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Royal Revolt 2 arrives for Android

Arriving just in time for the weekend, Royal Revolt 2 has arrived in the Play Store. This Android release comes just after the iOS release, which flaregames had available in the App Store as of last week. A week of wait certainly isn't much to complain about, however there was mention of the Android release arriving to celebrate Google Play's second birthday.

NVIDIA TegraZone gains Rochard and Smash Hit

Another pair of games has arrived in the TegraZone today. This latest release includes Rochard and Smash Hit, and of course, along with being found in the TegraZone, both will be available by way of the Play Store. Not to mention, both will be taking advantage of the Tegra 4 processor. Rochard requires a game controller, and Smash Hit is touch-only, which seems to suggest we have something for a variety of device owners.

OUYA CEO begins teasing the “Everywhere” initiative

It would appear as if the OUYA is going to be expanding beyond the current console. Julie Uhrman, OUYA CEO, has recently begun teasing something called the Everywhere initiative. But while the name was revealed, Uhrman hasn't yet offered a full set of details in terms of what can be expected.

Fives for Android can replace your current Flappy Bird addiction

As we try to flush Flappy Bird from our memories, some will find help by simply shifting towards another addiction game. Having said that, it seems there is now another game starting to make a bit of a rise with Android users. The game is called Fives, and appears to be rather similar to a game called Threes, though the latter is only available for iOS.

Flappy Bird fallout: Google said to be rejecting “flappy” apps

Just when we think the talk of Flappy Bird has begun to wrap-up, it seems there is another chapter. This latest is dealing with new apps, and it seems Google is beginning to crack down on the use of "flappy." There is a silver lining here as there had been a threat of malware, but there was also another side. The other side involved developers who were simply looking to cash in on the Flappy Bird fallout -- without the use of malware.

Flappy Bird clones landing with malware threat

Despite being removed from the Play Store, the story of Flappy Bird doesn't seem to be over just yet. Earlier this morning we learned the game was gone, and about how it will never be coming back. Developer Dong Nguyen mentioned that while speaking with Forbes. It was during that same conversation where he mentioned the subject of clones, even admitting to checking some out.
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