Tag "android games"
Big Blue Bubble, developers of Burn the Rope and its successor, have released their next Android game this week with the arrival of Fling a Thing. Players are in charge
Designed for players of all ages, new Android game arrives on December 15th.
YoYo Games today released their next Android-based game, the platform puzzler Rick O’Shea. Featuring more than 120 levels, 30 achievements, 12 mini-games, and more, Rick O’Shea is the first freemium
ThumbPark needs your help with their app! They’re looking for beta testers to pick out the bugs in their minigames platform, and they’re giving away a Galaxy Tab 10.1 to one lucky tester.
HeroCraft today announced a new game based around the popular television series Scrubs, tapping it with an early December release. Players will assume the role of a young intern as
An update to the popular fire-fighting game Sprinkle allows for play on all Android 2.3+ devices, including many tablets. Available in the Android Market, the game is billed as a
A new update to the incredibly sharp looking Shadowgun has opened the door to playing the game on non-Tegra devices. According to Androidnext.dethe update changelog indicates support for PowerVR and
Collection of 5 Boulder Dash games, 4 sold as in-app purchases
SuperRope, a popular iOS game, is now available on Android! It’s addicting to play, and it’s free, so what are you waiting for?
Big Blue Bubble today announced that the followup to their popular title, Burn the Rope, has arrived in the Android Market. Featuring 100 new levels, 4 new worlds, a new
This week has been full of awesome game releases, hasn’t it? This one comes to both Android and iPad 2 users, and it’s called Age of Defenders. As you can
Calling all Duke Nukem fans, I need your attention. Remember when we told you that Duke Nukem would hit the Android Market “very soon?” Well, after only 20 days, the
Facebook’s most played sports game features 3 million monthly players.
Superplay Games, an independent team up of seasoned gaming developers and gamers, have released their first title this week. Called Cosmonauts, it’s a free download for Android 2.0 or higher (most
OpenFeint, the secret cross-platform sauce behind hundreds of Android games, has issued a press release today touting their new Game Channel for Android. Designed to both help players discover new