Here on thedroidguy.com, we review and recommend some great apps for you to check out. Usually, there are lite or free versions but in order to support the developer, please try out the paid versions. However, with all the great apps out there (and a shallow wallet for some), paying for each app can add up quickly. Only if there was a way to get multiple premium apps for a low cost. Wait, there is! (more…)
One thing I love about Android is the fact that the customization never ends. Once you think you’ve got your phone/tablet just the way you want it, something comes along and you want more. At TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 in San Francisco, I had the chance to talk to the team from FlyScreen. (more…)
Normally when you think of social gaming, the first game that comes to mind is Farmville by Zynga. This game became extremely popular on Facebook and its iOS counterparts. However, farming isn’t very exciting. Zynga then released Empires & Allies which was developed to appeal to more hardcore gamers. However even that game is missing something. Monsters. Giant monsters.
Kaijuland is a social game where a player creates a Kaiju or giant beast. Similar to the old Tamagotchi by Bandai, you take care of an egg, care for it and watch it grow up. Then when it’s ready, reek havoc on your friends’ cities. You can dress your Kaiju, breed it with other Kaiju and share gifts with other players. When you breed your Kaiju, the offspring will take attributes from each parent. Also, you will create a lineage so you will be able to trace back to the original Kaiju. The whole idea of the game is to create a personal experience with the Kaiju.