Thanks to a follower on Twitter, who clued me to its existence, I found a new game on Google Play that reminds me of Flappy Bird, but doesn’t make me want to hit something. The game is called Timberman, and without me even knowing, it has been on the app scene for quite some time. Thanks to recent success on iOS, Timberman looks to dominate the charts with its fast, simplistic, yet highly addictive gameplay. (more…)
I found a game on Google Play this afternoon, and following 20 minutes of intense, yet frustrating gaming, I think you all should check it out too. The game is called Let it Goat! In the game, which is a endless platformer of sorts, you play as a goat that seems to be running for its life.
In the game, you must dodge sharp spikes, hurdle zombies, and can befriend bears that will help you get further in the game. When you die, you start all over. (more…)
If you think like me, you would agree that the premise of the Planet of the Apes movies hinged on a pretty big plot device that allowed the humans to be overrun by apes. 2011′s Rise of the Planet of the Apes offered up an explanation that was a little bit more believable: the human race being attacked by a virulent disease.
With a new Planet of the Apes on the horizon, the popular infection-based strategy game Plague Inc. has cashed in on the hype with its latest update, which allows you to soften up the world so the apes can take over. (more…)
Better clear a few hours off your schedule today, because Minecraft: Pocket Edition is receiving a huge update today. Version 0.9.0 is being slowly rolled out, packed with updates that any Minecraft fan will be sure to get excited about.
Wolves, Endermen, and caves are just the start of the changelog for today’s update. These features finally come after months of hard work and teasing by Mojang for the “biggest update ever” for Pocket Edition. (more…)
If you can recall, Google showed off a curious-looking platform game during Google I/O, which they said would be coming to Android very soon. The game is called Leo’s Fortune, and luckily for all Android owners, the game is now live on Google Play for all to enjoy. (more…)
A birthday just isn’t a birthday without a cake. So, you can imagine the frustration and confusion when poor little Niko wakes up on his special day and finds that his cake has gone missing. Soon enough, you are guiding Niko around the island of Gogapoe Island, finding pieces of his cake to put it back together.
Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake plays very well, plus has the artistic style to back it up. The basic gameplay involves dragging your finger across the map to guide Niko through puzzles on his way to the pieces of cake. Fairly soon, you will find allies to rally to your cake hunting cause, and you will be able to switch between characters in stages as the difficulty ratchets up. (more…)
Personally, I am not the hunting type, but if you are, then you might want to check out Dino Hunter. In this game, released to Google Play by Glu of Deer Hunter fame, you pick off targets as a hunter who is on a mysterious island filled with the largest creatures to ever walk planet Earth. That’s right, you get to hunt majestic dinosaurs. (more…)