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Spotify and Call of Duty: Mobile win Google Play’s Users’ Choice Awards for 2019

The Google Play Store contains hundreds and thousands of apps and games, which can quickly become overwhelming for anyone and everyone. The sheer quantity of options available makes it very difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff, and quality apps will definitely find it difficult to come to the notice of the average user....

Pokémon GO will finally open up Pokéstop submissions to level 40 players worldwide next week

Thanks to its augmented reality gameplay, Pokémon GO reached heights of popularity no other Android game had seen before. While its popularity has dropped significantly over the years since its release, the game still has quite a large user base. The main aim of the game is to capture as many Pokémon as you can,...

Magium is a Choose Your Own Adventure text-based game with a long, engaging story

Gaming on mobile phones is often associated with fast-moving gameplay and intensive graphics. While there is no doubt that those types of games are popular, other genres of games are also popular in their own right. If you prefer getting captivated by words from a storyteller over shooting your way through 100 players, check out...

Retro Revolution will be the second game from POCO’s Game Development Academy

Xiaomi's POCO sub-brand is making waves in the market with the launch of its first phone, the Poco F1. With flagship specifications at affordable prices, the Poco F1 comes very close to providing what the OnePlus One did back in the day. In addition to the Poco F1, Poco also has other projects like the...

Developer uses Machine Learning to train an Android game bot to play Rock Paper Scissors

LG is trying to bring back air gestures with Air Motion on the LG G8 ThinQ, but developer ramtin8731 has a better idea of how to use gestures: mobile gaming. For the really, really bored mobile gamers out there, the developer made a Rock Paper Scissors Android game with an added twist: it uses your...

[Update: First game announced] POCO’s Game Development Academy will help a small team make an Android game

While the build material (and quality) of the Xiaomi POCO F1 may be questionable, the phone has certainly grabbed the attention of us frugal customers in the Android community. The company seems to be doing something similar to what OnePlus did with the release of their first phone. So far, it has allowed them to...

Fortnite for Android now supports Bluetooth controllers and 60FPS for 3 devices

Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world right now with over 200 million total players and millions of active players every day. Back in August, it launched on Android starting with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. With today’s 7.30 patch, Fortnite has been updated to bring a great new feature to...

Discord adds an experimental Game Detection Service on Android

Discord has quickly become one of the most popular platforms for online conversation. It allows for the creation of "servers" that can hold different "channels" of conversations. Discord is especially popular in gaming communities, but it can be used for many other purposes. We even have an official XDA-Developers Discord server. Discord has an Android...

OnePlus Invites you to Play a Puzzle Game to Win Some Prizes

OnePlus and Google have teamed up to launch a new puzzle game called Crackables. This isn't any normal puzzle game, though. If you're one of the first 1,000 people to complete the first 3 challenges in the game, may have a chance to win a new gaming rig valued at $30,000. But more on that...

Android Pie adds controller mapping for the Xbox One S wireless controller

If you look at the categories in the Play Store and the iOS App Store, you'll notice one thing: the games category is far and away the most popular for both platforms. This is true for a number of reasons, but each of them had to mature in ways no one had thought of when...

Exclusive: Here’s Fortnite Mobile on Android gameplay before the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch

Tomorrow, Samsung will unveil its latest flagship Galaxy smartphone: the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. There's very little we don't already know about the device ahead of its launch. To promote the device, Samsung is partnering with Epic Games, the developers of the massively popular free-to-play battle royale game 'Fortnite,' to launch the title as an...

Here are the new items we discovered in Fortnite Battle Royale Patch 5.2

Fortnite Mobile on Android is launching soon, and we have the installer APK file. From it, we have found evidence further corroborating that the mobile game will launch exclusively on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and possibly on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. Pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will get 15,000 V-Bucks according to output from Epic...