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Hungry MonstR

Posted by Dennis Zimpel On March - 25 - 2011

Running a ice cream stand is pretty hard work, just look at the poor italians in the summer, that are sweating in the heat while they have to feed greedy little kids and their thirsty parents. But they have at least one weapon to defend themselves, they just raise the price. ;) In Hungry MonstR you only have your finger and your attention to defend your ice cream stand. In our review you’ll get more information as well as a video that will explain the gameplay of Hungry MonstR.


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Amazon Appstore launches with Angry Birds Rio for free

Posted by Dan Mousavi On March - 22 - 2011


Today Amazon launched it’s own appstore in the US and as a launch special, you can download Angry Birds Rio for free in the first 24 hours.
Sadly, it only works in the US at the moment and a credit card is required to download anything, even the free games.
To download the Amazon appstore, visit http://amzn.to/getamazonappstore from your phone.
To browse the Amazon Webstore from your PC, visit http://amazon.com/appstore .
Amazon plans to give away a paid app every day, we’ll see how it fares in the long run, but early impressions are bad, most apps will cost more than on the Android market, which makes the trouble to go through Amazon not worth it. If they can’t get exclusives (and we truly wish they don’t, exclusive games suck) or alternative payment methods, this appstore will flop as much as all the other markets out there besides the official one.

Runik

Posted by Dennis Zimpel On March - 16 - 2011

Runik…that name doesn’t ring a bell at first, but I tried it anyway and got immediately hooked on the gameplay, it’s really fun and addictive. The developer contacted me and made me aware of his creation, if you want us to take a look at your game, we will try to give tipps on how to optimize gameplay and maybe write a review if we get to it, the number of games to review increases dramatically every month, so just contact us.

But let’s get to the game, if you know “Bebbled”, which is also available for free in the market, you will immediately be familiar with the gameplay, because the goal is the same, you have to take as much same colored stones as possible at once from the field, which you do by double tapping a stone (unlike Bebbled you can’t set it up for a single tap, I’ll ask the dev, if this can be included in an update).


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20 Top paid games for March 2011

Posted by Dan Mousavi On March - 14 - 2011

This month we have some very special treats in our games list, but they come with a price, you need a Tegra 2 device to play them. The first games for these devices are released into the android market and easily take the crown for the best looking games on Android yet. Since we don’t have a Tegra 2 device available yet in europe, we have to base our gameplay experience on the short playtime we had with these games at MWC. But there were also lots of other great releases with a overwhelming amount of new puzzle games and concepts, that are worth checking out. By the way, with this list we recommended you exactly 200 games since we started with these monthly roundups in August, if you missed some, they are all linked at the bottom of this article.

AirAttack
The first part of this shoot ‘em up was free, now the second part of Air Attack is available. Beware, there are two paid versions, one for 1,19 UK£ that has 5 additional levels (Part 2) for Samsung devices and other devices that can’t handle more than 30 MB, the other one for 1,79 UK£ has both parts combined, which makes things easier, since you keep your upgrades to your ship.

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20 Top free games for March 2011

Posted by Dan Mousavi On March - 8 - 2011

February was a short but sweet month for Android gamers, a lot of new hardware was introduced and the first Tegra devices hit the market.
We got a glimpse at the future of android gaming at the mobile world congress and can’t wait for the huge increase in quality that will come with the new handsets and tablets this year.
The free games section saw some great releases in the past month and a lot of them still have low download numbers and need a little word of mouth promotion, so without further ado, here are the best free games that we spotted this month, the list with the best paid games will follow soon.
Aporkalypse
A cute puzzle game with 4 apocalyptic pigs in a nice comic look

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