Geometry Dash is a classic platformer in many senses: You run along platforms, jumping like mad to avoid obstacles. It also shows why this is such an enduring class of games, with its intuitive one-button controls (jump), its extreme difficulty, and its sheer addictiveness.
Some of the most addictive games are the simplest to explain. In Ins and Outs, all you have to do is "just" draw a loop so that some blocks are in, and others are out. And it's pure magic. Read on for our full review.
Every now and then, there comes a game that blows you out of the water. Literally, this time: Ridiculous Fishing is a game where you fish, then haul your catch up to the surface, then... blow it all to bits and pieces. The weirdest part? It's just crazy addictive.
Music! Such a vital part of our everyday lives.Android offers numerous ways to enjoy music, some US-only, some international. Below you can find three (and a half) channels bursting with apps for music lovers to explore. Let's dive in!
Cartoonish violence, a great soundtrack, excellent visuals, and simple gameplay - Daddy Was a Thief has it all. If you enjoy endless runner games, this is one unique take on the genre you simply have to try. Read on for our full review.
Remember those old-time aquarium screensavers? You know the ones -- those lovely fish serenely swimming across your monitor, pecking at algae and generally having a good time in a "life-like" simulation of the real thing? Ever wonder why there weren't any sharks there?
Like Scrabble and Words With Friends? Well, chances are you're going to love Ruzzle. It's a fast and fun word game you can play with your Twitter followers, Facebook friends, or just random people. And it has some pretty good defenses against cheating, too. Read the full review.
Life can get hectic. Meetings, deadlines, pressure, decisions to make, ugh. So it's nice to be able to grab your phone for a few moments and just get away from it all. In this roundup you'll find three lovely channels full of mellow apps. No zombies included.
We recently got a chance to chat with Pimm Hogeling, creator of beautifully minimalistic timer app Ovo. Pimm shared some of his thoughts about making a living as a developer, and looking at Android apps as more of an art form than a business. Read on for the complete interview.
When a mutant virus erupts and turns everyone into brainless maniacs, the solution is pretty simple: Kill, kill, and kill some more. That's what you'll be doing in Dead Trigger 2, one of the most impressive first-person shooters available on Android today. Read on for our full review.
Do you like glowing, neon games? Do you enjoy the occasional brain teaser? If so, you should definitely check out our full-length review of Kunundrum, a fun, dynamic puzzle game.
Skip from planet to planet, collect little stars along the way, and try not to miss. That pretty much sums up Little Galaxy, but it neglects to mention the game's utterly charming graphics -- the main reason you're going to want to play it, really. Read our full review to see more.
Retro-pixel graphics? Check. Scary enemies? Check. An RPG leveling system? Check. Pixel Kingdom has all the makings of a game you could waste hours playing. Read our full review to see what makes it so great.
From visual tweaks to any ROM, to suspending battery-sucking apps in the background... your imagination is the limit, really. If your phone isn't rooted yet, these will show you why it should be.
Google is not the only one creating Holo apps: Developers are racing to offer their apps using this elegant new aesthetic, and Playboard's curators have been busy compiling channels of some of the best holo apps around. Let's check out three of the best Holo channels around:
Picking the right launcher isn't easy, and you'll probably have to switch between several launchers until you find one that really works for you. Here are three channels that will help you narrow down your choices.
As a rule, I don't like freemium titles - they tend to be annoying. And I don't consider myself as much of an RPG player. And yet, I find myself hooked on Reaper, a battle RPG from Hexage. What makes this game so great? Read our full review to find out.
A game with no graphics. I don't mean "basic graphic" - I mean a blank, black screen. No buttons, no art, nothing. Just blackness. And the funny thing is, it's actually pretty great. Read on for our full review.
Whether it's through a Wi-Fi connection or a cellular data connection, there is a constant flow of data between the device and the Internet. That is, until the connection breaks for some reason... and the games you love stop working.
If you like Words with Friends or any other game that has to do with finding words, I suspect you'll have fun with Spelltower. Read on for our full-length review!