Back in December of 2011 we talked about a game that was currently being developed by Cope-com which would be a split-screen retro style shooter for Android called Battle Squadron ONE. Well for those of you who have been waiting for this game, it was released the other day onto the Google Play store.
Alawar Entertainment has slipped outside the box once again to release a new game onto Android that is a little different then their usual types of games. This particular game is a combat action game set around a medieval theme called Shake Spears!.
Bigger really does mean better for the folks at Toshiba. The company recently announced a few new tablets that will be released starting in May. Toshiba will have the normal 7.7 and 10-inch Excite tablets, but it will also sell another tablet with a massive 13.3-inch screen on June 10 for $649.99 (32GB).
AMA has released a new game onto the Google Play store called Panic Flight. Essentially this game is a continuous running game except instead of actually running, like in games such as Canabalt HD, you are piloting a plane as far as you can go.
Sprint began to push out the latest version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to owners of the Nexus S 4G last week. As exciting as that is, some of you may still be waiting for the update to reach your device. There's no need to wait on Sprint of you don't want to. All you need is the full over-the-air update file which is now conveniently available to everyone.
EA has been running an online gaming website that hosts a ton of browser-based games called Pogo for quite some time. Way back when we started this site we questioned whether Pogo would appear in some form on Android. At that time we were told no, it wouldn't be coming to Android. Well times have apparently changed and now it is available on the Google Play store.
Attention gamers! Summer is approaching and the temperature is rising. It will soon be time to chill on the beach with your favorite games and a nice cold ice cream sandwich.... Good thing there's still time for Xperia Play owners as a number of Gameloft titles require a lot of work.
You may or may not remember back in October of 2011 when we reported on Gamevil and an RPG that was supposed to be heading to Android soon called Advena. Well for those of you who have been waiting all this time to be able to play it, Gamevil has finally released it onto the Google Play store.
If you happen to be as old as I am, and I am not that old, then you have had a chance to play a lot of the handheld LED games from back in the day. One of the more popular ones happened to be the Mattel LED Football game which originally hit the store shelves back in 1978. Well that game is now available on Android via the Amazon App Store.
In a random update that was pushed to the Google Play store by Gameloft, one of their more popular games and one of the better racing games for Android in general, Asphalt 6 has been updated with new a car as well as some improved visuals.