OpenFeint Roster Tops 315 Titles with Latest Additions

The cross-platform gaming platform that is OpenFeint continues to swell with the addition of 14 new and notable Android apps.  As of today there are now 315 games that take advantage of iOS vs. Android gaming, leaderboards, friends, and more.  Things appear to be picking up speed as more than 215 have been added in the last five months alone.  What started with games like Fruit Ninja and Mini Squadron continues today with Can Knockdown: 2 and Doodle Bowling.  Download these games and pwn your iPhone friends whydontcha.

The latest OpenFeint titles from March include:

  • Can Knockdown: 2 Infinite Dreams
  • Doodle Bowling: GameResort
  • Grave Defense Silver Free: Art of Bytes
  • Guerrilla Bob: Angry Mob Games
  • Meganoid: Orange Pixel
  • Ninja Rush Deluxe: Feelingtouch Inc.
  • Pyxidis: Hyperbees Ltd.
  • Return Zero (BETA): We came from Mars
  • Snail Mail for Android: Sandlot Games
  • Speedx 3D free&full: Hyperbees Ltd.
  • Stellar Escape: Orange Agenda
  • Stupid Zombies: GameResort
  • World Series of Poker Hold’em Legend: Glu
  • Tank Hero: Clapfoot Games

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