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World of Warriors set to do battle on Android devices

They say that deep inside the heart of men (and women too!), there is a warrior just itching to get out. But fortunately, we don't live in an age where they have to do constant battle (at least in this part of the world) and all these warrior tendencies are given reign in the digital world only. One such game is World of Warriors, now available for Android devices.

War of Tanks: Clans brings you WWII battles and missions

There aren't that many people fascinated with tanks as, let's say planes, but those who are into these battle vehicles are a passionate lot. If you're one of them or maybe just curious about what makes them tick, then you should try out War of Tanks: Clans, the sequel to the popular War of Tanks game, previously available for the Android market as well.

SimplePlane lets you design and fly your own custom plane

Have you ever dreamed of designing your own plane but never really got around to studying all the math stuff involved? Did you plan to become a pilot but maybe your eyesight or lack of hand eye coordination prevent you from becoming one? You can live out your aviator dreams through a new Android game called SimplePlane, but it's anything but actually simple.

Checkpoint Champion burns rubber onto Android

Checkpoint Champion is a new game that has launched for Android gamers that puts you behind the wheel of several different cars. The goal of the game is to finish a series of ten second challenges to win the game. Players will weave through checkpoints on asphalt, dirt, water, grass, and mud.

Guide the walking-sleeping people to safety with the Sleepwalkers game

Some fairytales would have the prince wake up the princess to save the kingdom or to defeat the wizard in order to wake up the whole land under a sleeping curse. Then there are those where the hero just has to keep the sleepwalkers sleeping but bring them to safety while evil forces abound. This is basically what you have to do with the new Android game from developer Digital Fairytales, and it's called, well, Sleepwalkers.

Pumpex BMX 2 lets you digitally live your biking dreams

If you've always wanted to someday do those ridiculous stunts that you see from your favorite bikers, you can now do so digitally and without hurting a single bone on your body (well, maybe your finger). Pumped BMX was a huge hit back in 2012 and now it's back with an updated edition of the app called, of course, Pumped BMX 2, now available on Android.

Inferno sequel brings bigger, better and badder color explosions

When you hear the word Inferno, what first comes to mind? Does it involve exploding balls of color that meet their end from bad-ass bullets fired from your smartphone? No? Well, that's basically what Inferno is all about and the sequel is more of the same. The twin-stick action-RPG is an award-winning and popular game that is now back with "bigger, better, badder" features and customization options than its predecessor. Welcome to Inferno 2.

Angry Bird Star Wars II gets new chapter with latest update

Angry Bird pop culture iterations continue to be popular and in demand, despite the appearance of many imitations and (some would say better) more difficult alternatives. And as excitement continues to build for the new Star Wars movie coming out in December of 2015 (witness the craziness over the first released teaser trailer), game developer Rovio decided it's time for another update for Angry Bird Star Wars II.

Game of Thrones adventure game now on Android

With the fifth season of HBO's smash hit Game of Thrones, based on the equally successful book series A Song of Ice and Fire by George RR Martin, still a few months away, fans of both the show and the yet unfinished book series would gladly feast on anything Westeros thrown their way. A new title from developers TellTale, known for popular adventure games, has finally hit Android devices and it should tide you over until the new season begins.

Cubic Castles: a sandbox, platformer, MMORPG, puzzle game all in one

Creative gamers may like playing a lot of uniform, standard games, but there will come a point when they'd want to create a gaming world of their own, even without developer or programming skills. This is why sandbox games like Minecraft have massive popularity. What if you can have one that is a sandbox, platforme, puzzle game and is also a massive multiplayer world? This is what Cubic Castles is trying to be.
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