Infinite_Apps is known for their Android apps like Buzz Sound, Coin Flip, Dice Roll and more. The closest they have come to releasing an actual game was Tap n' Tap, where players try to tap as many times as possible in a given time limit. Now, Infinite_Apps has released Counter Game, so here we are.
I had the unique pleasure of checking out The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera game which is based on a kid who is bullied and picked on by some larger, unscrupulous neighborhood punks. These punks abuse both Johnny and his sandwich which causes Johnny to take the law into his own hands to serve a bit of justice. There is actually a map of the neighborhood in which the main character, Johnny travels.
Borderlands is a well established gaming franchise, focusing on first person shooting with some RPG elements. It uses the cell shading that it's well known for, along with quirky humor. When it was announced several months ago that it was being ported over to Android, on Nvidia hardware to be specific, I was thrilled, having enjoyed both the original as well as the sequel. This game is easily as good as the others, though my experience playing it wasn't.
Miniclip is known for making games that are fun, quick to play and easily to play too. That trend continues, as they team up with Motionvolt Games to bring Flip Diving to the Google Play Store. There is a lot to like about this simple and somewhat repetitive free to play game. The good part is there is quite a bit to unlock. The challenge of the game though, will be trying to land those perfect dives in small landing area.
Hello There AB continues to publish high-quality and enjoyable games for mobile devices. The latest game to arrive in the Play Store is a platforming game called Ants. It has some tough levels, top-notch graphics and really enjoyable electronic dance music, supplied by musicians that fall under the banner of UnitedAnts. House and Techno music reign supreme, but that is part of the reason you should check out this game.
Trials racing games were all the rage a few years ago. They are still somewhat popular, but their arrival in the Play Store has diminished a bit. If you enjoy those types of games, then you should check out Big Bang Racing from TrapLight. The game is fun, has plenty of content, challenges and cute and engaging graphics. The controls are spot on too, which helps with these types of games. Though the game has been out for a few weeks, that doesn't mean it isn't worthy of your attention.
Clicker games or rapid tapping games are filling the Play Store these days. Often you will download a game, only to find out it is a one trick pony. The game is all clicking and no substance. Move along dear gamer, nothing to see here. Magic Cube's latest foray into the Play Store is a bit different. Yes, Infinity Duels has a lot of rapid tapping and clicking, but there is an RPG underneath it all, that is worth checking out.
Boombit Games develops one touch games. Through the Fog is a puzzle adventure game that was released not too long ago. It is visually astounding, has great atmosphere, is totally engaging and is worth your time. If you like puzzle/adventure games, then this one is for you.
Foursaken Media delivers again. All is Lost was released a few months ago for iOS. We thought it would come out shortly thereafter for Android, but Foursaken Media opted to keep it in development a bit longer, and it worked. The game is fun, challenging and has impressive graphics. Your mission is to get as many of your crew members off a derelict space station as possible. Good luck with that!
I was elated when I learned that FIE Swordplay would eventually make its way to Android. Checking out the first few screenshots and looking at videos, let me know the force could be strong with this one. If you enjoy the extremely popular, but rarely seen sport of fencing, then FIE Swordplay is a game you should check out. If you aren't familiar with fencing, this game is the perfect way to learn more.
Grim Fandango is a point-and-click adventure game that was originally developed and released by Lucas Arts for Windows, back in '98. It was a game that has always intrigued me from afar, with it's apparent flair that draws inspiration from the Day of the Dead, but I never actually got around to it. With its release on to Android, I was looking forward to sinking my teeth into it.