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Avenge Sevenfold releases Android game Hail to the King: Deathbat

If movie stars write autobiographies and children's books as their "vanity projects", then rock stars have found their own niche by creating video games based on their music, or sometimes, even something as mundane as their logo. Yes, that's what popular metalcore band Avenge Sevenfold have done as they announced the release of their Android game Hail to the King: Deathbat. Yes, the Deathbat is their logo and mascot, but it's not the cuddly and adorable kind, if you know anything about the band's music.

SouthPark has now been “pinball-ized” in new Android game

If you're a fan of the funny (well, at times), filthy (well, a lot), definitely-not-for-kids satire animated series SouthPark, then you'll want to make some space on your Android device. Zen Studios announced the release of two new Pinball games based on the hit show: Super Sweet Pinball and Butters' Very Own Pinball Game. Better keep the kiddies away though, as this may probably be the only pinball game that has a warning for "Mild Language, Fantasy Violance, and Comic Mischief." There wasn't a typo there.

The Silent Age Chapter Two :more dystopian puzzles to solve

If you enjoy mobile games that are not endless runners or murderous pigs or fruits that need to be sliced or zombies that need to be killed, then you would have enjoyed The Silent Age. And if you did enjoy the, well, eerie silence of that game, then you'll be happy to know that the second (and final! Boo!) episode is now upon us, ready to let you solve the mystery of what happened to our planet and save whatever is left of mankind. Oh, and you get to play a janitor the whole time. (Not that there's anything wrong with that, really).

The Bot Squad: attack or defend, as long as you get orbs

If you've ever watched Battlerstar Galactica or I, Robot, then the possibility of robots overthrowing their human masters and ruling the world is not an improbable scenario. A new game called The Bot Squad: Puzzle Battles certainly has no humans in them but shows a world where robots are the ones in charge, and you, (probably a robot yourself) need to win the battle for the rising force and defend your city from rival robotic forces. And all you have to do is use your brains to solve puzzles and maybe a little brawn in case the enemies become more aggressive.

Super Party Sports Football: practice being a footie star

If you've ever had the urge to decapitate your five a side football opponents while at the same time practicing your virtual footie skills, this new game might kill two birds with one stone. Super Party Sports Football is a new game that will help you develop any football-related skill, at least when it comes to virtual games. It involves not just "physical" skills, but even the laws of physics and your wits to solve puzzles, as you aim to be the next Neymar or Robin Van Persie, at least when it comes to your smartphones and tablets.

Gameloft’s Cars: Fast as Lightning now available to entertain kids (and maybe adults too)

If your younger kids constantly borrow your tablet or phone to play games, but they've exhausted all the games you've installed there, you might want to consider getting this new one from GameLoft. Based on the highly-successful (well, the first one, at least) Pixar movie Cars, arriving in Android devices is Cars: Fast as Lightning, a racing game that will appeal to the young fans of the animated flick, as well as adults who like simple racing games.

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.
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