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[New Game] SNK Playmore’s Original Metal Slug Comes To Android With Guns… Lots Of Guns

unnamed (5)If you’re of the opinion that games these days are entirely too easy, what with automatic saves, regenerating health, and veritable labyrinths of handy chest-high walls, then you’ll want to pick up side-scrolling classic Metal Slug. It harkens back to a simpler time (namely 1996) when men were men, women were women, and gigantic tanks bristling with missile launchers were waiting at the end of every level.

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If you’re unfamiliar with Metal Slug (and didn’t pick up the somewhat more modern Metal Slug 3 when it came to the Play Store earlier this year) it’s a side-scrolling shooter in the vein of Contra.

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56 Best New Android Games From The Last 3 Weeks (11/20/12 – 12/12/12)

gameroundup_icon_largeWelcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 3 weeks or so.

This edition focuses only on new games. The app roundup is coming up soon.

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Featured App

The Tiny Bang Story

Today’s roundup is sponsored by The Tiny Bang Story by Herocraft. Your hero is assigned with rebuilding his miniature planet, but this is no Sim-style game – it’s an old-school point-and-click adventure through and through.

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55 Best New Android Games From The Last 3 Weeks (11/20/12 – 12/12/12)

gameroundup_icon_largeWelcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 3 weeks or so.

This edition focuses only on new games. The app roundup is coming up soon.

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Featured App

The Tiny Bang Story

Today’s roundup is sponsored by The Tiny Bang Story by Herocraft. Your hero is assigned with rebuilding his miniature planet, but this is no Sim-style game – it’s an old-school point-and-click adventure through and through.

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55 Best New Android Games From The Last 3 Weeks (11/20/12 – 12/12/12) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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[Game] The Tiny Bang Story on sale for limited Time

If you are big into puzzle games wrapped up with a story line and a mix of hidden object awesomeness, then you need to pick up The Tiny Bang Story. In short your home planet gets crushed by an asteroid. It crushes your world into a bunch of little puzzle pieces. It is your job to travel around your tiny little planet solving puzzles and collecting pieces of  it during your adventure. It offers up five distinct chapters and over 30 challenging brain teaser puzzles. All the levels and interactions are hand drawn art with some beautiful graphics. It was well worth the $2.99 they started offering it at, but is even more appealing at $0.99 right now.

The game is pretty addictive ones you get going. You will find yourself scouring the screen for hours looking for the one little piece of the missing puzzle. I know there were plenty of times where I just had to put the game down and start fresh later. Just check out the little game trailer below for a better look.

The music you were just listening to is also part of the game. Each of the districts has its own mellow musical score attached. It helps keep your frustrations down and mind focused. If you haven’t picked this one up yet, you really should. It is pretty darn good. Simply click or scan the QR code below and get to it.

Application: The Tiny Bang Story
Developer: HeroCraft Ltd
Cost: $0.99

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The Tiny Bang Story On Sale For Just $0.99 Through Google Play, Limited Time Only

If you haven’t jumped onto The Tiny Bang Story yet because of that intimidating $3 price tag, then might I suggest getting it right now for just a $1? Fantastic price for a fantastic game. The game is based on puzzles and features an incredibly in-depth story full of awesome characters and beautiful graphics.  The game is [...]

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35 Best New Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (10/24/12 – 11/6/12)

gameroundup_icon_largeWelcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

This edition focuses only on new games. The app roundup is coming up soon.

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Featured App

The Tiny Bang Story

Android Police coverage: HeroCraft’s ‘The Tiny Bang Story’ Sheds Xperia Exclusivity, Now Available For Other Devices

Today’s roundup is sponsored by The Tiny Bang Story by Herocraft.

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Building 44 gets the ‘Tiny Planet’ treatment courtesy of Photo Sphere

Though Android 42 contains a number of improvements to the Jelly bean operating system, one of the most notable new features is Photo Sphere. The new photo mode expands on Ice Cream Sandwich’s panorama functionality by allowing users to capture a full 360 degree view of the world around them. With folks just starting to get their hands on the improved Android 4.2 camera, we’re sure to see our fair share of Photo Sphere images over the coming weeks, but we couldn’t help but share these shots of Building 44, the Android headquarters at the Googleplex, captured by Thomas Devaux.

In one image we see the entire Android dessert lineup stationed on the Google lawn, the other reproduces the same image in a more extreme way, warping the scene into a literal sphere in the style of popular video game Tiny Planet. There are some spots in the pics where the stitching together of images looks a little off, but they remain pretty cool examples of what is possible with the Photo Sphere capabilities of Android 4.2, the same sorts of photos that Google will allow users to contribute to Google Maps Street View.

Anyone else out there have any cool Photo Sphere images of their own? We’d love to seem them!

 


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Take that linear algebra to go: Intel’s 48-core chip targeting smartphones and tablets

Take that linear algebra to go Intel's 48core chip targeting smartphones and tablets

Intel’s taking its 48-core processor and applying it to a field beyond academia: the world of mobile electronics. The company this morning announced intentions to slip the 48-core bad boy into future tablets and smartphones (emphasis on future), with CTO Justin Rattner saying the mobile implementation could arrive “much sooner” than the 10-year window predicted by researchers.

Aside from the thrilling world of linear algebra and fluid dynamics that the chipset is currently used for, Intel says it could offload processor-intensive functions across several cores, effectively speeding up various functions (say, video streaming). The availability of so many cores also means faster multitasking possibilities than the current dual- or quad-core offerings in modern smartphones and tablets — just imagine a world where two Angry Birds games can run simultaneously in the background without affecting the paradoxical game of Tiny Wings you decided to play instead. Hey, we understand — it’s just a better bird game. No big. Sadly, few software developers are crafting their wares (warez?) to take advantage of multi-core processing as is, so it’s gonna take more than just the existence of Intel’s 48-core chip to make its vision a reality.

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For The Casual Gamer: The Tiny Bang Story

The Tiny Bang Story takes place on Tiny Planet, which is a beautifully steampunk inspired world that had been decimated by a most recent asteroid strike. The goal of the game is to help rebuild the beautiful steampunk planet and restore it to its former glory that it once had before the asteroid strike. To do this, you’ll be able to hunt down a various amount of hidden items, solve complicated puzzles and also have to overcome some seriously frustrating brain teasers. I wasn’t entirely sure whether to write about this for today’s episode of “For The Casual Gamer,” as the brain teasers are actually quite hard and will take some time to complete. As you can see, I did go ahead and write about it, but be warned, this game isn’t just casual, it’s addicting too.

The Tiny Bang Story takes place across five different chapters. What’s cool about these chapters is that each one has their very own hand-drawn location. Along with that, a really good soundtrack for the game was created and all equals to an extremely immersive puzzle solving experience. One thing that you might find interesting about this game is that there is actually no text in the game. You will have to find your way around Tiny Planet all by yourself and try to work out various tasks that neeed to get completed. Essentially you will be creating your own unique adventure across the game, which is nice as it adds a sort of uniqueness that other games are lacking. I was reading a few reviews on this game, and many were complaining about abrupt crashes and such, but the game was just updated yesterday, so things may be stable now (I personally haven’t experienced any of the claimed crashes).

The Tiny Bang Story does cost $2.99, so it is a bit on the expensive side of things, but in the end, I think it is well worth it. It’s a very unique game that takes on a very unique style. The overall opinion of reviewers have been actually really good, so if that says anything to you, it really is worth the $2.99 it asks for. There are 30 different brain challenging levels, so you will definitely get your monies worth in terms of puzzly content. Of course, if you aren’t into puzzles a whole lot, I would suggest passing over this game, as this game really is based all around puzzles in a steampunk world. Overall it is just a beautifully drawn world with some really challenging puzzles to complete. Perfect for burning off some time during the day.

If you are looking to grab the game for yourself, below is a download link that will take you to the Tiny Bang Story page on Google Play. As I said above, I wasn’t entirely sure about putting this in today’s episode of “For The Casual Gamer,” so if you do end up grabbing this game, tell me how you like it in the comments below!

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Ace Word Blitz – A Jumble Up Word Puzzle Game App for iPhone

Ace Word Blitz – The Best Free Words Puzzles Games for Friends  
Developer: Tiny Mobile Inc.  
Price: free   Download

Get ready for some crazy addictive puzzle action on your iPhone. If you’re the type who goes right for the puzzle section of the and can’t get enough puzzle-ly goodness, then Ace Word Blitz was made just for you! Ace Word Blitz was Crafted specifically for fans of jumbles, crosswords, sudoku, hidden object, scrambles, logic and jigsaw puzzles in mind. Ace Word Blitz is exploding on Apple’s App Store and now the #1 Word Game on the iPhone. Download Ace Word Blitz for Free now!

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The Tiny Bang Story on sale now, search the wonders of the Tiny Planet and restore it to its Glory

At the beginning of September, Hero Craft released The Tiny Bang Story. It offered up a fantastic story line about a small planet that was struck by a meteor. It shattered into a bunch of puzzle pieces that were scattered about that you have to collect. Along the way you have to solve puzzles of varying degrees, find pieces for broken down machines and search high and low for everything. It is anything but easy and after playing through the entire game myself, I can tell you it is a lot of fun and extremely additive. You will easily get frustrated that you missed something, or that you will see something you can’t get to, just yet. It is pretty wonderful. The graphics are great and the game play and controls are simple.

 Why all this talk about how awesome the game was for me? Well, because HeroCraft has the game on sale right now for half off. That is right, you can pick this great search puzzle game for only $0.99. Not sure if it is really up your alley? Take a quick look at the video of the game play and all that it can offer you.

As always, if you wish to snag this game, especially while it is on sale, then feel free to click or scan the QR code found below.

Application: The Tiny Bang Story
Developer: HeroCraft Ltd
Cost: $0.99

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Tiny Bang Story Is On Sale For A Diminutive $0.99 (66% Off) Until September 28th

tinybangummmtinyWhen Matt reviewed Tiny Bang Story yesterday, he found it big on imagination, but gameplay came up short. If the $3 price tag was too large of a risk for you, though, maybe this sale will be more your size. HeroCraft has shrunk the price by two thirds, bringing it down to an outright miniscule $1. Any smaller and you’d need a magnifying glass to find it.

Okay, I’m done with the little jokes now. However, this sale doesn’t end until September 28th, so you’ve got a couple days to find some change in the couch cushions or panhandle on a street corner for a bit.

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[New Game] Indestructible By Glu Mobile Is Like Twisted Metal, Only Tiny

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During the days of my youth, I loved Twisted Metal for the original PlayStation. When Twisted Metal III came out, my mind was blown. I just loved smashing cars with other cars. And guns. And bombs. Then, in 2001, the Twisted Metal series reached the pinnacle of its greatness with Twisted Metal: Black. Sadly, it’s all been downhill from there for Mr. Grim and company.

If, like me, you want to relive the glory days of Twisted Metal, then Glu Mobile’s new game Indestructible is one of the closest titles I’ve seen yet. It’s like a miniature version of the shoot ‘em up title, with some Glu flare thrown in the mix.

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Pocket Planes sets course for Google Play

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Pocket Planes, the adorable pixelated successor to Tiny Tower, found its way to Android over the weekend. Instead of building a massive self-sustaining skyscraper, players build out an airline, complete with a wide variety of aircraft, destinations, goods, and passengers to deliver. There are sets of missions that change regularly, and players that contribute deliveries to them are listed on worldwide leaderboards, as well as smaller ones in flight groups with your friends. 

I've played a fair bit of Pocket Planes on iOS, and it's a ton of fun, especially if you found that Tiny Tower lacked depth or complexity. The game is free, with the support of in-app purchases for accelerated progress on a handful of fronts. The Game maintains the charm of Tiny Tower, and puts a fresh twist on it.

Any Tiny Tower players in the house interested in giving this game a shot? Any other good business simulation games out there? The only other ones that really come to mind are Order Up!! To Go and the endless tide of Kairosoft titles like Game Dev Story.  

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Pocket Planes airline simulator for Android now available

Looking for a new game that’ll let you micro-manage your way to victory in a fun environment? Mobage, the creators of the insanely popular and addictive Tiny Towers, has released its game Pocket Planes for Android.

Originally available for iOS, Pocket Planes is an airline simulator that’ll let you manage and grow a fleet of planes that will passengers and cargo to over 250 locations. You can unlock a variety of different plane styles, customize the planes with paint jobs and unique pilot uniforms, trade plane parts, and compete on leaderboards.

And, of course, the best thing about these Mobage games is that they’re free to play. A little dough will be required if you want to buy coins to progress your game faster, but the game is still fully playable and enjoyable without having to spend a cent. I don’t know about you guys but I’m about fly over to the Google Play Store like a giddy little school girl for this one.


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Game Review: The Tiny Bang Story Brings The Beauty, Lets Us Look for Gameplay

icon175x175Point-and-click adventure games and I have a little bit of a problem with each other.

No matter how hard I try, I can never really escape the weird cycle of clicking on everything possible in an effort to get something to work instead of methodically assessing my situation and thinking about what works. Perhaps it’s part personal fault and part game design, but it really frustrates me when the most efficient way of progressing is just using every item in every possible way – something will eventually click, right?

I think that’s what disappointed me a little bit about The Tiny Bang Story – it’s essentially a huge “look and find” game on steroids.

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30 Best New Android Games From Last Week (9/5/12 – 9/14/12)

gameroundup_icon_largeWelcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

This edition focuses only on new games.

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Featured App

The Tiny Bang Story

Android Police coverage: HeroCraft’s ‘The Tiny Bang Story’ Sheds Xperia Exclusivity, Now Available For Other Devices

The adventure game is a lost art form that is thankfully getting a long-awaited revival on mobile.

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Featured Play Store Review: The Tiny Bang Story [Gaming-Casual]

Herocraft recently released their latest game called The Tiny Bang Story, which is about a steampunk-inspired world sadly devastated by a recent asteroid strike. It was already available for the PC, but this is the first time it’s available on Android. You need to rebuild this world by finding hidden objects as well as solve puzzles and brain teasers.

With Tiny Bang Story you will get five distinct chapters that feature amazing graphics and calming music. You won’t find any text so it’s up to you to find your way around the planet and figure out what puzzles need to be completed.

If you like puzzle type games, this is the Mac Daddy of the genre. I personally love puzzle games and I found Tiny Bang Story to be very challenging. At first, I felt totally lost not knowing what to do, but as you get going, it’s fairly easy to understand what you need to do. You need to start by finding hidden puzzle pieces that are hiding within the hand-drawn world, but in order to find all the pieces you will need to solve certain puzzles along the way. The puzzles aren’t necessarily easy either. For example, you might need to figure out a code from within one puzzle, then you have to find out where to input the code. When you do, it may unlock a new area or allow you to find more puzzle pieces. There will be opportunities to get hints at times by tapping on some flies that are buzzing around. They will fly to the question mark icon at the top right, and when enough flies land on it, you will be able to get some help.

Features:

  • Top 10 PC download hit on BigFish and Gamehouse
  • Five distinct chapters and over 30 challenging brain teasers
  • A gorgeous steampunk inspired world drawn entirely by hand
  • Absorbing gameplay with intuitive controls
  • 10 enchanting musical themes

Tiny Bang Story costs $2.99. It’s worth every penny, and it will give you hours of fun. It also looks great on the Nexus 7. You should also know that the game requires an additional 50 to 100Mb download when you your first run it, depending on your device. You can check out the demo video below and hit one of the download links to get started.

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HeroCraft’s ‘The Tiny Bang Story’ Sheds Xperia Exclusivity, Now Available For Other Devices

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Back in July, HeroCraft released The Tiny Bang Story, a game about a tiny planet torn to shambles by a not-so-tiny asteroid. Back then, however, it was exclusive to some Sony Xperia devices and the Tablet S. No more, though! Sony exclusivity is gone, and this crafty little puzzle game is now available for most devices.

As you can see, you use a lot of tiny little things to restore your tiny planet back to its full, full-sized glory. The game actually features some beautifully crafted artwork, along with “intuitive” and “immersive” gameplay.

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It will set you back three bucks, but if you’re a fan of tiny things and puzzles, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more suiting title.

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HeroCraft brings The Tiny Bang Story to all Android devices. Come get this amazing casual Puzzler

Gaming on Android, like any other platform, has a wide variety of styles available. Everything from FPS, Defense, MMORPG, and movie based games. There is literally everything under the sun. We all love games. HeroCraft creates quite a few games that many of you have spent countless hours playing, like Farm Frenzy, Majesty and Treasures of Montezuma 2. They are all great casual games and an easy way to kill a short bus ride or a long flight. Heck, even while sitting at the DMV, although I tend to stick to bloody games when I am there.

HeroCraft has just released another new casual puzzle game to the Play Store, entitled The Tiny Bang Story. Apparently it has been around for quite some time on the PC and is extremely popular and well-loved. It was also a Sony exclusive for quite a while too. The first set of images and screenshots reminded me of Cosmic Osmo from way back in my grade school days. Seriously, the little planet and spaceship on top of the house. Totally a Cosmic Osmo redo, but way better looking.

 The Tiny Bang Story places you on Tiny Planet. It was recently devastated by an asteroid strike. Your mission will be to help rebuild the planet and restore it to what it once was. The story line is set across five distinctly different chapters with over 30 challenging brain teasers. No in-game text leaves you free to roam and free to discover the magic and puzzles that await you. A nice touch is that everything you see is all hand drawn and done up by a computer. Check out a few more sceenshots and a short video of the game below.

 Looks pretty incredible and interactive. The game is suitable for all ages and we are willing to bet even the most advanced gamer will find some in this one. If you are interested in checking it out then feel free to click or scan the QR code below and have at it. Let us know what you think of it.

Application: The Tiny Bang Story
Developer: HeroCraft Ltd
Cost: $2.99

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The Tiny Bang Story for iPhone is Available on App Store

The Tiny Bang Story  
Developer: Colibri Games Ltd.  
Price: $9.99   Download

Colibli Games happy to inform you that The Tiny Bang Story HD, one of the best hand drawn on iPad, now available on your iPhones. The was #1 in Top Paid Apps for iPad in such contries as UK, Germany, Japan, Russia and more. We tried to do as best for you and wish you to enjoy our on your iPhones.

- #1 Top Paid Apps for iPad in UK , Germany, Japan, Russia and many countries
- Best Games of 2011 by GameHouse
- Top 10 Best Games and Top 5 Best Andventures Games of 2011 by Gamezebo
- Top 100 Best Indie Games of 2011 by Indie DB.
- Top 10 on in more countries, TOP 1 – in Japan, Russia, China.

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News: Tiny Chocolate Games Releases Space Girl iPhone Game

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Developer: Arthur Danskin  
Price: $0.99   Download

Tiny Chocolate Games recently released their iOS game, Space Girl. The player flies a spaceship through colored pencil illustrated backgrounds, dodging obstacles and collecting stars to open wormholes into the next of fifty-five levels. The ship heads towards wherever the screen is tapped, making the gameplay simple and intuitive. The player must develop skills to navigate around and between a wide range of obstacles such as wildly zigzagging aliens, burning fire, and schooling fish. What makes the game truly unique is the quality of the illustrations and soundtrack, as well the complexity of the gameplay. The flavor of the game is upbeat and whimsical. As Space Girl collects stars she shouts “Nice!” or “Wow!”

In Space Girl, the levels are divided into four categories: outer , water world, alien encounters, and underwater aliens. Each comes with its own background illustrations, obstacles, and creatures. Between levels, a series of beautifully colored drawings tells the story. In outer , hearts break when bumped while gas giants attract smaller objects with their gravity. In the water world, glass bottles burst apart, becoming more dangerous. Rapidly multiplying bacteria inhibit movement. In the alien levels, four types of aliens zoom around collecting their own blue stars. They each have a characteristic style. When there are green and purple aliens, exploding asteroids, gas giants, and flames all on the screen at once, things can get pretty complex.

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News: Ace Slot Machine Casino 3 Brings Las Vegas Casino Gaming to iPhone/iPad

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Developer: Tiny Mobile Inc.  
Price: free   Download

Tiny Mobile today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of Ace Slot Machine Casino 3 (v1.0) for iOS. Ace Slot Machine Casino 3 brings tons of crazy delicious casino style slots gambling to iPhone and iPad. With their second sequel to the runaway App Store smash hit “Ace Slots Casino”, Tiny Mobile is bringing even more casino caliber gambling to every Apple device. With 7 brand new, never-before-seen machines, gamblers needn’t look any farther to satisfy their cash cravings. No need to spend time unlocking the “good” machines, the moment you download, you have access to everything!

Hands down, the best Ace Slots Machine Casino yet! An entire Slot Machine Casino right in the palm of your hand, Why travel to casinos when Ace Slot Machine Casino 3 gives you all the excitement and thrill you would expect from Las Vegas, wherever you happen to be! The best part is Ace Slot Machine Casino 3 is available for Free!

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News: Tiny Owls Lands on iOS and Android

Tiny Owls  
Developer: games2be GmbH  
Price: $0.99   Download

Tiny Owls takes you on an adventure in a cute and colorful fantasy world, in which you must escort your baby owls through narrow passages; but be cautious and careful as your wings are fragile and will break should you encounter a collision with the elements or the monsters throughout the environment! Featuring highly intuitive one-touch controls, controlling your owl quickly becomes second nature; simply tap to fly upwards, and tilt your device to steer left and right, avoiding obstacles and enemies on the way to the exit.

Tiny Owls includes crisp and colorful 3D-graphics, more than 60 cleverly designed challenging levels, addicting gameplay, and easy-to-learn controls. As a bonus, the developer has made a 15-level version of the game available as a free download for iOS and Android(TM), in addition to making it fully playable directly from your browser through their website!

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News: Tiny Owls Lands on iOS and Android

Tiny Owls  
Developer: games2be GmbH  
Price: $0.99   Download

Tiny Owls takes you on an adventure in a cute and colorful fantasy world, in which you must escort your baby owls through narrow passages; but be cautious and careful as your wings are fragile and will break should you encounter a collision with the elements or the monsters throughout the environment! Featuring highly intuitive one-touch controls, controlling your owl quickly becomes second nature; simply tap to fly upwards, and tilt your device to steer left and right, avoiding obstacles and enemies on the way to the exit.

Tiny Owls includes crisp and colorful 3D-graphics, more than 60 cleverly designed challenging levels, addicting gameplay, and easy-to-learn controls. As a bonus, the developer has made a 15-level version of the game available as a free download for iOS and Android(TM), in addition to making it fully playable directly from your browser through their website!

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Indie Gala 2 Now Live With Three Games Plus Extras, Name Your Own Price

Indie Gala, similar to the widely known Humble Bundle is here again for mobile devices! You can unlock three games for any price you’d like to donate. Donations have been set at a minimum of one dollar to get rid of the not-so generous people along with shady characters. As you would with the Humble Bundle and the last Indie Gala, you choose who your donations go to. You can choose a charity, the developers or even the Indie Gala creators.

The three very basic games you can unlock are:

  1. The Lost Souls
  2. Battle Group
  3. Ichi

If you pay more than $3.99 in donations you’ll also gain access to four more games:

  1. Xelorians
  2. Call of Cthulu
  3. Wasted Land
  4. Little Stars for Little Wars 2

You’ll also be able to access the PC game Tiny Plumbers and a couple of Desura-unlockable games.

Lastly, anyone who donates more than $5.47 will be getting secret bonuses in the second week when they are unlocked.

source: Indie Gala
via: Android Police

 


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Indie Gala 2 Goes Live, Offers Three Android Games, Plus Some Extras For $NameYourOwnPrice

2012-07-18_12h24_25Similar in style to the crowd-favorite Humble Bundle, the Indie Gala is coming back for a second round. The collection includes three games that you can unlock for whatever price you’d like (minimum donations have been set at a dollar to ward off jerks and shady people). The three basic games are The Lost Souls, Battle Group, and Ichi. Pay more than $3.99 and you also get access to Xelorians, Call of Cthulhu: Wasted Land, and Little Stars For Little Wars 2.

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You’ll also get access to a couple of Desura-unlockable games and the PC game Tiny Plumbers which totally isn’t Mario related at all.

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Qantas replacing staff BlackBerrys with iPhones, Australian flights may be held up by Tiny Wings

Qantas Airbus A380

RIM has already been feeling the sting of lost customers. That sting isn’t getting any gentler, as Qantas just outlined plans to replace all 1,300 BlackBerry phones in the fleet with iPhones. As the airline explains to The Australian, a mix of cost overhead and employee feedback is steering the decision to wing it Apple’s way. We also imagine Qantas may be facing the usual airline dilemma of having to replace large swaths of equipment after clinging to old technology for dear life. Naturally, the company is keen to reassure passengers that the security is up to snuff as well, and a Bring Your Own Device effort could see Android fly once it’s approved. The time scale is indefinite enough that it’s unlikely that we’ll see the airline crew members distracted by a game of Amazing Alex on that next flight to Melbourne — we only know that they’ll be weaning themselves off of BlackBerry Messenger before too long.

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Nexus 7 Receives Tiny 859KB Update, This Time to JRO03D

The Nexus 7 has an update rolling out to it tonight as build JRO03D. It’s still Android 4.1.1 and is tiny enough (859KB), that we aren’t even sure what it changes. The Galaxy Nexus received JRO03C last week, so if anything, it’s a slightly newer build. It doesn’t appear to be a dumbed down Search [...]

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HeroCraft’s New Game, The Tiny Bang Story, Is A Creative Mystery Puzzle Game, Exclusively Available For Some Sony Devices

tinybangummmtinyIf you own an Xperia phone or Sony’s Tablet S, then you’re finally going to get a treat before the others do. The Tiny Bang Story is a game centered around the inhabitants of Tiny Planet. An asteroid did a number on this planet, and now it’s in shambles. Fortunately, you don’t need cheap labor to rebuild. Just some solid problem solving skills.

The game features a wide variety of puzzle games, including actual puzzles. As in, with pieces that you put together. The variety of brain teasers is actually pretty impressive and the artwork is fantastic. The game interestingly touts a text-free experience.

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