Tag "casual games"
Participating in one of my favorite hobbies, casual gaming, on Android is a tough task to achieve. As a casual gamer, I need a fun and intriguing game that is
As a fan of casual titles, I tend to prefer my Android gaming in short bursts. I’d rather trade off high-res graphics and immerse experiences for cute and clever stuff
Face it, we all have a few minutes of downtime throughout our days. Whether we’re waiting for the microwave to finish or the spouse to finish getting dressed, we’ve got
If you’re like me then you like to play your mobile games in short, few minute bursts a couple of times a day. Once in a while you might find
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
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
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
The last we had heard, penguins couldn’t fly. Apparently someone didn’t notify the guys at GAMEVIL as they’ve just dropped their latest game in the Android Market, Air Penguin. Developed
Maybe it’s the child in me but I’m a real sucker for splashy games with colorful graphics and simple premise. I love to come across titles that combine easy-to-learn gameplay
Ohnoes! Bad Pennies have invaded the colorful world of Coin Drop and are messing with the girl Coins! It’s up to you to save the day, but do you have what it
Have fun with new and existing pictures by tossing a good fifty pounds onto yourself. See what happens when you supersize friends and family!
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
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.
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.