Best free Android and iPhone games of the week! (April 16 – 23)

Last week was downright dandy for free mobile games! All-around quality titles showed up, ready to satisfy your gaming cravings. We have lined up 12 free games that came out very recently on Android and iOS, representing various genres and gameplay types.

Highlights include the new Office Space game (humor!), Nonstop Chuck Norris (endorsed by the man himself), a game where cats fight each other in war machines, and a realistic boxing game because nothing gets one going like authentic simulations of virtual sweat.

Everything is packed in the slideshow below, complete with pictures, …


5 Pokemon games for Android and iPhone you can play alongside Pokemon GO

It’s pretty clear what’s going on here – you love the Pokemons, we got the games. Even before Pokemon GO made the Nintendo beasts universally cool like it’s the 90s all over again, Android and iOS had something to offer inquisitive Pokemon fans.

Whether you’ll find these puzzle and card duel games as engaging as that one title everyone’s gone out playing right now is another question. So check out these 5 Pokemon games and grab the ones that seem most fun to you. Hopefully, you’ll get to enjoy plenty of Pokemon hunting!

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Get 8 great adventure games for $6 in Humble's latest Mobile Bundle

If you’re unfamiliar with the adventure game genre, you may be surprised to learn that it isn’t, in fact, as action-packed and intense as its name suggests. Quite the opposite – more often than not, adventure games are slow, laid-back point-and-click affairs, though that should not in any way dissuade you from playing them. Though the genre has somewhat faded since its peak back in the ’90s, there’s still the occasional good title being released now and then.

Humble seems to share the same sentiment as well, as its latest Mobile Bundle is entirely …

Best multiplayer games for Android and iPhone (2017)

Want to get some multiplayer action going? Here’s a variety of excellent multiplayer games for Android and Apple devices that let you play over Wi-Fi or local networks. Many, if not all of them are completely free, too, and most importantly, they are super fun!

We couldn’t imagine that playing as a giant spider together with four friends can be as fun as firing rockets at said humans in deathmatch… but there you have it! Grab your phone and enjoy this selection of multiplayer games. They are all in the slideshow below, which has all the images, videos, and links you need.

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Best cooking games for Android and iPhone! (2017)

Learning how to cook is an essential skill. Better start your kids young! These 10 Android and iPhone cooking games are perfect for entertaining your children – or even yourself – with fun and engaging mini games that involve cooking up the finest burgers, pizzas, and desserts. They are certainly much more relaxing than slaving over your kitchen tools, although certainly less satiating!

But still, nothing beats lining up a gummy bear pizza, making the juiciest taco, and preparing loads of fun dishes – for which you win the top score! So have fun, and lots of it, but if you are downloading …

Android game deals bonanza: top free and discounted games of the week!

The universe of apps and games that is the Google Play Store is expanding by the minute. With some estimates pointing to close to a thousand new entries being added to the vast market place every single day, and with developers discounting their products on a regular basis, there is no shortage of either content or sweet deals on the Play Store. However, at a certain point, finding the quality stuff in this seemingly infinite hodgepodge of software, becomes a rather tedious exercise in trial and error.

That’s the reason we decided to go hunting for quality and discounted games on Google …

Best adventure games for Android and iOS (2017)

If you are an adventurer at heart, you are going to love feeling engrossed into any of these fantastic adventure games for Android and iOS. They offer the kind of immersive landscapes and endless successions of puzzles and quests that are going to keep you glued to the screen for a long time!

Try out any of these 10 games and you are going to have a great time, experiencing their creators’ vision to the fullest.

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Google removes iOS support in Google Play Games Services due to low usage

No, Google doesn’t hate Apple, but sometimes the company must make tough decisions for the greater good. That’s probably why iOS support in Google Play Games Services (GPGS) has been removed.

The Mountain View company announced today a new policy change for its Google Play games services effort that doesn’t include iOS support, as well as a couple of other features that aren’t used as often as Google had expected.

Apparently, Google listened to developer feedback and tracked usage before taking the decision to remove some features and start focusing its resources on other areas that …

Best free Android and iPhone games! (March 27 – April 2)

It’s time to bring you the best of the best free games that launched over the past 7 days! Some serious action happened last week, with games like Gangstar New Orleans, Dynasty Warriors Unleashed, and a remaster of the mobile classic N.O.V.A. hitting app stores. 

We are rather lucky to be able to enjoy such polished games for free, even if the publishers do expect us to pay for this and that through in-app purchases. You can still get a lot of quality gameplay in without spending too much, so that’s the beauty of it!
Enjoy these titles and let’s …

The free iOS and Android apps of the week are both games; Blyss and Chameleon Run are on the house

Now that the Google Play Store is offering a free weekly app, we can tell you that both iOS and Android users each have a game that they can download on their respective devices for the low, low price of zero. Let’s start with the iOS freebie. Blyss is a simple and minimalist puzzle game that has proven to be addictive. There are three game modes with global leaderboards for each one. The game involves the use of white blocks, each covered with one or two dots. The dots reveal the number of times that each block must be swiped. The puzzle is completed when all of the blocks are removed from …