Ranch Warriors v1.0

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Description: Animals VS Zombies is coming!
“Ranch warriors” is a tower defense game with the action/real-time strategy characteristic. The terrible zombies are invading! Arm the lovely ranch animals and make the appropriate strategy, be the guardian of our farm.
Dully loli zombie, berserk zombie driving a roadster, Abominate zombie covered by meat block, the elegant zombie queen... All there are they itch to destroy your farm, are you and your animal warriors ready to fight?
There are story mode and endless mode waiting your adventure. Easy but challenging. The fun is endless.
Game features:
★Simple screen operations, everyone can get started right now.
★Dozens of adventures, from day to night, from lawn to wilderness, from the summer sunny to the winter snows. There are rich and varied scenes.
★You could build your dream team with varied cute animals even the prehistoric monsters.
★Dozens of evil zombies, with the lively sound effect, bring you extremely vivid senses.
★Cannot hold the rush? Don`t worried. The gypsy beauty provides you more powerful tools. Forget about grenades, try some multi-TNT!
Both tactical strategy and operation skills are important. Here we have exciting rhythm and strategy portfolio. Bring you the most smooth and exciting experiences. What are you waiting for, join and fight!
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Android OS Requierements: 2.0.1+


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AT&T Adds Lenovo IdeaTab A2107

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T-Mobile may be done with the idea of carrier subsidies, but AT&T is ready to just pile them on. In the category of 7" tablets, Lenovo's A2107 is not too bad of a deal. Some specs don't quite match up to the N7; for example the screen is a little lower resolution, it only runs Android 4.0, and the processor is a little less powerful. However, where those aspects lack, this slate makes up for it with front and rear cameras and a 3G radio at a lower introductory price point. AT&T today has announced it now plans on carrying this unit in its stores, offering the device for $200 off contract.
If you want to save a little money up front, though, you can get a two-year contract that will knock $100 off the price tag, bringing it down to a fairly easy-to-swallow $99. What might be more difficult to stomach, though, is paying a 3G data bill for 24 months on a device that already lags behind six-month old hardware. For the curious, here are the essential specs:
  • 7" 1024x600 350 nit display
  • 1GHz Cortex A9 processor
  • 1GB DDR2 RAM (512MB for Wi-Fi models)
  • 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB storage options
  • microUSB, microSD card slot
  • 10 hour battery life
  • Android 4.0
Customers who opt for the data plan can add this tablet to an existing Mobile Share account for $10/month, or get a standalone DataConnect plan. The Lenovo A2107 is on sale at AT&T's website right now.

CES 2013 - The Best, The Worst, And Everything In-Between

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The Best

My Favorite: NVIDIA's Shield

Listen, you can say Shield's going to fail because it'll be too expensive. You can say people don't want a handheld  gaming console that doesn't fit in your pocket. And you can say NVIDIA arbitrarily makes games incompatible by using proprietary code for enhanced visuals, which fragments the Android platform. And maybe, on all three counts, you'd at least have a leg to stand on.


But that doesn't change for a moment the fact that Shield was the most important product at this year's CES, hands down. Sony could have unveiled an 84" OLED 4K TV that makes pizza and does your laundry, and Shield still would have been more important. In a show full of incremental improvements, single-spec hypebeasting (COUGH 4K COUGH), gimmicks, and downright lame press conferences (looking at you, Samsung and LG), Shield was a beacon of hope.
I'm not saying it's going to turn the world upside-down. I'm not saying it won't be overpriced. And I'm not saying that every little detail will be perfect by the time it ships. But Shield represents the first serious effort to make mobile gaming a serious industry. Nothing - and I mean nothing - has come into this space so boldly, and made the case so convincingly that a premium mobile gaming experience should exist. Ouya, frankly, relies on a value proposition, and it's one that simply doesn't target the gamer demographic - it's far more casual. NVIDIA has put its chips down and said "we want to make a mobile gaming console for gamers."
It could be an unprecedented success. It could be a miserable failure. We don't know yet. But what we do know is that NVIDIA will try to make it work, and NVIDIA has the financial footing to lose money, making Shield visible in the marketplace before it turns the corner to profitability - something few Kickstarter projects can say.

Honorable Mention: YotaPhone

OK, I admit - the idea of an e-ink screen on the back of a phone sounds really, really gimmicky at first blush. But the possibilities something like this allows for are just way too easy to geek out on. I desperately want to see other manufacturers take something away from this idea, because the YotaPhone is an exceptional oddity in an increasingly bland hardware ecosystem. Check out our coverage of it for more on why I think this strange little Russian phone is important.


The Worst

My Favorite (... To Dislike): Polaroid iM1836 Android Camera

Oh god, Polaroid. Why? I mean, really, there is so much wrong with the iM836 that I honestly wonder what kind of la-la land Polaroid's management lives in to think this is a good idea. OK, let me clarify that a little - why this product in particular is a good idea. Because it's not - it's terrible. The concept, I guess, has at least some potential merit. But Polaroid saw fit to ruin it.


Let's start with the lesser of the horrible flaws. The UI is super slow. The build quality feels like some cheap point and shoot you'd get for a hundred bucks at Target (the iM1836 costs $400). When we tried it, we couldn't even get the camera app to work. All of these things add up to a ghastly user experience. But there's one flaw that outweighs all of these. A flaw so egregious that I can scarcely understand the backward-ass logic Polaroid tries to explain it with.
Look at the picture. Notice anything... odd? Like how there's no sensor in the body of the camera - just a black plastic square that kinda-sorta looks like one? And how on the lens there isn't actually glass at the base, just a mirror finish piece of metal that looks glassy? That's because Polaroid put the image sensor inside the lens. So apart from portability, there is no reason for this camera's lens to be removable in the first place. And what exactly is the point of interchangeable lenses if you can't, you know, interchange to a different lens? You might be able to eventually, when Polaroid makes some, but that means you'll not only be buying a Polaroid lens (because it basically has to be), you'll be buying one with a sensor inside of it. So you'll have a camera body, two lenses, and two sensors. WHY?
Polaroid's explanation is that, because consumers are lazy - alright, I'm with them so far - they'll leave the camera body exposed and the sensor will get dirty or damaged, and their photos will be ruined. Right. Because the tradeoffs here are in no way vastly more impractical and quite simply stupid than any supposed benefits in the form of easy care. Trust me, Polaroid - a dirty sensor is going to be the last worry for anyone that owns one of these travesties.

Dishonorable Mention: RCA's 8" Mobile TV Tablet

RCA isn't exactly a company people in the US really, you know, respect these days. In fact, RCA doesn't even make most of its TVs anymore. So when I heard the company was planning to market an Android tablet with a TV antenna and sell it in the US, my curiosity was mostly related to just how bad it was going to be. The answer? Pretty bad. It could be worse, sure, but man, I honestly feel bad for the guys at the RCA booth who had to vouch for this thing.


It has one, simple job: deliver live TV over the air. And it does this by means of a fairly ugly app that looks like it was designed for a phone. And that app just kind of stops working should you decide to do multitasking of any kind, and you have to restart it to get the connection back. The app then takes a solid 30 seconds to acquire a Dyle TV signal, and the picture quality is just terrible. It doesn't catch HDTV signal over the air, and the build quality of the whole thing is kind of depressing. The viewing angles on the display are among the worst I've ever seen on any tablet this side of China. And it costs $300 for this... privilege.

The Meh

Sony's Xperia Z / ZL

I love how Sony's phones look. I don't love how they perform, or how they look once the screen is on. Sony showed off two powerful new handsets at CES, the Xperia Z and ZL, with new 13MP cameras, and one of them (the Z) is even waterproof. And I can't bring myself to care. As much as I harp on Samsung for being so obsessed with gimmicks, I think what Sony does is worse: they play it too safe. Too conservative. There is no feeling of tech-lust when I pick up a Sony phone - it's just another pretty slab that runs Android. Maybe the Z and ZL will resonate with the average consumer more - who knows.


For me, they're just not exciting. And in regard to the Z, having to pry open a port cover every time I want to charge up or plug in my headphones just sounds annoying. I'll take my chances in the wet, dusty world, Sony. The Z and ZL are far from being bad (I'm sure they're very good, actually), but in a fickle market dominated by Apple and Samsung, this just doesn't seem like the breakout hardware Sony needed to get into the smartphone game in a big way. What did they need? To be different. And they just aren't.


While I will go on record as saying that this CES was probably one of the most boring ever, it certainly wasn't a total waste. NVIDIA's Shield showed us something genuinely new and cool, and things like YotaPhone provided much-needed respite from the 4K-washing-machine-with-a-touchscreen fever that seemed to envelop the place. We got to see cool stuff, bad stuff, and genuinely weird stuff.
Will we be back next year? Probably. We might do things a little differently, though, given the growing scarcity of truly interesting product announcements that happen at CES. But more and more companies are leaving CES for dedicated trade shows (like MWC and IFA), or for their own product unveilings. Think about this: Microsoft, Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon - none were at CES this year. Can you think of any companies more important in the tech space?
CES has largely become a place where vendors interact with other vendors, manufacturers interact with manufacturers, and competitors scour the show floor for acquisition opportunities and generally eyeball the competition. And iPhone cases. iPhone cases as far as the eye can see. For a show that purports to be focused on consumer electronics, an area that is increasingly synonymous with "mobile technology," CES is straying from relevance.
Consumers don't care so much about what's new in TV's, or washing machine, or refrigerators anymore - we live in an age where these products generally do what we want them to. They have reached a point where the innovations are no longer revolutionary, but evolutionary (or gimmicky). Even personal computing is starting to settle into a comfortable cycle of faster, thinner, and lighter. Say what you will, but no normal consumer gets excited about how many nanometers Intel is fitting a semiconductor on this year.
People do get excited about what something in their pocket can do. How it can change the way they live their lives every day - how a new form factor can alter the way we experience the digital world. I heard often enough that "mobile isn't everything" during CES, but the truly geeky, nerdy part of me feels deep down that mobile is everything, because it's the leaping off point for whatever's next, five, ten, or twenty years from now.

Source: AndroidPolice.com

Garfield's Escape v1.0.0

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Description: Good news! As an initial release promotion, Garfield's Escape is up for grabs for just $0.99! Hurry! This offer is for a limited time only! Don't miss this amazing offer!
The world’s favorite cat-and-dog duo is back! Forever lazy fat cat, GARFIELD, and kind-but-clueless dog, ODIE, come to life in an action-packed RUNNING game!
Taking good care of your pets involves keeping them clean at all times. In the Arbuckle household, it's quite a challenge. One day, Jon Arbuckle chanced upon a TV commercial for a new and amazing gadget: the Bath-o-Matic Robot! The robot chases and catches dirty pets and scrubs and washes them clean. Once the robot is on the loose, the crazy chase begins! Will Garfield and Odie outrun the robot? And will Garfield actually get some exercise in the process?
You play the role of Garfield and Odie. Run through different areas in Garfield’s house, dodging the household obstacles in your path. Jump over or slide under barriers, dive over high obstacles, and swing over obstacles by grabbing things in the ceiling! Avoid obstacles by jumping down stairs that will bring you to the basement. As you unlock higher levels, the obstacles become more difficult, which definitely challenge your reflexes!
Want more fun? In the two Endless Game Modes, see how long you can keep Garfield and Odie safe from the bathing robot! (Garfield: It’s my never-ending nightmare!)
Outstanding, beautiful 3D in-game graphics and fantastic controls! Running has never been this visually stunning and smooth!
The fun-filled story of Garfield’s Escape unfolds as you play. Humorous story moments and exciting storyboard illustrations provide you with additional entertainment!
Collect all items in each stage to unlock a special bonus level! You can view your collections on the display table. Complete each stage to receive special-edition Garfield wallpapers as reward! Complete achievements to make each b/w picture show its true colors.
* The most popular cartoon fat cat in the world, in an epic action running game
* Beautiful 3D graphics from your favorite Garfield comics and cartoons
* With 15 challenging levels in 4 different parts of the house
* Enjoy the Endless Mode with two levels of difficulties
* Intuitive and responsive controls for smooth gameplay
* Get more Lives in the Shop
* Follow the story as you play
* Collect all the items to unlock a bonus level
* Complete each stage to reward special-edition Garfield’s wallpapers

Android OS Requierements: 2.1+


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Description: The game is an exciting action on the subject of martial arts with a third person. The player will need the rate of reaction and concentration.The basic concept - the main character Barsik "Uni" fight with five characters to win over every win and get 5 stars, as well as the main rival to win the "Anti Uni" and give a start to the Universiade.

Android OS Requierements: 2.2+


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Little Big City v1.0

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Description: Be the Mayor! Design and build the prospering city of your dreams!
Make it a wonderful place to live for your citizens using a vast number of creative resources. Unleash your imagination as you place functional buildings and cool decorations. Meet characters who can't wait to be your neighbors and help each other's cities grow. You can even take an entertaining break from being Mayor with special mini-games that will challenge you and offer various missions and collectibles.

Android OS Requierements: 1.5+


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Rocco´s Block Land v1.3.9

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Description: *** Play Roccos Block Land , a jump n run game on your Android device ***
You like Super Mario, Giana Sister or just platform games?
Then get Roccos Block Land.
Help Rocco to rescue his little friends from the clutches of an evil nemesis and controll him as in the classics of old game-consoles. Thereby you can expect many exciting levels, lot of enemies and different levelstyles.
What you can expect:
+ 41 challenging levels
+ 1 Tutorial
+ 13 bonus level
+ Levelselect: If you have complete a level you can play it as many times as you want
+ Beautiful background music
+ optimized graphics
+ many different enemies
+ regularly new updates
You don´t get enough?
We will publish new updates with more enemies, more levels and many more
You like it?
So feel free and rate it. This is how you can support us and kepp us motivated =)
You found an error?
Please contact us instead of rating the game bad. We will fix the problem as soon as possible.

Android OS Requierements: 2.1+


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The Lords of Midnight v1.0.3

reznaf | 10:46 AM | , , , ,

Description: Mike Singleton's '84 classic Adventure Strategy game, brought to and updated for Android.
"The Lords of Midnight is not simply an adventure game nor simply a war game. It was really a new type that became known as an epic game, for as you play the Lords of Midnight you will be writing a new chapter in the history of the peoples of the Free.
You will guide individual characters across the land of Midnight on vital quests but you will also command armies that must endeavour to hold back the foul hordes of Doomdark, the witch king. Yours will be no inevitable victory." - Mike Singleton 1984
Some users have reported a black screen of death when starting the game. The problem seems to manifest itself if the device is held in portrait mode before the game starts. Holding the device in Landscape mode usually fixes the issue. Please contact support if you experience the problem.
I've tried to make this compatible with as many Android devices as possible without actually owning them all. Hopefully we won't have too many hiccups along the way! If you have any issues please please contact me through www.thelordsofmidnight.com/support so that I can work with you to resolve them.

Reviews for the iOS version
"Lords of Midnight does story-based, large-scope, high-fantasy warfare better than most titles I can think of, iOS or otherwise."
- Rating 4/5- PocketTactics.com
"This is an outstanding remake and developer Chris Wild, should feel very proud of creating such a superb celebration of the man’s work."
- Rating 8/10 - Metro
"#1 - Top 5 iPhone and iPad games of the week"
- AppMyWorld.com
"If you're interested in classic games, especially fantasy and/or strategy games, Lords of Midnight is a must-have."
- Rating 4/5 - TouchArcade.com
"App of the Year!"
- Rating 5/5, Mirror.co.uk
"It's an unmissable remake. Few titles weather the storms of time as well as this solid-gold classic."
- Rating 4/5 - PocketGamer.co.uk
"A must own title; pure genius and extremely entertaining. Recommended."
- Rating 98/100 - Arcade Life
“Made of extremely bright colors and clean lines, a stylistic choice that was and still is very original.”
– Multiplayer.it
"Despite the perfectly adapted touch controls and crisp graphic presentation, this is a proper 1980s they-don’t-make-’em-like-they-used-to game"
- PocketTactics.com
"#3 - Top 10 iPad games and apps of December 2012"
- QualityIndex.com
"If you love a game, love the game’s creator and want to produce an updated tribute – here’s your benchmark. Almost thirty years old and yet it feels fresh, relevant and completely at home on a touch screen. Recommended without reservation – so good it makes me want to cry."
- Arcade Life
"Original, longed for and a perfect adaptation of a legendary game. Unlike those Spectrum conversions that are strictly for nostalgia lovers, Chris Wild’s Lords of Midnight will enthrall any gamer who thinks he has what it takes for a true battle of wits where only the most brilliant commanders will survive."
- Louise Mensch, Mirror.co.uk
"Lords of Midnight is an experience that everybody with a remote interest in games should have, buying into your characters and developing your own war stories is a wonderful thing. It is a game with hidden depths that deserve to be plumbed and I cannot recommend it enough."
- KoruCottage.com
iOS Best Port/Retro Gamer of the Year"
- Arcade Life
Please check out www.thelordsofmidnight.com/blog for news on updates and new features to come...

Android OS Requierements: 1.5+


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