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Explore the next space frontier with Cosmonautica, now on Android 

They say that in a few years or decades, space will be the next frontier that earthlings like us will be able to explore. But until then, we’d have to be content with just virtually exploring the various planets and galaxies with tons of mobile games available that are set in space. Cosmonautica is one of the newest ones in the market, and you can become the best trader, smuggler, pirate, and even space taxi driver that you can be as you explore the world of space trading.

Hit a hole in one for your life in Battle Golf,now on Android

If you think golf is one of the most boring sports ever, then you might be right (sorry, golf fanatics). But then again, the stakes may not be that high in real life to make it more exciting. If you’re fighting for your life against giant octopi and angry whales, then maybe it will become a bit more alive and fun, even if it’s just on your smartphone or tablet. That’s what the new Android game, Battle Golf, will try to do; change your mind about golf by making it more exciting in virtual life.

Shooting Stars: shoot your not-favorite stars to save the world

The credo a few years back was “save the cheerleader, save the world”. But a new Android game wants to start a thing called “shoot the celebrities, save the world”. Okay, they’re not exactly saying we actually shoot the celebrities, but it’s probably a statement about our pop culture and celebrity-obsessed culture that the “enemy” in this game are actual stars (not the celestial kind) but in this case, they are aliens. Are you ready to shoot some stars in Shooting Stars?

Level Up! Top 5 Games of July 2015

It's been quite a while and a very busy month, especially with new high-end devices that have popped up, like the new OnePlus 2 and the Moto X Style and Moto X Play, all viable smartphones for gaming. And while we're waiting for Samsung to make its pitch in about two weeks, we can while the days away with some of the best Android games that are gracing our screens this month. From long overdue sequels to PC games come to mobile, welcome to Android Community's top five picks for the month of July 2015.

Hidden Temple lets you explore the deepest of the jungle in virtual reality

There may be a few virtual games available but we're certain that more and more developers will soon enter the VR gaming arena. For now, let's focus our attention on those devs and gaming studios that have already worked hard to release mobile games that will allow a unique gaming experience to those who have their VR devices. If you have a Google Cardboard or a Samsung Galaxy Gear VR, you are free to download and enjoy this new game called HIDDEN TEMPLE - VR ADVENTURE.

Spacecom will test your wits in this complex, starfleet command strategy game

First and foremost, don't be deceived by the seemingly simple gameplay of Spacecom because it's really not. This strategy game will challenge the ultimate strategist out of you in this starfleet command game. It requires you to make smart choices, movements, and even resort to deception to defeat the enemies and achieve victory. You need to focus, devise, and plan real-time tactics and try to learn from the military legends.

Challenge your brain and fingers with Shibuya Grandmaster 

There are games that when you first see and play them, you instinctively know how to play them, either because the mechanics are so familiar, or there are tons of other games like it in the market. And then every once in a while, you come across one that is unique, easy to play but difficult to master, and your brain and fingers just itch to accept the challenge. Shibuya Grandmaster may be one of those games and the arcade puzzler is now available on your Android devices.

Get your stardust back with DOT Space Hero, now on Android

You do not get between a boy and his stardust. That is the lesson that the enemies will eventually understand in this side-scrolling game called DOT Space Hero, now available on Android devices. While the controls and gameplay for this may not be that perfect, what it lacks there is more than made up by the beautiful graphics and children’s story book charm that exudes from this game. Still, the flaws doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s a fun game to play, especially if you like the classic side scrollers.

Save Red Riding Hood from the Big Bad Wolf in A Day in the Woods

We’ve seen a lot of versions of the story of the girl wearing a red hood trying to escape from a wolf intent on gobbling her up, from fairy tales to movies to musicals to graphic novels, and even to a few guestings on TV series. We’ve also seen a few mobile games around, but A Day in the Woods may be the least scary but most stylish and most interesting, if you’re into puzzle games and things like that.

Captain Sabertooth celebrates 25th year, releases mobile game for Android

Kids love pirates and everything that will make them say "Arrrr". Everyday can be pirate day with this new adventure game for Android called "Captain Sabertooth". It will challenge the young and old alike in a new exciting world where you can almost smell the sea and touch all the gold you can see. Captain Sabertooth has been tasked to lead the men in a challenge of finding treasures and battles amidst all the hurricanes and storms. Young kids will love this fun mobile game that is set in The Dark Lady.