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Humble E3 Bundle includes Anomaly 2 Android version

E3 week is always like Christmas for gamers as all these new products and titles are announced. But aside from that, gaming sites are also offering massive sales for existing games to the agony and delight of gamers with credit cards. Humble Bundle is offering a special E3 bundle containing several games and add-ons worth $100, including the Android version of popular RTS reverse tower defense game Anomaly 2.

VTech InnoTab MAX, 3S and 3 Plus join kids tablet list

When it comes to electronics for kids, no other name shows up in ads and stores as much as VTech. Showing that it has chops even in the growing mobile device world, it is announcing the fourth generation of its InnoTab Android-powered tablets that are unmistakably designed with kids education, entertainment, and rough handling in mind.

Temple Run reaches 1 billion downloads

If you've had your fill of endless runner type of games on smartphones and tablets, you have no one but Imangi Studios to thank or blame. The game studio has just announced that the popular Temple Run game and its sequel has been downloaded a total of 1 billion times, reaching that marker that was set by Rovio's Angry Birds.

Hitman: Sniper for mobile returns franchise to its roots

Hitman fans rejoice! If the recently launched Hitman GO mobile version (or perversion if you will) has left you cringing, then list latest announcement from Square Enix might be the cure for that. Hitman Sniper goes back to the original nature of the game and has you carrying out contracts from the perspective of Agent 47 himself.

Sky Force 2014 blasts its way into Android

If you ever wanted to play a retro style game that still had enough modern pizazz in it, you might want to give Sky Force 2014 a whirl. Celebrating 10 years of the title, the developers are bringing the top-down shoot 'em up game to Android with some stunning visuals and some clearly modern game mechanics.

Hitman GO ready to take hits on Android

You'll either love it or hate and there's probably no gray area in between. Hitman GO has finally landed on Android, but this Agent 47 on your smartphone might not exactly be the same assassin you have grown and loved.