Gaming

Stormblades slashes into Android, almost like Infinity Blade

When the "hack 'n' slash" game Infinity Blade landed on the iPhone, it became the standard for action RPGs on mobile, especially on the iPhone, because of the lethal combination of gorgeous graphics and gesture-based controls. Two Infinity Blade games later, the title still hasn't made its way into Android. That's not to say there has been no attempt to create something similar on our beloved. Stormblades, which was just launched by Subway Surfers developer Kiloo, is just one of the latest to try to do so. And it almost gets it. Almost.

Bomb critters on your TV or Shield in new Android game

There are mobile games meant for tapping or swiping or turning your devices every which way. there are those that need careful strategy and planning before you start playing. And then there are games where you need to just bomb everything away. This new game called Bombing Bastards is, from the name itself, the third kind of game that we mentioned. And it is infinitely more fun if you don't do it alone.

Amazon announces latest Free App of the Day deals

Amazon is perhaps a one-stop shopping site. You can buy almost anything you need on the e-commerce site. Even digital goods, you can find them on the Amazon Appstore. This portal for Android apps is known to offer great deals almost every month. Actually, there are regular Free App of the Day deals being announced frequently.

Modern Combat 5 Spring update gives the gift of Free

Gameloft has a pretty big update for Modern Combat 5 fans and calling it a game changer would be quite the understatement. This massive update doesn't just bring new content that you may eventually forget about, it actually adds a new Soldier class, one that is actually less oriented towards combat. It also adds support for common controllers. But more than that, you're probably more interested to hear that the Gameloft is making Modern Combat 5 absolutely free to play. Of course, it's not getting rid of the IAPs.

Motion Tennis Cast lets you be a tennis pro (virtually)

If you're a frustrated tennis player or even just a casual one, the mobile tennis games you've been playing haven't really hit the mark. But a new game available for Android devices just might do the trick because it allows you to actually do the motions you would normally do in real tennis play and it will even tell you if your motions have helped you lose a little weight.

Stick Cricket 2: better looking, feature-packed sequel

It might not be the sexiest sport in the world, but cricket does have its passionate fans out there who would truly enjoy having a mobile game version they could play, and a sequel at that. Stick Cricket is back with its second version, which brings new features, a brand new (and improved) look, more tournaments, and more chances of becoming the best player in the club cricket circuit (try saying that fast twenty times).

Solve puzzles and avoid deadly “Beams” in new Android game

Who knew that colored beams could actually be dangerous to your health? We're speaking digitally and mentally of course. A new Android game will test not just your shape and color coordination but also help you make the correct decision on whether or not to actually fulfill the game's goal if it means creating something that can destroy others. Again, this is speaking digitally and not actual destruction. Are you ready to play Beam?

Create your own race with MiniDrivers Android game

If you're a fan of the animated series MiniDrivers, or if you're just looking for a different kind of mobile racing game, then this new Android game might just be for you. This is not just like any other typical racing type of game because you can actually be the master of your own fate as you create your own challenges and rules and try to win the race as well.

Madfist and Madfist Retro now have free versions on Android

There are times when all you want to do is smash things on your screen. Okay, we don't mean to actually smash your screen but rather to play a mobile game that would allow you to almost mindlessly tap and smash your way into winning. Madfist and Madfist Retro are two such games, and now they have free versions available to download for your Android devices.