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10 best new Android games from February 2020!

Android gaming is getting bigger and better every month it seems and there is always a slew of new titles coming to Google Play. Whether you’re a casual gamer or you want something with a bit more meat on its bones, there’s usually a game coming out to suit everyone’s taste. Some months are better than others, but there is usually at least one great new game on mobile every month. Let’s take a look at the best new Android games from the last month! You can watch the videos on YouTube from previous months by clicking here! You can also check out our picks for the best new Android games for 2019 in the video above! 

Digaea 1 Complete

Price: $ 32.99

Digaea 1 Complete is a mobile port of the popular PlayStation 2 game. This game includes the original game in all of its glory along with some smartphone-only features such as auto-battle, a fast forward mode for fast grinding, a cheat shop, cloud saving, and more. The game itself is a strategy RPG with a deep story and tons of extra stuff to do. The game is hilariously expensive at $ 32.99 so we only recommend picking it up on sale. However, we were happy to see the developers release updates for stability issues reported by early adopters.


Price: Free to play

Kick-Flight is an entertaining and interesting arcade game. It’s entirely PvP and online against real players. You fly around an open map and do combat with others. It’s similar to games like Brawl Stars in terms of pure premise. This one adds a vertical element as well as a horizontal one and it makes the game feel oddly fresh. It has the occasional bug, but so do all new games so we didn’t judge it too harshly.

Lucid Adventure

Price: Free to play

Lucid Adventure is a mobile RPG title and a spin-off of the popular webtoon. You start as a former number one champion who lost all of his powers. Players help recover those powers in the story mode of this game. It has the usual array of powerful skills and playable characters. There is also an online PvP mode, various events, and the usual mobile RPG stuff. It’s a solid overall game with a fun story and even the bugs aren’t that bad.

Might & Magic: Chess Royale

Price: Free

Might & Magic: Chess Royale is a departure from the game’s usual genre. This is an auto chess game and it plays like most auto chess games. You drop into a 100-player battle royale and the winner is the last player standing. These games have reasonably good strategy elements and Might & Magic is no exception. Plus, you can collect a bunch of heroes from the iconic franchise and games only last a maximum of ten minutes. It’s far from perfect, but it’s an excellent start and a decent entrant into the growing genre.

Overdrive City

Price: Free to play

Overdrive City is a racing simulator similar in premise to Kairosoft’s Grand Prix Story. You create a company, manufacture cards, and race them to victory. The game includes 50 car models from brands you actually know, a bunch of vehicle customizations, and some other features as well. It also doesn’t take itself too seriously and you can do things like a build a city with racing asphalt roads. Finally, you get a career mode and there are some social elements as well. It’s a solid game overall.

Pico Tanks

Price: Free to play

Pico Tanks is an entertaining online battle game. You and other players join up against a team of opponents to see who can duke it out to victory. The game includes a few game modes such as a capture the flag variant, a standard deathmatch, and a neutral flag game where you fetch cargo and return it to your base. There are decent controls and aside from a few hiccups here and there, the game runs pretty well. We’re absolutely not fans of the game’s in-app purchase strategy, though, and we recommend bailing out if the pay-to-win aspects get too obnoxious.

Shadowgun War Games

Price: Free to play

Shadowgun War Games is the biggest game launch for February 2020. It’s by MADFINGER Games, the same developers of Dead Trigger, UNKILLED, and the other Shadowgun games. This one is similar in scope to online battlers like Overwatch. You select a character with unique abilities and use those abilities to gain an edge against opponents. Matches are relatively quick, the graphics are reasonably good, and the controls are classic mobile FPS. There is also hardware controller support if you want it. The game is very much still in the feedback and improvement stage so the Google Play rating is a bit lower than it probably should be. The game should definitely improve over time and it’s already pretty good now.

Sins Raid

Price: Free to play

Sins Raid is a second good strategy RPG from February 2020. Players can select their own heroes complete with team role, lore, and other stuff. Some other game features include decent controls, the ability to control multiple characters as once, solo game modes, multiplayer game modes, and even an official Discord server to talk with other players. There are some pay-to-win elements, but they’re easily enough to ignore if you stick with the single player modes.

Summer Catchers

Price: $ 3.99

Summer Catchers is the latest game from Noodlecake Studios, developers of Alto’s Odyssey. This one is a 2D side-scroller with platformer elements along with some rhythm game, puzzle, and racing elements. It’s a neat array of genres and the game includes all of them quite well. It feels more modern than its colorful retro graphics would suggest and players can unlock a bunch of abilities and such to get through the game easier. This is a premium game so there are no additional micro transactions. You can’t pay your way to the end of this one.

Symphogear XD Unlimited

Price: Free to play

Symphogear XD Unlimited is a weird mixture of mobile RPG and the anime idol genre. Players collect various anime girls and use them to beat up on opponents. The moves are hilariously over-the-top and the battle system is easy enough to learn. The game has some early optimization issues and long loading times. Plus, the cloud saving feature is very convoluted and we don’t know why since Google Play Games cloud saving exists. In any case, this one is quite entertaining if you like loud, flashy anime games with RPG elements.

If we missed any great new Android games, tell us about them in the comments! You can also click here to check out our latest Android apps and games lists!

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Google Play Pass games and apps: All titles announced so far (Updated)

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Update: December 6, 2019 (5:15 PM ET): Google just added ten more games and apps to its Play Pass subscription, including KLWP and KWGT. These are some of the best widget, live wallpaper, and overall customization apps you can get on Android, so this is exciting news. We have updated the list below to include these latest additions.

Original Article: September 23, 2019 (12:19 PM ET): The long-awaited Google Play Pass is here and with it a new way to enjoy apps and games from the Google Play Store. With nearly 400 ad-free Play Pass games and apps available, there’s sure to be something that piques your interest.

The titles included will expand over the coming months, but we’ve made a list of all games and apps currently announced for Google Play Pass below. Titles in bold are ones we recommend.

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Google Play Pass has a solid list of launch games from a variety of genres and publishers. Most of them are premium (paid) titles, but there are a few free-to-play games with ads and in-app purchases removed. Here’s a full list of what’s on tap, separated by genre as best we could.

Note: To cut down on the number of items in the list, all generic games have been removed. Rest assured that there are tons of word search, sudoku, jigsaw puzzle, and chess games, but they’re not in the list below.


  • Sorcery! 1, 2, 3, and 4
  • Old Man’s Journey
  • 80 Days
  • Lumino City
  • Swordigo
  • Jungle Adventures 1, 2, 3
  • NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits
  • Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
  • Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood
  • Gem Miner 2
  • Wayward Souls
  • Suzy Cube
  • Thimbleweed Park
  • 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure
  • Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride (Full)
  • The Bug Butcher
  • The Tiny Bang Story Premium
  • Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy
  • Red Ball 3: Jump for Love
  • Sally’s Law


  • Chameleon Run
  • Titan Quest
  • Lichtspeer
  • Farm Invasion USA
  • Touchgrind BMX 2
  • Touchgrind Skate 2
  • Pumped BMX 3
  • Space Marshals
  • Grimvalor
  • OTTTD: Over The Top TD
  • Annelids: Online Battle
  • Reckless Getaway
  • Reporter
  • Grand Action Simulator – New York Car Gang
  • Absolute Drift
  • Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition
  • Ninja Hero Cats
  • Sea Battle 2
  • Moto X3M Bike Race Game
  • What, The Fox?
  • Offroad Legends 2
  • Dual!
  • Smashy Road: Wanted
  • Smashy Road: Arena
  • Fancy Pants Adventures
  • Horror Hospital 2
  • Cubes
  • Pinball Flipper Classic 11in1


  • Stardew Valley
  • Terraria
  • Star Wars™: KOTOR
  • Magium
  • King of Dragon Pass
  • Evoland
  • Game Dev Tycoon
  • Hoplite
  • Tempest


  • Monument Valley 1, 2
  • ELOH
  • Bridge Constructor Portal
  • FRAMED 1 & 2
  • Agent A: A puzzle in disguise
  • Neighbours from Hell Season 1 & 2
  • Energy: Anti Stress Loops
  • Flow Free
  • Flow Free: Hexes
  • Flow Free: Warps
  • Red
  • Hocus.
  • Square Paint
  • HEX
  • Cut the Rope
  • Cut the Rope 2
  • Cut the Rope: Time Travel
  • Dumb Ways to Die 2
  • Vertical Adventure: Jump, Die, Retry
  • One More Line
  • The Tiny Bang Story
  • Death Squared
  • .projekt
  • Hidden Folks
  • Save the Puppies
  • NR Shooter
  • Connection
  • Shapes
  • Lines
  • Red Herring
  • Block Puzzle & Conquer
  • Number Mazes
  • Infinity Loop
  • Brain It On!
  • Decipher
  • What’s inside the box?
  • Harmony: Relaxing Music Puzzles


  • Reigns
  • Reigns: Her Majesty
  • Reigns: Game of Thrones
  • Mini Metro
  • Pocket City
  • This is the Police
  • Guns’n’Glory Heroes
  • Guns’n’Glory Zombies
  • Fiz: Brewery Management Game
  • Traffix
  • Risk
  • Tiny Guardians
  • Door Kickers
  • King’s League: Odyssey
  • The Battle of Polytopia
  • SpellForce – Heroes & Magic
  • Card Thief
  • Card Crawl
  • Drive Simulator
  • Door Kickers


  • Cytus II
  • Melobeat


  • Toca Nature
  • Toca Mystery House
  • Trivia 360
  • My Very Hungry Caterpillar
  • Power Girls Super City
  • StoryToys Rapunzel
  • Animal Puzzles for Kids
  • Code Karts Pre-coding for kids
  • Thomas & Friends: Race On!
  • Sago Mini Pet Cafe
  • Pet World Premium
  • Little Panda Fireman
  • Little Panda’s Jewel Adventure
  • Jurassic World
  • Kids Animals Jigsaw Puzzles
  • Learn to Read & Save Animals

Google Play Pass apps

The list of Google Play Pass apps is honestly pretty bloated, but there are a few useful productivity apps. Here’s the list for now, and we’ll update it as more apps are added to the service.

All apps:

  • AccuWeather: Daily Forecast & Live Weather Reports
  • Tunable: Music Practice Tools
  • ISS HD Live: View Earth Live
  • Pic Stitch – #1 Collage Maker
  • Daylio – Diary, Journal, Mood Tracker
  • Moon+ Reader Pro
  • All-In-One Calculator
  • Easy Voice Recorder Pro
  • jetAudio HD Music Player Plus
  • VivaVideo Pro Video Editor HD
  • Business Calendar Pro
  • White Noise
  • White Noise Generator
  • Ambience – Nature Sounds
  • Rain Sounds – Sleep & Relax
  • Relax Rain – Rain Sounds
  • Nature Sounds
  • Sleep Sounds
  • Unit Converter
  • TouchRetouch
  • MyTuner Radio App
  • Friendly for Facebook
  • Our Groceries Shopping List
  • Decision Roulette
  • GPS Status & Toolbox
  • Photo Editor
  • Podcast Go
  • Smart Recorder
  • Podcast Republic
  • Money Manager Expense & Budget
  • Cross DJ Pro
  • Quotes Creator
  • KWGT Kustom Widget Maker
  • KLWP Kustom Live Wallpaper Maker
  • Photo Studio Pro
  • CamtoPlan
  • Slow Motion Video FX
  • Hi-Q MP3 Voice Recorder (Pro)
  • Password Manager SafeInCloud Pro
  • Currency Converter Plus
  • Dictionary.com Premium
  • Infinite Painter
  • To Do List
  • Mix by Camera360
  • Sleepo
  • WebVideo Cast
  • Enpass Password Manager
  • LockMyPix Secret Photo Vault
  • FlipaClip: Cartoon Animation
  • Perfect Piano
  • Notebloc PDF Scanner
  • Fast Scanner
  • DataDex Pokedex
  • Real Guitar
  • Flashcards
  • Accurate Altimeter
  • PixelLab
  • Calls Blacklist – Call Blocker
  • Lexis Audio Editor
  • Phonograph Music Player
  • My Notes – Notepad
  • Voice changer with effects
  • Luci – Dream Journal
  • Weather Kitty
  • ArtFlow: Paint Draw Sketchbook
  • Diaro – Diary, Journal, Notes, Mood Tracker
  • Pixel Art: Color by Number
  • Rain Alarm

What are your favorite Google Play Pass games and apps? Let us know in the comments below!

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10 best fighting games for Android

soulcalibur best fighting games for android
Fighting games may not be the most popular genre anymore, but the people who still love the genre are among the most loyal of any gamers. Unfortunately, fighting games haven’t been as rampant on Android as many would’ve hoped and there aren’t many amazing options available. That said, we found some of the best fighting games for Android that we’d like to share with you.

brothers clash of fighters best fighting games for androidBrothers: Clash of Fighters

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Brothers: Clash of Fighters is a simplistic fighting game where you must knock out your opponent. Matches take place in a variety of arenas and the controls are easy enough to learn. It boasts mostly fictional characters and the game revolves almost entirely around strike moves as there really isn’t a grapple function available in the game. It features arcade mode, tournament mode, combos, finishers, and daily quests to give you something to do. It’s a decent fighter if you don’t mind simplicity.

Get it now on Google Play!

fighting tiger liberal best fighting games for androidFighting Tiger – Liberal

[Price: Free]
Fighting Tiger – Liberal is a free fighting game that plays a little bit like an action game. You start in an area and you must beat up a number of opponents instead of just one. The mechanics are predominately fighting with grapples, special moves, and combos to help you along the way. It also features a number of fighting styles, weapons, and more that you can use to beat up the bad guys. It has a campaign mode where you must save your girlfriend and fight for your life to survive. Not bad for a completely free game.

Get it now on Google Play!

injustice gods among us best fighting games for androidInjustice: Gods Among Us

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Injustice: Gods Among Us has been one of the most popular fighting games out there for a couple of years now. In the game, you grab a team of your favorite DC Comics characters and take on opponents. Your team consists of three heroes and you battle until your whole team is exhausted. The controls kind of suck as you’ll only be required to pay attention long enough to swipe and tap (similar to Mortal Kombat X), but at least there is a ton of content to keep you busy. If you require combos and controls, you’ll likely want to avoid this one.

Get it now on Google Play!

iron kill robot fighting game best fighting games for androidIron Kill: Robot Fighting Game

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Iron Kill: Robot Fighting Game has been around for a while and has a bit of a lame name, but it’s a decent fighter. It allows you to pick a robot and go head to head against other robots. Much like the fighting games of old, there is a branched storyline you can play through. You can also level up your robot to become more powerful. It has a variety of events, including league wars, restricted fights, and limited time events to keep things interesting. It’s not the most complex game ever, but it’s definitely serviceable.

Get it now on Google Play!

punch boxing 3d best fighting games for androidPunch Boxing 3D

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Punch Boxing 3D is the first of a few boxing games on this list which are technically fighting games. As with most boxing games, the game play is a bit slower than combo fighters and you rely more on block and strike moves rather than movement. The graphics are alright and the controls seem to function as intended which makes this a solid game to try out. You can level up your character by fighting at the gym and there are a variety of accessories you can unlock as well. It’s a bit simple, but still fun.

Get it now on Google Play!

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real boxing 2 rocky best fighting games for androidReal Boxing 2 Rocky

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Real Boxing 2 Rocky is the successor to the hit boxing title Real Boxing. The mechanics and graphics are on par, if not slightly improved over the original game in the series. In this one, you have the added bonus of being able to play as Rocky Balboa which is nice for fans of the movies. The game features boss fights, various boxing styles, unlockable items to improve your performance, the ability to create your own fighter, and real-time PvP against online opponents.

Get it now on Google Play!

real steel best fighting games for androidReal Steel series

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Real Steel is a series of fighting games by Reliance Big Entertainment. As the name subtly suggests, these games have you fighting robots against each other. There are three games in the series in total and they’re all still getting regular updates from developers which is a really good sign. These games feature online PvP mode, dozens of robots to choose from, and a variety of game modes and types for you to engage with. It’s a pretty good fighting game series and it’s worth checking out.

Get it now on Google Play!

samurai showdown ii best fighting games for androidSamurai Showdown II

[Price: $ 2.99]
Samurai Showdown II is one of the few “pure” combo fighting games on Android. It has a single cost so there are no freemium traps to get boggled up in. It comes with 15 characters that you can play with along with an expansive list of movies, special moves, and other mechanics. It also has two control schemes so you can play casually or for real if you prefer. It also comes with local online multiplayer over Bluetooth if your friends have the game installed. It’s a classic and, along with SOULCALIBUR, are the only two console ported fighting games worth playing until the developers of Street Fighter IV release the game worldwide.

Get it now on Google Play!

snk playmore the king of fighters best fighting games for androidSNK Playmore collection

[Price: Free with in-app purchases, Free, $ 2.99]
SNK Playmore is a developer studio that has a history of releasing decent fighting games. Their series, known as The King of Fighters, has a number of good games in the series, listed by year. You can pick up The King of Fighters 97, 98, 2012, and 2012(F), denote a free version of the game. All four titles are solid fighting games that hold true to the traditional fighters such as Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. Each one has its own set of mechanics, characters, and storylines to play through. Click the link below to check out SNK Playmore’s entire collection!

Get it now on Google Play!

soul calibur best fighting games for androidSOULCALIBUR

[Price: $ 13.99]
SOULCALIBUR is a classic console fighting game from one of the better fighting game franchises that ever existed. This is a complete port of the first installment of the series and features all of the characters, game modes, storyline, and controls from the first game. The touch screen controls work well and it doesn’t take long until you’re belting out combos. The five game modes and 19-character cast helps keep it interesting. It’s one of the more faithful console ports that we’ve ever seen and it’s worth a shot if you don’t mind the price.

Get it now on Google Play!

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10 best offline Android games

A lot of Android games depend on a mobile data connection. Whether it’s downloading stuff from the server like Clash of Clans, or using it for DRM protection like most Final Fantasy games, it seems like virtually every game is asking you to be within close proximity of a web connection just to make the game run. Not everyone has that luxury so here are ten of the best offline Android games that don’t require a connection to play. If none of these are floating your boat, Google Play has lists for offline games, offline action games, offline simulation games, offline puzzle games, offline casino games, and offline sports games for your convenience. Of course, if we missed your favorite offline Android games, tell us about them in the comments!

BADLAND best offline android gamesBADLAND

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
BADLAND is first on our list and this is about as great of a time waster as you can get. It’s a 2D runner where you must progress forward faster than the screen or else you’ll be consumed and lose. The game features silhouetted graphics and colorful backdrops which look fantastic. There is also a local multiplayer, a sizable single player with over 100 levels, and there is even a level creation tool to let you make your own levels that you can share. There’s a lot here and it’s worth a play.

Get it now on Google Play!

final fantasy 4 best offline android gamesFinal Fantasy III, IV, and V

[Price: $ 15.99 each]
Square Enix has been back and forth when it comes to online DRM checking, but you can play a few Final Fantasy games offline provided that you’ve logged into them at least once with an Internet connection. Final Fantasy games offer more than 20 hours of game play per title along with deep story lines, various types of character development, and more. They’re not the most exciting games, but fans of the series generally play them for their stories. They cost $ 15.99 each which is rather steep, but you’re definitely getting a lot of content from each game.

Get it now on Google Play!

Kingdom Rush Frontiers best offline android gamesKingdom Rush Frontiers

[Price: $ 1.99]
Kingdom Rush Frontiers is the latest title in the popular tower defense franchise and probably the best one as well. It includes a ton of missions that you can complete over three difficulties and three different game modes (Classic, Iron, and Heroic), boss fights, over a dozen towers and heroes, upgrades, and the game even includes a built-in encyclopedia to help your strategies. It’s a fun experience and a must have for tower defense fans looking for offline Android games.

Get it now on Google Play!

Limbo best offline android gamesLimbo

[Price: $ 4.99]
Limbo is a unique, 2D puzzle game where you must use elements of your environment to solve puzzles and progress forward as you look for your sister in the world of Limbo. The graphics are creepy, silhouetted, and monochrome which adds to the ambiance of the game. You’ll likely be killed a lot by bullets, water, electricity or some combination of all three and it’s a great way to spend an afternoon. The only potential downside is the length of the game because it’s not all that long.

Get it now on Google Play!

Minecraft best offline android gamesMinecraft Pocket Edition

[Price: $ 6.99]
Minecraft may not have story lines, but if you want the biggest bang for your buck then it’s probably this game. You can create whole worlds and play in them offline either in creative mode or survival where you can build stuff, mine stuff, kill bad guys, and do pretty much whatever you want. It’s not as big and immersive as the computer version but the developers have been closing the gap by adding things like Redstone for more unique building. It’s $ 6.99 but there are no in-app purchases.

Get it now on Google Play!

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smash hit best offline android gamesSmash Hit

[Price: Free / $ 1.99]
Smash Hit is one of the beautifully done infinite runners out there. It’s a first-person runner where you must throw balls to break obstacles in your path. The catch-22 is that the number of balls in your inventory is also your life total and you lose balls when you’re hit by anything. The muted, smokey colors and unique mechanics give this a wholly different feel from similar games in the genre. It’s free to play with $ 1.99 being to unlock extra goodies like saving, stats, and more.

Get it now on Google Play!

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic best offline android gamesStar Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

[Price: $ 9.99]
Star Wars: Knighs of the Old Republic is an action RPG that was ported to Android from PC. The mechanics are a little stiff, but it has a very long story line complete with all kinds of goodies to collect and alternate endings depending on the decisions you make while playing. The graphics are pretty decent, it has support for third party controllers, and the game also comes with Google Play Games achievements. It’s as big game with a lot of content and it should last you a long time.

Get it now on Google Play!

the room 3 best offline android gamesThe Room 3

[Price: $ 4.99]
The Room 3 is the latest iteration from The Room franchise and it’s the best one yet. It has crisp, gorgeous graphics, unique puzzles, and new elements added to help you solve puzzles that weren’t present in older games. It is a bit short, but this time around the developers have added things like alternate endings which add replay value to make the game longer than prior titles. It also doesn’t have any in-app purchases, supports Google Play Games features (cloud saving and achievements). Do be warned, though, that offline players won’t be able to use the Google Play features.

Get it now on Google Play!

World of Goo best offline android gamesWorld of Goo

[Price: $ 4.99]
World of Goo is a unique puzzle game where you must build bridges using bits of goo in order to make it to the end. The challenge is using your goo to its fullest potential and getting enough of it across to the other side to earn a 3-star rating all while getting around the game’s physics. There is also a freestyle mode where you try to build the tallest tower that you can and your results are stacked up against players from all around the world. It’s a simple puzzle game, but it’s hard to complete and the mechanics are solid. Best of all, there are no in-app purchases.

Get it now on Google Play!

XCOM Enemy Within best offline android gamesXCOM Enemy Within

[Price: $ 9.99]
XCOM: Enemy Within is a tactical strategy game where you must move around the map taking down aliens that are trying to kill you. The graphics are really good and the game play is easy to learn. The game itself is rather difficult and should provide a decent challenge in order to complete the whole thing. You’ll also get to research alien tech in order to make yourself stronger and you can upgrade and recruit new team members as well. There is also multiplayer for when you get a web connection again. There are no in-app purchases with XCOM.

Get it now on Google Play!

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Newest Humble Bundle offers up 10 great titles from Tin Man Games

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The latest Humble Mobile Bundle has just been announced, this time bringing you ten awesome gamebooks from developer Tin Man Games. Incorporating elements of the “choose your own adventure” genre and a standard RPG, all ten of these gamebooks feature in-depth storylines and addictive gameplay. Each one of these games are normally offered for upwards of $ 4 in the Google Play Store, so this Humble Bundle is definitely worth it.

If you’d like to pay whatever amount of money you’d like, you’ll get your hands on these four games:

  • Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106
  • Slaves of Rema
  • Siege of the Necromancer
  • An Assassin in Orlandes

To get the next four games, you’ll need to pay more than the average price (currently $ 5.80):

  • Trial of the Clone
  • Curse of the Assassin
  • Fighting Fantasy: Caverns of the Snow Witch
  • Sultans of Rema

These last two games can be yours if you pay over $ 9:

  • Ryan North’s To Be or Not To Be
  • Fighting Fantasy: Starship Traveller

As always, more games will be added within the next week, making this deal even more valuable. All of the games being offered are DRM-free and you can decide how your purchase is divided between Tin Man Games, charity and the Humble Bundle team. And if you spend $ 35 or more on this bundle, not only will you get the games listed above, but you’ll also receive a Tin Man Games t-shirt and button. Not bad at all!

Head to the source link below if you’re interested in checking out this bundle.

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Atari releases a fitness app that aims to motivate you with games

Atari Fit

Atari, the widely popular video game pioneer, has just entered the fitness market with its new app, Atari Fit. The new application, which is out now on Android and iOS, aims to motivate players to work out by offering points to unlock classic Atari games.

The goal of this fitness app is simple: follow daily tips and exercise routines the best you can to raise your fitness level. The higher your level increases, the more points you’ll earn towards playing games like Pong, Super Breakout and Centipede. You can compete to climb up the leaderboards, workout together with friends from across the world, and even race against other like-minded fitness folks.

The app includes over 100 fitness exercises including full-body circuits and running programs, which are certified by Michael Porter, a National Academy of Sports Medicine-certified personal trainer. The app can connect to Google Fit, Runkeeper and Facebook to help build your fully functional log-book, which will help you increase your Atari Fit experience level. It also tracks your distance, speed and calories burned while exercising.

Here are a few more notable features the app offers:

  • Track wearable health and fitness devices such as Fitbit and Jawbone by connecting to Google Fit and earn in-game rewards.
  • Post accomplishments to Twitter and Facebook at the end of every workout, detailing achievements and personal bests and making fitness fun with friends. See your friends and encourage each other to workout!
  • Motivate and challenge yourself by following daily tips and a multitude of exercise routines or custom programs while tracking distance, speed, pace and calories burned.

We’re not sure if Atari’s motivation structure is capable of starting a fitness revolution, but the idea is certainly a nice change of pace. Note that since this is a brand new app, there are quite a few release date bugs so far. A handful of users are having trouble connecting to their Runkeeper and Google Fit accounts, so hopefully Atari can get those ironed out soon. If you’d like to try the app out for yourself, head to the link below.

Get it on Google Play

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10 best indie Android apps and Android games of 2014

Best indie android apps and games 2014
As many of our regular readers know, we here at Android Authority do an indie app of the day to show off some of the good stuff that smaller developer studios (and individuals) are doing. Many of them are very good attempts but seem to be missing a little something to make them truly great but every now and then something truly special comes across the desk. In this roundup, we’ll take a look at ten of those truly special indie Android apps and games from 2014.

BitLit best Indie Android appsBitLit

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
BitLit the app still has some work that needs to be done but the premise is one of the most promising of any indie app I reviewed this year. BitLit lets you scan your bookshelf (read: physical books) and tries to find you free versions of those books in ebook format or at least tries to find them for you super cheap so you can digitize your book collection. They have a long, steep road ahead of them but the idea is just fantastic and the app is free to try if you’re interested.
Get it on Google Play
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buff knight best indie android apps and android gamesBuff Knight

[Price: Free / $ 0.99]
Buff Knight is a fun, albeit short game that mixes the infinite runner-style game play with a few RPG elements. There are two modes of game play and as you play, you unlock new items, collect gold, tap fairies, and kill bad guys. Both the free and paid version contains the core game with the paid version removing advertisements. There is also Google Play Games achievements for those who want that. It’s not a very long game but it was developed by just one guy so it’s forgivable. We hope to see a Buff Knight 2 someday.
Get it on Google Play
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brilliant quotes best indie android appsBrilliant Quotes and Quotations

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
It’s hard to believe that we’re talking about a quotes app in 2014 but alas Brilliant Quotes and Quotations did well enough to get a mention here. The app is solidly designed with a calm brown and gray layout and contains 3600 quotes from over 260 visionaries. That’s roughly one quote a day for just under 10 years. It’s free with in app purchases if you’re interested and sometimes we could all use a word of wisdom.
Get it on Google Play
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complete ear trainer best indie android apps and gamesComplete Ear Trainer

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Complete Ear Trainer is a niche application but one that really stood out in terms of its solid design standard and unique blend of app and game. It is a reference app that teaches people how to tune and identify music notes by ear. It utilizes 150 drills over four levels and 28 chapters. However, it also has things like Google Play Games achievements and other backend elements that make it feel more like a game than a learning app. We really liked that hybrid combo and it brings a really special experience to those who use this app.
Get it on Google Play
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godville best indie android apps and gamesGodville

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Godville is a unique text-based game where you play the roll of God and you watch over a warrior. The warrior “tweets” his thoughts and adventures and you read them and react. You can perform miracles, punishments, and try to control the character. He may or may not listen and you may punish or reward him accordingly. There is no game play whatsoever so it may bore some people but it’s still very interesting and surprisingly fun considering that you don’t actually have to do anything.
Get it on Google Play
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oops applock best indie android apps and android gamesOops! AppLock

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Oops! AppLock is a very unique security application. What it does is lock selected applications behind a fake splash screen and the only way to unlock it is to enter the code. The code can be set by the user and uses the volume keys. An example of a code would be volume up, volume up, volume down, volume down. Users can create their own custom images that pop up or leave them as they are to make unsuspecting nosy people think the app froze or crashed. It’s a little rough around the edges but effective.
Get it on Google Play
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Payback 2 best indie android apps and android gamesPayback 2

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Payback 2 is a perfect example of what happens when you base your game around the idea of having constant chaos. Players can play online or solo in various game modes such as races and all out deathmatches. Each match takes place in an open world that players can actively explore although it’s not always recommended because usually other players are trying to kill you. There is a variety of weapons and vehicles as well as weekly, daily, and hourly challenges to try to keep things fresh.
Get it on Google Play
Payback 2 best indie android apps and android games

potential beta best indie android apps and android gamesPotential beta

[Price: Free]
Potential Beta is an Android app that allows you to sync the Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and battery status across all of your devices. You can also toggle Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on those other devices if you so choose which is a nice touch. This is definitely a fun management app if you have multiple devices, has a decent design, and it’s also free. Recent updates also added Android Wear support, a Chrome extension, and more.
Get it on Google Play
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roughanimator best indie android apps and gamesRoughAnimator

[Price: $ 1.99]
RoughAnimator has been a favorite of mine since I reviewed it. It’s a drawing app that lets you draw the various frames in an animation then put them together to create a short animated video. It works best on tablets and large phones (and with a stylus). It has a host of basic animation features and in many cases, the biggest limitation is only your imagination. It’s not a professional grade animation app but it definitely comes closer than pretty much everything else in the Play Store right now.
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stuffmerge best indie android apps and gamesStuffMerge Clipboard Composer

[Price: Free]
Last up this year is StuffMerge Clipboard Composer. This new and unique take on the copy/paste mechanism allows you to compose notes and lists using the stuff that you copy around your device. Then you can choose to send or share that note or list to others via the usual sources. It’s definitely a niche app but the frequent copy/paster can find a lot of uses for an app like this. It’s also totally free so it doesn’t hurt to check it out.
Get it on Google Play
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Wrap up

If we missed any lesser known, indie Android apps or Android games, let us know in the comments!

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The best new Android apps and games from October 2014

It’s the end of October and we hope everyone has/had a safe and fun Halloween! We’re getting into November, the weather is getting colder for some (warmer for others) and it’s time to round up the best new Android apps and games from October of 2014!

Camera51 Android appsCamera51

[Price: Free]
First up is Camera51. This unique camera app is for those out there are not the best photographers. It uses a built-in algorithm that helps people take better pictures by suggesting where they hold the camera when they hit the shutter button. It does use quite a bit of CPU because it is making a lot of computations and it’s not recommended if you have an older or a low end device. It is free with no in app purchases and that’s always good news too.
Get it on Google Play

djay 2 android appsdjay 2

[Price: $ 2.99]
djay 2 is already intensely popular on iOS and it’s finally been released on Android as well. It comes with a lot of features and it’s actually quite a bit of fun to use. There is also Spotify support if you use that and it’s $ 2.99 with no in app purchases. Some reviewers have commented that they wish there were more features so it may not be the best tool for professionals but for average people, it’s more than they had before.
Get it on Google Play

Dragon Quest II android appsDragon Quest II

[Price: Free]
Square Enix has been borderline ferocious when it comes to re-releasing their old library on Android. One such example is Dragon Quest II which was released this last month. It’s a jRPG originally released by Enix back before they merged with Squaresoft. It has charming retro graphics and one of the more reasonable price tags for a Square Enix title on Android. If you’re a fan of old school jRPGs then you’ll definitely want to check out Dragon Quest II and possibly even their other Dragon Quest re-releases.
Get it on Google Play
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es chromecast plugin android appsES Chromecast Plugin

[Price: Free]
ES Chromecast Plugin is a free plugin in the Google Play Store that grants Chromecast support to the venerable ES File Explorer. It’s a very simple process. You just download and install the plugin through the Google Play Store and you’ll magically have Chromecast support in the regular ES File Explorer app. If you use ES and you have a Chromecast, you should also have this app installed.
Get it on Google Play
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inbox by gmail android appsInbox by Gmail

[Price: Free]
It’s true that Inbox by Gmail is still invite only but invites seem to be getting handed out at ever increasing rates so it won’t be long before everyone has one who wants one. Google’s latest take on email is definitely unique and so far has had polarizing reviews. Some think it’s too cluttered and busy while others love the re-design and functionality. It’s too soon to tell if this is going to be awesome or a bust but for right now it’s pretty awesome.
Get it on Google Play

Journey & Notes android appsJourney & Notes

[Price: Free]
Journey & Notes is one of two applications released by Microsoft. This one is a social media application that’s kind of like Foursquare but focuses on the journey instead of the destination. Like if you were going from the store to the post office, you could check in that you’re making that trip with your preferred mode of transportation. Then other people who take that trip can see any tips or comments you made. It’s not all that much yet but it looks like it could be a lot of fun someday and it’s free so it doesn’t hurt to check it out.
Get it on Google Play

Material Wallpapers Android appsMaterial Wallpapers (Android L)

[Price: Free]
Material Wallpapers is a simple little application that gives you Material Design inspired wallpapers and a few official wallpapers from Lollipop and the Nexus 6. It’s free with no in app purchases so the lack of content shouldn’t make anyone mad. There isn’t much else to say about it. If you’re looking for some Material style wallpapers then try this one out.
Get it on Google Play
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Next Lock Screen android appsNext Lock Screen

[Price: Free]
The other Microsoft app released this last month is Next Lock Screen. It appears over the stock Android lock screen and it’s kind of like Microsoft’s take on Dashclock widget. It’s fairly functional but there are a few things missing here and there that will probably get fixed and improved in future updates. It is free with no in app purchases so it doesn’t cost anything to check it out. Don’t forget that Microsoft did an Android Wear app this month also called Torque that was pretty fun.
Get it on Google Play

nhl 2k android appsNHL 2K

[Price: $ 7.99 with in app purchases]
NHL 2K was released by 2K Games this last month and it’s probably the most complete hockey game available right now. It’s a little expensive and there are in app purchases but hockey fans really don’t have any other solid options when it comes to a hockey experience on Android. There are several game modes including a couple of fast play arcade modes and a career mode. It also features updated rosters which is always a good thing for a sports game.
Get it on Google Play

NotiWidget Android appsNotiWidget – Notifications

[Price: $ 1.26]
NotiWidget is a fun application that helps you use notifications on virtually any screen on your device. There is a widget that can be placed on any home screen and on the lock screen which mimics Android Lollipop functionality. There is also a Daydream mode so you can check notifications there as well. The developer has been quite active in fixing bugs and making it more solid and so far the general consensus is that this app is pretty awesome and $ 1.26 isn’t a bad price.
Get it on Google Play

Ready Contact List Android appsReady Contact List

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
Ready Contact List is an attempted redesign of the contacts app and dialer app. It features some pleasant visuals, some interesting features, and even themes if you get the pro version through in app purchases. You can even do things like check your email between you and one of your contacts while you wait for them to pick up the phone and you have options to further engage with contacts after you hang up the phone. It’s free to use so there’s no harm in checking it out.
Get it on Google Play

Republique Android appsRépublique

[Price: $ 2.99 with in app purcahses]
République is a new game out this month and it’s probably the best one this list. It features very impressive graphics and game play mechanics as well as a genuinely interesting story line. It uses the Walking Dead-style episodes so you’ll get the first episode when you download the app and you’ll have to buy episodes two and three as in app purchases. So far people seem to really like it and it’s made by the same people who worked on titles like Metal Gear Solid, Halo, and F.E.A.R. It looks very impressive and it’s worth a second look.
Get it on Google Play

talon for twitter android appsTalon for Twitter

[Price: $ 3.99]
Some sad news earlier this month was that Talon for Twitter reached its token limit and that no new people could get it. Some good news is that the developers have released a sequel to Talon for Twitter and it’s called the same thing. This version is for devices running Lollipop only because it has a lot of Material Design and Android 5.0 stuff that isn’t backwards compatible. Once you get Android Lollipop and you start looking for a Twitter client, keep Talon for Twitter in mind because it’s pretty good.
Get it on Google Play

Wrap up

If we missed any awesome Android apps or games that were released in October of 2014, let us know in the comments!

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