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Life is Crime

Here is something for all the action lovers who get enticed with the thought of owning their own Mafia family. Well, we are talking about Life is Crime and this is an Android exclusive. The game is very much like Zynga's Mafia Wars, but this one uses GPS coordinates for awesome realism and action. The game is the only release from the Red Robot Labs, but keeping in mind the execution level given to this title, the future updates/games are something to just anxiously wait for.

Contract Killer: Zombies

This time we bring something for the power-hungry gamer on both Android and iOS ecosystem in the form of Contract Killer: Zombies, an FPS game with highly detailed visuals and a very intuitive gameplay mechanism. The game takes its cue from the original Contract Killer version, but this time replacing human targets with brain-dead, flesh hungry and blood thirsty zombies. Brought to us by Glu, who have created some very visually intensive games in the past, the developers have raised the bar yet again with Contract Killer: Zombies.

Brothers in Arms: Global Front

Time to tie-your-boots, load the guns and stack up the ammunition. iOS is being invaded by Brothers in Arms: Global Front; a franchisee game which for the first time ever is being offered for free. The game has been developed by Gameloft, the makers who have produced visually appealing titles such as N.O.V.A 2, Backstab, Assassins Creed: Altairs Chronicles and a host of other enthralling gaming titles. Brothers in Arms: Global Front certainly lives up the prior releases and the growing legacy of Gameloft.

Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss)

Its always great to play a sequel game and continue the story with a bit of tweaks and advancements. Devil Ninja2 takes things up from where Devil Ninja left and adds a new Boss for hours of fun and enchanting gameplay. Developed by Droid Studio, who have a very successful rate in the Android App market, Devil Ninja2 has already won some favorable reviews. The game is very sweet to look at and surely will be eye-candy on the higher-end Android monsters with revolutionary displays.

Hidden & Dangerous

The war has begun and this time around you are fighting for your survival. Hidden and Dangerous is a highly-acclaimed FPS game coming from the house of Illusion Softworks, now known as 2K Czech (PC & Sega Dreamcast) and Tarantula Studios (Playstation) The game takes cue from the World War II and requires the player to execute some important missions in war situation. Gameplay is quite glithcy at places and there is knonw trouble on GeForce GPU systems, but otherwise a complete pleasure to play.

Angry Monkey

The overwhelming success of Rovio's Angry Birds has just inspired developers to bring in something close to the franchise. There are numerous apps on iOS and Android that go all out and copy the Angry Birds game. So here it is, another feather to the cap and this one is called Angry Monkey, developed by Game Boss. Yes, the entire storyboard of the game revolves about an angry gorilla who is furious about his banana being taken away and he will stop at nothing to get it back. Deja Vu? No, its just that, in Angry Birds the Pigs rob the eggs of the birds, and in return the birds get angry.

Return To Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory!

Attention all FPS lovers. Its time to pick-up your weapons, choose your allies, and gear up for war. We are talking about the iconic FPS, Return To Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. Developed by Activision, the same developer who has churned out impressive titles such as Driver, Driver 3, Call Of Duty series, Crash Bandicoot series, just to name a few. Enemy Territory was supposed to be an expansion pack to the RTCW game series, but a problem owing to the single-player aspect led to Enemy Territory being released as a free and open-source standalone game on 29th May, 2003.

King of The Streets

(Warning: Game Contains Violence and Swearing) King of the Streets might seem like your typical versus fighting game, and indeed it is; but what's special about this one is that it's simply such good fun to play. Those who spent a good portion of their time playing Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat or even Tekken will understand the satisfaction of beating an opponent to a pulp while showing off some serious fighting skills. The game was initially a downtime project for Field Magic and then it just evolved into a full pledged game. King of the Streets engages you in a streetside brawl in a reign for supremacy. Give the game a try.