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Dragon Fire For Android

From the developers of some great games such as Shoppers Paradise and Archipelago comes Dragon Fire. Second Gear Games has ported over their iPhone game Dragon Fire to Android. This game is a mix of traffic control style game and puzzle where in you have to direct the path of colored balls of fire with various switches to complete the puzzle/stage.

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Force Of Attraction

While looking through the market for new games to try out I came across one called Force of Attraction or FoA for short which is developed by Milleson. This is a neat little platform game where you control your guy, completing each stage by figuring out the correct way to get to the key you need before you can unlock the door and progress to the next stage.

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Bluff Dice Drinking Game

So far I haven’t really seen a drinking game available for Android that has actually peaked my interest enough to download it and play. However a game called Bluff Dice caught my eye and after downloading it and playing, it’s actually fairly entertaining. Bluff Dice, developed by Net Mobile AG, is sort of a cross between poker style bluffing and Yatzee.

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Shoot Your Friends in Shoot U!

Shoot U! is a great physics drawing game by Camel Games which makes you draw various shapes before to accomplish your goal each stage. What is the goal? To shoot the little guy in each stage and make him land in some fashion on the star. While sounding simple it quickly gets difficult to pull off getting the little guy to the star. Now you can shoot your friends!

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HTML5 Gaming and Android

With Google announcing full HTML5 support for future Android builds during Google I/O comes another type of gaming possible and that it browser-based HTML5/javascript gaming. In fact you can already check out some examples if you have Android 2.1 or higher. I recently checked out Akihabara but chose not to write about it just yet due to not getting it fully working.

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Tetris Clones Yanked Off Market

Word has just got out that pretty much every single Tetris close has been yanked off the Android market following a C&D order sent to Google from The Tetris Company LLC. 35 separate titles have been named in the DMCA notice that requests Google to pull them from the Android market which they now have been. We’ve managed to dig up copy of the DMCA notice.

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MySpace SDK for Android

This news comes as no surprise to us here at Droid Gamers, especially after we reported on ScoreLoop yesterday which had a feature that allows MySpace integration into Android games to help make them more social. Today MySpace announced officially that they are releasing their SDK for developers to use in their apps/games for Android.

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Weekend Game News Recap

So as you may have noticed, I took the weekend off thinking this would be an ideal time to slip a couple days off and spend time with my family hoping it would be a slow news weekend. In reality it was a busy weekend not just for Android news but Android gaming news as well. So here is a quick rundown of gaming news over the weekend.

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We are back!

Well as you may or may not have noticed over the past few days there was a lack of news being posted on our site. This is due to my hard drive taking a permanent vacation. However everything was backed up and now with new gear and even more back up security, any future issues that could possibly arise will only result in a slight hiccup if any.

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Weekend Recap/Upcoming News

So here we are on a fine Monday afternoon and it’s time to look back at what happened over this weekend when it comes to games and gaming on the Android platform. We will also take a look and what’s coming up for this week and there is a lot! It’s definitely going to be another busy week here at Droid Gamers and you’ll see why.