There are plenty of console and PC video games that make the transition into mobile apps in some form. We’ve seen companion apps, somewhat related games made for mobile (Fallout Shelter comes to mind), and even full spinoffs like Call of Duty. And in some ... Read More »
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What are the best games to show off the power of your new Android device? First person shooters normally push the limits of mobile graphics processors and Android has a growing library of quality titles. We’ve been playing first person shooters since the early days of Android, so we rounded up our Top 10 picks. ... Read More »
Today MadFinger Games, creators of the hit shooter Shadowgun, revealed their next title for Android. Dead Trigger is an action-packed first person zombie shooter set in the present where the world has collapsed and modern civilization is coming to its end.
Millions of people have turned into zombies and it’s your job to figure out ... Read More »
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Gameloft promised they would bring the highly-anticipated N.O.V.A. 3 to Android in May, and they delivered on the last day of the month. If you want to play the best first-person shooter on Android, then head over to the Google Play Store and give Gameloft $6.99.
Android fans will be pleased to hear that most ... Read More »
Gameloft’s highly anticipated first-person shooter Modern Combat 3 has finally hit the Android Market for $6.99. North Korea, Pakistan and Russia have all teamed up to launch a terrorist attack on the United States, and it’s your job as Corporal James Walker to lead your special forces into enemy territory and stop them.
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This week Gameloft converted another one of their classic titles into a freemium game. Brother in Arms 2 Free+ is the latest game that Gameloft allows you to download for free and then use in-app purchases to unlock special items and speed up the game’s progress. Other recent freemium games include GT ... Read More »
Gameloft has had a shaky relationship with Android users due to their refusal to simply launch all of their titles in the Android Market and opting instead to sell most of their apps exclusively via their own frequently problematic system.
Now normally people would probably just say forget it and not ... Read More »
I might be Gameloft’s harshest critic, but I’m also their biggest fan. There is no denying that these guys make the best games for Android, but we have so far been disappointed that few have made their way to the official Android Market. I have a feeling that will change real soon, but in ... Read More »