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    The Sims 3 Android Test

    With more than 125 million sold units The Sims are one of the most successful videogames series in recent years. Beside the three main titles The Sims 1-3 several spin-offs have been released for pc and videogame consoles. Now the real-life simulation finally hit Android. Find our impressions of this debut in our The Sims 3 Android app review.

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    PlayStation Certified Android Playstation Certified Games for the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY

    At the Mobile World Congress 2011, Sony Ericsson unveiled the first “Playstation-certified” Android phone, the Sony Xperia Play. The Xperia Play dubbed by many the Playstation Phone with the slide out playstation-like control, with the L1 and R1 shoulder buttons, the four playstation buttons… more

    Gameloft Android Games Gameloft Android Games

    With its sophisticated 3D games for smartphones and other mobile devices, Gameloft has made its name as one of the top mobile game developers out there. Among the game titles that Gameloft has released for Android, are big names like Assassin’s Creed, Spider-Man, Splinter Cell or Let’s golf… more

    EA Mobile Android Games EA Games for Android

    EA Mobile the mobile division of the well known game developer Electronic Arts, (or EA) has brought some of their most well-known franchises to Android devices such as FIFA, The Sims and Need for Speed. With the continued success of Android hopefully we can expect even more big names being released onto Android in the future…. more

    Nvidia Tegra 2 Nvidia Tegra Zone Games for Android
    The Nvidia Tegra Zone is an online store for Android games that make use of the extra power of the Tegra 2 processor, that will open up in February 2011. To help users get a sneak peak at some of their games the online store will also provide HD-Screenshots, videos and game reviews for many of their games… more

    OpenFeint Android Games OpenFeint Games for Android

    The popularity of the social gaming network OpenFeint is rapidly growing as more and more Android games include OpenFeint features. With OpenFeint gamers can earn rewards by unlocking achievements while playing, challenge their friends to hot online-duels and see how they stack up on global leaderboards. OpenFeint also brings chats and forums right into the games. At this time the following Android games are supported by OpenFeint… more

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