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SoulCraft 2: League of Angels now out for Android

It would be an understatement for us to say that MobileBits’ first SoulCraft game was a success in terms of showing mobile platform gamers what was actually possible in terms of graphics and gameplay for Android and casual games. But don’t look now, MobileBits is out with its second RPG/Action game in SoulCraft 2: League of Angels, which serves as the logical sequel to the impressive first SoulCraft game.

Chillingo goes retro with a Spy vs Spy remake

Chillingo has more than a few games available for download in the Play Store -- and it looks like they have recently released one more. This latest goes retro and will be familiar to those who may have been playing games on a Atari or Commodore computer. This game will also be familiar to those who were fans of MAD Magazine.

Civilization Revolution 2 officially announced for Android

2K has announced the upcoming release of Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution 2. Similar to what players saw with the original Civilization Revolution, you'll be leading your civilization from the dawn of man to the modern age. The catch this time around though -- this release will mark the first time a Civilization game is being "developed exclusively" for mobile platforms, which in this case looks to include Android and iOS.

Angry Birds Transformers teased by Rovio

We've seen plenty of versions of Angry Birds over the years, and it looks like another will be coming. Rovio has yet to offer much in terms of specifics, however they have said Angry Birds Transformers is happening. The confirmation was posted on the official @AngryBirds Twitter account where Rovio mentioned how "it's happening" and offered a link to a coming soon style teaser page.

Google gives developers more stats in latest Play Games Services update

Google added new game statistics (for developers) back in March. Essentially, this meant game developers (on Android, iOS and the web) were able to get access to certain stats provided they implemented Google Play Games. Well, flash forward till the present day and it looks like Google will be offering developers a bit more insight.