GAMES Posts on XDA

Tips on Making a Killer Game: Interview with the Creators of Trivia Crack

The world of mobile development is filled with the ingenuity of coders from all over the globe. In their quest to contribute to what is already out there, sometimes you can come across something so unusual and unique that it takes the world by storm. It happened with Angry Birds, Pokemon Go, Temple Run, Trivia...

The Google Play Store’s First Store-Wide Sale Offers Discounts up to 80% off

Over the years, the Google Play Store has seen some big updates and improvements. between UI refreshes, functionality changes, and more. We've come a long, long way since the early days of the Android Marketplace. In honor of Summer 2017 officially being underway, Google is launching the first ever site-wide sale on the Google Play Store. We've...

SEGA Forever Allows You to Play Classic Games For Free On Android

Retro gaming fans may have just got the best news in a while. SEGA has just officially launched the SEGA Forever collection which allows gamers around the globe to play classic games for free. The list of games is relatively short, but will soon include nearly every SEGA game ever released from every console era –...

OnePlus 3T Gaming Analysis & Review: The Phone to Beat in 2017

When I reviewed the OnePlus 3T, I lightly touched upon its gaming performance, noting that it was similar to what I found on the OnePlus 3. Since then, a few factors have led me to properly test the gaming performance of this device, with the results of my analysis published below. With 2017 flagships fast approaching, I...

Winners Announced for the Google Play Indie Games Festival

A couple of months ago, Google announced they would be hosting the first annual Google Play Indie Games Festival. The idea was to highlight some indie mobile game developers that have produced a great entertainment experience for mobile. There wasn't even a requirement that the game be available in the Play Store at the time...

Android Gaming Graphics at a Standstill: What Is Holding Us Back, and the Path Forward

Over the past couple years, we’ve seen a massive shift in the Android gaming market. Many major companies have shifted away from releasing new original graphically intensive 3D games, and are instead focusing more on either porting games from other platforms, or expanding their current games, often in an attempt to drive microtransactions. This is fantastic...

Dope Apps from the XDA Forums

In this video, Jared takes a look at some of the best apps found on the XDA forum "Android Apps and Games". Here are the top five apps reviewed in this video. Android Apps and Games 1. Color Changer Adjust the saturation and even the RGB colors beyond the manufacturer restrictions. Color changer requires root access and allows...