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Orbitum will test your dexterity, will make you dizzy too

Posted by wicked April - 18 - 2015 - Saturday Comments Off

The Orbitum game looks like something that came out from The Matrix movie. You can also say it’s like something from one of those sci-fi movies in the 90′s trying to make you believe that aliens are real. Orbitum will try to make you understand the universe, quantum mechanics, the cosmos, and any other stuff about the galaxy we live in. It’s one hynoptic game that will probably help you solve your problems and given up bad habits. (Whut?!)

The Orbitum game will challenge your reflexes and will make you understand light and darkness. It’s like running endlessly on a cosmic treadmill as others have described it. Game is actually simple. You’re called to switch the orbits to get through, avoid certain shapes, and finish the challenge. Go through each level and show off your dexterity. Your skills will definitely be put to the test so make sure you focus. That is, if you can bear the loud techno sounds.

You might get dizzy playing this game because those round-dancing shapes will continue to move around the orbit. You will be prompted which shape to avoid and collect. Tap, tap, and tap. You will do a lot of tapping, my friend.

This arcade game actually reminds me a lot of Skyward where you need to deal with a disc endlessly circling an invisible orbit. See for yourself if Orbitum is for you. It’s interesting but not as addicting. And oh, it really is dizzying for me.

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Download Orbitum from the Google Play Store

Must Deliver action game challenges you to deliver the zombie cure

Posted by wicked April - 18 - 2015 - Saturday Comments Off

Zombie Apocalypse isn’t happening soon. It might happen someday but I think we’ll never live to see that day. But for those people who believe that zombies will soon invade the world, maybe it’s time you practice your survival skills and practice zombie fighting skills. Can you ever survive them? Yes and you can even be a hero trying to save other survivors by delivery the cure that can destroy the ZOMBIE virus.

The whole world is already plagued with the virus and there are only a few survivors. Zombies are everywhere and you sure don’t want to be one of them. You can be that hero who will deliver the solution to those helpless people who have survived the zombies. They’re still helpless so they need that cure you will be delivering. You’ve got permission to kill those zombies along the way and stop the spread of the Zombie virus.

You’ll also be challenged to race through different weather conditions and diverse environments. Game is fast-paced so you need to be energetic. You must deliver the cure as quickly as possible. Don’t worry, you won’t be bored playing this because of the retro style design and the 8-bit soundtrack of the action game will take you back to your childhood at least for a few minutes or hours.

On your way to deliver the cure to the survivors, you can earn rewards and coins in exchange for special moves and powers–you might need more power now that you’ve been tasked as the zombie cure delivery boy. Feel free to unlock different characters each bearing unique super moves when you play this game developed by Cherry Pick Games.

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Download Must Deliver from the Google Play Store

Racing Fever gets your blood pumping in new Android game

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

If you could have the chance to drive without speed limits or without consequences (legal or otherwise), would you take it? If you’re any kind of driver, of course you would (or even if you don’t drive IRL). So your best recourse would be to play mobile games, unless you’re willing to go to jail for overspeeding. But Racing Fever will make sure that you stay out of prison, but you also get to vicariously race your heart out in this new game.

The endless driving game doesn’t just get your blood pumping as you race, but it looks good and makes you look good with its 3D graphics as well as the intuitive controls. When you’re racing, you get to choose from among 3 camera options so you can see everything that’s happening. You can also choose to play from among four different modes: one way traffic, two way traffic, scoreless free ride, and time attack, all of which are pretty self-explanatory. You can also change your themes with the four available options.

To earn coins in this game, you need to do things that you cannot do in real life, like race at high speeds or drive your car on the wrong side of the lane (just remember that IRL, you won’t get rewarded for doing that). You also get unlimited customizing options, as long as you have enough of those coins. You can change the color, vinyl, rims, and also upgrade your car model itself. You can also play in the bonus mode so that your next racing car may be for free.

You can download Racing Fever for free from the Google Play Store. There doesn’t seem to be any in-app purchases available, so it looks like, it really is about you gathering enough points and coins to be able to get through this game.


Ridiculous Triathlon endless runner game is ridiculously fun

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

There are numerous endless runner games downloadable from the Play Store today. Thanks to Imangi Studios for introducing the Temple Run arcade game that challenges the player to run like there’s no tomorrow. We’ve seen a number of fakes actually and similar games will only continue to be added to the Play Store. Next to capture our attention is the Ridiculous Triathlon that not only features running as the main sport but also cycling and swimming. It’s a triathlon game that makes you feel that you’re a sporty triathlete.

Players are required to finish the triathlon by running, swimming, and biking. Game doesn’t involve just one player but rather three different characters travelling to different countries and exploring the streets of Tokyo, London, and Barcelona. The three characters you’re playing can finish the triathlon by working together. Each one might have a hard time finishing but working together will make the difference.

The triathletes can play against other people. You have three characters to control that when forces are joined together, they can be victorious. You may not be in perfect form or healthy enough to run in real life but Ridiculous Triathlon can give you the joy of winning. (At least once in your life, you can say you won a triathlon.)

Ironically, this endless runner game will have you sitting for hours. No sweat and you can be a fully fledged triathlete! Congratulations! To play the game, just swipe the screen left and right. Control the bicycle using the accelerometer and swipe again to swim. You need to pick up and collect the coins and power-ups you see along the way.

Another endless runner game, you say? Yes, but it’s ridiculously fun!

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Download Ridiculous Triathlon – Runner from the Google Play Store

SlidePick lets you organize your photos in one place

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

While mobile devices (especially ones with great photo-taking features) have made it easier for us to document our lives and take pictures whenever we want, it has also presented us with a big problem. It is difficult to organize and arrange our photos, especially if they’re scattered in different cloud services, various devices, etc. A new Android app wants to help you solve this problem, and give you an easier time and way to delete unnecessary ones, organize the ones left in albums, and share them online if you wish to.

It’s a pain not just to sort through photos (especially if you take a lot!) and then to just have them in one place. SlidePick gives you the capability to do all that in “a simple and agile way”, and you just need your smartphone to do it. It doesn’t matter if your photos are in different devices, uploaded on different cloud services or even saved on your social media accounts. It claims that it can help you centralize all that, and with an intuitive swipe process, you can optimize when and where you can do all that organizing.

You can also create personalized albums within the app itself, choosing which photos go where just through swiping. And any photos you take with your device’s camera is pre-organized into albums as well, but it also gives you the option to move, rename or delete them later on. It also has a cleaning mode that will free up space on your device. The albums are also easy to share, especially on Facebook, where you don’t need to upload each photo one by one, but as an album already.

SlidePick is free to download from the Google Play Store. It’s also pretty easy to use, and as the video suggests, you can do your organizing even while you’re in line at the bank or while stuck in a traffic jam.


Baidu previews Android-based smartwatch OS for Chinese market

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

The Chinese gadget market is one of the biggest in the world, and you can bet that tech companies and gadget makers are looking towards targeting that demographic. Search-engine and tech giant Baidu sees the potential of the wearable market in the region, and since both Apple and Google still haven’t delved into it, they’re looking to fill that gap. They’ve launched a preview of their Android-based smartwatch OS called DuWear.

The OS will work on Android-based smartwatches like the Sony Smartwatch 3, Moto 360, and the LG G Watch. It has the basic wearable functions like tracking your activities, monitoring your fitness, and even heart rate monitoring as well. It will also integrate some of Baidu’s services, including voice search and mobile payment technology. You can use your Baidu Wallet to make payments and all you have to do is say “I’d like to make a payment” to complete your transaction.

Other functions that they will be integrating into DuWear includes mapping and GPS software so that you can also use your smartwatch as a navigation tool. They will also have an app store so users can download the other apps that will be supporting the OS. Baidu will most likely be launching their own smartwatch as well later on. This will reportedly happen in June, and if it pushes through, it will be the first mass-produced smartwatch from a Chinese company.

But meanwhile, if you have an Android-based smartwatch and you don’t really want to use Android Wear, you will be able to try out DuWear by late April. Let’s wait and see if it can match or even surpass the other wearable OS out there.



WWE 2K now available on Android devices for wrestling fanatics

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

If it’s always been your dream to become a professional wrestler, now is your chance to become one, although it will only be through virtual means. WWE 2K is now available for mobile devices and it is the first simulation-style WWE game that they’ve ever released on this platform. You can act as your favorite wrestling superstars and even play against them as well in the only authentic in-ring mobile game which can bring you all the WWE mobile action you’d want.

The game features an almost full roster of WWE superstars including Jon Cena, Triple H, Sting, Undertaker, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and many more. But if you’ve developed in your head your own wrestling persona, you can make him or her come alive in this game as you have the option to create your own wrestling superstar. You can choose from among different game modes to play either your own character or one of the “real” wrestlers. Career mode lets you go through a whole WWE journey, with the ultimate goal of reaching the Hall of Fame. You get to earn “respect”, upgrade skills, earn titles, achieve goals, etc.

If you feel like you still have a lot to learn, you can play the Training mode. You’ll be able to learn the “nuances of the deep gameplay” as you maneuver your way through the game and the organization, with a little help. If you feel like going against real, virtual people, you can use the Real-Time Multiplayer mode and go against friends or other players in the WWE Universe.

Downloading this game will cost you a bit, $7.99 to be exact, but if you’re a huge fan of the WWE and wrestling in general, that should be worth it. You can download it from the Google Play Store.


Continue your historical mission with Frontline Commando: WW2

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

There are two kinds of history buffs: those that like reading about it, and those that like being in it, or at least imagining themselves in it. Now if you’re interested in the war parts of world history, then this game might be up your alley. Frontline Commando: WW2 is the sequel to Frontline Commando: D-Day and it picks up where it left off, this time dealing with the Occupation during that period of history.

“History depends on you” is not something you would normally want to see, but with games like this, you get to be the hero (or failed hero; good thing there are no real-world consequences). Your mission is to lead the Allied Forces to victory against the tri-axis of power, specifically to reach the heart of Berlin and defeat the Nazis. You get to test your battlefield skills in Belgium, Italy, Germany and other European countries that were touched by the war. Your guns are your only weapons against the enemy as you take out snipers, destroy convoys that are out to destroy you, and rally the troops on to save the continent and eventually, the world.

Each level has a challenge objective that you need to master. There are Assault, Sniper, and Rocket Launcher missions. You can also become a special operations soldier where you will be tasked to take down high-profile Axis officers or destroy crucial military targets. The game has “cutting edge graphics and precise controls” that will make you feel like you’re actually in the battlefields fighting for the survival of your life and the Allied nations.

You can download Frontline Commando: WW2 from the Google Play Store for free. There are in-app purchases available if you want extra items. But you can also disable the feature as you adjust your Google Play settings.


Dormi Baby Monitor now brings video support

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

Being a geek doesn’t stop when you become a parent. In fact, your geekiness will become even worse once you have a baby because you’d want to be always connected to your child. Of course, you can’t hand your kid the latest smartphone, tablet, or computer but you may use the most hi-tech toys, accessories, and anything digital or electronic in the baby gadget industry. Parents nowadays have no reason not to be in the know or connected from their children because of the gadgets available.

For the parents always on-the-go, a baby monitor app can be very useful. Dormi is one of the best baby monitors in the market today. This doesn’t need any separate hardware because you only need an Android device to work as an audio hardware baby monitor compatible with the Dormi app on your smartphone.

App has been around for some time already but it just received video streaming support. Parents outside the home can monitor their child over the Internet whether WiFi, Hotspot, 3G, 4G, LTE, HSPA+, or Edge–using two paired mobile devices.

What’s good about the app is you can connect different devices at once in parent mode to a single child unit. It’s a baby monitor so it’s sensitive to noise level. It can detect cries and can amplify sound for parents to hear better. Parents are also allowed to talk to the baby by simply pressing the Talk button.

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Download Dormi Baby Monitor from the Google Play Store

BitTorrent celebrates 100 million app downloads with version 3.4

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

There are around 100 million people (or devices) that have apparently downloaded the BitTorrent and uTorrent mobile apps, and the developers couldn’t be happier with this milestone, which has more than doubled since their last announced landmark which was 40 million back in November 2013. And as a treat for mobile users, they have released version 3, bringing improvements to its core, as well as providing a built-in music and video player to make it easier to play your downloads.

While you probably have your preferred players to access your various media files, there is something convenient about having it integrated into the app from which you’ve downloaded the file from. Apparently it’s one of the most requested features from users and version 3.0 has finally brought it to BitTorrent. The UI is pretty nice, with a play queue so you can see what will be playing next. It also displays the cover art of the song or album and you just need to swipe left from your BitTorrent page to access it.


While this is a visual improvement, the more important announcement is that they have improved the torrent core. This means that the app and your downloads are now more stable and should be faster (dependent on your data or WiFi connection of course). Using the app should also be “smoother, faster, more beautiful”.

BitTorrent has six different mobile offerings, but the (unofficial) largest platform, which is probably because it is the only one where they offer full-fledged clients (meaning no computer is required). The update to BitTorrent for Android is now available on your device. If you don’t have it yet and want to make their numbers go higher, you can download it for free from the Google Play Store.

SOURCE: BitTorrent