The Call of Duty Elite application for Android has been out for a short while now but it has never been optimized for tablets. That is about to change soon as Activision is developing a tablet version of the Elite app which is great news for anyone who has wanted a better version of the app on their Android tablet.
Tag: game utilities
It was bound to happen at some point, and we have been saying it would for quite some time now. However, one developer has gone ahead and made it happen and that is the ability to play your PC games on your Android device no matter where you are over WiFi/3G/4G.
Well here is a neat little application for all of you Mario Kart 7 fanatics out there. Developed by gingerbreadman (hah!), Combo Explorer is a nice utility application to help you figure out the best combinations to use with your karts in order to get the best times in the game.
Valve has released an update for their Steam for Android mobile application. The update brings a few changes, some new little features and better application stability just to name a few things. The IBF Programs Steam application is also back on the market under a new name.
Back in the older console day it was always fun to use cheat engines or things like Game Shark to play games with unlimited ammo, unlimited health or all the levels unlocked along with many many other cheats. Now there is something similar on Android called GameCIH.
Well it appears that the soft launch for Gameloft’s Xbox style social service, called Gameloft Live!, has ended and now it is available on the Android Market. If you nabbed this application during the soft launch, the only way to get it was through Gameloft’s own store.
If you find yourself compulsively hoarding and downloading every single game from the Android Market to find one you can actually enjoy, then consider downloading Hooked. Hooked is a mobile app to help curb your excessive downloads and suggest games based on your preference.
OnLive for Android has been out for a little while now offering up mobile optimized games through their streaming service. Another company, however, looks to be gearing up to enter the U.S. with their cloud-based game streaming service as well.
HeyZap has announced today that it has expanded it’s partnerships by adding 12 new major game developers to their list of partners. For those of you unfamiliar with what HeyZap is, it is a mobile game network where you can check-in with games you play, similar to services like Foursqaure, and share them with friends.