If you plan on buying a Nexus 4, Nexus 7, or Nexus 10, there will be a bunch of optimized games waiting for you on launch day. Both Electronic Arts and Gameloft have announced they will support the entire Nexus family of devices with their lineup of Android games.
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Today game developer EA announced that their answer to digital distribution stores, Origin, will be expanding onto more platforms in the coming year. New additions include a long awaited Android client.
In the age of the all-important ecosystem, digital storefronts are all the rage. Sucking customers in and getting them to stay is the ... Read More »
Welcome to our new column Android Gaming Weekly, where we recap all the new releases and highlights every Wednesday. We post small bits throughout the week related to Android games, but readers have requested a condensed summary that makes it easier to keep up with all the latest news. Read on for this week’s best ... Read More »
Today EA Mobile announced that The Sims FreePlay is now available in the Android Market. I’m not sure how many Sims fans we have around here, but earlier comments suggest that your wife will love the game. This time around, players will be have more than 1,200 customizable ways to design their dream home and neighborhood.
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Is EA Mobile finally ready to take Android serious now? They have ported a handful of their most popular iOS games to Android, but most have been met with a lukewarm reception (averaging review scores of 3/5). A quick browse of EA Mobile’s site shows that they haven’t updated their Android section in ... Read More »
Super Bowl XLVI is coming this weekend and EA Mobile has lowered the price of Madden NFL 12 to $0.99 to celebrate the big game. Most of EA’s Android games have been disappointing compared to their iOS clones, and Madden appears no different. It’s not compatible with the new phones (like the Galaxy Nexus) ... Read More »
When will Electronic Arts take Android seriously? The developer already has several games available on the Android Market, but most have been disappointing and received more 1-star reviews than 5-star reviews. Hopefully things get turned around this fall when the classic survival horror game Dead Space is ported to Android.
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Are you ready for some football?
The NFL preseason is entering its final week, and the 2011-12 NFL season is nearly upon us. There are certainly applications galore in the market to keep up with scores or manage your fantasy football team, but what about those of us who like to get our hands dirty? ... Read More »
The entire catalog of Electronic Arts (EA) games are on sale today for the low, low price of $0.99, which is a significant savings on the standard $3-5 price tag. The sale applies to the following titles
Need for Speed: Shift The Sims 3 Tetris Fifa 10
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Yesterday we learned Verizon had worked a deal with EA Mobile to include Madden NFL 11 on the Droid X, but it looks like the popular game developer might be ready to bring more titles to the Android Market soon.
One of our readers points out that the Nexus S features page ... Read More »