Tag "android games"
We’ve decided to gather up some of our recent YouTube video reviews and app previews and share them with you, dear reader. If you’re new to Android or looking for
The Android Market Google Play has a host of awesome games for Android users, and some not-so-awesome games as well. The question is often asked, “how do we sort out
Today is a monumental day for Android developers as Google announced a pretty tasty treat last night. Google has increased application size limits to 4GB each, up considerably from 50MB.
Qualcomm today announced that four new titles are joining their Snapdragon GamePack. Designed as a bundle of games optimized for the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, the collection has grown to more
What does one do after they conquer earth? They head for space!
GAMEVIL adds a pair of sequel titles that take advantage of today’s HD Android displays.
Gameloft makes it even easier for Android gamers to stay connected with each other.
Namco Bandai, the name behind Android games such as PAC-MAN and Flight Control, has come out in opposition of the freemium model that is becoming popular among mobile apps. More
We’ve learned that even though the Kindle Fire sells for only $199.99 it actually costs slightly more than that to manufacture and sell them. What normally sounds a little bit
Are you an Android gamer who lives in the LA area and want to win $10,000 AND/OR a trip to Korea? You will have the chance to compete in this tournament
Qualcomm has all but wrapped up work on their answer to NVIDIA’s TegraZone and expect to open the doors next week. Dropping in the Android Market on January 10th (first
Do you have what it takes to help Santa get his red suit back so he can deliver presents on Christmas? Sega’s Fallen Realms has been updated to include a
HandyGames has announced that they’ve updated their popular Wild West defense game, Guns’n’Glory, with twenty new levels spread across two states. If you’ve already downloaded the game then you’ll
Nielsen has released a new set of data which looks at the popularity of Android applications across various age groups. What does the study tell us? Well, for starters, Facebook