A fun way for Android and iOS fans to settle their differences

logoThe Samsung vs Apple saga is calming down a little now but fans of the two platforms have a chance to fight for their platform in the new game Fruit vs Robot. This free game tallies the scores of users from both platforms on an online leaderboard, answering the question: who's more talented -- Fruit or Robot?

An update on OUYA’s exciting Android-based console project: Success!

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A month ago we wrote on a Kickstarter project called OUYA, an innovative gaming platform designed to bring gamers back to the more family & multiplayer-oriented television. At the time we had expressed our hope that the project flourished, and we're happy to say that our hope was answered; within one day the project had garnered $2 million in support, over double the $950,000 goal they had hoped to achieve in a full month.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops Zombies Now Available From Google Play, But Only For Some

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Today we see the highly anticipated Call Of Duty: Black Ops Zombies hit the Play Store. This is a direct spin off from the Xbox 360/PS3 game Call Of Duty: Black Ops. I’m sure many are glad to finally see the game available for Android…

Fancy an $99 Android game console that’s hackable?

1Well, whether you do or you don’t, there’s one coming anyway named “Ouya” which intents to be a fairly affordable Android game console, that sits where the usual game consoles sit and that’s not in our hands.

The team consists of Yves Behar (who designed the Jawbone Jambox and the One Laptop Per Child), Ed Fries from XBox, Amol Sarva from Peek, Peter Pham from Color (the video streaming app), Muffi Ghadiali from Amazon Lab126 (the people who built the kindle). And, managing this is Julie Uhrman from IGN who is the CEO of “Ouya”

There’s also word on the device being totally “hackable” which means that you’re essentially getting a “dev kit” too. This wouldn’t make any difference to serious hackers anyway, as they’d just find a way to root the device, but it’s a big step that’s been removed.

Final Fantasy III Now Fighting Dragons On Android - For $16

1Final Fantasy III, whose previously old-school fanbase has become somewhat more mobile over the past few years, has made it to the final frontier of smartphone/tablet gaming at long last: the Play Store. The game is available now - but before you get too excited, take a good, hard look at that $16 price tag.

Tag Games 24 hour game developer challenge Live Stream


Our friends at TagGames are celebrating their 6th anniversary today.
To mark the occasion, they are hosting their annual 24hour Game Jam where teams battle it out to create the best game possible in only 24 hours. This year they are going even further than before however, because, in a world first for any mobile games studio, they will be airing a series of video podcasts alongside the usual live blogging of the event!
Each show will aim to open their doors to the world and offer the opportunity for fans and friends to get involved with the creative process.

Nyko introduces pair of gaming controllers for Android tablets


Nyko Technologies, has today introduced a pair of new Bluetooth gaming controllers for Android 3.X+ tablets. Available this fall, the PlayPad and PlayPad Pro will help ensure your Android gaming experience is not all that different from what you're getting on consoles.

Carmageddon to crash your Android device this summer


Those of you who grew up playing PC games in the late 90's and early 2000's will no doubt recall the "points for pedestrians" series of games called Carmageddon. The cartoonishly violent games which had players purposefully driving around and crashing into random folks was a pretty big deal when it was first released. Now, the developers (Stainless Games) have announced that they will revive the original classic title and release it on Android and iOS later this summer.

Halfbrick celebrates two years of Fruit Ninja with impressive stats

You'd be surprised to learn just how much fruit you slice on a daily basis.


Australian developer Halfbrick is celebrating two years of Fruit Ninja today and has some pretty admirable figures to share with everyone. As of today there have been more than 300 million Fruit Ninja players around the world who have logge more than 1.5 trillion (with a 'T") pieces of fruit chopped.

Babel Rising 3D - Play as God and punish the arrogant humans

babel risingAMA in collaboration with Ubisoft and Mando Productions brings you on June 14th the Next Generation version of Babel Rising for Android smartphones. This sequel to the successful and critically acclaimed iPhone game returns as never seen before, with unique and spectacular 3D graphics.

Babel Rising puts you in the sacred sandals of the great and angry Almighty God. Bring to bear scorching and wrathful powers to smite arrogant humans and prevent them from building the tower of Babel. You shall hurl bolts of holy lightning, summon punishing earthquakes, and unleash vengeful floods upon the foolish and irreverent Humans.

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