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Endless Doves: Another Flappy Bird like game for the geeks

If you miss Flappy Bird, don’t worry as there are a lot of similar games available on the Google Play Store. The short-lived successful game has resulted to a number of copycats. Geeks couldn’t really say goodbye to the Flappy Bird that’s why developers created their own version. But didn't Google tried rejecting those Flappy apps earlier this year?

Duck Dynasty guys release tower defense game on Android

If you're a huge fan of the surprisingly addictive Duck Dynasty reality series about the Robertson clan, then you'd probably support whatever product they come out with, even if you're not a duck hunter at all. If you've always been curious as to what the duck calls actually do but live nowhere near ducks or ponds or the swam, then you can now understand it through a mobile game. Duck Commander: Duck Defense is a tower defense game where you can be any of the four Robertson men, out to defend their Louisiana land.

Jet Car Stunts back with a more daredevil sequel

Probably, one of the biggest appeals of car-racing mobile games is the fact that we can drive as crazy as we want, be as much of a daredevil as we can never be in reality, and all without real-life consequences. And what if you could combine a car and a jet in one vehicle that can defy the law of physics, at least digitally? That is why Jet Car Stunts became really successful and now it's back with a sequel that will make you both look forward to and dread the possibility of this coming true in the distant future.

Foosball Cup goes world class in new Android game

If you're still on a post-World Cup hangover, even almost five months after the biggest world football tournament ended, you have probably been reliving your frustrations on mobile games. If you want to try something rather than the traditional football style, then you can try out the newest iteration of the Foosball Cup Android game, which has now gone World style, just like there's an actual Foosball World Cup.

Angry Birds Go multiplayer update now available

If you have played the Angry Birds Go racing game in the past and longed for the ability to play against other people, you need the latest update for the game. The new multiplayer update is out and ready to download. With the update applied, you will be able to race directly against friends and rival crews with 3 vs. 3 multiplayer races.

Mad Bullets: a mad, crazy rail-shooting game on Android

If you firmly believe that in another life, you would have thrived in an era and environment like the Wild Wild West, then chances are, you would enjoy this new game now available on the Android platform. The developers of Mad Bullets claims that it is the easiest and craziest game out there in its genre, and if you like shooting things on your mobile screen and having eccentric characters running around, then you might have to agree with them.

TwoDots game lands on Google Play

Android gamers have a new game on Google Play to check out right now called TwoDots. TwoDots is a sequel to Dots, which was a very highly rated and popular game. TwoDots is free to play for life, which is great for gamers who don’t like spending money on games.

Save the world from E. Ville in Agent, Run! Android game

If you've ever fancied yourself to be a James Bond (or maybe Max Smart from Get Smart?) type of secret agent, out to save the world from megalomaniac evil professors who aim for world domination, then chances are, you would want to play games like Agent, Run! if only to live for digital thrills. Yes, this is an endless runner type of game, but is more gesture-based rather than just turning your device to make your character run, well, endlessly.

Dig deep and match three in Puzzle to the Center of the Earth

Does anyone still remember the Jules Verne book or the subsequent movie, either the original or the remake, Journey to the Center of the Earth? Well, this new game is not related to that even if it has certain words and elements in common. Puzzle to the Center of the Earth (now you see?) is a unique blend of match three, platforming and digging game that should see you occupied enough to stop thinking about how this relates to the book or movie (really it doesn't).

Gauntlet comes to OnLive for Mad Catz Mojo

Back in the 80s, one of the coolest video games in the arcade was Gauntlet. The cool thing about it was that it would allow up to four people to play the game at once, each with their own characters. That classic arcade game has now landed for OnLive in a form similar to the version that landed on Steam for the PC.
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