Pacman goes hyper in Championship Edition DX game, now on Android

Pacman will always be one of the favorite classic games for those who were old enough to enjoy the old-school beauty of this game. But as with everything else that is classic, the game itself would have to adapt to how people are playing games nowadays, and that is through their smartphones, tablets, and portable game consoles. And of course, the look and feel would have to change without sacrificing the essence of the game. Welcome, to Pacman Championship Edition DX.

Raid the dungeons, fight legendary bosses in Forsaken World

The popular MMORPG series whose gameplay video we saw last year is now finally mobile. Fans of 'Forsaken World' will be happy to know that the game is ready for Android. It's another world of epic adventure when you can see and experience fantasy, myth, and legend all together in one place. This PC game now turned into a mobile MMORPG is expected to take up most of your time. You may not want to stop playing until you finish the game and journey through the entire Forsaken World.

Episode 5 of Telltale’s Game of Thrones now out on Android

If you’re suffering through Game of Thrones withdrawal, ever since the 5th season ended last month, then you’d have to be content with playing official games based on the show and books, since the 6th season will show next year. But if you’ve been following Telltale Games’ mobile game series that is set in Game of Throne’s Westeros as well, then you’d be happy to know that the 5th episode, called A Nest of Vipers, has now come out on game consoles and on Android devices as well.

Old murder-mystery ‘Gabriel Knight: Sins of Fathers’ now on Android

'Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers' was a popular point-and-click adventure game back in the 90's. Two decades later, the title has found its way to the Android market. The game still features Gabriel Knight, a bookstore owner and author wannabe. He's investigating a series of killings in New Orleans. Knight feels the murders are connected to some sinister mysteries.

Find out where your favorite videos are streaming in JustWatch

If you follow a lot of TV shows and movies (and not on an actual TV screen or movie theater) and if you’re subscribed to a lot of video on demand services, then sometimes, it’s difficult to keep track which is showing where and when something is already available, and all those other details. So good thing there are apps to help you manage your viewing habits, and one of those has just arrived on Android and it’s simply called, JustWatch.

LINE Lite: lightweight version of the app, released in 11 countries

When you’re enjoying an app but the network infrastructure where you are is not that advanced yet, it affects the app’s performance, no matter how great it is. Popular messaging app LINE understands this very well, with its rich user multi media experience but connectivity heavy app. So now they’re releasing a LINE Lite version, initially available in 11 countries where the Internet isn’t that great, and where lower-end devices are all the rage.

Shoot as many stupid zombies as you can in Stupid Zombies 3

It may deal with the evil undead too, but this new Android game is definitely not your sweet and sometimes cute Plants vs Zombies that you’re used to. Stupid Zombies 3 has the same purpose and that is to eliminate the zombies and survive the undead apocalypse, but this time in a more “realistic” (well, as realistic as you can get wit mythical and hypothetical monsters) manner. And this time too, you get to practice your mobile game shooting skills to get rid of these stupid zombies.

Find the missing tiles, finish every puzzle in Socioball

In the same fashion as the 3D model style of Monument Valley, the Socioball is another puzzle game that can take the wits out of you. Not all games are this interesting and addictive even if you know you can't easily finish some puzzles or levels. This Yellow Monkey Studios game is another free to play game that we can say is worth a few hours of your life.

Google Photos food trucks rolling out in major cities by July 29

The Google Photos Twitter account tweeted out a mysterious 9-second video showing waffles and the hashtag #PayWithAPhoto. People immediately started speculating that Google will be giving away free waffles or this is just a marketing stunt to save face for the Google+ Photos/Google Photos brouhaha earlier this week or it’s just a way of deliciously promoting their Google Photos. Well, there isn’t any official statement yet, but they did speak to a tech website and confirmed that Google Photo food trucks will be rolling out by July 29 in major US cities.
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