A new smartphone means a host of possibilities. While there's the Internet at your disposal all the time, one cannot deny the fact that the smartphone also supports a host of apps ranging from productivity to gaming.
Keeping our concerns stuck to gaming for the time being, the Android gaming sector has evolved drastically with the arrival of new smartphones with heightened specs and hi-def support. And we can't even imagine where the industry goes from here.
There are a host of games that caught our attention this October. And here's a look at the best 5 among the ones that were released this past month.
What do you get when you combine a terrier, an evil squirrel wearing a monocle and time travel? Well, Doggins of course. Unravel a plot to destroy the history of human invention while sniffing around for clues. You will love this if you love dogs and anything to do with time travel.
République is the newest stealth game that everyone's talking about. Currently available for download via the Google Play store, players kick it off by receiving a call from Hope, a woman trapped inside a mysterious totalitarian state. And did we mention, the game requires to be a pro in hacking.
Angry Birds and Transformers collide in this new action-packed, 3D shoot ‘em up adventure! The EggSpark has transformed the eggs into crazed robots who are destroying Piggy Island. It's now upto the Autobirds to dish out some hate against the evil.
This one is for die-hard South Park fans. Players join Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, and Butters in two pinball tables that's inspired by our favorite mountain town. You even get to meet characters from the show, like Chef, Terrance and Phillip, Mr. Hankey, and even the famous ManBearPig. This one is a must if you call yourself a South Park-addict.
Here's a new Rovio game that isn't necessarily an Angry Bird. Called Retry, this 8-bit airplane maneuvering game will have you doing dips and dives, and almost anything else to complete each level without crashing. And as you may know from the name, the game is harder than you think. But a great download, nonetheless.