Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Originally designed to launch with Nvidia's Shield hybrid unconsole, Arma Tactics THD is playable on any Tegra-powered devices like the Nexus 7.
Amra Tactics THD is a brilliant-looking, turn-based modern strategy game with a familiar, top-down perspective that will appeal to the most seasoned armchair generals.
In Arma Tactics THD, players take control of a four-member special forces team and then decides how best to use them in the field.
Using a brute-force direct assault on unorganized local militants might work on one map, but when faced with highly-skilled professional mercenaries it'll probably be best to employ a more stealthy approach.
Those interested in trying their hand at this modern strategy game can download it directly from Google Play for $4.99 / £2.99.
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The Diner Dash Android game is finally available in the Google Play Store, and you can get both a free and a paid version.
The time management game, already present on a lot of platforms, including PC, Mac, Xbox 360 and iOS, is now making its appearance in the Google Play Store. It allows you to control Flo, a young restaurant owner, as she grows her business from a small diner to a five-star restaurant. Diner Dash is not a cooking game, but rather a game in which the way you organize tasks is essential, and I must warn you that it's incredibly addictive.
You'll have to manage the experience your customers have in your restaurant, from seating them (and getting bonuses for putting them at a table with which their clothes match), to taking orders, serving them and cleaning up the tables. Prioritizing your tasks is essential in order to avoid keeping your customers waiting.
If you're new to Diner Dash, the free version is perfect to open your appetite, but you must keep in mind that the Deluxe version comes with ten additional levels and is available, for a limited time, at a special 50 percent launch price. That means you can buy it for $0.99.
Whether you buy the Deluxe version or not, you should know that the game relies on in-app purchases quite a bit, and it might not be as easy to advance if you don't buy some boosts or upgrades along the way.
Are you planning on helping Flo manage her restaurant in Diner Dash? If so, will you get the free version or the Deluxe one?
Diner Dash for Android
PicSay Pro is a premium version of PicSay. In addition to the basic photo editing features of the free app, it allows you to adjust the photo’s RGB and sharpness. Other adjustments you can make include:
- Smooth for reducing pixelation of low-quality photos
- Fix Red-Eye
- Crop and Straighten
- Rotate and Flip
- Masked Effects to apply filters and effects on selected areas
- History Paint to undo all changes on selected spots
On a separate tab you will find “Add Effects” which includes Paint, Insert Picture, Pop Colors, Distort features, Color Adjustments, Artistic effects, Photo effects such as Lomo and Faux HDR, and a variety of filters and frames. Adding Stickers, Word Balloons, and Titles are also not to be missed on PicSay Pro but with the added benefit of free font packages. The app saves photos at higher quality.
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Saturday, May 18, 2013
Kingdom Rush has amassed quite the following since it first appeared as a flash game in 2011 and an iPad port half a year later. Critics called it one of the best and most engaging games of its genre. Today, Ironhide Game Studio launched an Android version into the Play Store that has already been met with praise from users.
Kingdom Rush is a tower defense game based in a fantasy setting soaked in bright colors and vivid sprites. The usual fantasy environments all make an appearance here, including green forests, snow-covered mountains, and barren wastelands. Players command troops, wield magic, and - wait for it - build towers in their quest to save the kingdom from orcs, trolls, evil wizards, and other standard forces for darkness.
Kingdom Rush for Android
Thursday, May 16, 2013
In-app purchases aren't the only issue we found with Thor: Lord of Storms. The interface is somewhat cluttered, forcing you to press a toggle button to switch between troop and magic selection. Doing this in the heat of a particularly tense battle is often easier said than done, and we dearly wish the developer had come up with a more elegant solution.
It may have a few flaws, but Thor: Lord of Storms still manages to dig its claws in fairly deep. This is partly down to the addictive nature of the gameplay, which offers short battles and has that "just one more go" appeal.
However, the game's excellent visual presentation also plays a part: the high-res 2D artwork is wonderful to behold, and looks just as good in motion. The voice acting is also of a high standard, and offers many moments of mirth.
However, there's no escaping the fact that extracting maximum enjoyment out of Thor: Lord of Storms is reliant on spending real cash on gems - the game is effectively unbalanced by IAPs. If you're not prepared to reach for your credit card, then there's a very real danger that the spark of interest will die out before you progress too far through the game's campaign.
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Download Thor for Android
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Carmageddon is the original freeform driving sensation, where pedestrians (and cows!) equal points, and your opponents are a bunch of crazies in a twisted mix of automotive killing machines. The game features anarchic drive-wherever-you-like gameplay and over-the-top surreal comedy violence. It’s the racing game where racing is for wimps.
Now the same Mac & PC classic that was BANNED AROUND THE WORLD is back and available on Android phones and tablets!