Gaming

LEGO Chima: Tribe Fighters arrives in Google Play Store

LEGO bricks are well-loved not just by the kids but also by adults who are well...geeks. The LEGO team has embraced digital times by releasing videos, games, apps, and last year, a movie. On the mobile arena, LEGO has already rolled out numerous games the latest of which is the 'LEGO Chima: Tribe Fighters' developed by Warner Bros. International Enterprises. The game follows the ‘LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga’ released on Amazon App Store back in January.

MWC 2015: Android Community Top Picks

And so the Mobile World Congress 2015 comes to a close and now we're left to pick up the pieces of a whirlwind week. We've been bombarded by a lot of annoucements, new and old products, and promises, and now it's time to weed out the winners from the not so winners. Because everyone's a winner, right? But there are really quite a few that really piqued our interest and earned our applause. Here are some of the most noteworthy products to come out of MWC 2015.

SimCity BuildIt update brings city-building to Tokyo

In the first major update since it started on Android devices, the city-building game SimCity BuildIt now has a new location for you to explore as you create and maintain your very own city. If you've always been fascinated with Tokyo (not just the San Fransokyo from Big Hero 6 but the actual Tokyo, well virtually), then now is your chance to become mayor of this crazy town.

Pixelman brings retro gaming to Android

Being a child of the 80s, I have fond memories of sitting around with friends playing pixilated games. We thought the graphics were great back then, but compared to today's games graphics were terrible in the 80s. Android gamers have a new game to check out that has the pixilated retro look called Pixelman.

Make a word, save some people in Highrise: Word Heroes

Word games are always fun. Well, if you're the type who likes to play around with letters, spellings, and all the other things word smiths enjoy. But do you know what can make it even more fun? If your word forming talent is actually the only thing keeping several people from impending doom! This is the basic premise of Highrise: Word Heroes, where the words you form can actually save lives, even if they are pixelized, digital ones.

Save the world from a dark occult in Pixel Heroes: Bytes & Magic

People who've been missing the old school pixel computer games of yesteryears have no cause for complaint now as a lot of games with this theme have been coming out the past few months. A lot of developers have been either remaking or reviving those games, or creating their own tribute games and improving on them using the latest technology. Pixel Heroes: Bytes & Magic is something you will play the heck out of, if this is your kind of thing.

The Frisbee game goes on and on in fun new sequel

If you've always thought of Frisbee as that annoying circular thing that keeps hitting your head while you're relaxing at the beach or at the park, well, we can't really blame you. But if there is no danger of getting a concussion from it, then it's actually a pretty fun way to wile away your time. We're talking about virtual Frisbee by the way, and a sequel to the game is saying that it can actually last forever, and with a part 2 to boot.

Pivot allows one touch arcade gaming, challenges you to get high scores

The trend in mobile game development is to make the challenges out of this world, characters (both heroes and villains) look awesome and more powerful, all while still making gameplay and control more intuitive and the app a possible moneymaker with in-app purchases or banner ads. The key here is to make a smart game that might make the developer rich, if not, inspire others to make similar addicting games.

Slot those blocks in with Bloq Android game

Sometimes, when you want to play a game on your smartphone, you don't need complicated graphics or confusing gameplay just to entertain yourself. All you need is a seemingly simple instruction that will challenge you as the game progresses and may just frustrate you a little bit in order for you to keep going on. Bloq, a new game for Android devices may be the game for you, if what we've just said is your criteria for a great game.

Doom 3, Crysis will be coming to NVIDIA’s SHIELD Android TV

So NVIDIA’s big reveal at the MWC 2015 is an Android TV gaming hub – aptly named the NVIDIA SHIELD (yes, again). This device marks the third time this naming convention has been used for one of NVIDIA’s devices – first for what is now the SHIELD Portable, and then the SHIELD Tablet. But enough of the name, the exciting part is that you’re going to be able to run DOOM 3 and Crysis – yes, freaking Crysis – on the new NVIDIA SHIELD.
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