EA’s The Sims FreePlay available today on Android

From the creators of the popular game The Sims 3 by Electronics Arts comes a brand new version of the casual life game for Android. EA has just released The Sims FreePlay to the Android Market allowing anyone and everyone the fun of The Sims completely free. The other versions cost an upwards of $7.99 so this is a great move by EA.

EA’s Real Racing 2 hits the Android Market — looks amazing

EA has just released their newest and best racing game yet in Real Racing 2. In case you've never heard of the first one that is because it wasn't available in the Android Market so many users never played that decently fun game. Real Racing 2 brings things to a new level and brings tons of racing awesomeness to the palm of your hand. EA is calling this "the most hotly anticipated racing game ever made for Android". Hopefully it lives up to that line, see the video and screenshots below to get a better idea of what to expect.

Worms Coming To Android From EA

Worms is by far one of best strategy games for the PC and now it's coming to Android via EA. While the game has yet to be officially rolled out from the original makers, the apk file has been made available for download and XDA member silvaintrius has provided a video demo of the game. The download is currently available for the following devices:
  • Xperia X10 Mini
  • HTC Desire
  • Samsung Galaxy S
The leaked apk is available for download, but we recommend that you wait for the official release that should be coming here soon. You can check out the video demo of EA Worms for Android below: [youtube]YNZieeDdsDQ[/youtube] [Via Geekworld | Thanks, Muhammad Ali!]

EA Android Games on Sale, most for $.99

So you've got a new Android device as a result of the holiday season, or you're just a bit bored with some time off work or school. What better way to spend that time that with the wide array of EA Android games which are now on sale for just $.99!

Android Community Week In Review – Week 37 2010

This week here at Android Community has been another exciting week. With Samsung announcing the Galaxy Tab for the US market, Android’s market share continuing to surge, and game developers becoming more interested in the Android platform.

Electronic Arts stepping into the Android gaming scene

Another piece of Android news has come out of The Deutsche Bank Tech Conference. The first being Motorola’s plans for a Droid 2011 tablet release, the second is from yet another gaming company starting to develop on the Android Platform. Electronic Arts, popular for their console, mobile and iOS games, is currently planning on stepping into the next big market, Android.
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