In this week’s developer interview, we talk to Daniel and Janina, a husband/wife developer combo who recently released their first game!
Getting drunk is fun and has been for many centuries but sometimes it’s enjoyable to play a game while you do it. Here are the best Android drinking games.
In this week’s Developer Interview, we chat with Matthew Breden of Neverlift Studios. They have just released their first game after 3 years of work.
Unclouded version 2.0 was released today. In this cloud storage management app, you now have Material Design and OneDrive support!
One of the more simple uses of an Android device is a calculator and it’s one you’ll always have on you. Here are the best Android calculator apps!
It was an amazing year for games on mobile. We saw some great designs and great strides in game play and mechanics. Here are the best Android games of 2014.
In this week’s developer interview, we talk to John Wycoff of Adepture. He is a man who started in GeoCities and now has an app with over 100,000 installs.
Today’s indie app of the day is Traffic Crash. This infinite runner is free and requires no permissions to run. There are also helicopters shooting at you.
Game design took a big leap in 2014 as more developers became more bold. In this list, we’ll look at the 15 best designed Android games of 2014!
Today’s indie app of the day is Drunk Locker. This app blocks you from getting on to social media and making a fool out of yourself when you’re drunk.