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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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Sine Mora Review

Sine Mora has been around for awhile on all major platforms including game consoles, PC, iOS, and finally on Android as well. Sine Mora is a side scrolling “bullet hell” shooter that takes place in a dieselpunk universe, much like the old arcade shooters that we all used to play and love over 20 years ago, except this one brings cutting edge graphics and innovative gameplay on portable devices.

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Monster Shooter 2 game review

Monster Shooter 2: Back to Earth, the latest release from Gamelion, is a direct sequel to one of the best free top-down shooters involving aliens, wicked guns, blood and, oh well, your beloved cat. Anyone who played games for at least 10 years will surely remember Crimsonland, the father, mother and holy cow of all alien involving top-down shooters. Monster Shooter 2: Back to Earth shares the same game model, but brings in lots of improvements, optimized touch controls and adorable graphics.  

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Tiny Token Empires Android game review

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.

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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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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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Race Illegal: High Speed 3D Review

Time to burn some rubber

Race illegal high speed 3D, a catchy title? No, not really, but it won’t matter if the game is good. Do you like arcade style racing? Beating your way up to the top? Tuning your racer, feeling the soft leather on your hands (!?), then read on, because apparently this game has it all.

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The Bard’s Tale for Android Review

Big, Bigger, 3.5

 Sometimes I like playing quick repetitive small games while riding the train to work, but now, now we are talking big. How big? Three point five gigabytes big if you decide to download the HD version. But wait, its not about the space occupied, The Bard’s Tale is a full blown action (semi) role-playing game. It offers roughly 30 hours of gameplay and a big world to explore. So let’s see if it’s worth your time and money.

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