Twenty years after the original release of the second game from the Prince of Persia saga, The Shadow and the Flame, Ubisoft decided that its time to bring back the old memories and (kind of) remake the original game for portable devices with improved HD graphics and touch optimized controls. The game is available for both Android and iOS and promises to deliver epic journey filled with exciting fights and secrets.
Great news poker lovers, Konami just released Casino League on the play store, featuring live, tournament-style Texas Hold ‘Em. You will be competing with other players across the globe, climb tournament tiers and try to become the best of the best.Read More
The best casual game winner of 2012 International Mobile Gaming Awards, Sprinkle, got its sequel today. Sprinkle Islands sets you on a mission to rescue the inhabitants of the planet Titan, whose world got caught in flames by the malfunctioning garbage hauling space ship that went off course.Read More
The Android market is packed with all sorts of color matching games, actually it’s over-saturated to say at least. Instead of just releasing another variation of bejeweled that hardly anyone will care about, Herocraft Ltd. made a bold move to combine two seemingly unmatchable genres, turn based strategy and color matching. The end result is charming game with cute graphics and touch of humor.
Busy as a Beaver
From the team that ported Frozen Bubble on Android, comes Busy Beaver, a mixture of arcade and puzzle type of game. In short, it involves falling tetris blocks and one hyper-active beaver whose sole purpose here is to eat them and rack up points by doing so.Read More
It’s finally here
After huge success on iOS, Ubisoft finally decided to release Might and Magic Clash of Heroes on the Android platform. For those unfamiliar with this game, it’s actually classified as Puzzle/RPG game, and has received pretty positive feedback so far, including PocketGamer UK’s Gold award.Read More
Magic 2014 for Android
The most popular TCG of all times was just released in digital form for the Android devices. The game developer “Wizards of the Coast LLC” points out that the game is intended for use only on tablet devices, but there are no install restrictions regarding the screen size or resolution, so you are welcome to try it out for yourself. The initial game is free and you get 3 premade decks, each with 5 additional unlockable cards, the single player campaign plane of Shandalar, one Planeswalker duel and the sealed play mode.Read More