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King of Fighters Android now on select Android devices for $4.99

Our initial reaction upon receiving the announcement for King of Fighters Android was something along the lines of, "Yes! Finally, SNK Playmore must have read all our letters and decided to make a special version of King of Fighters XIII with the Cell Saga androids from Dragon Ball Z! Yes." Well,...

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PSA: Anomaly Warzone Earth, Sonic 4 Episode 1 now on Android

The two games couldn't be more different, yet today they set aside those differences and unite on the Android Marketplace. 11 bit studios' tower offense title, Anomaly Warzone Earth, and Sega's latest downloadable addition to its tower of Sonic games, Sonic 4 Episode 1, are available on the Android...

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Street Fighter IV HD coming to Android Marketplace in May

The Android OS version of Street Fighter IV we originally caught wind of back in September is now Street Fighter IV HD. As per the original announcement, the game will initially be exclusive to the LG Spectrum, which launches on Verizon January 19. After LG's limited exclusivity blackout...

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PSA: Free version of Tetris now available for Android devices

Are you sick of your wordsmith cousin Dwight constantly pulling out triple scores in Scrabble Free with nonsense like "Qi?" Do you also have a hardline stance against paying for Android games? EA wants to hook you up, announcing today that a free version of Tetris is launching on the Android...

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R-Type coming to Android September 12

"But wait," some of you youngsters might be thinking. "How can those stickers I'm always seeing on Toyota Celicas and Mitsubishi Eclipses be coming to my phone? Why would I even want that?" Take a seat, junior, you might learn something: Before R-Type adorned the window/bumper of every import...

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WipEout, Syphon Filter 3 join European Xperia Play library

Despite slow initial sales, things are starting to look up for Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play phone/gaming device. Not only have games actually been announced for the platform, they're even starting to be released! In Europe, anyway. WipEout and Syphon Filter 3 have been added to the European...

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'Water, meet fish': Epic Games' Mark Rein on Wii U, PS Vita, and E3 2011

Despite our wishy washy feelings about this year's big show, the E Triple, Epic Games VP and co-founder Mark Rein was quite positive on last week's proceedings. In an interview yesterday with Joystiq, Rein beamed about this year's show, saying, "I thought E3 was really good -- I thought the...

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PSA: Plants vs. Zombies free on Android today

Time is already passing, and you're not downloading Plants vs. Zombies on your Android device -- for zero dollars! Frankly, that seems really silly to us. Sure, Popcap already released the game on just about every other piece of electronics you own, but that doesn't make it any less wonderful and...

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Indies struggle with blatant copycats on App Store

Cloning the core concepts of a game for an App Store title is one (profitable) thing, but stealing a game's name, assets and even code -- and reaping the profits -- is just a tad illegal. Ars Technica has such tales of woe from a couple companies. One example is a small dev called Halfbot that was...

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Kongregate CEO Jim Greer on getting pulled from the Android Market

Kongregate CEO Jim Greer called Google's swift removal of his company's Kongregate Arcade app from the Android Marketplace "surprising." Released on the morning of January 19, the app was pulled by that evening. "We were very surprised, especially since we had shown it to several people at Google...

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