Gameloft recently released their latest edition of the amazing Dungeon Hunter series called Dungeon Hunter 3. Is it any good? Personally, I'm not impressed at all with some of the changes that have happened to the games, but I'll let you decide.
You are the last survivor on Mars - can you survive? Meltdown on Mars THD is a relatively new game for Tegra 2 Android tablets and a very good one at that. The game is simple - survive at all costs. This top down shooter is an interesting combination of a 3rd person shooter and tower defense.
One of the first games I purchased for Android was Highborn. The graphics, story line, and it being a turn-based strategy game are what drew me to the game. It was one of the best purchases I have made for my Android device. If you enjoy turn-based strategy games with a sense of humor, you need to pick up one or all three chapters of Highborn.
I have seen the game Age of Conquest in the app market for some time but had not gotten around to trying it. As a fan of strategy games, I decided I needed to, and I am glad I did! Age of Conquest is an awesome little game for those who enjoy turn-based strategy games on the go.
Tropical Stormfront is a new real time strategy game from Noble Master Games. If you enjoy games commanding troops in battle and destroying your enemy, then you should like Tropical Stormfront. Make sure you do not walk away from a game, without pausing it. You will be sorry!
Sonic has been stuck on the rut for the last decade. Aside from the excellent Sonic Advance series for the Gameboy Advance, Sonic Team has been slolwy administrating the blue hedgehog's death with each release. The consoles games have been hit with mediocre reviews and each attempt to reinvigorate the series only yielded little to moderate success.
One of my favorite board games as a kids was Monopoly. I never seemed to win a lot but I liked playing. I still have it at the house, which my kids now play. When Monopoly came out for Android, I was a bit skeptical. Could they really reproduce the game in electronic format? Well after playing it awhile on my ASUS Transformer tablet, I have to say yes!
This post is part two of the series I am doing on the puzzle games from German game designer, Reiner Knizia. If you are familiar with German style board games, then his name is very familiar. If not, check out his website, to learn more. Many of his board games have been ported to iOS and now are making their way to Android. Today I am covering the new game Ingenious.
This post is one of two articles which covers one of my favorite types of games to play on my Android phone, puzzle games. The reason I like puzzle games so much is that they can test your mental (and sometimes your physical) prowess, plus they usually are easy to pick and put down, so you can play them almost anywhere and anytime.
Traffic Control games have been around for some time. In general these games are fun, fast, and potentially frustrating games. You can't just sit back and relax. In today's review, we will be comparing two new Traffic Control Games: Car Conductor: Traffic Control from DroidHen and Train Conductor 2 USA from Voxel Agents.