If I were to create a list for Best Games of 2016, it may not shock anyone that I would rank Alto’s Adventure near the top, if not #1. It’s a great game, suited to players of all ages. This morning, the makers behind that fantastic title announced its next game, Alto’s Odyssey. (more…)
The New York Times has launched an official Crossword app for Android, bringing years’ worth of puzzles straight to your device. With the app, access to the daily puzzle is available, as well as daily mini puzzles. If you need even more Crossword action, you can dive into NYT’s Crossword archives which contains 20+ years of puzzles. (more…)
Whenever I setup a new Android phone, I typically dive through the super long list of apps I have previously downloaded under the “All” section of Google Play. Since I never take the time to delete the apps I’ll never use again from that list, I get a very detailed timeline of myself as an Android user, remembering times when all of these apps were brand new titles on the Android Market back in the day.
For today’s #TBT, I’d like to share the first five apps I ever installed on my “OG” DROID all those years ago. Kellen will be sharing his, too. (more…)
In all my years playing video games, I didn’t think a title about building a subway system could be any fun. Well, publisher Playdigious found a way, thanks to a new game on Google Play called Mini Metro.
In Mini Metro, you are tasked with building subway systems in real locations around the world. Unlike a Bridge Constructor game, Mini Metro is extremely minimalistic. Essentially, your construction will look like an actual subway map you would see at a station, with the different colored lines and stations. (more…)
A new list of games and apps are on sale in Google Play, reassuring everyone that you will have something to do over the weekend. The bigger titles would have to be Hitman GO and Lara Croft GO, two classics that truly need to be tried by all. Those are priced at $1 a pop.
On top of those, This War of Mine, which is another title that I recommend everyone play for a bit, is on sale for $4. That’s down from its original price of $15. Other titles on sale include Catan, République, and Final Fantasy IV.
Plenty of good options to choose from if you have a bit of Opinion Rewards credit to play with. (more…)
It’s been quite some time since we last wrote up a Humble Bundle, but #21 was recently made available, this time helping out the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity.
If you aren’t familiar with Humble Bundle, it’s very simply to understand. To start, there is a group of games you receive for any amount donated over $1. However, if you pay a certain price, this time being $5, you unlock another tier of games for your purchase. If you go over another amount, being $6, you get another group of games. Currently, if you pay $6 or more, you get seven games, plus more to come. (more…)