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5 Android stories we missed this week

Don't Starve Shipwrecked Android

Sunday, bloody Sunday. There isn’t really an awful lot to do on Sunday, is there? Well, luckily for you, Droid Gamers is here to help with that.

Today, we’ve rounded up all of the top Android news we missed this week so you don’t have to miss out. So turn that frown upside down, grab a coffee, and take a load off with these top five stories.

The biggest Android story we missed: Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked is now in public beta

This story arrived late this week, but Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked has entered public beta on Android. Finally! It’s been out on iOS since the turn of the year.

At least it’s here though. Shipwrecked is another survival simulator in the Don’t Starve franchise, but this time you’re shipwrecked on a tropical island. Go and grab the beta right now on Google Play.

Shadowverse’s upcoming Starforged Legends expansion was revealed

There’s yet another expansion coming to the hit TCG Starforged Legends, and it will introduce a whopping 104 cards into the mix.

That’s all we really know about the expansion just yet. If you want to know more, keep a close eye on the official site and watch the announcement trailer below.

Card Thief got a big new update!

Yay! We all love the sneaky Solitaire ’em up Card Thief, right? Well, now there’s more of it thanks to a brand new update. It includes 10 new thieves and all new 24 hour contracts.

So go ahead and burst right back into Card Thief. You can grab it in all of its updated glory from Google Play.

Dragon Hills 2 is coming this Autumn

A sequel to the hit endless runner Dragon Hills was revealed this week, and it will launch on Android this autumn. Once again you’ll hop on your dragon and rain death and destruction on anyone unfortunate enough to get in your way.

We’ll keep you posted on that release date, but until then go ahead and grab the original on Google Play.

Multiplayer is coming to Oopstacles next week

Oopstacles is a racer that combines Mario with Wipeout – sign us up! But it’s about to get a whole lot better as next week multiplayer will arrive.

So go and grab it from Google Play and get practising, because your friends probably already are.




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