Android games have come a long way in the last couple of years. Here are the best free and paid Android games that are out right now!
Version 2.1.1 of Plants vs Zombies 2 brings the Far Future world, treating gardeners-with-a-zombies-problem with 24 new levels, one new endless zone, one upgrade, one boss battle, and seven new plants to wreak havoc with.
A new update has arrived for Plants vs Zombies 2, bringing back the original game’s villain, Doctor Zomboss. Additionally, the update introduces a new power up.
This week we talk about a new Star Wars card game, the NSA using Angry Birds to obtain personal data about players, building things with Legos in Chrome, and of course five more apps you don’t want to miss this week!
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!
The wait is finally over! Plants vs Zombies 2 has now arrived to all Android users via Google Play.
Battlefield, one of the most popular game franchises, may soon include a high quality mobile game. EA exec Frank Gibeau discussed the possibility of translating the gaming experience of AAA console titles to the smaller screens of mobile devices
Although DICE is currently working on Frostbite 3 and Battlefield 4, the company has also found the time to develop its engine for mobile platforms, named Frostbite Go.
It looks like Real Racing 3 is getting its first update later this spring, bringing with it 100 new events and two new Chevy vehicles. The game also introduces a new racing option called “hunter mode”.
There’s only so much innovation you can bring to a classical video game until ripping it from its roots, disappointing the franchise’s fans or boring the heck out of the gaming world.