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Weekend Game Getaway: Kingdom Rush Origins, Soulcalibur Sale

If you're planning to lock yourself up indoors this weekend, probably to gather up energy for the upcoming holiday (and sale) madness, now might be your chance to catch up on some Android gaming. And you might just be in luck! Aside from the plethora of games we've brought to your attention the past days, there are two notable ones that might deserve your glance (and maybe your money) as well.

Garfield Kart: Fast and Furry now available on Android

If you love to see the irascible feline Garfield battling it out on the race track while using different antics to distract his opponent, then you just had your Christmas wish granted a little bit earlier. Garfeld Kart: Fast and Furry is now available for Android devices, so you can enjoy racing around the track while at the same time, see characters from the comics strip that you've grown to love (or even hate).

Award-winning Banner Saga comes to Android

If you like role playing games and Norse mythology, you've probably heard of The Banner Saga, a hugely popular video game that rated 82 out of 100 on Metacritic when it first came out. It is now making its way to your smartphone or tablet with the launch of its Android version and from the looks of it, it will just be as excellent as the original PC version.

Football Manager Handheld 2015 now available on Android

You've been there, sometimes every week. You're watching your football club's weekend game when the manager makes a seemingly stupid decision that cost them the game. You scream at the TV (or in the stadium), you curse, you wail (yes, sports fans do that right?) and you say the words "If I were the manager..." Well, there's a game that has allowed frustrated football fans to take back the power, at least on their mobile devices.

Tapventures lets you defeat funny sky creatures in simple RPG

If you would like to experience role playing games that wouldn't really take that much brain cells, there are games out there that are intentionally simpler to appeal to that market. One of these games is Tapventure, which lets you defeat your (sometimes cute) enemies just by continually tapping on your screen and collecting coins along the way.

Dodo Master lets you digitally “rescue” an extinct bird

Dodos may already be (sadly) extinct, but at least it will live on through games like Dodo Master. And this is not just an Angry-Bird type of game but a well-crafted and well-tested puzzle-platformer game that lets you become a hero and save a bird and its future descendants as you try to escape from predators who would like to have scrambled Dodo eggs for breakfast.

Five Nights at Freddys back to terrify you with new toys

If you can't get enough of homicidal bears that are out to scare the beejezus out of you, well the good news is that Five Nights at Freddy's is back with a new installment. The bad news is that there are new and probably more terrifying characters that will make you thankful you don't have a real security job at a real pizza joint. The point-and-click survival game's second edition has been teased by developers for the past month, showing the dilapidated animatronic toys, and now they're probably back for vengeance.

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.
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