Gaming

Monster Dash returns: more monsters, weapons, better Barry

The Barry Steakfries Trilogy, which consists of Jetpack Joyride, Age of Zombies, and Monster Dash, have long been a cure for boredom and also a cause of unproductivity. Monster Dash is now finally available on Android and has been upgraded with even more monsters to kill, better weapons to kill them with, and a more dashing Barry to kill them all.

Become a taekwondo master in Taekwondo Game for Android

If you've ever dreamt of being a taekwondo expert but had neither the skills nor the patience to actually learn it, now you can live out your dreams through a mobile game. Taekwondo Game is simply that: an Android game that lets you compete against computer experts or even real players from around the world, based on real-life rules and physics from the sport itself.

Gameloft outs Brothers in Arms 3, now with more actions and bigger weapons

Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War for Android was recently released by Gameloft. That's another game to add to your list of games you'd be playing during the Christmas vacation. I'm not a fan of war games but I know why such can be popular. It's another World War II-themed 3rd person shooter game. It's actually a follow up to the Brothers in Arms 2 released back in 2011. Gameloft has not forgotten fans of the game but it took them a while to launch something new.

Archer Diaries lets you train around the world to become archery expert

With the popularity of several pop culture phenomenon like Arrow, Avengers, Lord of the Rings and Hunger Games, archery has suddenly become cool again (Robin Hood says, "Told ya!") in the past few years. Attendance in archery schools shot up, students in gym class no longer avoid the bows and arrows, and during Halloween, they've become a popular costume as well. A new game called Archer Diaries is set to take advantage of this continued popularity, this time, aiming (pun intended) it at mobile users.

Telltale Games brings their own flavor of Borderlands to Android

The “Borderlands” series is a wonderfully quirky and hugely popular sci-fi FPS (first person shooter) that has been released mainly for consoles and PC, and is now waiting to release their third installment of the game. The beauty (or campiness) of Borderlands’ comic-based graphics will take a while before it can be translated to Android, or so we thought. Telltale Games – of “The Walking Dead” and “The Wolf Among Us” fame – is ready to give us a point-and-click rendition of the game ostensibly called “Tales from the Borderlands”.

Dumb Ways To Die game sequel now available on Android

What started out as just a public service announcement to promote safety in the Metro Train stations in Australia turned into an award-winning viral campaign and global phenomena, spawning music videos, memes, parodies and an app and mobile game. Now Dumb Ways To Die is back with a game sequel with the same old fun, quirky challenges, but now with an expanded universe.

Bulkypix celebrates 6 years, offers 16 premium games for free

Game developer Bulkypix has a good reason to give away apps for free. The company has just celebrated its 6th anniversary so it's being generous offering premium games for free. These apps are free and in full versions forever but in-app purchases may apply. About 16 apps are ready for free download but more are expected to be added in the next few weeks so gamers, stay tuned.

Baldurs Gate II Enhanced Edition makes its way to Android

Beamdog has done it again. The game developers have successfully ported and launched the sequel to one of the most popular classic computer RPGs of all time, Baldur's Gate II, in its enhanced and remastered form. Now gamers both old and new can get a chance to relive the good old days or forge new adventures using nothing more than the small but powerful computer hidden in their pockets. Of course, like in many games, a good adventure has a price to be paid.

Bit Dungeon II: Game to save your soul from eternal damnation

Games where you never die and just run endlessly through various locations can be a drag sometimes. You want to be challenged by something that might results in a virtual death where you have to start all over again. A sequel to a roguelike game may just be the thing for you if you feel up to facing permadeath. Welcome to Bit Dungeon II's world.
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