The Kellex Classics: 5 Android Games You Can’t Go Wrong With

By no means am I the gaming guru beyond this operation we have here (you already knew that), but that doesn’t mean my boring self can’t get down with some handheld fun from time to time. And even though I leave gaming duties up to DL team members who play all the new hotness with regularity, we still thought I should share the games that have really grabbed my attention over the years.

Tim already gave us his 5 games that you can’t go wrong with, but somehow (unsurprisingly), none of his made it onto my list. You see, I look for games that can be picked up, played instantly without any fuss, and typically don’t involve long, drawn out stories or power-ups or in-app purchases. If I have a minute to game, I need it to be a game that I can pick up and play, and then put down again at a moment’s notice.

Ready to see my five?  (more…)

Wednesday Question: Name Your Top Five Favorite Android Games

I can’t even count how many games I have talked about, downloaded, and played during my time here at DL, but it’s easily hundreds upon hundreds of titles.

Usually, if it was something like movies or bands, it would be impossible to specifically name a top five of all time, but when it comes to Android games, the question is completely doable. So, here we are, asking you what your top 5 favorite Android games are of all time.  (more…)

Additional Games Added to Humble Bundle 6: Carmageddon, Time Surfer, and Llamas With Hats

Last week, Humble Bundle 6 was made available for Android users, and now, more games have been added for those who donate over the average price, which is currently $4.48.

The games previously available were Threes, Mines of Mars, Duet PremiumJoe Dever’s Lone Wolf (full game), Combo Crew Special Edition, and Eliss Infinity. Added today is Carmageddon, Time Surfer, and Llamas With Hats.  (more…)

Duet is a Minimal Game With Touching Story of Two Dots

A new game is available through Google Play, titled Duet, which is free to download for anyone who might fancy themselves a touching story of two dots.

In the game, you control two dots on a rotating circle. You must rotate them with your thumb at the right moment, dodging blocks that fall from the top of the display. Interestingly, there is a woman’s voice in the game, guiding you through a fictional tale as you move along through various levels in the game.  (more…)

“Freaking Math” is Super Easy, But Super Aggravating

Thanks to our friends over at Phandroid, I found a new game to share called Freaking Math. At first, I wouldn’t dare download a game that has anything to do with math, as it was one of my more difficult subjects during school. I was more of a P.E. and Arts & Crafts kind of kid.

Anyway, after downloading the game, I found that the math is very easy (2+2 = 4 and 3+1 = 4) type of stuff, but the real trick is making your brain work quickly enough to solve the problem and then beat the timer. You only have a couple of moments to recognize the correct answer, then hit the appropriate button, correct or false. If you run out of time, you lose. If you get it right, it keeps going until you lose.  (more…)