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[Review] Dungeon Keeper for Android – It was Good to be Bad

Couple of days ago EA soft-launched 3 games on the Play Store available only in selected countries (for now). One of those game is Dungeon Keeper, a sounding name that older gamers will surely remember as one of the greatest strategy / management / God games ever created and now, now we get to play it on our mobile devices. Or do we?

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Robot Unicorn Attack 2 Review for Android

How would you approach your target audience if the same is divided in two fantasy worlds? You find a way to give them all what they want. Adult Swim Games and PikPok did exactly that, they combined robots with unicorns for all the boys and girls in the world to play together.

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Infinite Flight is finally here

Out of the blue

For all the fans of flight simulators games out there, Flying Development Studio LLC has released their Infinite Flight simulator on the Android platform. Initial impressions are piling up and they look more than promising.

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Another 2D platformer available for free

The Hunt for Souls

Another free ad supported game appears on the play store,  this time in form of a 16-bit 2D platformer with on-screen controls, retro style design and it goes by the name of Olethros. Your primary goal is to find your wife and collect souls along the way.

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Just released: Kavinsky

Electro house beat-em-up

The popular music artist and producer Vincent Belogrey, known as Kavinsky, decided to promote his work in form of side scrolling beat-em-up. The final result is Kavinsky the game, based on the “Outrun” album, featuring one angry dude and tons of shady street villains.

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Way of the Dogg review for Android

Now you can look to the Sun, and spot the moon

Try imagining a rhythm fighting game, featuring Snoop Dogg as the kung-fu and time travel master teaching you how to fight after the beats of his music while you try to revenge your girlfriend’s death by beating the crap out of everyone involved in the case. Because it all makes perfect sense….

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Streetfood Tycoon: World Tour game review

Making millions from street food

There was always something special about games that have Tycoon in their name. It’s like they are destined to be addictive. Fortunately, Streetfood Tycoon: World Tour for Android is no exception. It’s the second game of the series and this time you are given the chance to become the greatest among street food sellers in the world!

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QWOP lands on Android

Are you familiar with the hardest game in the world? It’s called QWOP and was released as flash game back in 2008. You control an Olympic representative whose country training program was under funded. He is also missing the brain region responsible for motor function. As a result, it’s up to you to teach him how to move and hopefully run.

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Death Dome Android Review

Bloody adventure

If you ever owned some of the iOS devices, or you have a friend that plays games on iPhone or iPad, surely you’ve heard about Infinity Blade. The huge megahit that sold over 250.000 copies  on the appstore in the first four days of its release. The game that won many prices and recommendations from around the globe. Death Dome is clone of that game.

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Despicable Me: Minion Rush Android Review

Going Bananas

While we were waiting for the next sequel of Despicable Me, Gameloft surprised us with Minion Rush, a movie based endless runner android game in which you take control of one of Gru’s minions. The goal? To become the minion of the year, collect all the bananas while doing nasty despicable things along the way.

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