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Anomaly Defenders Review

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Slack for Android Gets Emoji Picker Keyboard and More via Update

Slack for Android Gets Emoji Picker Keyboard and More via Update

Aug 29, 2015

Slack, the cross-platform group collaboration utility, is pushing out an updated build for its Android port.

WHAT’S NEW

– A shiny new emoji picker keyboard, for discerning pickers of emoji. (Developed by our amazing summer intern Jonathan! Hi Jonathan! `:wave:`)
– Performance improvements in the crucial area of channel syncing
– Channel Info and Private Group Info got their hair did
– Fixed: Enter key on hardware keyboard now sends the message rather than carriage return. PAF!
– Many bug fixes!

Slack remains free on Google Play.

[via Slack]

Buddy Guy: Born To Play Guitar Digital mp3 Free on Google Play

Buddy Guy: Born To Play Guitar Digital mp3 Free on Google Play

Aug 29, 2015

Buddy Guy’s Born To Play Guitar is free on Google Play.

Yes, the Buddy Guy. That Buddy Guy… the American Blues icon and influencer.

We’re talking about 16 tracks for nothing at all. Did we mention “Buddy Guy” yet? From the press release:

Legendary blues icon and six-time Grammy Award winning artist BUDDY GUY claims the #1 spot this week on Billboard’s Top Blues Album charts with his latest masterpiece Born To Play Guitar, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Released July 31st on Silvertone/RCA Records, Born To Play Guitar marks Guy’s fifth #1 album on Billboard’s Top Blues chart and twelfth Top 10 Billboard Blues album. Since its release, the album peaked at #1 on the overall Amazon music chart and remains #1 on the iTunes Blues Albums chart. Internationally, Born To Play Guitar debuts at #1 on the Australian ARIA Jazz & Blues Album chart and remains Top 5 on iTunes Blues Album charts in UK, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Portugal and more!

To get you’re copy, visit Google Play (or use the Play Music app on a device), sign in and click to “buy.”

Enjoy!

[via Slickdeals]

AMIDuOS Unwraps Lollipop

AMIDuOS Unwraps Lollipop

Aug 29, 2015

Somehow, saying that I love AMIDuOS manages to be a bit of an understatement. The concept — an Android emulator for Windows machines — is great, but it has the added advantage of actually working pretty well in practice.

From the official press release:

Now, Android™Lollipop is just as sweet on Windows®PCs.With the latest edition of AMIDuOS™ – version 2.0 – users can enjoy the latest and great Android apps right on their Microsoft Windows® 7.x, 8.x or 10 devices.

The new, Android 5.0.1 (Lollipop) compatible version of AMIDuOS is available for download from www.amiduos.comfor a $15 lifetime license –with a 30–day free trial. AMIDuOS, which delivers a full Android experience to Windows desktops, laptops or tablets, was created by American Megatrends, Inc., the number one BIOS vendor in the world by shipment volume.

In addition, AMI will continue to make AMIDuOS 1.x, which supports Android 4.3 (Jellybean), availablefor only $10. Current users who installed AMIDuOS 1.x before Aug 7th can get a free upgrade to AMIDuOS 2.0 upon registering their licensed copy. The upgrade process is simple – and AMIDuOS even preserves all previously installed apps and settings during the upgrade from 1.x to 2.0!

AMI founder and President Subramonian Shankar reaffirms the company’s focus on bringing Android to Windows. “People should be able to run their Android apps on any device they wish,” he says. “We created AMIDuOS to make it easy for anyone to get the full Android experience on their Windows machines. Now, even the most recent Android apps developed for Android 5.0.1 will run smoothly and with full compatibility on the Windows platform.”

The backup and update process was easy enough, and the program itself feels even smoother the previous build.

Some screenshots are below:

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[via AMIDuOS Post]

Speedy Ninja Launches on Google Play

Speedy Ninja Launches on Google Play

Aug 28, 2015

We have been eagerly awaiting Speedy Ninja, and it is finally here.

Speedy Ninja flips the endless runner on its head! Use your dexterity and skill to overcome deadly obstacles and destroy menacing monsters on the run, in the air – even upside down as only a master Ninja can! Build your experience to unlock awesome new characters, dragon mounts, and powerful weapons as you chase the high score on the leaderboard!

Features:

* Play Free! The best Ninja action endless runner on mobile! (In-app purchases available)
* Dive under the rope to defy gravity and avoid treacherous obstacles
* Unleash screen-clearing weapons to destroy waves of enemies
* Ride mythical dragons high into the sky to build your special abilities
* Upgrade your Ninja to run farther and faster than ever before
* Complete daily challenges to unlock progressively greater rewards
* Unlock character skins to increase your power beyond max levels
* Rank up by topping the daily leaderboards
* Build up a friends list, then summon your allies to extend your runs

The game is free on (with in-app purchasing).

[via NetEase Press Release]

Humble Bundle Launches “Choose Your Own Charity”

Humble Bundle Launches “Choose Your Own Charity”

Aug 28, 2015

Humble Bundle is reaffirming its commitment to transparency with a new initiative; now, users can pick a charity of their choice… from a pretty long list.

Humble Bundle is proud to announce that the Humble Store has now implemented a new feature which expands on Humble Bundle’s transparent, user-controlled approach to digital distribution. Starting today, customers are able to select a charity of their choice that will benefit from their purchase in the Humble Store. Previously, the choice was limited to a select amount of charities, but going forward, customers will now have the opportunity choose from a database of over 35,000 reputable U.S. and UK charitable organizations.

Since the store’s inception in 2013, 10% of all profits from the store have gone towards worthy charities and raised over $3 million to date from the store alone. Paypal Giving Fund, a non-profit that enables eBay users to benefit charities in a similar way, has made this possible as that is how charitable funds are transferred from the Humble community to the impressive number of reputable charities in the PayPal Giving Fund’s database.

“There are a wealth of amazing charities out there,” said Humble Bundle co-founder John Graham. “We don’t ever like saying no to great causes but in curating things ourselves, we find ourselves mainly picking larger nonprofits that have awesome established global brands that we think will resonate with our community as a whole. With this new feature, if parts of our community want to give aid to homeless shelters in San Francisco and others wish to provide fresh drinking water to Ethiopia, they can choose as they please.”

Head out to the Humble Store to check it out!

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[via Humble Mumble Post]

Upcoming Game Real Boxing 2 Gets New Gameplay Screenshots

Upcoming Game Real Boxing 2 Gets New Gameplay Screenshots

Aug 27, 2015

The recently announced Real Boxing 2 has new screens available for those eager to get a taste of the final product.

There’s also some news. Directly from the presser:

Players eager to get their hands on Real Boxing™ 2 early can join the Real Boxing™ 2 VIP Club for a chance to participate in the game’s beta. Doing so also secures a number of other benefits, including an a unique VIP Club-only gear set, exclusive starter bonus and a chance to unlock even more bonuses via achieving milestones

Screenshots are below:

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And just in case you missed the trailer:

Swype Keyboard Gets Star Trek Themes and More via Update

Swype Keyboard Gets Star Trek Themes and More via Update

Aug 27, 2015

Swype Keyboard is looking to improve the experience for its users, as evidenced by its latest update, which should please Trekkies everywhere.

Per the Google app page:

WHAT’S NEW

v2.0:
Emoji Keyboard
New Swype Store with premium themes featuring Star Trek
New Languages – Lao and Uzbek Latin
Improved auto-correction
Various crash and bug fixes (thanks for reporting!)

We had an opportunity to review the well regarded keyboard soon after it became available on Google Play, and liked it; it is available for $0.99, and there is a limited-time free trial.

[Our Swype Keyboard Review]

Anomaly Defenders Review

Anomaly Defenders Review

Aug 27, 2015

And now, we get to Anomaly Defenders.

About time…

While the series got us going on “tower offense” as a gameplay constant, this one takes it back to more of a tower defense scenario. More pertinently, alien invaders are on the ropes in this one, and humans are the aggressors. Thus, the player takes on the job of saving the home planet of the aliens.

Graphically, it is an interesting projection, clearly futuristic, with a Terminator feel to the dark landscapes. The view is top-down in nature, and the play area generally consists of stretches of land interspersed with defined roads on which enemy (human) attack vehicles travel. The animations sizzle, and it looks pretty good overall.

To begin, one soon gleans the objective of the human belligerents is to make their way to rockets, which are crucial to the aliens survival. The humans want to destroy it.

The player’s job is to build defensive units along the path to thwart the effort. The units can be built only at particular spots, and are susceptible to enemy fire themselves. In its essence, it a continual war of attrition, and the overriding goal is to stop the enemy units before they get close enough to to destroy the launch pad.

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Carusaurum is the the currency of note; this needs to be harvested to build and upgrade towers. As one successfully finishes levels, there are better opportunities to expend this resource on. In other words, better defense towers.

To make the game more compelling, there are different difficulty levels, and other in-game rules, like the placement of specific pieces. One can manipulate each tower (stuff like repairing) and destroyed enemy units yield crystals which are useful too. Each level ends when the rocket takes off.

The game does a fantastic job of incorporating several elements, almost surreptitiously, which make it a fuller experience. Yes, you have the obvious tower defense, which is quite familiar. There’s also the concept of asset management; knowing when to allocate what where is important. As the levels and enemy waves get trickier to handle, one has to contend with major decisions: what technology to purchase, what to sell, when to pick a piece and more.

Then there is the raw strategy aspect. The gameplay allows for a degree of craftiness. At the risk of being a, uh, “spoiler” sport, players should enjoy the ability to re-route enemy traffic by using particular tower pieces. Plus, one has to learn how to manage technology points. It is self-contained, intuitive and logical when all the segments are put together.

The Anomaly series flipped the script on a genre, and, and for a finale, it flipped it back in an exhilarating way.

Who knew battling humans could be so much fun?

Critically Acclaimed Game Framed Arrives on Android

Critically Acclaimed Game Framed Arrives on Android

Aug 27, 2015

Framed is here!

The well-received game from Loveshack Entertainment (courtesy of Noodlecake Studios) is a puzzle game that has players rearrange comic pages to advance toe story and solution.

FRAMED is a multi-award winning noir-puzzle game where you re-arrange panels of animated comic book to change the outcome of the story.
Featuring a fusion of all-new game mechanics & fiendish puzzles, FRAMED has received many design awards as well as being an ‘Excellence in Design’ finalist in the IGF 2015.
Simply grab comic panels and swap them with a touch of your finger!
Hand-crafted, award-winning art and animation brings the noir world of FRAMED to life.
An evocative music score featuring live jazz performances fused with modern themes and beats sets the mood.
Unlike anything you’ve played before, FRAMED delivers a completely new type of game experience. Plug in your headphones, sit back and enjoy!

Framed is $0.99 on Google Play. Of course we’ll be reviewing it.

[via Noodlecake Press release]

Amazon Introduces Underground, A Collection of Truly Free Apps

Amazon Introduces Underground, A Collection of Truly Free Apps

Aug 26, 2015

Amazon is never scared to try something new, and its latest endeavor in the area of Android apps underscores this. Amazon Underground is a new service — presented as an app — that provides a selection of collated apps that are truly free.

And by “free,” Amazon does mean just that. The apps showcased therein are completely free, upfront-wise AND with regards to in-app content.

We’re talking about $10,000 in apps and content.

What’s really interesting, beyond the actual announcement, is how Amazon is achieving this. How is it offering unique apps like Goat Simulator, Where’s My Mickey?, Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions and more completely free? Well, it’ using a new model of reimbursement in which developers are being paid based on how often their games are played.

That’s right: Amazon is picking up the tab.

To access the apps, all one has to do is look for the categorized apps on the Amazon Appstore from a computer; they will be denoted by a special “Actually Free” banner. Alternatively, one can simply download the new Amazon Underground app to one’s Android device.

[via Amazon Underground Informational]

Google Launches YouTube Gaming

Google Launches YouTube Gaming

Aug 26, 2015

YouTube Gaming is a new service that allows folks to immerse themselves further into games they play. There’s a lot of streams to pick from, and numerous ways to stay connected.

Per the Android app page:

YouTube Gaming keeps you connected to the games, players, and culture that matter to you. Featuring videos and live streams with chat — including let’s plays, reviews, speedruns, trailers, and more from your favorite gamers and publishers — you can explore the games you care about more deeply than ever before.
With videos covering Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto, League of Legends, Call of Duty, Garry’s Mod, and tens of thousands more, it’s all on YouTube Gaming.

Note that you may encounter mature content in YouTube Gaming.

VIDEOS AND LIVE STREAMS ALL IN ONE PLACE
• Watch videos from more than 25,000 games
• Experience live streams while chatting with other gamers
• Get recommended videos based on games you love

A DESIGN BUILT FOR GAMERS
• Browse dedicated pages for every game, as well as publisher and gamer channels
• Explore categories from reviews to let’s plays, machinima, eSports, and more
• Favorite your games and channels for updates and easy access

THE BIGGEST GAMING COMMUNITY
• Receive live stream notifications to keep up with the action
• Join a community of publishers and gamers over 100 million strong
• Tune in to live streams of events like E3, PAX, and Gamescom

The app is available now, for free.

[via YouTube Blogpost]

Q*bert Rebooted Free Review

Q*bert Rebooted Free Review

Aug 25, 2015

I first encountered Q*bert years ago; I rocked the heck out of that game on the trusty BlackBerry 8320. Tech eons later, I get to try it out again, this time on Android, presented as Q*bert Rebooted.

Definitely worth a look.

The game is dual-natured, in that the game presents two versions: the classic version, replete with retro graphics and true to the original gameplay. There is also the “rebooted” version, which is a slick, more modern refresh.

The rebooted portion is familiar, but interesting; off the bat, the visual odes to the original are clearly evident, starting from the cubed pyramid and use of color. It does feel refreshed, what with the sharper graphics and smooth animations, and one gets the feeling that it is quite the vibrant experience.

The control mechanism adapts to touch and tapping naturally. The use of one’s hand does cover some of the screen, but it translates well mostly, even with a stylus. The unit to be controlled reacts fluidly to said touch input.

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The main idea is to traverse the cubes and change all colors by contact. This entails touching the cubes in such a manner that the Q*bert touches each one. When all the cubes have been touched, the level is completed, and the subsequent level is unlocked for perusal. Easy.

Except it ain’t that easy, at least not for too long.

I just had to check out the newer version, and therein I spent most of my time. The first level serves as an intro of sorts, and then the game gets going as described. After a while, the platforms get trickier, with holes that one has to avoid, dropping balls, and even Coily, that made a name for himself chasing our tapping hero down in the original, and reprises the role in the new. Slick and Sam are two pieces that look to return every cube they touche to their original colors; this one creates a race against time of sorts. There are gems to collect, and there is a limited number of lives, and flying discs that help move our hero to safety and are good for strategy.

The original portion is mostly faithful to the original, with the elements listed above (of course), but a bit more self contained with less of the leveled pieces in the other.

All in all, it’s more than a trip to the past, or a glitzy futuristic romp.

It’s both.

Zipbuds SLIDE Earbuds Hardware Review

Zipbuds SLIDE Earbuds Hardware Review

Aug 25, 2015

The more mobile I get, the more I appreciate a good set of headphones.

As the kids get older, there’s only so much Taylor Swift I can listen to; the house sometimes feels like one crazy karaoke machine.

So, retiring to the quietest part of the house can be quite rewarding. The pure joy of it makes me smile. Get me an e-book (or mind-bending game), some sweet tea and some headphones with which to listen to accompanying music, and that quiet spot becomes mine.

Y’all feel me? That’s why cool stuff like the Zipbuds No-tangle Slide Earbuds are just what the doctor ordered.

The review unit the manufacturer sent us highlights the set in retail form; one gets the unit itself, extra eargels, and documentation. Specific to the headphones, we got the snazzy “p.o.p.” color, which is a colorful combination of orange and black with purple and chrome highlights (three other color combos are available). The construction does get interesting, comprising of a defined black cable and an orange one; the unit has a merging clip that allows the two to “zipped” or “unzipped” seamlessly, such that the space between the ear pieces can be adjusted. Down its length, it adds in a microphone, and the standard 3.5 mm input jack is angled for ease of use.

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The design of the cable also discourages tangling, which is an important claim to fame for this set.

With the expandable ear gels, this set ends up feeling very comfortable; the ends fit into the ear nicely, creating a pretty good seal that helps enhance the sound fidelity even further.

The sound quality is pretty nice indeed, and head-to-head, the unit compared well to some premium units I was able to compare it to. Any tinniness is well hidden, which is somewhat surprising, and on calls, and the microphone works well.

An included case would be nice, but I do admit to feeling greedy just thinking about extras.

All in all, these things are easy to enjoy. At $49.99, it is so easy to feel like one is getting over.

Perfect for my quiet time.

Humble Humongous Mobile Bundle Arrives

Humble Humongous Mobile Bundle Arrives

Aug 25, 2015

There’s a new Humble Mobile Bundle on hand, ready to be picked up and enjoyed.

Dubbed the Humble Humongous Mobile Bundle, it brings a bunch of premium applications to users for relatively cheap using an adjusted “pay what you want” model.

The current bundle, as its name suggests, brings in games based on characters from Humongous Entertainment’s universe; one gets games like Spy Fox in Dry Cereal, Putt-Putt Saves the ZooFreddi Fish: Haunted Schoolhouse, and Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide. All these can be had for whatever price one wants to pay.

If one pays more than the current average ($7.59 at the time of this article), one gets even more, with Putt-Putt Joins the CircusPajama Sam Thunder & LightningFreddi Fish & the Stolen Shell, and Putt-Putt Enters the Race getting added to the haul.

More titles will be added before the end of the promotion.

But there’s still more…

This bundle has more tiers. A donation of $10.99 or more gets steam keys for the above titles plus a limited-time 75% off coupon for the above titles in the Humble Store.

And… a donation of at least $29.99 adds in the Humongous Scent ‘n’ Socks pack; it includes a double-sided air freshener featuring Putt-Putt and Pep and a pair of Pajama Sam-themed socks.

This particular bundle supports Make-A-Wish Foundation, and ends on September 7th.

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[via Humble Mumble Post]

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Lalaloopsy Diner

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Lalaloopsy Diner

Aug 24, 2015

Lalaloopsy fans will love today’s free Amazon Appstore app, which is Lalaloopsy Diner from Cupcake Digital.

Features

Learn important time management skills as you work hard to fulfill orders and keep your Lalaloopsy customers happy!

Serve as many diner favorites (pancakes, hamburgers, hotdogs, pizza, waffles) as you can. Pay close attention to make sure you get all the right toppings! And whatever you do, don’t burn the food!

Earn Lalaloopsy buttons and tips for every order you serve! Use your buttons to unlock fabulous kitchen upgrades and extras.

40 fast-paced levels let you earn even more silly, yummy toppings for your customers. Marshmallow hotdogs? Chocolate and peppermint pizza? You got it! (Bea Spells-a-lot’s favorite is the burger patty with pretzels and potato chips!)

The game is usually priced at $2.99.

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Dexter: Hidden Darkness Review

Dexter: Hidden Darkness Review

Aug 24, 2015

Weirdly enough, I was one of those that picked up on Dexter fairly late in the show’s life. The series about a serial killer that gets his rocks off by hunting gruesome murders is quite a draw. Now, after the series wrap-up, it’s possible to relive it — somewhat — with Dexter: Hidden Darkness.

The gameplay starts out with cutscene images and text boxes; Debra summons Dexter to check out a body, and we get right into it. During cutscenes, it allows the player to pick scenarios, and then leads to its biggest element: finding hidden objects.

The hidden object sequences are interesting, not overly logical, and generate a point system that leads to energy gains, leveling and more. One basic idea is to gain enough energy to keep on going; if one fails, one can use real cash or allow time to run its replenishment course.

The game does get credit for going beyond being Just Another Hidden Object Game, as it packs in other elements that help create a full-fledged mystery that needs solving. It lands on the source series heavily, and as such, will be fun for fans of the franchise. Within the game itself, one gets to really do research, and the mini-games are fairly creative, if far and few between. The characters are familiar, and one does have to give a shout-out to Harry’s Code.

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In some aspects though, the gameplay feels like it trips over itself. The cutscenes do feel a bit, well, rigid after a while, and the navigation feels suspiciously unneeded. While the hidden object sets are interesting, they are repetitive. The dialogue is salty in places, but hey… this is a serial killer’s killer here.

Then there is the energy requirement. The cash/credits/energy/leveling up relationship send convoluted, but to be fair, it isn’t too difficult to keep going for a good while. At points, the energy will be consumed faster than one can replenish through action, and it’s cool that time can be used in lieu of real money.

It’s a relatively self-contained experience that has the advantage of being sourced from a hit show. It doesn’t get boring soon, and is only really slowed by the energy requirement.

Fans of lovable psychopaths can do much, much worse.