Half-Life 2 the popular first person shooter game that grabbed more awards that can be counted on your fingers has finally made it to the Google Play Store, albiet only for Shield devices.
Haven’t heard of the Edge of Tomorrow movie? Well, it is a new sci-fi action movie starring Tom Cruise in which aliens have invaded Earth.
In Sniper Tactical, you take on the role of an elite sniper, who must think strategically and employ the best ways to take down the enemies.
With season 2 of the popular Max Steel series landing on a TV near you, Mattel has made available all the action on your Android device as well.
Zombies… we just can’t get enough of them can we?
Battles Bears is back with another full blown action shooter!
Zombie slaying mobile entertainer, Dead Trigger 2 has just been updated to version 0.5.0 and packs quite a punch with a handsome list of new features.
The company announced over Twitter that three of their popular titles will be getting a big price drop, in lieu of Valentine’s Day.
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.
Two steps forward for mobile gaming. One step back for controls.
Dead Trigger 2 appears to be getting bigger and bigger by the day.
There’s good news at last for Android gamers have been patiently waiting for Square Enix’s seven “Game Awards” winner to land on Android.
The violent wild west has been glorified in all forms of media.
Madfinger Games’ latest update promises double the fun because you will now have twice the amount of game content to enjoy.
Cabela’s Big Game Hunter lets you experience tons of different locations that you normally would not get to hunt in.
If you already have Dead Trigger 2 on your Android, just go ahead and download the update.
For all our fear and dread of the undead, we really seem to have taken to zombies in horror entertainment — in just the past couple of months…
When I first heard that Activision was making a Call of Duty game specifically for mobile devices I, understandable, was a little wary.