The second month of spring has started and we’re enjoying everything that it brings, including fresh Android apps and games. I hope you haven’t missed our previous roundup, if so, then do check it out for some appealing new titles. This new roundup, as you will see for yourself, comes with some really great Android games that you will definitely enjoy. I know I have, as they bring back some old memories. So, let’s have a look at what’s on!

Tomb Raider I ($1.99)

If you were among the first to own a computer when they first became mainstream, then there are big chances you have played or at least heard about Tomb Raider, the popular action game. Square Enix has now released the first game from the series, Tomb Raider I, but we’re not talking about a remastered version here. The game is a ‘full, unedited, unadulterated experience from the classic release at a super-low price’. So, now’s your chance to relive the past on your Android smartphone or tablet.

Facebook Riff (Free)


For the past few months, Facebook has released quite a few non-Facebook apps, trying to compete with other tech companies in various fields. Now the company has released a new app called Riff to take on such services as Vine and Snapchat. By using the app, you can log in with Facebook to see videos by friends on Riff or choose to start a video you want people to add to. It’s also possible to browse Riff for videos and see what others are sharing.

Caviar (Free)


Caviar is a new app for Android users which ‘delivers the food you love from your favorite local restaurants’. At the moment, though, it is limited to several cities in the US but will expand to more in the near future. You can use the app to sSearch for your favorite restaurants in your area and enjoy full-color photos of each menu item. Even more, you can customize your meal, add notes and special requests and also follow along with your delivery using real-time GPS tracking from the kitchen to your door.

DomiNations (Free)

If you have enjoyed games like Civilization or Rise of Nations, then you will find much fun in in the DomiNations game for Android users. Described as an ‘epic new strategy game of exploration, advancement, and conquest’, you will be able to lead your Nation to ultimate victory throughout all of human history as you start from the Stone Age and evolve until the the Space Age. Have a look at the above video to see the game in its full glory.

Infinit File Transfer (Free)

The brand new File transfer by Infinit app for Android users is simply a must-have. You can use it to transfer large files between your phone and your computer very easy. What’s really awesome is that there are no limitations, meaning you can send as many files as you want, no matter they type and as often as you want. You can send full resolution photos and HD video, and the files are not compressed either. The developer claims that transfer speeds are up to 30x faster than using the cloud, so why not give it a try, right?

DuckTales: Remastered ($11.99)

As a kid, I always enjoyed watching the DuckTales animated television series, and I hope my kids will be able to watch them, as well. So in order to bring back old memories, Disney has decided to release the new DuckTales: Remastered game for Android players. In the game, you will be able to play as Scrooge McDuck in a remastering of the classic, side-scrolling platformer game. You will get to explore the Himalayas, Amazon, Transylvania, African mines, and the Moon as you search for the five Legendary Treasures. There’s a lot of fun to be had in the game, that’s for sure.

Marvel Mighty Heroes (Free)

Superhero games will never die, and Marvel Mighty Heroes is among the newest one that you can play. In the game, you will be able to play as your favorite Marvel characters with up to 3 other players online in real-time, which is a first for the Marvel universe. You can choose to play together in 4-player co-op battles against Marvel’s most dangerous villains and minions or take 3 heroes with you. The game is really well designed and it’s a must-play for lovers of the genre.

Flynx (Free)

There are many mobile browsers that you can use on your smartphone or tablet, but Flynx is a new one which has received so far plenty of positive reactions. The browser loads articles and links in background for you while you do something productive and it also comes with a quick read mode which gets rid of ads and loads only relevant content. You can also choose to save articles offline to read them later. So if you do a lot of reading online, this is definitely worth a try.

Project Parkour (Free)

Project Parkour from TwoRobotsStudio is a pretty interesting new game which kind of simulates the parkour-type activity on your mobile device. Thus, you will be able to jump, slide, run and climb and also develop some nice combos. The game comes with impressive 3D graphics, comfortable controls, movement combos and much more. A future version of the game will also bring multiplayer mode, more levels, perk boost drinks, as well as more tricks and combos.

Attack the Light ($3.99)

Attack the Light is a brand new game from media company Cartoon Network and it can be enjoyed by all type of gamers, not just the little ones. The game has been positively rated by many gaming websites and you can have a look at the above video to judge for yourself. Your mission is to team up as Garnet, Pearl, Amethyst, and Steven to stop a powerful Gem weapon; and, believe, it does bring a lot of fun to the tablet.

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