Those of you that have been around Android since the beginning will likely remember the Android Developer Challenges. They were app development contests sponsored by Google back in the early days when Android did not exactly have a bountiful supply of apps. Well one of the finalists in the second of those contests was Door ... Read More »
After bringing us the first multiplayer Google TV game earlier this month, the folks at ustwo are at it again. This time they’re launching Whale Trail, a popular and addictive iOS game that has been downloaded over 140,000 times with a 4.5 star rating, onto the Android market for all 2.3+ ... Read More »
Gameloft’s popular crime series, Gangstar, will make its third return to Android this fall with the newest update, City of Saints. Following in the footsteps of Rovio, Gameloft headed to the city of Rio for the latest chapter.
Details are slim at this point, but it looks like Gangstar Rio: City of Saints ... Read More »
Do you like guns and wars (in games, at least)? If so, you’ve probably heard about the Modern Combat game series. These are among the most popular war games for mobile devices, and the next sequel could be coming soon. Gameloft has announced the new Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, and we have ... Read More »
Finally available after months of relentless teasing, Xperia Play owners can now head on over to the Android Market and buy Minecraft Pocket Edition for a grand total of just $7.
Currently only available with a create mode, Minecraft Pocket Edition allows you to build anything you can conjure up in your ... Read More »
Gameloft experienced their fair share of growing pains in the early days of Android. I was always one of their most passionate supporters, but I was also their biggest critic. I complained so much that one of their reps actually flew to my hometown and bought me dinner ... Read More »
It seems Google is out to make us procrastinate heavily this 4th of July weekend! If you’ve been one of the few lucky folks to get into the Google+ scene, you know how addictive it can be. Google+ isn’t the only treat Google has prepared for us, though.
If you want to step out of ... Read More »
A few days ago, we told you OnLive was bringing its video gaming service to Android devices later this year. Coincidentally, there was a little something going on this week called E3 where the company unveiled all the details–and then some–about its Android app.
For those of you who don’t know, ... Read More »
Last week Madfinger Games, makers of the awesome Samurai II: Vengenance, announced they were working on a new title called Shadowgun, which would be one of the first games specifically designed to take advantage of NVIDIA’s upcoming quad-core Kal-El processor (aka Tegra 3).
At the time all we had ... Read More »
When NVIDIA announced the Tegra 2 processor for Android smartphones, I think we all knew that gaming on Android was going to get significantly better. True to form, NVIDIA has started partnering with developers to unleash games which take advantage of its powerful Tegra 2 chipset.
On Friday, NVIDIA teamed up ... Read More »