Previously iOS-exclusive, the intense and addictive action game Impossible Road has finally arrived on Android. The game hit the Google Play Store last Monday and can be bought for $1.99.
Google acquired Green Throttle, a startup working on turning Android devices into gaming consoles. Google appears to be bolstering its gaming team, at a time when the company is said to be working on a set-top box that will have a strong gaming component.
Each day we browse through the indie app scene and find a fun app for you to try! Today’s indie app of the day is Fishing Paradise 3D.
If you’re into cute puzzle games, Herocraft has a couple of good ones called Save the Furries and The Tiny Bang Story on sale for Valentine’s Day for $0.99 each.
The phenomenon known as Flappy Bird seems to be coming to an end as the developer pulled support earlier today. So what made it so popular to begin with?
It wasn’t just a devious marketing trick: developer Dong Nguyen kept his word and removed his viral hit Flappy Bird from both the Play Store and Apple’s App Store.
Nintendo has made it clear that it has no intention of developing games for Android anytime soon, but is the company dismissing mobile gaming too soon?
Online retail giant Amazon reportedly plans to put an Android powered gaming and entertainment device in your living room by the end of the year for under $300.
Even though the best games on Android are paid, it’s definitely possible to have a great experience with only free Android games. Here are some of the best!