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It’s that time again. This month’s list of the Top New Android Games has a little something for everyone to enjoy from a classic that puts you to work defending the earth from an Alien invasion to a pixely title that lets you get your groove on at the Zoo. Without further ado, we proudly present our picks for the Top New Android Games of April…

1. Shattered Planet

Fancy a tough Sci-Fi game that lets you live life as a clone? If so, Shattered Planet is just the thing for you as it puts you in the shoes of a clone that’s been dropped off on a hazardous planet to scavenge and explore. It won’t be easy, but it will be a lot of fun. You can check out our full review of Shattered Planet or pick up for free on Google Play.Top New Android Games for April 2014 photo

 

2. Shivah

Wadjet Eye Games first caught our attention with a little game called Gemini Rue, and now they’re back with another game by the name of Shivah. It’s the tale of a Jewish Rabbi who’s trying to keep his struggling synagogue afloat. If we had to pick one word to describe Shivah, it would be “unique” and if you are looking for a different kind of adventure game, you’ll want to give it a go. You can pick up Shiva: The Kosher Edition for $1.99 on Google Play.Top New Android Games for April 2014 photo

 

3. Don’t Tap The White TileTop New Android Games for April 2014 photo

When a game is dubbed “The New Flappybird” these days it can be a good thing… or a bad thing. In the case of Don’t Tap The White Tile it’s an awesome thing as this little gem is one of the most addicting games you’re likely to play and there are no flapping objects in sight. Go grab this one now, and you can thank us later.

 

 

 

4. BambaTop New Android Games for April 2014 photo

Unicycles are generally reserved for circus clowns and people with ungodly coordination, but Simon Durcroquet decided it would be perfect for a mobile game. Meet Bamba, a unicycle-based game that puts your nerves to the test. You can read our full review of Bamba or head on over to Google Play and pick it up on sale (at the moment) for only $0.99.

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