LEGO Marvel Super Heroes ready for battle on Android


Warner Bros. has released a new installment in the popular LEGO series of video games, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril. Like other LEGO titles, players play as any of a wide variety of characters with 91 available in this title. They include characters from across the Marvel Universe like Iron Man, Spider-Man, Captain America, Wolverine and more that can be unlocked through game play or in-app purchases. The goal of the super heroes is to stop Loki and other villains from the Marvel Universe who are trying to assemble a potentially world-destroying super weapon.
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Samsung introduces Penvatars, brings ability to customize the S Pen’s pointer


If you’re an owner of a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, or its Edge variant, you may have noticed that when you hover your S Pen stylus slightly above the screen, a pointer appears (similar to a PC’s mouse cursor). Cursors aren’t generally known to illicit much excitement from people, but Samsung is hoping to bring a smile to your face by announcing Penvatars.

Penvatars is the name Samsung is giving to its upcoming app for S Pen wielders and it will allow you to customize those pointers. Most likely the only devices that will support this app will be users of the Note 4 (or the Note Edge), with added support for older devices possibly later on.
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Guardians of the Galaxy: TUW blasts into Google Play


Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy movie is getting ready to hit movie theaters which means it is time for the cross-promotional game to hit the market. Marvel Games has met that expectation with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy: TUW to Google Play for $4.99. In a gaming world increasingly taken over by the freemium model, that price might seem a little bit steep, but consider there are no in-app purchases to be made and the developers have even gone so far as to ensure the game is playable with no Internet connection.
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 game trailer is here, full game coming April 17


In less than one week, Spider-Man fans will be able to download the latest mobile game from the beloved franchise. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be in theaters on May 2 and the corresponding game will be released on April 17. The trailer for the game shows some gameplay along with cutscenes that will be packaged. Gameloft is the developer, so Spidey is in good hands.

Hit the break for the trailer.
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Android game will be released in April


Good news for all Spider-Man fans. Today, Gameloft released a trailer of its upcoming game, The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

While the movie will be available in theaters in May, Gameloft posted a 40-second trailer of the game on YouTube showing spider-man web-slinging through buildings and fighting off crimes and enemies. The company announced that the game will be coming to Android in April and like its predecessor, it is packed full of action and is an open-world adventure game. 

The company is yet to announce the full details of the game. Meanwhile, check out the trailer right after the break.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier tie-in app coming next month


Comic book fans now have something to look forward to in both March and April. Prior to Captain America: The Winter Soldier’s film release on April 4, Marvel will release a tie-in app next month. Although the game will have the same name as the film, it will feature a unique story. It meshes “combat action and flexible tactical options for a complete Marvel experience that teases the upcoming movie.” The graphics are comparable to comic books, or the Borderlands series if you are an avid console gamer.

Hit the break for the official trailer and full press release.
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Marvel Run Jump Smash! bursts into the Play Store

If Jetpack Joyride is your kind of mobile game, then here is another that may be appealing. Marvel Run Jump Smash! is an endless running game that puts Marvel’s heroes in your hands. Included are the usual bunch — Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Hawkeye, Captain Marvel, Spider-Man and Black Widow. Each has their own special abilities and special attack to utilize as you climb through levels. Unlike Jetpack Joyride, Marvel Run Jump Smash! costs some money ($0.99).

Hit the break for a gallery and download links.
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Marvel’s Thor: TDW official game hits Google Play in time for theatrical release


Thor: The Dark World, Marvel’s latest superhero movie, will be opening next week, so it is only fitting that a companion app has been released. Thor: TDW – The Official Game hit Google Play today, letting players take on the forces of Malekith and the Dark Elves in the action-arcade game with RPG elements.
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Thor: The Dark World game from Gameloft gets a new gameplay trailer


If you’ve been keeping up with Gameloft’s upcoming Thor: The Dark World game tie-in, you’ll definitely want to check out their latest trailer. This time around, the trailer shows off a little more gameplay as opposed to the previous trailer, including a multiplayer mode. Overall, the game looks like it’s coming together nicely, and it’ll be a great addition to your action game library whenever it inevitably releases. Hit the link below to check out the source, and watch the trailer for yourself.

source: Droidgamers