Gaming

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet Lollipop update finally rolls out

That was quite a mouthful, but the goodies that SHIELD Tablet owners will be receiving in today's update will definitely be a handful as well. NVIDIA has started the release of its major update to the gaming device and, as promised, the update not only brings in Android 5.0 to the tablet but a whole host of new features, not least among them the new GRID on-demand game rental system that brings triple-A PC games to mobile.

Dodo Master lets you digitally “rescue” an extinct bird

Dodos may already be (sadly) extinct, but at least it will live on through games like Dodo Master. And this is not just an Angry-Bird type of game but a well-crafted and well-tested puzzle-platformer game that lets you become a hero and save a bird and its future descendants as you try to escape from predators who would like to have scrambled Dodo eggs for breakfast.

Five Nights at Freddys back to terrify you with new toys

If you can't get enough of homicidal bears that are out to scare the beejezus out of you, well the good news is that Five Nights at Freddy's is back with a new installment. The bad news is that there are new and probably more terrifying characters that will make you thankful you don't have a real security job at a real pizza joint. The point-and-click survival game's second edition has been teased by developers for the past month, showing the dilapidated animatronic toys, and now they're probably back for vengeance.

Endless Doves: Another Flappy Bird like game for the geeks

If you miss Flappy Bird, don’t worry as there are a lot of similar games available on the Google Play Store. The short-lived successful game has resulted to a number of copycats. Geeks couldn’t really say goodbye to the Flappy Bird that’s why developers created their own version. But didn't Google tried rejecting those Flappy apps earlier this year?

Duck Dynasty guys release tower defense game on Android

If you're a huge fan of the surprisingly addictive Duck Dynasty reality series about the Robertson clan, then you'd probably support whatever product they come out with, even if you're not a duck hunter at all. If you've always been curious as to what the duck calls actually do but live nowhere near ducks or ponds or the swam, then you can now understand it through a mobile game. Duck Commander: Duck Defense is a tower defense game where you can be any of the four Robertson men, out to defend their Louisiana land.

Jet Car Stunts back with a more daredevil sequel

Probably, one of the biggest appeals of car-racing mobile games is the fact that we can drive as crazy as we want, be as much of a daredevil as we can never be in reality, and all without real-life consequences. And what if you could combine a car and a jet in one vehicle that can defy the law of physics, at least digitally? That is why Jet Car Stunts became really successful and now it's back with a sequel that will make you both look forward to and dread the possibility of this coming true in the distant future.

Android Community Weekly Digest: Nov. 16, 2014 Edition

Lollipop, Lollipop, Lollipop! That is this week's battle cry as Google unleashed the full fury of sweetness unto the Android world. And following closely are device makers who are already starting to roll out the update for their lucky smartphones. Of course, that's not all that happened this week, so let us take a very short stroll down memory lane in this edition of Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from November 10 to November 16, 2014.

Dare to open The Last Door

Who wants to be alone in the dark? I don’t know anyone who does but if you’re playing The Last Door: Collector’s Ed, you’d understand how bad it can be. The award-winning adventure game by Phoenix Online Studios has been terrifying gamers in this mysterious challenge set in Victorian England.
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