Archive for the ‘Android Games’ Category

Nano Panda Review & Free Version Walkthrough

Posted by Dan Mousavi On May - 24 - 2011

Nano Panda is the first single screen 3 stars puzzle game on Android that I absolutely love. Your goal is to shoot magnetic pandas that attract each other out of barrels and destroy all monsters on the screen, while you try to collect the three stars that are placed on the screen. While it is relatively easy to just finish a level, getting all three stars on all levels is a real heavy mindbender, that could take as much time from you as Angry Birds did. If you are looking for a game that has the same satisfying feeling as Cut the Rope when you master a puzzle, look no further. The new developer Unit9 has you covered

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Tegra Games now playable on non Tegra devices

Posted by Dan Mousavi On May - 24 - 2011

There is a new tool out called Chainfire 3D, which is an intermediary OpenGL driver, that hooks into your rooted OpenGL ES 2.0 capable phone (pretty much every phone with over 1Ghz).
These drivers are much faster than the normal ones and make even Tegra 2 games playable on older devices.
Lars Hacker was kind enough to test this out for us and here is a video of him playing Samurai Vengeance II and Pinball HD on a Nexus One.

If you want to try them out yourself, you can find more information at the source at XDA

All Gamevil games available for 0,99$

Posted by Dan Mousavi On May - 20 - 2011

Gamevil is one of the top adresses when it comes to 2D games on Android, they are mostly famous for the popular action rpg Zenonia, but they have a lot of other cool games and now you can get all their releases for under a dollar.
I’m not so sure what the reason is, but if I would guess, it could be because they just had a huge hit on the iPhone with their new game Air Penguin, which will come to Android soon. The game reached #1 in the paid apps section in the USA, France, Germany and Netherlands and and brought them over 1 Million in revenue in the first 30 days. No matter what’s the reason, if you held out on some of their games (like I did with Zenonia 2 and Illusia, because I already have too much unfinished 50+ hour grinder installed at the moment), now is the perfect time to get them.

Gamevil on Android Market
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Basketball Online

Posted by Dennis Zimpel On May - 20 - 2011

I have to admit I won’t be able to write much about this “mini-game”, but it should be mentioned at least, because it’s really good despite the minimalistic graphics.
Basketball Online is a 2D Skill-Game, on the left side of the screen you see a basket and on the right side a ball will appear on random positions. The goal is, you guessed it, to throw the ball into the hoop. You do that by dragging the ball, then a line will appear that shows you the trajectory of your shot and when you let go you shoot.

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Death Worm

Posted by Dennis Zimpel On May - 17 - 2011

Death Worm is already well known and liked on the iPhone, now it finally arrived on Android. It does a wonderful job on our plattform too and does its best with the rich 2D graphics, the integrated Highscore lists and the detailed environments to bring you a lot of destructive fun. Death Worm is a great game that you can play either for a longer session or for a short burst of fun on the toilet or on a break, at work or in school.

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