Check These Android Apps Pt. 1
Written by Craig Will (puffkix) Tuesday, 01 May 2012 05:00
If you have a smartphone, odds are that you use it everyday - if not for calling or texting then to waste time with games or shop or even *gasp* to be productive. I use my Android phone (HTC Inspire) every day for all of these reasons, usually the game playing one, and as the Senior Android Editor for GoozerNation I thought it was long overdue that I mentioned some of the apps that I fire up consistently.
Kindle Fire Review
Written by Colby Tuesday, 10 January 2012 12:00
I must admit that in the realms of fanboy-ism, my first loyalty is to the great Apple. However, besides Apple, I am also a fierce Amazon apologist, so when the new Kindle Fire was announced this last holiday season, I knew it was an item I needed to own. Amazon claimed that the Fire would have “Ultra-Fast Web Browsing” as well as being a portal to access all the content available through Amazon including e-books, music, movies, and apps. The most notable feature of the Fire isn’t really a feature; rather it’s the price point – only $199.00 compared to the iPad 2, which is $500.00. The Kindle can be viewed as either the least expensive entry into the tablet market, or the premium hardware in the e-reader market, depending on how you use it and what you expect to get out of it.
Bowling Wizards Review
Written by Craig Will (puffkix) Monday, 09 January 2012 06:00
Bowling Wizards is set on changing the mobile phone gaming landscape by adding a little extra something to the recipe. That something is variety.
Pocket League Story for Android - Review
Written by Jeremiah Hisel, Bustercube Saturday, 15 October 2011 05:00
Some time ago I wrote an article about a Japanese mobile game developer named Kairosoft. You may know them from their smash hit Game Dev Story, a sim about starting a game development company, for iOS and Android. They’ve made quite a few games since then, like Hot Springs Story, Grand Prix Story, Mega Mall Story, Pocket Academy and Pocket League Story. Don’t let Kairosoft games cute exterior fool you. At each game's heart they are humorous and has some deep gameplay elements.
Streetball Review (Android)
Written by Craig Will (puffkix) Sunday, 09 October 2011 11:00
Looking to play some hoops on your Android phone? BatteryAcidGames' Streetball may be the answer you've been searching for, especially if you want to play as Abraham Lincoln.
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