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Looney Tunes make a comeback on mobile devices with new game

Posted by wicked December - 20 - 2014 - Saturday Comments Off

While Looney Tunes is not that popular anymore compared to their heyday of the past few decades, there is still a certain generation that looks on the animated shorts and characters with nostalgia, and they still have an appeal to kids who didnt’ grow up on Bugs Bunny, the Road Runner, Tweety Bird and the others. A new Android game might just renew interest in the animated characters in an endless runner game with a slight twist to the usual ones of its type.

Looney Tunes Dash is not just a runner game but instead of running endlessly or until you die, you get to run, jump, slide, and smash your way to win. You can choose to play some of the most popular Looney Tunes characters, including Bugs, Tweety, Road Runner, Daffy Duck and get to escape classic “villains” like Wil E. Coyote, Sylvester the Cat, and Elmer Fudd. You get to collect coins, power-ups, special abilities to help you win the game you’re playing.

You also get to run in different “episodes” that are based on the actual original cartoons that you enjoyed as a kid. Even the music and moments are inspired by specific episodes and Jeff Bergman, the current voice talent behind such characters as Bugs, Elmer, Yosemite Sam, etc, also lends his voice to the game. And to contribute even more to the nostalgia trip, there are Looney Tunes Collectors Cards scattered across the game, which contain facts and trivia about your favorite animated shorts and characters.

You can download Looney Tunes Dash from the Google Play Store for free. There are several in-app purchases available so if you have kids borrowing your Android device to play the game, better disable the one click pay option.


Final Deal Reminder: NES30 Bluetooth Gaming Controller for $29.99

Posted by Kellex December - 19 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

I know that we have written this NES30 Bluetooth controller up a couple of times already, but many of you seem to be excited about it and we didn’t want anyone to miss out before it goes away. This deal is only around in the DL Deals shop for two more days.

At $29.99, it’s actually a solid deal if you need a fun take on a controller that can be paired with your phone or tablet. Outside of being an affordable controller, it’s also awesome for the simple fact that it was made to look like an old NES controller that should bring back plenty of happy childhood memories.

Again, two days left. $29.99. NES-style. Get some.

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Exiles dares you to make your escape from an “alien” world

Posted by wicked December - 19 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

Science fiction and role-playing games fans, listen up. Crescent Moon, the creators of Ravensworld: Shadowland brings you a new Android game that is set in a world where you have to escape from colonizers with a corrupt government (not too far fetched from the present day yes?) out to stop you. Welcome to the world of Exiles.

The game is set in the future on a colony in a distant planet, where the government has learned to enslave and isolate its people with a lethal virus that will eventually wipe out the planet. Your goal as one of the Elite Enforcers is to uncover the plot to enslave the rest of the world through alien forces and mecha weapons. You get to go on missions to fight these enemies, using a large arsenal of weapons of course.

The world you’re moving in is full of “alien hives, underground temples, and caves” and has a lot of interior locales in the massive colony you’re in. You get to choose your character from among three different classes, and you have the option of playing a male or female (regardless if you’re actually male or female). You get to ride mechs and hoverbikes to make your traveling easy, and upgrade your weapons to make the killing more convenient as well.

The alpha version of this game was originally part of a Humble Bundle from Crescent Moon, a few weeks ago, and now you can enjoy it in its full release glory. You can get Exiles from the Google Play Store for $6.99. It’s a bit more expensive than most games, but there are no in-app purchases necessary anymore.


Monster Dash returns: more monsters, weapons, better Barry

Posted by wicked December - 19 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

The Barry Steakfries Trilogy, which consists of Jetpack Joyride, Age of Zombies, and Monster Dash, have long been a cure for boredom and also a cause of unproductivity. Monster Dash is now finally available on Android and has been upgraded with even more monsters to kill, better weapons to kill them with, and a more dashing Barry to kill them all.

Monster Dash is a side-scrolling, running adventure game where your only purpose in that digital life is to kill as many monsters as you can, while getting all the gold that they are carrying. The gold you get is then used to upgrade Barry as the game progresses along. You get to chase them, jumping through chasms and portals, across six different worlds, which have their own “classic monster” themes like vampires, mummies, etc.

You get to use various weapons and vehicles to help you in killing all the monsters you come across. Get weapons like The Pacifier, Rocket Launcher, Mr. Zappy and then all-terrain rides like the HOG and Machine Gun Jetpack. Daily events also give you the chance to take on challenges and get prizes to help you in playing the main game. In terms of its look and graphics, developer HalfBrick Studios is consistent enough with its blockish cartoon-type of imagery.

You can get Monster Dash from the Google Play Store for only $0.99. There are several in-app purchases available, including the classic monster chasers from Ghostbusters, which will set you back another $1.99. But hey, it’s a classic and nostalgia for it is pretty high, so you might want to add it to your Monster Dash content.


Become a taekwondo master in Taekwondo Game for Android

Posted by wicked December - 19 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

If you’ve ever dreamt of being a taekwondo expert but had neither the skills nor the patience to actually learn it, now you can live out your dreams through a mobile game. Taekwondo Game is simply that: an Android game that lets you compete against computer experts or even real players from around the world, based on real-life rules and physics from the sport itself.

The developer says that it is actually the first ever taekwondo mobile game but it is not just a haphazard kind of game. It is actually based on the motion-capture of real-life professional players making the movements and animations mimic that of actual taekwondo experts. It also follows the Olympic rules in terms of scoring and ranking. Even the sound effects are realistic enough since it was recorded in a real taekwondo place which is called a dojang. You can choose to play against bots or actual people in the Global Tournament.

The cross platform multi-player game is set in three different environments: Korea, Mexico, and Japan. Before you even enter the tournament, you can actually train and practice in a dojang, where you can learn both precision and timing. The controls and commands are not that complicated, and if you’re a heavy mobile games user, it should be easy enough for you to determine.

If you’re a new player who’s interested in “the way of the foot and the hand” or if you’re really into the sport and would like to also digitally master it, this game is a pretty nifty addition to your smartphone or tablet. You can get Taekwondo Game for free from the Google Play Store.


Gameloft outs Brothers in Arms 3, now with more actions and bigger weapons

Posted by wicked December - 19 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War for Android was recently released by Gameloft. That’s another game to add to your list of games you’d be playing during the Christmas vacation. I’m not a fan of war games but I know why such can be popular. It’s another World War II-themed 3rd person shooter game. It’s actually a follow up to the Brothers in Arms 2 released back in 2011. Gameloft has not forgotten fans of the game but it took them a while to launch something new.

The new Gameloft title is still the same shooter game but now with more adrenaline-pumping action, more powerful weapons, and spectacular killcams . This time, it features a unique squad-based combat that allows the game to use his brother to have a tactical advantage. Feel free to use Mortar Fire, Rocket Blast, Molotov, and Air Strike. You can choose from among the different types of missions: Stealth, Siege, Sniper, and Assault. It’s up to you which mission you’ll dive into.

In this new version, you can unlock new allies or upgrade them into the best soldiers or get new experimental weapons that can be upgraded into the ultimate arsenal. As expected, visual effects are amazing while outdoor and indoor settings have been enhanced as well. Game is free for download but in-app purchases are available.

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Download Brothers in Arms 3 from the Google Play Store

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars comes to Android

Posted by wicked December - 19 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off


Grand Theft Auto is possibly one of the most well-known video game franchises, and they’re bringing some good news to the Android community today. Their long-awaited title GTA: Chinatown Wars is finally available in the Google Play Store. After its original launch on a number of different mobile platforms, it’s finally make its way to Android a mere 5 years after launch. The game was immensely popular on when it first launched in 2009, and hopefully Android fans will continue its popularity.

If you’re unfamiliar with Chinatown Wars, you play as Huang Lee who is on a mission to return an ancient sword to his Uncle Kenny to ensure his family maintains control of the Triad gangs of Liberty City. Aside from the deep storyline, Chinatown Wars still offers tons of side missions, a variety of weapons and lots of violence, just like any other Grand Theft Auto game. Now remember, this game was made five years ago for the DS, so we’re still seeing the constant overhead view like in the old games.

GTA: Chinatown Wars is compatible with Android TV devices and with select Android Bluetooth and USB controllers. Rockstar Games is currently selling the game for $4.99 in the Google Play Store. This may sound a bit high for some users, but there are no in-app purchases, and it offers many hours of gameplay. If you’re a fan of the Grand Theft Auto series, you’re going to love this game.

Minecraft: Story Mode announced by Telltale Games and Mojang

Posted by wicked December - 18 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off


It’s been quite a big day for Telltale Games. First, the game developer released their much anticipated Tales from the Borderlands game to the Play Store, and the company still isn’t done with announcements. Telltale Games and Mojang have just announced the new game Minecraft: Story Mode. The game is set to release sometime in 2015 for consoles, computers, and mobile devices.

If you’re a fan of Telltale Games, you may be thinking that this is an odd direction for the company to take. Actually, the game isn’t going to be any type of Minecraft extension. It will be a standalone product that is set in the world of Minecraft, but will be driven by player-choice, just as we’ve seen in all other Telltale games. Minecraft: Story Mode will be released in multiple episodes, and available for purchase separately.

Telltale is a game developer that has released such titles as The Wolf Among Us, Game of Thrones, and The Walking Dead, so we’re not quite sure the direction they will take with Story Mode. We can assume, however, that the game will be heavily based on dialogue, awesome graphics, and feature a great story. Oh, and make sure to follow the Mojang link below, and click on Info Quest II. There’s an interactive press release that you can play through to get all of your information.


Tales from the Borderlands arrives to the Play Store for $4.99

Posted by wicked December - 18 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

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Telltale Games is a popular game developer for a reason. They continue to offer games with intricate storylines, beautiful graphics and a unique gameplay style. If you liked their previous titles like The Wolf Among Us, Game of Thrones or The Walking Dead, you’re sure to like the developer’s newest Android release, Tales from the Borderlands. The Borderlands series comes to us from developers Gearbox and 2K, and have previously been released on the PC.

The game is set on Pandora following the events after Borderlands 2, and the game follows Rhys, a ‘suit’ working for gun manufacturer Hyperion, and Fiona, a Pandoran con artist. The two unlikely duo are forced together on the hunt for cash that they both think is theirs. The pair runs into gangsters, bandit lords, and Vault Hunters on their way to find their wealth.

If you’re familiar with other Telltale games, you’ll know exactly what you’re in for. Lots of hilarious dialogue, a unique storyline and point-and-click gameplay. The game is pretty graphic-intensive, though, so be aware that it may not run particularly well on just any device. In fact, the description on the Play Store calls out the Galaxy S2 (Adreno variant) and the Galaxy S3 Mini for running the game particularly slow. Additionally, the Galaxy Tab3 and the original Droid RAZR aren’t even supported.

The first installment of Tales from the Borderlands is available for $4.99. Telltale also plans to release four additional installments at a later date. If you’d like to invest in all of the installments already, you can save some money and purchase them for $14.99. If you’re at all interested in any of Telltale Games’ products, you’ll be sure to like this title. Follow the Play Store link below to download the game, and be sure to watch the trailer as well!

Crescent Moon’s Exiles RPG comes to Google Play

Posted by wicked December - 18 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

Crescent Moon, the developers behind Ravensword: Shadowlands, have just released their much-anticipated Sci-Fi 3D RPG, Exiles, to the Play Store. If you’re a fan of Humble Bundle, you may have seen this game available as one of the top-tier purchases, way back when the game was in alpha. It’s now in the Play Store released with it’s final build, and we’re excited to see what it brings.

Exiles takes place in the near future in a distant world. The game follows an isolated colony that’s on the verge of being enslaved by it’s corrupt government. You play as a member of the Elite Enforcers trying to keep the colony safe with a wide variety of weapons and vehicles. Exile is set in an open-world environment and features a deep storyline, a ton of missions, different character classes, and a healthy amount of aliens and mechanized enemies.

Here is a complete list of features that Exiles brings:

  • Explorer a huge and open world, full of alien hives, underground temples, and caves
  • A large colony with various interior locales
  • Choose from 3 different character classes
  • Choose a Male or Female Character
  • A large variety of weapons to use and upgrade
  • Huge Alien creatures to fight
  • Mechs and Hoverbikes available to traverse the massive landscape
  • A dark story of government plots and conspiracy
  • No IAP!
  • Real-time Shadows
  • Full Night/Day System

The game is available in Google Play for $6.99. That might be a bit steep to some users, but keep in mind, Exiles has hours of gameplay value and no in-app purchases in sight. Follow the Play Store link below to pick up Exiles!

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