Home » Tag Archives: android games (page 2)

Tag Archives: android games

Go Launcher EX on Android

ooo2

  If your Android phone is as much as a part of your daily life as mine, then your home screen layout probably means a lot to you. It’s common knowledge that the Android operating system is the most open OS for any mobile device, and Go Launcher EX is one of the reasons why.   Functionality and Design If ...

Read More »

App Review: Exorcist 3D Fantasy Shooter on Android

exorcist_3d

Exorcist 3D Fantasy Shooter for Android is designed to be an action-heavy combat game, focusing on different waves of enemies. The concept of the gameplay is similar to Dungeon Hunter 3, and follows a freemium ‘free-to-play’ model.

Read More »

App Review: Monster Galaxy for Android

monstergalaxy-zodiacislands

Monster Galaxy is a game that was previously released on Facebook and has been ported over to touch screen devices. The game itself should remind you of Pokémon, gameplay is also similar. It starts by asking you to choose your character, or in this case, tamer, as the game has called it.

Read More »

App Review: Punch Hero on Android

punch_hero_gamevil

It’s not often that you come across a highly-polished free arcade game in the Google Play Store, but when you do, you’re almost always in for a treat. Punch Hero is no exception, with simplistic pick-up-and-play gameplay, and a wide range of upgradable and purchasable equipment, balanced out with a rewarding progression system, Punch Hero offers us a game that can be played lightly for a couple minutes any time of the day, and keeps the gameplay fresh for us to come back to and play whenever we’re feeling a little bored.

Read More »

App Review: Jetpack Joyride (Android & iOS)

Screenshot_2012-08-23-07-02-51

One of the most popular iOS games ever has finally made its way over to Android, Jetpack Joyride. So does the Android version hold up to the original iOS game? Let's take a look and find out.

Read More »

Ouya $100 Android Gaming Console Plays Free Games

120711-ouya

You might even remember the frenzy surrounding the PS3 launch with systems going for up to $2,000 on eBay. The Ouya is not that kind of video game console. It's only $100.

Read More »

Source Claims Mobile Ads Account for 70% of Battery Usage

120320-angry

When you decide to get yourself one of those free apps for your smartphone, you usually recognize that you're paying the price by having to deal with in-app advertising, but did you know that you're also paying in the form of increased power consumption?

Read More »

Subscribe to Android Games with appscribe

appscribe

AppScribe has launched at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco and is offering premium Android games for a $3.95 monthly subscription fee.  I talk with CEO and Founder John Tipton who tells us about his new service.

Read More »