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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.

Disney brings on the cuteness in the Tsum Tsum game

Because we all need a little cuteness in our lives, Disney has brought the Tsum Tsum craze, which has already won Japan’s heart, to the United States. Line has introduced the Disney Tsum Tsum gaming app for those who want to enjoy their favourite characters in a digital but fluffy manner.

OUYA tests All-Access Pass subscription-based game shop

Buying Android games, even in exclusive stores like OUYA's isn't exactly difficult, but OUYA wants to make it even easier, and in effect draw in more users of its hardware. The startup is now testing what it calls All-Access Pass, which will give you access to almost everything in its catalog for a relatively measly annual fee.

NVIDIA Tegra K1 dovetails with Unreal Engine for demo

It would be an understatement to say that apart from Google’s new playthings, NVIDIA has been ubiquitous at the I/O developer conference as well – with its Tegra K1 chip seemingly at the heart of all things cool. One of those things was a demo by Epic Games using the Tegra K1 chip running the widely renowned FPS and RPG gaming framework Unreal Engine.

Kick With Chrome lets you be a soccer star on your browser

With the whole world still in the midst of World Cup fever, every child (and some adults too, for sure) is now dreaming of becoming the next football superstar for their country. But if you’re sitting in front of the computer, you can still take the first step towards that with the newest Chrome Experiment called Kick With Chrome.

Atari going retro on Android

Atari is going mobile. But before you go jumping up and down in excitement, do take heed first. The former game giant won't be bringing its latest catalog to Android and iOS devices. Though that may happen too, it will start by traveling back through time to bring its oldest titles to smartphones and tablets.
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