Whether you’re traversing the Atlantic or just want to stay off the grid, finding a game that doesn’t require any sort of data connection can be somewhat of a chore these days. Thankfully, Google is here to help.
Available now in Google Play, Google has curated a list of games that don’t require any sort ... Read More »
There aren’t many apps or games that still give us App Store envy, but when the hauntingly beautiful Monument Valley launched as an iOS-exclusive, we were a little jealous. Thankfully we don’t have to be jealous any longer, because Monument Valley is available now for Android.
Created by Ustwo, Monument Valley is what happens when ... Read More »
Remember just last week when we were talking about Half-Life 2 coming out for Android and Nvidia Shield shortly after Portal 2, which is set to launch today? We have great news if that piqued your interests. Not only is Portal totally available right now in Google Play, so is Half-Life 2. Double whammy!
If you’re a fan of Star Wars (or visit social media at all), you know the significance of May 4th. May 4th is Star Wars day, and to celebrate, Google has put up a new page on the Play Store with some sales on Star Wars related apps, games, and books. Unfortunately, the movies are ... Read More »
Apple and Google are two of the biggest players in mobile, with each company constantly working to improve its mobile software in the effort to win over consumers and gain market share. Building their own OSes aren’t the only watt that these two wireless titans are competing, though, as a new report claims that they’re also duking it ... Read More »
My favorite Android games are the ones that take two seconds to get into and can be replayed over, and over, and over again. Before Flappy Bird, games like that were surprisingly hard to come by. But the last several weeks have seen an explosion in fun, addicting and hard games. Flappy Bird may have ... Read More »
Android gaming consoles were really hyped up for a while, but then they completely failed to take off. The OUYA was the first to get seriously popular, but with an outdated Tegra 3 processor, a lackluster game catalog and no access to Google Play, it didn’t do as well as we thought that it would. ... Read More »
As a new device at the dawn of wearable technology, Google Glass has an incredible amount of untapped potential. But potential means nothing when there is no support behind it, but Google is trying to rally the support of the community for Google Glass. Though the device costs $1500 and is limited to specific people, ... Read More »