Gaming

Lindsay Lohan enters mobile gaming market with Price of Fame

What do you do when your movie career is heading nowhere, you've become the butt of jokes of comedy writers, or worse, an object of pity as a "former child actor gone horribly wrong" cautionary tale? Why come up with a branded mobile game or app of course? The latest to enter the fray, after Kim Kardashian's extremely successful Hollywood game, is Lindsay Lohan with her "Price of Fame" app, now available on Android.

Crossy Road is one endless arcade hopper game

Android gamers have been longing for the Crossy Road game on their devices. No need to wait as Crossy Road is now available on the Amazon App Store. Be prepared to know why the game is popular on the App Store and why it has a 5-star average. Game is free to play so you'll get to enjoy endless freeways, rivers, and railroads to cross. In-app purchases are offered so don't be surprised if you'll be tempted to spend a few dollars.

Viber Games to come soon to your Android smartphones

Nowadays, just being an "ordinary" messaging service may not be enough anymore, given the fierce competition with all the free messaging apps available for mobile devices. Viber is one of the most popular ones, but they're not resting on their laurels. They recently announced a new platform called Viber Games, which will be rolling out to several countries in the next few days and is expected to launch worldwide by January 2015.

Help tiny Volt escape from the recycling center

What will it take you to finally see the light and understand that recycling is a must in this day and age? If you're human, you'd know that it's okay to throw or bring old stuff to the recycling center. But that's a different thing if you are the one being thrown away. No, this isn't Toy Story 3 but the new Volt mobile game kinda reminds me of the Disney movie. It's about Volt (no, still not a Disney movie), a battery on the loose, who wanted to get out of the facility to escape. Problem is, Volt has got no legs so how is this poor tiny battery getting out?

Ambush! – Tower Offense lets you be on the other side of the game

We're all familiar with tower defense games and how protecting your buildings and holdings from enemies is extremely important. But what about if you want to be that "enemy" attacking other players as they defend their property? A new Android game called Ambush! - Tower Offense lets you experience being on both sides of the equation, depending on whether you want to attack or defend.

World of Warriors set to do battle on Android devices

They say that deep inside the heart of men (and women too!), there is a warrior just itching to get out. But fortunately, we don't live in an age where they have to do constant battle (at least in this part of the world) and all these warrior tendencies are given reign in the digital world only. One such game is World of Warriors, now available for Android devices.

Valve’s Half-Life 2 Episode One released for the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet

We said it before, NVIDIA’s SHIELD Tablet is set to become one of today’s gaming powerhouses. With NVIDIA continuing in its effort to bring games exclusive to the platform – not just games, but quality ones too – more and more people are getting convinced that the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet is a legit gaming platform. Enter “Half Life 2 Episode One”, the first of three episodes that serve as a sequel to “Half Life 2” which was originally released in 2004.

War of Tanks: Clans brings you WWII battles and missions

There aren't that many people fascinated with tanks as, let's say planes, but those who are into these battle vehicles are a passionate lot. If you're one of them or maybe just curious about what makes them tick, then you should try out War of Tanks: Clans, the sequel to the popular War of Tanks game, previously available for the Android market as well.

SimplePlane lets you design and fly your own custom plane

Have you ever dreamed of designing your own plane but never really got around to studying all the math stuff involved? Did you plan to become a pilot but maybe your eyesight or lack of hand eye coordination prevent you from becoming one? You can live out your aviator dreams through a new Android game called SimplePlane, but it's anything but actually simple.

SXPD action racing game brings comicbooks to life

Most action games for mobile are designed with basic graphics in mind. Others choose to use pixelated graphics now which usually turn out to be retro cute. SXPD's graphics style is actually impressive. It's like being inside a live comicbook. You get to see action in black and white and some red only. Comic book artist Duke Mighten wrote the story and directed the comic book part while game industry legend David Perry directed the game section. Simply put, this is a comic book you can play.
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