Archive for category games

5 surreal indie games to try out this Christmas holiday

Christmas is upon us and naturally we’re all quite excited about spending time relaxing with friends and family, but also pursuing some of our hobbies. With a few days available to enjoy as we please, gamers will probably be looking for the best titles to play this holiday. But with so many games being available […]

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Google reveals the best apps & games of 2017

With only one month to go before the New Year, Google has unveiled its collection of “Best of 2017” apps, games and media from the Play Store. The lists are available for every country where the service is available, but below you’ll find the most popular content in the US this year: Most popular new […]

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Best Android zombie games to get you in the mood for Halloween

Are you super excited about the new season of AMC’s The Walking Dead which is scheduled to begin on October 22? Well, while you wait on that, you might want to quench your thirst for the apocalypse with a few cool exciting zombie games you can play on your Android smartphone. In what follows you’ll […]

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Google announces Android Excellence app collections for this fall

Back in June, Google introduced the Android Excellence program in the Play Store. Curated by Google’s editorial team, Android Experience includes a rotating collection of apps that deliver great design, an engaging user experience, and strong app performance. Well this week, Google has released the latest batch of apps which have been welcomed to the […]

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Google Play Indie Games Festival finalists announced

Google has chosen the final 20 indie developers who submitted their work to the Google Play Indie Games Festival. Not only that, but Google took the opportunity to open the invitations to register to attend the event. So how did we choose the 20 finalists? We powered up our phones, put our game-faces on, and […]

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Nox App Player – an easy-to-use Android emulator packed with features (Review)

Overview: Ever wanted to play your favorite Android games on a bigger screen? Well, thanks to Android emulators like BlueStack or Droid4X now you can. But today we’re going to talk about, the Nox App Player which is another, relatively new Android emulator (simulator) that packs an extensive host of handy features and a clean […]

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Google Play Store’s new Android Excellence collections highlight top apps and games

Google is making it easier for users to identify quality apps and games in the densely populated Play Store by introducing the new Android Excellence collections. The idea behind the Android Excellence is enabling Play Store editors to highlight the best Android apps and games of the quarter via a dedicated section. The apps and […]

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Temple Jump – A One-touch, precision platformer full of frustration (Review)

One-touch high difficulty games have been insanely popular ever since a certain bird flapped between some famous green pipes. Flappy Bird paved the way for loads of tiny games designed to be very difficult and typically loaded with ads with the hopes of bringing in an insane amount of revenue. Some of these can actually […]

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Check out this year’s Google Play Award Winners

As expected, during its I/O Google announced the winners of the Google Play Awards. The nominees were announced a few weeks back and you can check our earlier post for a quick refresh. With more than 2.8 million apps (as of March 2017) available in the Play Store, it wasn’t easy to choose the winners. […]

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PlayMobo is a game discovery tool and library (Promoted Review)

Overview Even if Google now offers a “New Indie Highlights” section in the Google Play Store, meant to help users discover titles – some games might still go unnoticed. Google’s section can only accommodate a handful of games, while dozens of new games are being added to the store every week, so it’s easy to […]

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