Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade blasts into the Google Play Store

Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade blasts into the Google Play Store

Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade blasts into the Google Play Store

Fans of the Warhammer games have something to fight over today. The newest mobile game in the series has just hit the Google Play Store. It’s a game we have been waiting for since last August (yes… 2015), so we are sure you are getting ready to take control of that Imperial Knight.

If you don’t know much about the game, let’s give you a brief rundown. Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade takes you through the story of a young man who sees his home burn down thanks to the twisted forces of Chaos. He then joins the Dark Angels Space Marines to find justice.

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Angry Birds 2 arrives on Android

Angry Birds 2 arrives on Android

Angry Birds 2 arrives on Android

Can you believe that it has been almost five years since Rovio Entertainment first launched Angry Birds on Android? Now a successor, the simply named Angry Birds 2, has arrived for Android. I suppose Rovio doesn’t count all of those themed spin-off games as true sequels.

The title sticks to the tried and tested formula of flinging fowl at those rather sickly looking swine. Angry Birds 2 also brings additional spells, multi-stage levels, challenges, and new bosses to try and mix up the familiar setting.

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Two new Final Fantasy games coming to Android this year

Two new Final Fantasy games coming to Android this year

Two new Final Fantasy games coming to Android this year

While I was personally very pleased to hear about Square Enix bringing the long awaited Final Fantasy 7 and 8 Android versions to life this year (still waiting on that FF 7 HD remake fellas) in Japan, I certainly have no issue whatsoever with new Final Fantasy games arriving on Android. If you’re a fan of the series that feels the same way, then you are in luck, as Square Enix has announced that 2 brand new Final Fantasy games are set to be released for Android (and IOS) this year.

Famitsu App is reporting that the titles of the games are Final Fantasy Legends – Crystal of Time, and Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, which will also be accompanied by a “Final Fantasy Portal” app for managing all of your Final Fantasy mobile games. As of right now, it’s being reported that they will release these titles exclusively in Japan, but given the amount of Final Fantasy games and Square Enix games that have reached Android devices in the western world, we’ll keep our fingers crossed for a worldwide release.

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Google Play Weekly

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Google Play Weekly

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Google Play Weekly

This was one action packed week in the world of apps. In Google’s update Wednesday, Google Drive and Google Hangouts got some updates. Supercell, makers of Clash of Clans, released Boom Beach. CyanogenMod released their CyanogenMod Theme Showcase app which is actually awesome if you run CM11. Facebook launched its third messaging platform. This time it’s called Slingshot. The people at Nokia that Microsoft didn’t buy out went ahead and made an Android launcher that is currently in open beta. Follow this link to try it out! Finally, here are five Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week!


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Agawi launches its game streaming platform on Android, gets indie PC game devs onboard

Agawi launches its game streaming platform on Android, gets indie PC game devs onboard

Agawi launches its game streaming platform on Android, gets indie PC game devs onboard

Having successfully launched its cloud-based gaming service on the Apple iPad and Windows 8 tablets last year, Agawi is now bringing the platform to Android devices.

Dubbed as CloudPlay, the technology frees PC game developers from having to port their games to other platforms. The games will be stored and run on Agawi’s server, where they will be streamed as video to the player’s device.

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Love gaming on your Android tablet? $20,000 could be yours!

Love gaming on your Android tablet? $20,000 could be yours!

Love gaming on your Android tablet? $20,000 could be yours!

The massive advances in processor, graphics, and display technologies has made gaming on a handheld device a favorite past-time for many. Not only are there hugely popular made-for-mobile games such as Angry Birds, Draw Something, and Cut the Rope, but we’re now witnessing an increase in classic PC games and far more graphic-intensive games making their way onto our smartphones and tablets, as well. Procrastination, you are our friend.

If you are one of those users who is addicted to gaming on your tablet and can go on for hours and hours — 26 hours nonstop to be specific — you now have the opportunity to make up to $20,000, courtesy of Qualcomm.

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Ramos W10 Gaming Tablet Brings Cheap Android Gaming to the Masses

Ramos W10 Gaming Tablet Brings Cheap Android Gaming to the Masses

Ramos W10 Gaming Tablet Brings Cheap Android Gaming to the Masses

When you think about gaming, you don’t usually think about Android. Let’s be honest – Android’s pretty good for mobile phones and tablets but it hasn’t proven itself with games. At least, there hasn’t been a really big killer app that has made Android a requirement to play. Most Android games are usually ported from other platforms – with Android usually receiving the low-end ones.

Still, there are quite a few games that people may want to play. There’s the smash-hit Angry Birds, which is currently a casual gaming sensation. Other lesser-known games like Majesty or Modern Combat bring real-time strategy and first-person shooter genres to the humble Android platform. So, if you really like to play Android games, why not get a dedicated Android gaming tablet? This is where Ramos W10 comes in.

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