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In the leadup to the next election, however long that will take, we’ll undoubtedly have to sit through lots of jibber-jabbering about the carbon tax, and mining, stopping the boats, and bla, bla, bla. A new app on iOS and Android lets you do what you always wanted to – engage in “physical heckling”.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has been having a rough year, having allegedly been caught on tape smoking crack, and then subjected to the great and terrible scrutiny of Gawker. At least he got a video game out of the deal. Can you help Ford avoid reporters and crack pipes long enough to earn the cash to buy back the incriminating video?
Today Google officially announced Google Play game services, a suite of features aimed at making Google Play a real cohesive game platform rather than a just a random pile of titles in no particular order. Top developers like Glu Mobile and Gameloft are lining up to enhance their Android titles with achievements, cloud saves, leaderboards and real-time multiplayer using Google+ friend circles.
Just when you’re ready to write off the Android gaming community’s good taste, a game like ShockPanda’s Cubes Vs. Spheres sneaks onto the charts, reminding us that there are discerning gamers on the platform.
I’ve been rather hard on Activision’s mobile Wipeout game in the past, largely because it’s based on a silly television obstacle course show and not my beloved series of PlayStation hovercar racing games. Today I’m just so happy to see a new game in the Android paid charts that I don’t care. C’mere Wipeout, you big lug.