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☀Gaming News☀ - only.gaming



☀Gaming News☀
gaming news of the past week - ☀Gaming News☀
As Android phones have increased in popularity, the number of apps available for the platform has rocketed.
And that means more free Android games. There's a lot of junk out there but, fortunately, there are gems among the junk.
We've worked our way through awhole load of Android games to reveal the ones you should download to your phone.
If we've missed your favourite free Android game, let us know in the comments.
We also have a video run down of the top 10:

1. Angry Birds

The amazingly popular iOS game moved to Android recently, earning over two million downloads during its first weekend of availability.
The Android version is free, unlike the Apple release, with maker Rovio opting to stick a fewadverts on it rather than charge an upfront fee. The result is a massive and very challenging physics puzzler that's incredibly polished and professional. For free. It defies all the laws of modern retail.
Angry Birds for Android was first available to download from app store GetJar but is now available through Android Market .

2. Bebbled

Bebbled is your standard gem-shuffling thing, only presented in a professional style you wouldn't be surprised to see running on something featuring a Nintendo badge with an askingprice of £19.99.
You only drop gems on other gems to nuke larger groups of the same colour, but with ever-tightening demands for score combos and scenes that require you to rotate your phone to flip the play field on its head, Bebbled soon morphs into an incredibly complex challenge.

3. Red Stone

There's an awful lot of square-shuffling games on Android and Red Stone is one of the best. And one of the hardest. You start off with a big fat 'King' square that'sfour times of the normal 'pawn' squares, then set about shuffling things so the fat King can get through to an exit at the top of the screen.
It's hard to accurately describe a puzzle game in the written word,but seriously, it's a good game.

4. Newton

Released a few months back in beta form, Newton is a maths/physics challenge that has you lining up shots at a target - but having to contend with the laws of nature, in the form of pushers, pullers, benders (no laughing), mirrors and traps, all deflecting your shot from its target.
The developer is still adding levelsto it at the moment, so one day Newton might be finished and might cost money. But for now it's free and a great indie creation.

5. Sketch Online

Surprisingly free of crude representations of the male genitalia, Sketch Online is a sociable guessing game where users do little drawings then battle to correctly guess what's being drawn first. It's like Mavis Beacon for the Bebo generation. The version labelled "Beta" is free,and if you like it there's the option to pay for an ad-free copy.But Google can't make you. Yet.

6. Drop

Some might call Drop a game, others might classify it as a tech demo that illustrates the accuracyof the Android platform's accelerometer, thanks to how playing it simply involves tilting your phone while making a little bouncy ball falls between gaps in the platforms. Either way it'll amuse you for a while and inform you of the accuracy of your accelerometer - a win-win situation.

7. Frozen Bubble

Another key theme of the independent Android gaming scene is (ports of) clones of popular titles. Like Frozen Bubble , which is based around the ancient and many-times-copied concept of firing gems up a screen to make little groups of similarly coloured clusters. That's what you do. You've probably done it a million times before, so if it's your thing get this downloaded.

8. Replica Island

Replica Island is an extremely polished platform game that pullsoff the shock result of being very playable on an Android trackball. The heavy momentum of the character means you're only switching direction with the ball or d-pad, letting you whizz aboutthe levels with ease. Then there's jumping, bottom-bouncing, collecting and all the other usual platform formalities.

9. Gem Miner

In Gem Miner you are a sort of mole character that likes to dig things out of the ground. But that's not importa


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