Gaming

Wipeout 2 Android game now has zombies,pirates, popstars

If you’re one of those who enjoys seeing people run, jump and dive, and of course be honest, fail at several physical challenges, then you must be a fan of the reality competition series Wipeout. The hugely popular show which has been on air for the past 6 years shows contestants competing in “the world’s largest obstacle course”. Now you get to compete once again in the show without even lifting your butt from your chair with the Android game Wipeout 2.

Asphalt 8: Airborne update adds new location and cars

Fans of racing games on Android devices may be familiar already with the game Asphalt 8: Airborne. The game was updated this week and gained some new features. Most important to fans of the game is that the update brings with it some new cars including the Mercedes Biome concept car and the Nissan GT-R NISMO along with three others.

Humble SEGA Mobile Bundle gives more Sonic and some monkeys

As expected, Humble Bundle has expanded its latest bundle half way through the two-week campaign. While it may not be an exciting giveaway, one of them isn't even a game, it's still a deal considering how much you would be paying for the games individually otherwise. That is, of course, if you're a huge fan of the speedy blue hedgehog.

Strike Wing: Raptor Rising space simulator game hits Android

Crescent Moon Games has rolled out a new game for Android users that focuses on space battles called Strike Wing: Raptor Rising. Strike Wing is described as a space-fighting simulator and in the game players will be flying ships in deep space looking for answers to what happened during something called the Sirius incident.

Oscura Second Shadow arrives to shed some light

Ole Alfheim of Chocolate Liberation Front is taking another stab at its Webby-award nominated Oscura. In Second Shadow, you once again take control of the unwilling and rather ironic hero Oscura as he tries to recover the pieces of the shattered Aurora stone and restore light to the Driftlands.

StackSocial has pay-what-you-want Android game bundle

Humble Bundle, there’s a new kid in the game and they’re virtually coming for you. StackSocial is offering a very special pay-what-you-want deal for their Handheld Hero Android Gamer Bundle. There are seven games available but to get more than two in the bundle, you need to beat the average amount that most people are paying. The other good news is that 10% of what you pay will go to one of three organisations they support.

Z: Steel Soldiers reboot and T.E.C. 3001 games hit Android

If you are in the mood for new games that have robots as the main focus, we have two for you that our sister site SlashGear has reviewed recently that are available for Android devices. The first of the games is Z: Steel Soldiers and it follows a troop of robotic soldiers that are fighting to win. The game promises a new breed of robots with a taste for war and you can customize your own robotic soldiers.

OUYA teams up with Xiaomi to conquer Asia

What should you do if you want to make it big in the Android market in Asia, particularly in China? Why partner with the top Android OEM of course! That is what OUYA seems to be doing by striking a deal with Xiaomi to bring its games and its platform outside of its comfort zone and into the Chinese, and eventually Asian, market.

PAC-MAN Friends brings classic to Android, adds tilt control

There are only so many things you can do to a classic gaming franchise like Pac-Man, before the attempts to bring them to modern times become trite and tired. Lo and behold, we have another official Pac-game release called “PAC-MAN Friends” aimed specifically at the Android platform. What will fans of the classic think about this?
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