Crossy Road tries to help the chicken (and others) cross the road

"Why did the chicken cross the road?" is one of the greatest mysteries that humanity has been trying to answer for the past decades. And while this new Android game does not claim to be able to bring answers and closure for the chicken, it does explore all the various possibilities and consequences of this particular course of events for the chicken and its compatriots. Welcome to the world of Crossy Road.

N.O.V.A 3: Freedom Edition now available for free on Android

If you're a fan of Gameloft's popular mobile first person shooter game N.O.V.A (Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance), then you'll probably be happy about this news. Almost 3 years after they released the 3rd edition of the game, they are now making it available for free for those who want to immerse themselves in the gameplay and world of N.O.V.A, or want to discover it for the first time.

Biz Builder Delux: practice game for your future business empire

If you've always fancied yourself as a business empire mogul, you can start practicing how you'll be able to manage multiple businesses with all these city building games available out there. A new game that you could practice on is Biz Builder Delux from Japanese developer Kairosoft that explores the popular manager genre but not just with one kind of business, but teaching you to manage multiple ones as well.

Level Up! Baldur’s Gate II, Hearthstone, Borderlands, KOTOR

Half the holidays is almost done but the gaming season is definitely far from over. The past two weeks have seen the Android games roster increase a bit with new titles, even from very old games. Plus, 'tis the season to be increasing your own merry list, with countless deals and discounts. It's time to Level Up! with Android Community's last games roundup for the year 2014.

Bang Man: minimalist, difficult, addictive arcade platformer

Sometimes, it doesn't take award-winning graphics or a complicated back story or gameplay to have a difficult but addictive mobile game. One case in point is a new game where you are the last line of defense against invading aliens, but all you have to defend your planet are weapons that fall from above but might cause you to fall into the vast space. Prepare to have your reflexes and control tested with Bang Man.

Transformers: Robots in Disguise now available on Android

If you're of the generation that believes the Transformers animated TV series are way better than the movie franchise and that Michael Bay has effectively ruined your childhood, then a new game from Hasbro might just cheer you up. Transformers: Robots in Disguise is now available on Android and it will give you a shot of nostalgia and a preview of the upcoming animated series which will premiere in spring 2015.

MMO strategy game Total Domination: Reborn hits Android

Total Domination: Reborn is a massively multiplayer online “freemium” game that was originally released on iOS and is now hitting the Google Play Store. The game is now a year old, released back in May 2013, but still boasts of a huge player base, most of them carried over from when the app was released as a Facebook game.

Air Control 2 now available for Android devices

One of the more unheralded heroes of the aviation industry (well, at least in the public's eye) are air traffic controllers. You hear of kids saying that one day they would like to be pilots or flight attendants, but you rarely hear them say that its is their dream to be air traffic controllers. But now you get to experience being one through an Android game and see how difficult but exciting their job could be.

Rugged Rovers lets you test and design your own space rover

Space travel and exploration is something that will never fail to fascinate humans, regardless if NASA discontinued their space program. And if you're one of those who are pretty much interested in that kind of thing, getting to design your own space rover would be a dream come true. You can actually do that now with a new Android game, even if it's just virtual.

GTA: Chinatown Wars now out on Android, finally

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, a diminutive mobile version of the global console and PC gaming phenomenon, was originally developed for the Nintendo DS platform in 2009. Consequently, it was ported for iOS and has been there for a few years now. Finally and officially, after four years, the game is finally available for Android.
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