What time is it? Oh, time for another rendition of Friday App Sales! This week’s list is fairly modest compared to gargantuan lists of the past, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t quality apps and games up for grabs. Right off of the bat, we have Rayman Jungle Run and Draw a Stickman: EPIC for show. And don’t forget, you can grab Crazy Taxi for completely free.
Take a peak at the full list right below. (more…)
This morning, SEGA announced a new game for Android and iOS users, Crazy Taxi: City Rush. The game is set to be released “later this year,” but to celebrate the announcement, SEGA has made the original Crazy Taxi free for a limited time for both mobile platforms. (more…)
A new game hit Google Play this morning, well it’s kind of new, as it’s actually just a free version of a game that was already available since last year. The difference between Zombie Gunship and the new title Zombie Gunship Zero, is that Zero is an ad-supported version of the same game that usually costs a dollar on Google Play. (more…)
There might be a few among you who care to know which games I instantly download, no matter what device I’m rocking. Okay, so maybe there are only two of you that actually wonder about this, but regardless, here’s my typical Android gaming routine.
Usually, when a new game comes out and I have to write about it, I will install the apk, then give it a whirl for a bit. If I don’t really like it, I will uninstall the game at the end of the day. For games that I do like, I find myself playing them nonstop throughout the day, and then when I get a new device (which is sometimes quite often), the games I enjoy will be one of the first things I download from Google Play.
So, the question is, which games do I find myself installing on different devices repeatedly? Unsurprisingly for myself, this list is hard to keep down to just five, as I usually have about 7 or 8 games that I like to have with me at all times, depending on my gaming mood.
For the sake of keeping this semi-short, here are the five games I can’t live without, complete with honorable mentions below. (more…)
While you wait for Flappy Bird to make a return, it may be worth looking elsewhere for an addictive substitute. Threes! is the latest contender for your gaming hours. It seems the winning formula for making a game these days is a simple goal, but difficult gameplay. No, there aren’t any levels here or graphics that will blow you away, but that’s the beauty of it. (more…)
Cards Against Humanity (CAH) is one of the brilliant card games of our time. Sure, groups of nerds, Google+ users, and whackjobs probably obsess over it too much, but with a couple of adult beverages and a group of friends that have darker sides you want to get to know better (or at least laugh at), it can be a ton of fun. Casts Against Civility is a Chromecast clone of the game that aims to get you and your friends using your Chromecast for something other than YouTube and a pirated collection of…stuff. (more…)
As expected, the folks behind the Humble Bundle 4 added three new titles to their pay-what-you-want package of games that already included Badland, Breach & Clear, Catan, Riptide GP2, Vector, and Zombie Gunship. As long as you pay over the average price, which at the time of this posting sits at $3.75, you get all of the previously mentioned games plus OLO, Color Sheep, and Gunslugs. (more…)
A little more than a month ago, the world weeped as Flappy Bird made an exit for both Android and iOS devices. Spawning countless clones, it almost feels as if the game never left, but none of the copies could ever match the world’s most
beloved hated game. (more…)