Gaming

Gameloft’s Cars: Fast as Lightning now available to entertain kids (and maybe adults too)

If your younger kids constantly borrow your tablet or phone to play games, but they've exhausted all the games you've installed there, you might want to consider getting this new one from GameLoft. Based on the highly-successful (well, the first one, at least) Pixar movie Cars, arriving in Android devices is Cars: Fast as Lightning, a racing game that will appeal to the young fans of the animated flick, as well as adults who like simple racing games.

Interstellar war comes to Android with Sentinel 4: Dark Star

An award-winning tower-defense game has now made its way to the Android platform and it will try to wreak havoc on your productivity. Sentinel 4: Dark Star is the 4th edition in the strategy series that has you creating strategies to defend the towers you build as you explore hidden worlds within that universe. It would be easy to be conquered by the Dark Star and its intricacies though (if you're into this type of game) so download at your own risk.

Mistwalker launches Terra Battle for Android

If you loved Final Fantasy, you’ll definitely like the new game developed by its creator Hironobu Sakaguchi. Terra Battle is the latest role-playing game by Mistwalker Corporation that lets players go on a journey where powerful heroes and warriors are the main characters.

Say yes to Yes Chef! so you can play with your food

"Don't play with your food!" This may be something you constantly heard from your parents when you were at that age when everything just fascinated you, including the food they set in front of you at every meal. But now that you're (supposedly) an adult, a new Android game will let you do just that. From the creators of the highly-addictive Fruit Ninja, now comes Yes Chef!, a game that would like to be as pervasive as well.

Humble Mobile Bundle 9 on sale until Oct 22

It seems like we were just talking about the last version of the Humble Mobile Bundle, and that's mostly because it has only been a couple of weeks since the last version was here. The latest Humble Mobile Bundle 9 is here and it brings with it some cool and DRM-free games for mobile Android gamers to enjoy.

Doggins pits a time-traveling canine against a devious squirrel

They say that the Internet is like ancient Egypt, with people writing on walls and worshipping cats. There are, fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your proclivities, no cats in this game. Rather, this simple-looking but aesthetically beautiful game is all about a dog. Well, a dog and human history. Or actually a dog, human history, and the maniacal plot of a dastardly monocled squirrel to change the story of human invention. And of course, there will be time traveling involved. No phone booths though.

Virtually conquer other countries in Age of Civilizations

If you've always had that megalomaniac tendency that you've been trying to suppress in a bid to play nice with others, then you know that board games, and later on mobile games may be your only outlet to let loose. The classic board game Risk revealed our deepest wishes to conquer other countries, and now a new Android game may also help you with that dream, virtually at least. Age of Civilizations has one goal and that is to make your country take over the world.

MyNBA2K15 Lands for Android gamers

2K Games has returned to the mobile gaming market with its latest sports game called NBA 2K15 and its companion app called MyNBA2K15. The companion app gives gamers the ability to earn VC and stay linked to the console version of the full game at home while you are out.

Smash Rider crashes into Android

A new game called Smash Rider has landed on Google Play this week. This new game challenges players to take the wheel of several different cars in an attempt to evade the police for the longest distance possible. While running from the police, drivers of the virtual cars get to smash into other cars on the road for points.
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