Well here is some news that could very well be of great interest to use Android users who also enjoy playing games. Adobe and Epic have teamed up and announced that the Unreal Engine 3 will now support the new Flash 11 from Adobe. Could we see Unreal Flash games on Android soon?
Yongzh may have gotten his account closed and emulators pulled off the Android Market but that hasn't stopped Mr. emulator himself from going elsewhere and continuing on with his emulators and updating them. One update, however, brings a really awesome feature: multiple bluetooth controller support.
Last year we reported on Gamestring and their Adrenaline service which would allow you to stream your games from your PC to your Android device to play them. It came along with a demonstration of World of Warcraft of an HTC Desire which looked to run fairly well.
Kongregate has just released version 2.0 of their Android app where you can play Android optimized games from Kongregate as well as all the community features you can handle. This new update brings some great new features including multiplayer challenges, messaging and more.
Yesterday it seemed as though Amazon had finally opened up the App Store for Android to the entire world making many people very happy. Unfortunately this was too good to be true to last and Amazon has shut down the service for everyone outside of the US once again.
Well after a long haul of being US residents only, the Amazon App Store for Android seems to be making it's way to other continents now as well. Currently there has been no official word of the availability of the Amazon App Store for Android moving to other areas but it is confirmed that downloads are working.
There is a new emulator in town called MAME4droid which was released a couple of days ago. Considering the sometimes short lifespan of emulators on the Android Market, this may be one you want to pick up fairly quickly if you're into emulators. MAME4droid supports over 2000 different romsets which is a hell of a lot.
Over the weekend XP 2011 was taking place and during this event the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 team announced that an app is being built for those of you who are truly addicted to the game and can't stop thinking about the best possible set-ups to use in multiplayer.
Spotify for Android and other smartphone devices has finally launched in the US after launching a while back in Europe. We review the Android app and give away some invites to the PC/Mac/Linux free client/service after the break to Americans waiting to get in.
As new ideas come forth in the world of augmented reality games, it should come as no surprise that now, using your Android device, play games that are on t-shirts. How does this work out? Using a niftly little app called Zappar on your Android phone or tablet... plus having someone wear the shirt.
aDownloader is a newly available native torrent client for Android available for newer phones that support the necessary APIs. Does it fare better than other native clients whose developers haven’t updated them in months. Find out more reading the full review after the break.
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