Google Play Store has finally arrived. Technically, Jetpack Joyride has been available on Android for a few weeks now through the Amazon App Store. Today, however, the game launched on the Google Play Store, offering its addictive gameplay to millions of Android users for the first time.
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Google Play's 25 cent app sale has kicked off, bringing a new round of discounted apps and games with it. We already saw some great deals on day one and day two, and there isn't any lack of them today either. The sale will go on for five days in all, and is a celebration of Google Play recently hitting the 25 billion downloads milestone.
Plants vs. Zombies game, PopCap has announced that a sequel is in the works. Plants vs. Zombies 2 has a release window of "late spring 2013" at the moment, with PopCap not getting any more specific than that. In fact, PopCap's announcement was painfully slim on details, other than the developer noting that players can expect "a bevy of new features, settings, and situations."
shooter action (and want it on Android) you need look no further than The Respawnables. Developed by Digital Legends, the third-person class-based shooter seems to have a lot in common with games like Team Fortress 2 and Battlefield Heroes. It has a new teaser trailer as well, so you can see the game in action after the jump.
Humble Indie Bundle has arrived, and once again, its indie game goodness is being offered on Android. As with past bundles, the Humble Indie Bundle for Android 3 (which is a ridiculous name) lets buyers name their own price on a collection of indie games. A customizable portion of your purchase price goes to charity, so not only do you get a handful of excellent indie games on the cheap, but you also get to feel good about giving some money where it's truly needed.
Gameloft, is at it again this afternoon teasing an upcoming game. This isn't just another run-of-the-mill mobile game either. This is their absolute first game to use the highly impressive Unreal Engine for graphics, only on mobile. If you've been waiting for something impressive like Infinity Blade to arrive on Android -- this is it.
Netflix-style monthly payment service for unlimited gaming. They've now announced the GameFly Gamestore for Android and more.
CNET. EA is expecting this to be one of the biggest mobile game titles of the year for them, and in general. If you are a mobile gamer this should definetaly have you excited.