Archive for the ‘Android Games’ Category

20 Top Free Games for December

Posted by Dan Mousavi On December - 6 - 2010

Happy St. Nicholas Day from Androidpimps!
The last month was blessed with good releases and we accumulated 40 games, that we can recommend to you. Since we found so many titles, we split the list in two parts this time, 20 free games are in this one and the 20 paid games list will follow on Wednesday. We are also planning another Top List before year’s end to name the best games we saw over the year on Android. To stay up to date on our articles, you can follow us on Twitter, Youtube and Facebook.
And please don’t forget to vote at the end of the article.

Top Free:

Baseball Superstars 2009
The demo version was changed to a free (ad supported) version with full functionality

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Dungeon Hunter is free today

Posted by Dan Mousavi On December - 3 - 2010

Normally we don’t talk about Gameloft games here on Androidpimps, because we don’t care too much about games that aren’t buyable through the market.
But it’s different with free stuff, as long as I don’t need to use a shady payment method I won’t worry about taking my games with me hassle free.
Gameloft has an interesting advent calendar, where you can get something new every day and today they give away Dungeon Hunter on Android.

To get this great game, just download it here. We’ll let you know, when more Android advent gifts are available, Gameloft will give away something every day until Christmas through their Twitter feed.

Angry Birds seasons now available

Posted by Dan Mousavi On December - 1 - 2010

Rovio just released Angry Birds seasons for Android. This version contains 25 Christmas themed levels as well as the 45 Level Halloween edition packaged as a special episode. After the huge success that Angry Birds had on Android, I’m pretty sure this version will be equally popular. Since it is a little bit more difficult, I recommend that new players start with the original.
Just like the first Angry Birds, this one is also available for free on Android (ad supported). In the newsletter Rovio also announced, that they are still working on a version with lighter graphics for weaker handsets and after that they will introduce a payment system to opt-out of advertising.

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Pinball Ride

Posted by Dan Mousavi On December - 1 - 2010

Virtual Pinball is a difficult genre to get right. Since 1992, when the first Pinball Dreams was released, a lot of companies tried to get it right, even some big shots like Epic tried to create a pinball table, that is fun to play and Microsoft even bundled one with Windows, but since the glory days of tables like Stones ‘n Bones pretty much all sucked after a while. The only Pinball game that was fun in the last few years was the underrated Pinball FX on 360. Now here comes the first serious Pinball game on Android and I’m happy to report, that it is worth playing.

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Slice it!

Posted by Dennis Zimpel On November - 29 - 2010

Back in school, when it came to geometry I was the last one who could get a good grade in my math class.
It is different when I play Slice It, here the game praises me sometimes, when I complete a task, my teachers never did that, when I thought my scribbles and calculations where good, the results begged to differ.

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