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Game News

Angry Birds vs Angry Birds? Rovio Wins

Only a few short days ago Rovio, developers of the #1 game on the App Store called Angry Birds, finally released a beta of the Lite version of their game onto the Android market. You may also remember in our article warning you about another game ironically called Angry Birds by developer CrazyAndroidApps. It seems we were not the only ones to notice this!

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Game News

Samsung Mobile Challenge by WCG

If you still have your doubts about gaming on Android having the potential to dominate the mobile gaming arena then perhaps you haven’t heard about the Samsung Mobile Challenge (or SMC for short). While we were busy hosting the first ever Android Gaming Challenge, WCG was gearing up for their tournament which features none other then a Samsung Galaxy S phone.

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Game News

Exclusive Sneak Peek At Abduction! 2

Psym Mobile, developer of the popular series of games Abduction! and Abduction! World Attack, recently held a close Beta sign-up for their upcoming game Abduction! 2. Since then word has been kept under wraps about this latest installment into the Abduction! series of games and this new addition is sporting some seriously cool features. Want to know more?

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Game News

Angry Birds Beta Now Available

We just wanted to let everyone know that Angry Birds Beta is now in the Android Market. So what are you waiting for…. Oh, what is Angry Birds? Well if you must know before you download it it is a strategy/action/carnage game that is similar to being a kid and destroying ant hills.

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Game News

Samsung Vibrant Gaming Review: Part 2

As you may have read my overview then you will know that the over all impression of the Galaxy S series as a gaming platform is pretty high. Right now I am looking at the T-mobile Vibrant version and everything wrote here is based on that unit only. The Galaxy S series is broken into 4 different phones, 1 for every major carrier.