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Ratrod Studio has just released their 3D Unity based drift racing game, Drift Mania Championship into the Android Market. The 99¢ game has been a success for iPhone, selling more than 2 million downloads over the last few months.
Get Set Games passed us a note yesterday to tell us that they are fearing up for the Android release of their popular Mega Jump. After already seeing more than 7.5 million people download the game in six months, the Android version should also do very well.
Let’s just assume you’ve already cleared every level of Angry Birds on your Android handset. And let’s also assume you have three stars for each level. What do you do
OpenFeint has just added another round of cross-platform games to their repertoire with popular titles that include Bomberman Dojo and Frogger.
Popular iPhone game Slice It! has come to Android and it’s yet another GetJar exclusive title. The developers, Com2us, follow on the heels of Rovio (Angry Birds), Gameloft, and Glu
After exiting a short, but busy (125k downloads), beta period which lasted all of a week, popular 3D MMO game Pocket Legends is now official for Android. It’s now possible for Android users all over the world to get their quest on and play with and against their iPhone/iPad counterparts.
As popular as Angry Birds has become on Android one would think everybody under the son has downloaded and enjoyed the hot little time waster. Sadly, the game could be doing much better for itself, considering all of the phones which cannot properly play the instant classic.
StumbleUpon has just announced that since the app’s release, there has been over a million app stumbles.
We received a tip from FrugalGames earlier this evening about their first Android game, Flee. After checking out their YouTube video and blog, I was intrigued and decided to download it and try it out. Two minutes into playing it, I was immediately transported back to the late 80s’ where I was usually found face down in a Tiger handheld.
If 2D platform jumpers are your type of game, then you’ll want to keep your eyes open for Visual Dreams’ forthcoming Herman the Hermit
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.
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.
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
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