Stick Fighter II Now Adds “Superman Fly Ability”, Available In The Android Market

The folks over at Game Touch have added a new cool little feature to their popular Stick Fighter game for Android.  Stick Fighter II comes in just as fun as the original but adds some new features that might be worth checking out.  Plus, it’s just freaking fun.  Help “Stick” move along on his adventure as he takes out other bag guys along the way.  The new version offers similar game play as the old but with new levels and challenges for you master.  And now, best of all, you have the ability to fly like the Man of Steele himself.  Head on over to the Android Market and download the game for yourself.  Don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below.  In addition, hit the break for some more screen shots and to check out some more info from the developer as well.   Read more

Quick Look at Today’s Free Amazon App: aTilt 3D Labyrinth [Hands on Video]

aTilt 3D Labyrinth is featured today on Amazon as the free app of the day.

Here’s a labyrinth maze game with an emphasis on realistic physics, 3D graphics, and a top-notch gaming experience. Tilt your way through more than 250 levels, navigating walls and dodging holes.

It is very simple to play and the physics are outstanding. Check out our quick hands on video:

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App features:

  • Navigate past walls, rotating walls, and holes by tilting the game screen
  • Adjust tilt sensitivity, calibration, and board movement to fit your playing style
  • Watch the game’s 3D perspective shift realistically as you tilt the device
  • Create and share your own new maps with aTilt’s online level editor
  • Share scores with other players through the OpenFeint social gaming platform

It is regularly priced at $2.99, but free today so head over to Amazon and download it.

[via amazon]

Quick Look at Today’s Free Amazon App: PBA Bowling 2 [Hands on Video]

PBA Bowling 2 is today’s Amazon free app of the day. If you like bowling games you will like this app, and if you never tried bowling games before, I still think you will still like it.

The graphics are really nice and the pin action is realistic. There are many options and items to unlock, but lets face it, it’s just bowling. It is supposed to be simple, and what makes bowling great is the games are quick. Sometimes you don’t have a lot of time, and it is nice to be able to play something that finishes in less than five minutes.

It is normally $2.99, but today it is free.  Check out the video and then head over to Amazon and download.

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App Features:

  • Play three game modes on three difficulty settings
  • Track stats and scoring for tournaments
  • Customize bowling balls with weight, graphics, textures, and special effects
  • Use accelerometer or touch screen
  • Toggle reflections, lighting, vibration, music, scoreboard, and crowd noises
  • Tracks stats and scoring for tournaments.
  • Lumber Liquidator PBA Tour locations: Las Vegas, Tokyo, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Reno.
  • Three different throwing methods.
  • Pin count and frame number displayed in 3-D bowling alley for up-to-date information.

**Please note: PBA Bowling 2 is not compatible with some tablets and older devices.**

[via amazon]

Cheat On Multi-Touch Games With Your Motorola Atrix Using This 5 Point Touch Tweak

Have a Motorola Atrix?  Like to rock Fruit Ninja and other multi-touch games in your spare time?  Got something for ya here.  With this new fix from XDA, member michael0619 has provided a way for you to have up to five points of contact recognized on the Atrix making games like Fruit Ninja and others much much easier to play.  Slash away through the levels without missing a single piece of fruit now!  Hit the break to find out how to install this by clicking on the link for the thread.  Feel free to leave any comments below and to also provide the developer with any feedback for improvement.  Good luck!   Read more

Real-time Strategy Game Pax Britannica now on Android

Pax Britannica was originally created by No Fun Games for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Now the game has been ported to Android, and via the efforts of XDA-Developers member bompo we can play a scaled down version. With-in the past three weeks he’s been working to get this game ported. He’s succeeded and the game can now be found in the Android Market.

In this underwater real-time strategy game you can either battle the computer, or select two ships for a two player game. Head on over to the XDA thread for more. And as always give the developer a quick thanks, and a little feedback for their efforts if you feel so inclined to play Pax Britannica.

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Quick Look at Today’s Free Amazon App: Jenga [Video]

The Amazon free app for today is Jenga. Whether you played Jenga  in the past or you never played, you will find this entertaining. The graphics are awesome and the game play is simple. There a 3 ways to play: arcade, classic and pass ‘n’ play. For pass ‘n’ play you can play with another 3 friends. It is normally $2.99, but free today only. Check out the video.

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Andy Pad will be under £200, run 3D games, and output HD video

Remember last month when we reported about the Andy Pad? When you go to their site, it hasn’t changed much, it still gives you the countdown and some basic information.

The manufacturers of the Andy Pad have announced a few details.

“There’s been a lot of talk about the price” said Andy Pad Business Development Executive George Eastmead “but we’re willing to confirm at this stage that on release, the Andy Pad will market for less than £200”. That is about $326.

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TalkAndroid at E3: Sneak Peek at Upcoming News

Regular TalkAndroid readers may have noticed that I have been strangely absent the past week.  (What do you mean you haven’t noticed a difference?  That’s not nice!)  Well, there’s a very good reason for this!  You see, this was there was this small event called the Electronic Entertainment Expo (known within the industry as E3) — perhaps some of you have heard of it.  For those unfamiliar with the event, E3 is an opportunity for video game publishers, developers, and hardware manufacturers to get together with the media and show off what they’re working on.  Well, there was a bit of an Android presence there this year, and in order to bring our dear readers every last drop of Android news available, TalkAndroid was there!  That’s right, I sacrificed my time, money, and my feet (and I’m REALLY serious about that last one!) to scour the Los Angeles Convention Center to bring you guys every scrap of Android coverage I could find!  While there will be several in-depth looks upcoming in the next 3-4 days, I thought I’d give you guys a little sneak peek of what we have in store!
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T-Mobile and WildTangent to bring 25-cent game rentals to Android

The Android Market used to have a 24 hour policy for returns and now it is 15 minutes. A lot of people feel it is not enough. T-Mobile is teaming up with WildTangent to bring game rentals. The cost will be 25 cents so you can see what the game is like before you commit. You will have one day to play the game and if you want to purchase it, the rental fee will go towards the purchase price.

Users will need to buy “Wildcoins.” which equate to 25 cents. There will probably be a subscription service as well. We are not sure how many coins you will have to buy for each purchase, but desktop users can currently buy 50 coins for $6.99 per month.

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3D Bowling For Android Now Available In The Market

Want to be a PBA Superstar?  Now you can with 3D Bowling for the Android OS.  The developer touts that there is no experience on Android devices like this one.  We’ll let you be the judge of that.  The game embraces the embedded 3D physics engine found on most devices 2.1 and above.  It renders nicely on my G2X but as you can imagine, it’s even better on a tablet like the original Samsung Galaxy Tab.  Choose from a variety of balls (he he, he said balls) to play with.   Hit the break for more features and to snag the download from the Android Market.  And as always, don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below.   Read more