Dec 22 AT 12:01 PM Taylor Wimberly 3 Comments

OpenFeint releases 5th wave of games including Mega Jump, Finger Physics, and FaceFighter Gold

Today OpenFeint announced their 5th wave of games for Android, including some mega hits from iPhone. With the latest releases there are now over 150 OpenFeint games on Android, which is a 50% growth in the last 30 days. It looks like 2011 will be another strong year for OpenFeint because they have over 300 games in development.

The easiest way to find these new games is to install the Feint Game Spotlight app from the Android Market. This acts as a showcase for the top picks and takes you right to the Market if you want to download any of the games you find.
If you are new to OpenFeint, it is a social layer that any developer can integrate into their game for achievements, leaderboards, and friends list. We will definitely be playing some of these games over the holidays, so add “andriodandme” to your friends list and see if you can top our high scores.
New games launched today include:
  • Aliens require Brains – Humble Gaming Ltd – $0.99
  • Astraware Casino – Astraware – $0.99
  • Can Knockdown – Infinite Dreams Inc — Free
  • FaceFighter Gold – Appy Entertainment – $1.99
  • Finger Physics – PressOK Entertainment – $0.99
  • Galaxy NGC3D – HyperBees Ltd – $0.99
  • Impossible Level Game – HyperBees Ltd — $1.49
  • Letter Rip! – Anthrological — Free
  • Mega Jump – Get Set Games — Free
  • Sky Force Reloaded – Infinite Dreams Inc – $1.50
  • Super Drill Panic – OrangePixel – $1.36

Taylor’s pick out of the group is FaceFighter.

From OpenFeint: Any Android user who downloads one of these games and turns on OpenFeint will be automatically entered into our Ho-Ho-Holiday giveaway. We’re giving away a $50 gift card on Thursday, a $75 gift card on Friday, and a Barnes & Noble Nook Color (soon to be updated with Android). Games can be found in our Game Spotlight app.

Source: OpenFeint

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  • http://Website Mocha K

    Im having a hard time dowloading these. I might be just me. Is anybody else having trouble? I’ll try again in a bit.

  • Nate

    Just wanted to suggest that the article would be more effective if you included a brief synopsis of what each game was all about

  • Mike

    Letter Rip! is a word spelling game akin to Scrabble meets Tetris meets Slide Puzzles. The newest release provides an online leader board courtesy of OpenFeint. If you like word puzzles, give it a try!

    Kind regards,

    Mike Krause
    Owner, Anthrological, Inc