The 2014 edition of the game that you may or may not have been been waiting for has finally landed on Google Play Store. Farming Simulator 14 is here to let you play out your agricultural fantasies and even drag your friend over to help.
If you're tired of seeing sci-fi scenarios that involve things like planets and suns go boom, then Solar Flux HD might offer a change in perspective. Step into the shoes of a savior as you navigate your little ship past obstacles in order to save the universe' dying suns.
If you're in the mood for some old-school arcade-style 2D fighting action, then this latest game in Google Play Store might just be for you. SNK Playmore is bringing yet another title from its venerable King of Fighters franchise with a more retro feel in King of Fighters '97.
Football fans rejoice! Football Manager Handheld 2014 is now up on Google Play Store, featuring an improved user interface that will let you better play out your club manager fantasies. For a price, of course.
The popular RTS tower defense, or rather, "tower offense", game has just gotten an upgrade and is heading to our favorite mobile platform. Anomaly 2 is now out on Android and builds on the success of the original, managing to add just a pinch of multiplayer to the game as well.
The OUYA gaming console, which has only been on retail for less than a month, has undoubtedly started a new kind of Android gaming scene. But like with any pioneer or trendsetter, there will always be some things that it won't get right at first, such as the initial user interface for the system. That will, however, soon change once the new update rolls out that will subtly yet effectively change how the OUYA presents games.
As promised, the wacky, if not slightly insane, protagonist is back on Android for more endless running fun. Ubisoft's Rayman Fiesta Run will have you speeding through a variety of wildly colorful maps, jumping on giant limes, and punching the heck out of piñatas.
While those who patiently waited and then paid for Asphalt 8: Airborne might feel a little bit cheated, those who have held off buying the game now have no reason to do so. With this latest update, the hit racing game is being offered for the very affordable price of zero.
Fans of Japanese-style RPGs might want to save up some cash and internal storage for this game that that's being ported to Android. HyperDevBox, the game company that has already ported a number of Japanese games to our favorite mobile platform, says that it will be ready to launch its current project, Record or Agarest War, in a few weeks' time.
The rise of mobile gaming, both on Android and iOS, has made game developers and publishers start to consider creating new games or porting their existing titles over to smartphones and tablets. One series of titles, however, remains an elusive dream on mobile devices, and Nintendo, who owns popular franchises such as Zelda and Mario, is saying that it's all a matter of business.