Have you ever wanted to play a game that puts you in the shoes of an escaped farm goat that moonlights in a rock band? You might have an odd taste in video games, but Sony’s Music division has you covered. They’ve released Rockin’ Goat onto the Google Play Store that stars Elwood the goat as he builds a band and put on rock shows in a 2D platforming experience.
The game looks fairly well done and features music from a few different artists under Sony Music’s arm. Between the music and several mini-games, this one might be worth checking out for a few laughs while killing some time. Read more
Lego has been developing plenty of fun games on the Google Play store recently, and its new Ultra Agents Antimatter game is exactly what we’d expect from everyone’s favorite toy company. Read more
The Humble Mobile Bundle that is currently being offered by Noodlecake Studios recently added four new titles. Alongside the original 6 games (Super Strickman Golf 2, Pumped BMX 2, Wayward Souls, Wave Wave 2.o, Devious Dungeon and Mikey Boots), Blocks Cometh, Flappy Golf, Mage Gauntlet and Box Cat have been added to the bundle. Read more
Almost two weeks ago, Talk Android reported on Gameloft’s teaser for its new World War II shooter, Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War. Well, today, it can be yours to download from the Play Store. Read more
The long awaited Game of Thrones mobile game is now available for download from the Google Play Store courtesy of Telltale Games. The app has been available for iOS devices since the past week, so the developer has ensured that a large number of users have access to the game right from the start. Read more
Google is back at it today with a year end “best of” list for 2014. Following up on the release of best apps from a couple days ago, Google narrows things down just a bit with the release of their “Best Games of 2014.”
Like the list of best apps, the list of best games is dominated by free titles. It appears only seven out of the 100 games on the list are not free. Keep in mind though that game developers are much more likely to implement a variety of in-app purchases within their titles, whether it is things like power-ups, new levels, extra adventures or other features.
Hit the source link to check out the entire list. How many of these titles have you played in the past year? Any hidden gems out there that did not make the cut with Google that you would like to share with us?
source: Google Play
Last week, Humble Bundle launched its latest ‘pay what you want’ deal with twelve fantastic Crescent Moon games up for grabs. Now the team are rolling out an update for its official Android application which brings the inclusion of three more games to the lineup.
Google has released a new game called Pie Noon, designed specifically to show off just how easy it is to create games for Android TV. The game is completely open-source and written in C++, and it supports all of the basics that Google wants to push with Android TV. It features multiplayer with up to 4 players, a single-player experience, dedicated touch controls, and Google Play Games leaderboards and services. Read more
Apps are easily the biggest draw of owning a smartphone, but unfortunately, they can also be what hinders the performance of our devices, too. AVG anonymously collected data from over 1 million smartphone and tablet users to measure just which apps drained battery the fastest and used up the most storage space, and the results are pretty interesting. Read more
Earlier this year, Star Wars: Galactic Defense was announced as a tower defense games with elements from the Star Wars universe. The game has finally been released onto the Play Store as a free app with some in-app purchases.
The game lets you choose between siding with the Light or Dark side and offers some unique gameplay experiences on both ends, so there should be some replay value here. It’s still a tower defense game at its core, so if you’re a fan of tower defense games and Star Wars, you’ll probably want to pick this one up at least to try out.
Hit the break for the download and some screenshots. Read more