Gaming

Project J challenges players to be the light

A new game has hit the Android operating system recently called Project J and it promises to be a very challenging game. Project J sees players playing as light in a world overcome with shadows. To refill the energy of light, payers have to navigate mazes and capture sparks to survive.

Card Dungeon is a virtual board game

At some point, I would wager that we have all played a board game of some sort. Board games often have little cardboard pieces that you punch out to use as avatars and enemies. A new game has hit Android called Card Dungeon and it has the look and feel of a board game.

Anki Drive combines virtual and real world racing

Typically, when we talk about an app for Android devices that has to do with racing, we are talking about a racing game. This time out we are talking about a racing game, but it is very different from the others we have seen. Anki Drive launched recently for Android and it combines virtual racing with real world racing.

Angry Birds Seasons goes ballin’ with NBA edition

It may not be the most popular sport in the world, but here in the good 'ole United States, we go crazy over basketball. And everytime October rolls around, we go even crazier as the NBA season officially starts. Apparently, the folks over at Rovio are also excited for this as they announced that Angry Birds Seasons is not about Halloween or Thanksgiving, but rather about that orange ball that 10 grown men are passing and shooting around. So this means our dearest birds and angry pigs have joined the basketball fever.

Google Play Games quietly rolls out Nearby Players feature

Playing Google Play Games could be more fun and exciting if you see nearby players enjoying the same game as you. The Google Play Services app was recently updated to include a new street view API, some more bug fixes, and updates to activity recognition, Instant Buy APIs, and Play Games services. Some users have noted that the “Nearby Players” feature is also available and has been enabled on their phones.

Super Party Sports Football: practice being a footie star

If you've ever had the urge to decapitate your five a side football opponents while at the same time practicing your virtual footie skills, this new game might kill two birds with one stone. Super Party Sports Football is a new game that will help you develop any football-related skill, at least when it comes to virtual games. It involves not just "physical" skills, but even the laws of physics and your wits to solve puzzles, as you aim to be the next Neymar or Robin Van Persie, at least when it comes to your smartphones and tablets.

Beat mutants in post-apocalyptic Help Me Jack Android game

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to survive after a nuclear apocalypse? Well, fortunately, we're getting a lot of practice now as post-apocalyptic type of adventure games have become one of the trends in mobile gaming, following a pop culture boom. The latest to test our survival skills (well, mostly to exercise our fingers and brains) is Help Me Jack: Atomic Adventure. It is an adventure game set in a world after a nuclear incident has irradiated most of the world and where you have to escape from mutant monsters, you know, the stuff that dreams are made of.

Champ Man 15 is Square Enix’s football management sim

Ok, we’re not necessarily in agreement with Square Enix’s decision to put Arsenal’s long-serving manager on the cover – being that they haven’t exactly won any major silverware lately – but hey, it’s your game. Champ Man 15 – short for Championship Manager, we suppose – is Square Enix’s attempt at getting into the football management simulation game market.
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