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PopCap Promises Plants Vs Zombies, Peggle for Android in Early 2011

PopCap, the creators of ultra-popular games such as Zuma and little series called Bejewled, have promised Android users that they will finally deliver Plants Versus Zombies and Peggle in early 2011.

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CAPCOM Announces 3D Versions of Three Iconic Titles for Android

Capcom made a little announcement today, timed with today’s Sharp’s new 3D Android-based phones.  The software giant is bringing three “iconic” titles to Android in the form of 3D gaming.

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Top Games and Apps in Android Market According to Distimo

Sorry to keep hitting you guys over the head with so many reports and survey findings but that’s what you get roughly once a quarter.  Blame a growing, successful mobile

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Android Market Officially Eclipses 100,000 Apps

If you’re like us, you probably follow the Android Developers team on Twitter to keep up with official news and announcements.  If you don’t, then you would have missed the

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GamerShots Launches Free App Promotion for Devs

The social gaming network, Gamer Shots, has recently launched a way for Android Devs to promote their app for no cost to their site’s users.  A quote from their press

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GetJar+ Will Set Millions of Premium Games Free, Starting with Glu Mobile!

GetJar, the world’s second largest app store, has formally announced their new GetJar+ program which will see millions of premium games and content going free for two weeks at a

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MiniSquadron Hits Android Market with OpenFeint Support, Limited Time Pricing

Supermono Studios and Gray Fin Studios have collaborated to bring their popular iPhone title, MiniSquadron, to the Android Market. Dedicated to giving Android users the best experience, the two have done everything they can to ensure this isn’t just a generic port of an existing game.

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Full Angry Birds Arrives in Coming Weeks, “Mighty Eagle” Lurking in Shadows

If you’re like most of the AndroidGuys team, you blew through the Angry Birds Beta within a few minute/hours of opening the game.  Fifteen levels just isn’t enough to satisfy

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Scoreloop Adds PayPal Integration to Cross-Platform SDK

Scoreloop continues to help developers monetize their games this week with the addition of PayPal integration. Already the “leading social gaming infrastructure provider”, Scoreloop has been providing tools to help developers engage their end users all while earning additional money

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The Ticker (September 3rd)

We get an awful lot of emails from you guys wanting to share news, promote links, tips, etc. As much as we’d love to share everything that comes across the inbox, we simply can’t. So, we decided to start a semi-regular series of posts called “The Ticker”. These will be items that we think are worth covering, but not necessarily in a dedicated post. And away we go!

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As Promised, Angry Birds Beta Arrives

The emails have begun rolling out.  Angry Birds beta has hit the Android Market.  If you signed up for the beta test, you’ll be getting your notice any minute now. 

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Angry Birds Lite Beta Hits Android Market on Friday

Remember that post from a while back where we told you to sign up for the Angry Birds Beta game? Forget it. Don’t bother waiting on some secret email or download link. You’re no longer part of an exclusive club. Instead of rolling out a limited beta version of the popular time-waster, Rovio has opted to drop the game in the Android Market.

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NAMCO Brings Popular “Crush the Castle” to Android

Namco Networks, of PAC-MAN fame, have announced this week that their popular Crush the Castle is coming to Android. If you haven’t heard of the game before, it’s a simple premise: Load your trebuchet up, aim at the castle, and crush it.

App Reviews

App Review: I-Play Bowling Android

The people over at I-play have released a bowling game called I-Play Bowling. The game is available in two versions: Standard and HD. The difference between the two versions is a better graphic layout for the HD version, if your phone can support it. I had the opportunity to check this game out, and those of you who have a Nintendo Wii will feel very comfortable right from the start.

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Android’s First Official Gaming Challenge!

There is good news for all you hard core Android gamers out there, the guys over at Droidgamers.com are sponsoring the first ever Android Gamer Challenge!  They are looking to