Ascend the skies in Bunny Goes Boom!

Little bunny must fly up high to finish the challenge riding a giant carrot or a firework. This simple arcade game requires you to touch sides of the screen to steer and control the movement of the bunny. Aim of the game is to avoid ducks, airplanes, hawks hungry for bunnies, and cloud sharks with jetpacks.

GameFly game streaming service launched for Amazon Fire TV

With a good number of great TV-centered devices launched recently, it looks like everybody will have to fight for their spot and market share on that niche. Amazon’s Fire TV has not been particularly a hit to begin with, and as NVIDIA rolls into the market with the SHIELD TV console and the Google Nexus Player gaining traction as both a TV and gaming console, Amazon is keen to show that it has something to offer – beginning with offering GameFly Streaming for the platform.

See what you’ll do when you’re desperate in Always Sometimes Monsters

Not all mobile games have to be about puzzles or your combat skills or driving a car the fastest. Every once in a while, a game comes along that will focus on what it means to be human, testing your emotional intelligence, and seeing how you react to being pushed to the edge of desperation. Always Sometimes Monsters has won various awards last year, and now it has arrived for Android devices.

Get hypnotized, trapped in complex patterns with Super Polygon

Super Polygon is yet another enchanting and hypnotic game that will make you playing for hours. Not all puzzle games are easy. There are those like Monument Valley that will make you crazy thinking about what to do next. If you've played the Super Hexagon game, you'd find Super Polygon as challenging especially when the Octagon mode is added together with more visual themes and new patterns.

Humble Mobile Bundle 13 rolls in with six games, more to follow [UPDATED]

We’ve been covering Humble Bundles for a while now that if you are a regular here at Android Community, you probably should already know how it works. The good guys over at Humble Bundle HQ are back with another mobile bundle – Humble Mobile Bundle 13 includes a total of six games (for now), tempting you to give your money, any amount you want, to get games while supporting charity work. Yes, it’s that awesome.

Desktop Dungeons now available on Android mobile devices

Critically-acclaimed dungeon crawler/roguelike/puzzle game Desktop Dungeons now has an Enhanced Edition and you can play it on your Android smartphone or tablet. You get to enjoy all the randomly generated dungeons, fight against evil creatures, collect spells and items that will help you along the way, all to protect and make your Kingdom better. If you've always wanted to practice for when you rule your own kingdom, then games like this are good simulation.

Kung Fury is also now a game for your Android devices

If you've heard your friends and your timeline raving about a film called Kung Fury, but you can't find it in cinemas anywhere near you, that is because it is not produced by any major Hollywood studio. It is actually a low-budget, crowdfunded short film that seems to have hit the right note with fans of the kung-fu genre. And if you're one of the more than 3 million people who have viewed the film, you can now play the game version right on your Android device.

The Talos Principle arrives for Tegra-powered Android devices

There’s nothing secret anymore about “The Talos Principle” – everybody who follows gaming news will know what this introspective-slash-philosophical puzzle game is all about. The game has been out for the PC platform for a year now, so we know exactly what to expect. Still, it doesn’t take away the excitement that this great game is now out for Android.

Farmville turns into a match 3 game for your Android devices

The Farmville craze may have died down (do I hear sighs of relief) and we now rarely receive invites and requests from our Facebook friends (or we may have just blocked them). But that doesn't mean this highly addictive game from Zynga has disappeared from the face of the earth. In fact, one of its new reincarnations now is as Farmville: Harvest Swap, is a Match-3 game that is now available on mobile devices. And you don't even need to ask your friends for help to play it!

Square Enix puts out Chaos Rings III, continues mobile RPG series

Square Enix has been known to put out great RPG video games, so it bears mentioning that they are continuing to put out a game series that they are actually good at (of course, while exploring other gaming aspects as well, because they have money to do that). The Chaos Rings series for mobile is one such series for Square Enix, a highly popular RPG – it makes sense that they return to it via “Chaos Rings III”, a new game which is now out for Android.