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If you’re looking for a different gaming experience on your Android or BlackBerry smartphone then you shouldn’t miss Musaic Box. This inventive title combines hidden object gameplay with musical puzzles and it looks gorgeous.
Legendary Team 17 classic Worms is now available for Android, and has recently been discounted to just 99 cents. If you have never played this 16-bit retro gaming legend then prepare for a new-found addiction to explosive carnage…
Dragon, Fly! is a new and addictive game for Android that quickly stole the hearts of many mobile gamers. Although the gameplay and graphics are a bit simple, you will get easily hooked on this game. Read on for a quick review and the best tips and tricks for progressing quickly through the game!
When playing Scrabble by yourself starts to get boring, just head to your Android smartphone (or tablet) and check out all the word game madness the Android Market has to offer. This list features seven of the best word games available for you to download or buy.
Before they were filled with 3D models and flashy cinematics, Japanese RPGs had a 2D cartoon style look. With the increase in popularity of mobile devices, old school JRPGs are making a bit of a comeback and Symphony of Eternity for Android phones is hoping to jump on the bandwagon.
If you’re a fan of sim management games then you’ll be glad to see titles like Paradise Island popping up on the iPhone and now Android. The game challenges you to create an amazing resort on an island by building various attractions and amenities. However, there are some major drawbacks.
Robotek is a brand new game for Android and one of the first that uses the new in-app purchasing model to benefit the developers. We have a look at the quality of the game and decide whether in-app purchasing has worked well in this instance.
Your Android device is highly capable of playing a variety of games and with the Flash player it has become easier then ever to have instant access to web games. Learn how to access your Facebook games properly and explore a list of games converted straight into the Android Market.
The PC Engine (known as the Turbo Grafx 16 in America) was never officially released in Europe, and although I nearly bought one back in 1990, I’ve only ever played the games on emulators. Now, thanks to PCE.emu, it’s time again to relive some classic PC Engine games, this time on my Android phone.
It may surprise you to learn that Pandas and Ninjas are mortal enemies, but that’s the case in this Angry Birds style game. Find out how this free Android release measures up as we take a closer look.