Life’s tough if you’re a fish. If you’re not flapping on the end of bit of nylon line, then you’re shark bait or you’re just being pushed around by bigger fish. Grow puts you in the fishy driving seat of one such minnow. Your mission: grow your fish so that’s it’s big enough to push everyone else around.
If you’re anything like us, you park up, wander off into town and then realise about half an hour later that you have no idea where you left your car. Multi-storeys are the worst. If you know how to find the actual car park, it could take your four hours to locate your car in the sea of mass-produced metal. Help is at hand, though, in the comely, GPS-assisted form of Parkdroid.
Riding a motorbike is tricky enough, but introduce ramps, loop-the-loops, parked cars, trucks and immovable concrete blocks and you’ve got the basis for a suicidal sport. Trials riding is also unbelievably physical, which isn’t something we’re particularly keen on here at Life of Android, so we were especially pleased when we came across Trial Xtreme on Android Market.
Possibly the most unfortunately named game on Android Market – if you know of any others incidentally, do let us know – Age of Wind 2 is set in a time where the outboard motor was the stuff of a madmen’s dreams and the currency of war was the cannon.
In some sort of hideous and macabre animal experiment, pandas – yes, sweet, innocent pandas – have been shrunk to minuscule size in order to fight off evil atoms that have infiltrated a science lab. Presumably the same science lab that conducts the animal experiments in the first place, so quite why we care that it’s overrun with evil atoms is anyone’s guess. In any case…