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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).

Galaxy Life takes you on an inter-galactic multi-player adventure

Space travel and inter-planetary adventures may not yet be possible at this time (crossing fingers it will be within our lifetime) but through the wonder of mobile games, you can practice how you'll do it when it's the real deal. Galaxy Life: Pocket Adventures is a massive multi-player online strategy game which is not just a great way to practice colonizing other planets and races but is also a great way to interact with adorable aliens and creatures.

Vega Conflict brings space battles and adventures to Android

If you've been hankering to take control of a space fleet and do battle in outer space, you'll finally get your chance to do so, well at least through your mobile devices. Popular PC game Vega Conflict has now made its way to Android smartphones. You now get to be your own little rebel force against the Vega Confederation and you'll get to continuously wage your war against them through various devices, including your phone, the tablet and if you're old school like that, your PC.

Go on a robot adventure with Big Hero 6 tie-up mobile game

The new Disney animated film Big Hero 6 is set to open on November 7, and of course just like any adventure-type movie now, it has to have a mobile game tie-in. Big Hero 6 Bot Fight is set a year after the events of the movie, but don't worry, there are no spoilers here (or so we hope). This is a match 3 game, so it shouldn't be that complicated. But you probably should have seen the movie, or at least the trailer, to have some appreciation for the game.

Guns ‘n Glory Heroes now optimized for Android Wear

Did you ever dream of using your watch to fight off evil forces that are hell bent on attacking you? Well, this new game may be the closest thing you've got. Tower defense game Guns 'n Glory Heroes has now been optimized so you can play it on your smartwatches running on the Android Wear platform, namely the LG G Watch, the Moto 360, the Samsung Gear Live and the Sony Smartwatch 3.

Travel through time with new Cut the Rope game

We're assuming all Cut the Rope fans and players are interested in traveling through different periods of time, yes? No? But if you are addicted to the hugely popular puzzle game, then you'd have no choice but to immerse yourself in history with their adventure game called, what else, Cut the Rope: Time Travel. Om Nom, the cute little protagonist of the original game is back and he's still guzzling candy like crazy, but this time, he also traces his ancestry throughout the ages.

Defend your city with your fighter jet in Jet Run

If it's always been your dream to fly a fighter jet through your city, but you neither have a fighter jet nor a city to defend, then it is best to do it virtually. A new game from the same developers of best-selling game Catapault King will allow you do just that with their new endless runner game, Jet Run. But instead of actual running, you get to fly through a city as you defend it from enemies that are attempting to take over.

Battleheart Legacy signals Mika Mobile’s return to Android

Game developer Mika Mobile stopped making games for the Android platform back in 2012 (reasons speculated but unverified). But now two years later they are back with Battleheart Legacy, a dungeon crawler sequel to a hugely popular game for iOS devices. Android users will now be able to experience the rich and detailed fantasy world where you get to play a hero on a mission to defeat the enemy, get new weapons and abilities and establish your legacy. Yeah, no problem, it's that simple.
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