip, especially for those who remember playing Super Mario and Legend of Zelda on a Nintendo 64 console. That’s what Super Legend Flynn 64 is – a heck of a trip down gaming memory lane.

Live the pirate adventure with High Sea Saga game

Oh, the pirate life! Because of the Pirates of the Carribean movie franchise, as well as some books and TV shows that has romanticized the life on the high seas, some people dream of having an adventure and become the new Jack Sparrow. Okay, not exactly do that in real life, because you know, jail, but at least become that in your fantasy life. A new Android game lets you live that fantasy out on your Android smartphone or tablet. Welcome to the High Sea Saga.

Tap Heroes turn an RPG into a cut-out puppet show

Once in a while you come across an idea or an implementation that is so out of this world that it becomes interesting and even enticing. Tap Heroes, a new game on Android, is probably one of those. By all other accounts, it would be yet another RPG title trying to make a grab for your money. But the game presents things in such a strange way that you almost feel like tapping your way into the fantasy world and eventually buying the game as well.

Pure Pool now out exclusively for NVIDIA Tegra K1-powered devices

A new billiards Android game is hardly any reason to get all excited – Android pool apps are typically dime-a-dozen. But Pure Pool, originally released for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, now makes its arrival at the Google Play Store – but unfortunately not just for any Android device. Your device has to have what is arguably the best processor and GPU combo known to man at this point – an NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip.

Microsoft Health updated with MapMyFitness, HealthVault integration

Microsoft's very own Health app is available not only on Windows Phone but also for iOS and Android. The software giant prefers to work on this app that helps people track data and statistics on health and fitness. The app works well with the Microsoft Band, another wearable device that aims to get you and me to start thinking about fitness. It's actually a $200 wrist band from Microsoft that works with a smartphone to track your workout and health progress.

YouTube Kids app now available for Android devices (US only)

Most kids nowadays, particularly those who have Internet access and gadget-toting parents/guardians, have been watching TV shows not on an actual TV anymore but through YouTube. And while the video channel does have filters in place, we all know that "inappropriate" videos slip in every once in a while (okay, a lot of times) when you're not looking or supervising their viewing time. Google has now finally come up with their first app that is built specifically for children: the YouTube Kids app.

Google Inbox to dabble with Google Apps for Work users

Google introduced "Inbox" back in October 2014, and it has been chugging along nicely since then, with those who have been using it generally giving favorable reviews. As promised when Google first introduced it, Inbox takes one's email to the next level, and soon it'll be doing that for business users, as well. The Internet giant recently announced that it'll be rolling out Inbox for a limited number of Google Apps users, and though it plans to keep a tight grip on things for now, Google promises to open up Inbox to a wider array of users "in the coming months".

Classic puzzle game Drop7 now “rebooted” for Android

Before people started going crazy over the current incarnation of number puzzle games like 2048 and its ilk, a few years back, there was Drop7. But developer Zynga surprisingly stopped updating or improving it, that is, until now. They have now rebooted the game that was one of the first puzzle game successes, but it seems like not everyone is crazy about the changes they made.

Google launches new gas stations on route card

We have all been traveling at some point and needed to stop at a gas station. Often we are left looking for tall signs on the side of the highway or for signs that point us to a specific exit. If it's dark or conditions are less than ideal, looking for signs and landmarks to find a station can be difficult.
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