MORE ANDROID SHENANIGANS

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FLICKKICK FOOTBALL

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Incredibly addictive. Take finger. Flick screen. Get ball in goal. Easy. In a terrific nod to the NBA Jam games of my youth if you stick three in a row into the onion bag then the ball ignites. All together now: ” He’s on fire!”

SAMSUNG SLOPESTER

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Does anybody else remember when SSX Tricky was the game to waste an afternoon with? I do, and this reminds of it. Tjerefore it’s good. And free. Double-whammy.

iGunZombie

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Take one big gun, two thumbs and a shitload of Zombies. Mix together in a big pot and this is what you will get.

SHADOWGUN

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Whoever makes this game takes themselves far too seriously. Looks fantastic though.

STICK CRICKET

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Everybody loves cricket. FACT.

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TOP 5 ANDROID GAMES

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So I got a new phone recently. A Samsung Galaxy S2. And very fine it is too. I’ve been hammering the apps and games lately so I thought I’d share a few of my current favourites. WARNING there are no Angry Birds in this post.

1. SHINE RUNNER

Shine Runner

This is a cracking little game. Race between swampy outposts collecting swag en route then trade moonshine and other Deliverencesque items to make as much moolah as possible within a set time limit. Runs like a dream and can be easily picked up. Ace.

2. SWITCH

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Tap left to move left and tap right to, you get the picture. Avoid the barriers and just keep going. Oh, it gets faster, did I mention that? This game looks so cool. Great diversion. So good I don’t care about the ads.

3. NFL Flick Quarterback

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Visually stunning throwaway (geddit?) NFL action. San Diego Chargers if you must know.

4. CAR UNBLOCK

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This puzzler has 2,000 levels. Kills the time. And looks good too.

5. EDGE EXTENDED

Edge Extended

 

I loved Edge. Now it’s even better. Dynamic camera, splendid tunes, glorious design and a great learning curve. You MUST try this game. Get the cube to the goal negotiating a million and one different problems. Extremely satisfying mixtures of dexterity and puzzle solving required.

So there’s five for now. More to follow. Maybe.