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Thomas Was Alone game now available on Android devices

Who knew you could get that much drama and fun from a few geometrically-shaped objects with artificial intelligence? The BAFTA award-winning game Thomas Was Alone has now arrived on Android devices and mobile game enthusiasts can now be treated to the game that IGN called "the most endearingly characterful game about jumping rectangles that you will ever play.”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie tie-in game now on Android

Whatever you may feel about Hollywood “director” (quotes intended) Michael Bay, and he sure does have a lot of haters, you have to give him props for bringing 80s and 90s entertainment franchises to the consciousness of this generation. Whether that’s a good or bad thing is still up in the air. After messing around with the Transformers movies, he is now set to bring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to life once again on the big screen, and there is now an Android game to ratchet up the excitement.

Square Enix beats the summer heat with Final Fantasy sales

Summer is here and what better way to spend the season than by basking in the sun and going out. Or you can also stay indoors or even outdoors and immerse yourself in the myriad wonderful worlds of mobile gaming. In line with many gaming-related seasonal promotions, Square Enix is throwing out its own summer sale, with a bit of a twist: they won't be happening all at once.

LG G3 now has special game for its QuickCircle case

Now that US carriers have started shipping LG’s new flagship G3 and it will mostly be available in retail stores within this week, LG has now released a new quick and fun game, and you don’t even need to open your phone case to play it. But you can only play it of course if you’re using the unique QuickCircle case that is made exclusively for the LG G3.

Amazon Fire Phone games put Dynamic Perspective to work

The Fire Phone's fancy Dynamic Perspective feature may have left some scratching their heads trying to make sense of its utility and practicality, but it is a control system that is just begging to be used in games. It isn't surprising, then, to hear that Amazon Game Studios has two new games in store that takes advantage of this head-tilting mechanism to put a literal twist to some conventional themes.

Travel through Westeros in the Game of Thrones mobile game

Since Season 4 ended last month and the new one isn’t coming to the small screen until next year, you’re probably scouring through the Interwebs for something to fill that Game of Thrones-shaped hole in your heart. Well, look no further than your Android phone as the award-winning game based on the TV series has finally made its way into the mobile world with Game of Thrones Ascent.

Be part of the Guardians of the Galaxy in new Android game

When Marvel first announced that they were coming up with a new superhero movie, fans were excited about which of their famous characters were getting the big screen treatment next. But when they revealed it was the little known Guardians of the Galaxy, many were baffled at first. But due to the marketing genius of Marvel and Walt Disney, anticipation is now at a high, and this new Android Game will certainly fuel that excitement as well.

Flappy bird wanna-be Flopsy Droid now on Android Wear

Just when you think the Flappy Bird phenomena and its subsequent clones and wanna-bes have already saturated the market, app developers have found a new platform to explore for this kind of game: Android Wear. The game Flopsy Droid has become the first among the bunch to launch an app that is specifically for the first batch of wearables in the new platform, namely the LG G Watch, Moto 360, Samsung Gear Live and other Android Wear smartwatches.
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