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Interstellar war comes to Android with Sentinel 4: Dark Star

An award-winning tower-defense game has now made its way to the Android platform and it will try to wreak havoc on your productivity. Sentinel 4: Dark Star is the 4th edition in the strategy series that has you creating strategies to defend the towers you build as you explore hidden worlds within that universe. It would be easy to be conquered by the Dark Star and its intricacies though (if you're into this type of game) so download at your own risk.

Say yes to Yes Chef! so you can play with your food

"Don't play with your food!" This may be something you constantly heard from your parents when you were at that age when everything just fascinated you, including the food they set in front of you at every meal. But now that you're (supposedly) an adult, a new Android game will let you do just that. From the creators of the highly-addictive Fruit Ninja, now comes Yes Chef!, a game that would like to be as pervasive as well.

Virtually conquer other countries in Age of Civilizations

If you've always had that megalomaniac tendency that you've been trying to suppress in a bid to play nice with others, then you know that board games, and later on mobile games may be your only outlet to let loose. The classic board game Risk revealed our deepest wishes to conquer other countries, and now a new Android game may also help you with that dream, virtually at least. Age of Civilizations has one goal and that is to make your country take over the world.

Weapons throwing RPG game is what its name says it is

When the developers of one of the newest Android games were thinking of what to name their mobile game, they probably concluded "Heck, why come up with a complicated name when you could just easily have something that is self-explanatory?" Hence, the birth of Weapons throwing RPG (okay, we were just imagining the thought process that went into naming the game, but it works right?) which is exactly what its name suggests it is.

Fruit Ninja: not just your fruit-slicing game anymore

If you've spent countless hours touching your screen in whatever new slice and dice game you're playing, chances are, you owe this skill to Fruit Ninja. The mobile game which came out in 2010 helped change the way we interact with games on our smartphones and tablets. Now, after four years, it is being revamped from the ground up and it's not just the Fruit Ninja that you sliced through before.

Tower Dwellers needs you to defend a fantasy kingdom

It was the Gandalf the Grey who said to a fire-breathing Balrog that "You shall not pass." But a new Android game (that doesn't have anything to do with Lord of the Rings) is taking up this battle cry as they depend on you, the mobile gamer, to not let the enemy pass as you try to reclaim their fantasy kingdom, one tower at a time. Welcome to the world of the Tower Dwellers.

Humble Flash Bundle offers Android games

The last time we talked about the Humble Bundle for Android, it was the mobile version of the game pack with a slew of mobile games for Android smartphones. This time out we are looking at the Humble Flash Bundle that is packed with some cool DRM-free games and can be purchased on Steam.

99 Problems will indeed give you problems (the good kind)

If you're tired of the usual endless runner games or the shoot-all-of-the-things-you-see-on-the-screen games that you usually play, then maybe it's time to give yourself some problems. 99 ones to be exact. A new game in the minimalist tradition is the latest in a slew of games that frustrate most mobile gamers with its difficulty but delight those who love tough challenges. And yes, the name of the game is 99 Problems.

Humble Bundle for PC and Android reaches 11th run

Some might be tired of hearing it, but there's another Humble Bundle campaign going on. This time it's another cross-platform bunch, covering both PC, via Steam, and Android devices. All DRM-free, pay what you want games, including the newly released Anomaly Defenders and the horrifyingly hilarious Surgeon Simulator.

FIFA 15 now available to the rest of us (aside from Canada)

We're not really sure why EA Sports made FIFA 15 Ultimate Team available exclusively in Canada first in its test run. You cannot really put the North American country in the Top 20 football-crazy countries in the world. But now, the rest of the football fans in countries other than Canada will be able to play the game on their Android devices as well as take advantage of the first FIFA Android app that supports hardware controls.
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