Tag "android games"
DotEmu has slashed the prices of three popular Android games: Raiden Legacy, Another World, and R-Type. Starting today (December 21) and running through December 27, the games can be had for
Popular television game show Wheel of Fortune has a brand new Android app to help celebrate its 30 years anniversary. Available through the Amazon Appstore (Android devices, and Kindle Fire),
Gameloft is teasing its next smartphone game this afternoon, having released a trailer for the twin stick shooter Zombiewood. Set to arrive by Halloween, the game will be free to
Rovio’s next big hit, Bad Piggies, has come to Android and other operating systems. Available immediately in Google Play store, the game comes in standard and HD versions, both of
One of the most popular video games of all time, Tetris, is today’s free app over in the Amazon Appstore. If you got the app installed on your Android handset
Some of you might have heard this, but HeroCraft recently released its popular PC and Mac game, The Tiny Bang Story, on Android. As a gorgeous blend of steampunk and
Rovio today announced that their next big game release, Bad Piggies, will be here in less than a month. Based on the antagonistic pigs from the immensely popular Angry Birds series, the title puts
Remember the really sweet looking game that was demonstrated back at Google I/O in June? Well, it’s called Horn and it’s out today. And you’re advised to download it as
Gameloft is taking a very slow, controlled approach to their latest game, stringing us along with bite-sized glimpses of Wild Blood. Today sees the developer providing the first in-game footage
We sit down with the team behind games like Paradise Island and Crime Story.
Rovio is famous for creating one of the most amazing games of all time, Angry Birds. For the last 3 years, they have been launching several updated versions of it,
Funny, turn-based game seeks to find out who’s really smarter – Democrats, Republicans or Independents?
Attendees can get look at The Amazing Spider-Man, Asphalt 7: Heat, as well as many other titles.
Love ’em or hate ’em, Tower Defense games aren’t going anywhere. Here’s five good reasons why they are so darn popular.