Gaming

Boom Dots is a highly addictive, one-tap game for Android

You would think that a game that just requires you to tap once would eventually bore you to death right? But trust game developers to come up with new ways of making us slaves to our smartphones and spend hours just trying to beat the challenges in minimalist but complicated games. The latest to vie for your attention is called Boom Dots and we wish you luck in trying to escape from its rounded, spiky claws.

Beast Towers lets you summon beasts to defeat humans

Most kick-ass strategy games are listed under paid apps and they make you spend more for in-app purchases. Welcome Beast Towers--another strategy game that is described as something different, new, interesting, and something French because it was created by French developer Baptiste Largaiolli. It's a tower defense game that involves humans attacking your castle. To defend your place, you need to call on the beasts to take on the humans.

Fotonica: an endless runner through complex environments

Unless you're a distant relative of The Flash or Quick Silver, you'll never know exactly how it feels to run 140 mph. But a new Android game can give you a close estimation of that feeling. Fotonica is an endless runner unlike any other, as it puts you in the first-person perspective and lets you run through complex environments. It is part of a growing trend of seemingly simple but excitingly complicated games.

Command an army of troops and heroes in Hero Sky: Epic Guild Wars

You've watched enough war movies. You've read enough war strategy game books. You've practiced on other mobile games. Now you feel like you're ready to take on bigger things. Welcome to Hero Sky: Epic Guild Wars where you get to take charge of an army of troops and heroes to once and for all claim supremacy over the Sky World. And you can do it all from the convenience of your smartphone or tablet.

Doodle Army 2: play online in your own mini-militia

If you like shooting at people and blowing things up, well at least on your mobile device (we hope), then this game sequel should be right up your alley. Doodle Army 2: Mini militia brings more of the same explosive action packaged in a sometimes-cute stickman shooter visual, but this time with more customization options and also an online component that can see you teaming up with or against multiple players from around the world.

Sleeping Prince added a price tag, and removed in-app purchase

While the world has embraced fairy tales once again on the big screen, with live action remakes of such classics as Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast, over on Cloudreach, the prince is still dozing off while the Princess and the entire kingdom is in peril, but not through any fault of the dozing dope. So it's still up to you, loyal mobile gamer, to literally drag the prince to become the hero his kingdom deserves.

Episode 2 of Tales from the Borderlands arrives to much acclaim

If you’re a proper gamer, you will at least have heard of the Borderlands franchise. The game has made us all believers in a fun and engaging story-based first person shooter again. The storylines are unique, the characters are ones you definitely won’t forget. Telltale Games transferred most of this hilarity and fun to “Tales from the Borderlands”, a story-slash-game that we featured a few months back. Now Episode 2 is here, and it’s packing some serious fun.

Boss Monster card game comes to life on Android

Here's another strategy card game that will probably make you busy. There are numerous similar games already but only a few can capture a true geek's attention. The indie card game has finally arrived on Android, ready to challenge players to become the ultimate villains. This dungeon-building card game can make the players become video game bosses. Who doesn't want to become a boss at least once in his lifetime?

X-Men: Days of Future Past brings side-scrolling action to Android

If you’ve been around Marvel movies in the past few years you’ll know that the title of this new Android game from Glitchsoft – X-Men: Days of Future Past – is taken from the movie of the same title, which was in itself an attempt to bring together the screwed up timelines and storylines the X-Men movies have given us. The game itself reflects the movie, but gives us some nostalgic 2D side-scrolling fun while it’s at it.

Space Chicks: an endless platformer where you can save the world

It may not have the most politically correct name (or even the mission itself), but it sure looks like a fun game to play. Space Chicks is an endless platformer that lets you become the hero, not just to the "chicks" but to the world, and all you have to do is use just one finger. Okay, that isn't as dirty as it sounds, believe us, since really, the game has simple one touch controls.
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