Gaming

Gamebench comes out with ‘usability’ benchmark app

Truth be told, ever since we found out that Samsung cheated on one of its devices AnTuTu benchmark results – which then prompted every other manufacturer to “game” their benchmarks – we started feeling “meh” about benchmark results and which handset is the greatest of them all. Gamebench wants to rebuild our faith in benchmarking with a new “usability”-centered process, featured in its new app.

Minecraft releases massive update in Pocket Edition 0.9.0

If you thought that Minecraft was already addictive and counter-productive enough as it is, well, it’s creators didn’t think so. They just released a massive update (they say it’s their biggest ever) and parents and bosses everywhere should get ready to start setting down rules as to when their children and employees can actually play the mobile game, if they themselves are not obsessed with it.

Leo’s Fortune tries to find gold in Android

It can be quite frustrating when Android is sometimes treated as just an afterthought by mobile game developers, but things could actually be worse. They could opt not to bring their games to Android at all. Fortunately, developers 1337 (which is read as "leet" for "elite", by the way) has brought its award-winning puzzle platform to Android, giving mobile gamers something new to sink their teeth into.

Flappy bird wanna-be Flopsy Droid now on Android Wear

Just when you think the Flappy Bird phenomena and its subsequent clones and wanna-bes have already saturated the market, app developers have found a new platform to explore for this kind of game: Android Wear. The game Flopsy Droid has become the first among the bunch to launch an app that is specifically for the first batch of wearables in the new platform, namely the LG G Watch, Moto 360, Samsung Gear Live and other Android Wear smartwatches.

4096 Hexa game app is 2048 on steroids

Some people have called the impossibly addictive download hit game “2048” as “Flappy Bird for math geeks”. To a certain point, we would agree to that, given the number of people on our social network timelines posting their 2048 game progress. But because we live in a global society where it’s getting more difficult to lengthen attention span – and because four corners are not enough – we bring you 4096 Hexa, and be scared now, because it is exactly what you think it is.

SoulCraft 2: League of Angels now out for Android

It would be an understatement for us to say that MobileBits’ first SoulCraft game was a success in terms of showing mobile platform gamers what was actually possible in terms of graphics and gameplay for Android and casual games. But don’t look now, MobileBits is out with its second RPG/Action game in SoulCraft 2: League of Angels, which serves as the logical sequel to the impressive first SoulCraft game.

Civilization Revolution 2: no multiplayer, no IAP

Delivering on its promise, 2K Games has made Civilization Revolution 2 available on iOS today and, based on early runs and reviews, Android gamers might be both pleased and disappointed by what's coming to the platform soon. There is word that there will be no in-app purchases, but there will also be no chance to compete with friends either.
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