You’ve played a lot of games on your Android device, some with intense storylines and some not so.
The popular PS3 science fiction platformer Rochard from Recoil Games has hit the Play Store.
Race the Stig is not an actual racing game, but its rather an endless racer, so you will be jumping, ducking, and dodging your way past obstacles.
Glu Mobiles has just released its sequel, aptly titled Frontline Commando 2 onto Android.
This is a rather beautiful game featuring a cute little turtle who is hoping to escape the underwater sewers by flapping his way through.
Created by Mike Meade and Mike Gaughen of BeaverTap Games and published by Noodlecake Studios Mikey Shorts is a fun speedrunning platformer.
Recently I’ve noticed a trend in the Google Play store of a lot of “realistic” space shooters topping charts.
Call of Mini: Dino Hunter comes from Triniti Interactive at the height of their talents.
Swordigo has been on Android for a few months, but only via the Humble Mobile Bundle 3.
In the world of mobile gaming, you can encounter some really strange storylines to get you started on an adventure.
Are you tired of playing the good guy, super hero, savoir of mankind type of games?
The game is currently 30% done, with release updates happening regularly, at least once a week.
The chances of playing a Nintendo game on your mobile phone looks very unlikely, but if you have a fancy for Super Smash Bros’ style online brawlers, its time to pick up your Android and scoop up APPSolute Games’ latest launch Fright Fight.
Dinosaurs, did you think they went extinct all those years ago?
Graphically speaking at least, Colossus Escape is certainly an eye catching game.
Every puzzle game fanatic loves a labyrinth.
The company announced over Twitter that three of their popular titles will be getting a big price drop, in lieu of Valentine’s Day.
Sonic, the blue hedgehog’s dash to the finish just got harder as the latest update in Sonic Dash brings his arch nemesis, Dr. Eggman to the battlefront.
There’s no better day to go on a love adventure than this Valentine’s.
HeroCraft’s latest game, Mig 2D: Retro Shooter, offers a simple question. What would you do if you had a fighter jet armed to the teeth with massive weapons?
R-Type II, the classic horizontal scrolling shooter arcade game released in 1989 has been ported onto Android.
The makers of Square Enix’s Guardian Cross have unleashed a new zombie themed card game with RPG elements on Android called Deadman’s Cross.
What happens if you find yourself in an alien world filled with big scary monsters? Try to figure your way out of it of course.
If you had a chance to fight a duel with your friends, Wormix would be a great way to do it.
You don’t always have to use your sword to get to your enemies, you also score points to shove them off the pillar.
Flappy Bird! You thought that pulling this crazy game off the Play Store was going to settle things down.
Flap, flap, flap. If that’s the sound that has been ringing in your ears for the last few months, you will be alternately delighted and sad that Flappy Bird has been pulled from the Play Store.
LINE Corp. publishers of the popular messaging app Line have a new addition to their game collection.
If you are a fan of shoot’em ups or shmups, there’s a new game on the Play Store you might like to check out.