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Moonrise sounds like a Pokémon game for mobile

If it quacks like a Pysduck. Undead Labs of State of Decay fame has just announced a new game headed for mobile devices next year. Ominously just called Moonrise, the game's goals and basic elements sounds awfully close to that monster collecting and training Nntendo game that everyone either loves or loves to hate.

Devious Dungeon’s random levels keep you coming back for more

Ever fell in love with a game and wished you could repeat it over and over again without it getting old? If replay value is something you hold dear more than any other game mechanic, then Devious Dungeon might tickle your fancy. Though spread across only 5 worlds, its level randomization will keep you guessing every time.

Epic Arena is like chess but with swords, magic, and cards

There are no dearth of games on Android, that's for sure. But perhaps it isn't an exaggeration to say that majority of them simply reuse the same old material, same old gameplay, or same old idea over and over again. There are times, however, when something unique comes along, either by offering something completely new or through a rather creative mashup of familiar elements. Epic Arena is one of the latter.

Hitman GO update turns you into TSA’s worst nightmare

Apparently the diorama style of Hitman GO made Square Enix enough money to warrant even more board game levels. The publisher pushed out a major update to the game a few weeks ago but it seems to have gotten stuck in security check over at iOS. Today, however, the update is finally hitting Google Play Store and owners of the game can finally continue moving pieces around.

Leo’s Fortune tries to find gold in Android

It can be quite frustrating when Android is sometimes treated as just an afterthought by mobile game developers, but things could actually be worse. They could opt not to bring their games to Android at all. Fortunately, developers 1337 (which is read as "leet" for "elite", by the way) has brought its award-winning puzzle platform to Android, giving mobile gamers something new to sink their teeth into.

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.
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