Huawei will unveil the Mate 20 with Kirin 980 processor on October 16

The Huawei Mate 20 is coming soon, with the company confirming today when we should expect to see the official unveiling.

Huawei had plenty to talk about at this year’s IFA, including unveiling its newest processor for smartphones and teasing the launch date for its newest flagship handset. The company took a moment to confirm that the Mate 20 will be announced on October 16 and that it will be the first smartphone powered by the Kirin 980 processor.

Of course, Huawei didn’t actually announce anything about the phone, so we have to rely on what we’ve heard out of the rumor mill so far. If that pans out, then we should expect to see a 6.3-inch display, a battery that measures in at 4200mAh, and three cameras on the back.

We’ll know more about the Mate 20 in October when Huawei announces the handset in London.

While that’s something to look forward to, Huawei did announce the Kirin 980 today. This is Huawei’s brand new 7nm system-on-chip (SoC), and it packs a lot of technology in a remarkably small package. The new processor is the first to boast Cortex-A76, and it comes packed with dual neural networks to handle processing routines.

TSMC manufactured the 7nm processor, which is based on a new octa-core architecture. There are two big cores that are clocked at 2.6GHz which handle heavy usage, including gaming. In the middle, there are a pair of middle cores that are clocked at 1.92GHz, which handle things like posting on social media networks. Finally, there are four Cortex-A55 cores running at 1.8GHz, which will handle playing music and the majority of backgrounds tasks.

The pair of Neural Processing Units (NPUs) are designed to help the Kirin 980 run artificial intelligence processes faster and more fluently. Huawei’s example was image recognition. The Kirin 980 was able to identify 4,500 images per minute, while the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 managed to identify 2,371 during the same stretch of time.

That’s not all, though. The Kirin 980 also comes with the brand new Mali G76 GPU. Huawei says this equals around 30 percent better efficiency, especially when playing intensive games on mobile devices. The processor also supports 2,133MHz LPDDR4X RAM, which should improve general multitasking.

That’s an impressive processor, and it will be fun to see how well it handles out there in the real world when the Mate 20 launches into the public later this year.

Sources: Engadget (1)(2)

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Motorola One and One Power now official

The last time we saw the Motorola One was back in June, and now the smartphone manufacturer has made the handset official.

Motorola is actually unveiling a pair of handsets this week, the first being the Motorola One. As the name suggests, this is Motorola’s Android One effort, offering up a mid-range handset for folks that might be in the market to pick one up. The Motorola One features a 5.9-inch 720p HD LCD display with as aspect ratio of 19:9. There’s a notch at the top of the display and a chin on the bottom that hosts the Motorola logo.

Inside, the Motorola One features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of built-in storage. It also features a microSD card slot for expandable storage. There are a pair of cameras on the back, the primary being a 13MP shooter and the secondary camera is a 5MP sensor. Around front, there’s an 8MP camera.

The 3000mAh battery supports Motorola’s TurboPower charging feature, which the company says can net you six hours of power in the handset with just 20 minutes of charging. The Motorola One is running Android 8.1 Oreo (Motorola says an Android 9 Pie update will come soon after launch), has a fingerprint reader on the back, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Motorola One will be available across Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. It will retail for €399.


The Motorola One Power’s display is a 1080p HD 6.2-inch LCD panel, and the phone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor under the hood. It boasts 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage with a microSD card slot. It has a pretty massive 5000mAh battery inside with Motorola’s TurboPower support that gives you six hours of power in 15 minutes of charging.

The primary rear camera is a 16MP sensor while the secondary shooter is a 5MP sensor. There’s also a 12MP front-facing camera. A fingerprint reader lives on the back and there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack up top. It’s running Android 8.1 (Android One) out of the box but will get an Android 9 Pie update soon after launch.

This bigger handset will launch in India sometime in October. Motorola didn’t announce a price point.

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Top 10 Android app updates this week: GIPHY, Kahoot!

Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the most installs. As in the past, we’re going to filter out minor updates for the super-popular apps that have over 10 million installs, but we’ll make exceptions for apps that have had significant updates. We hope you enjoy this weekly feature and that you discover some apps that end up being useful.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC - Version 3.6.0


Lightroom CC

What’s new in this version:

  • Improvements to Optics tab: You can now reduce chromatic aberrations (CA) and manually select from one of the more than 1,200 Adobe-created lens profiles
  • Support for HEIC (HEIF) image format
  • Pause and resume synchronization within the cloud status tab
  • Removed 15 photo max limit, on photo export
  • New Technology Preview: Best Photos – Uses Adobe Sensei smarts to select the photos with the highest potential, quickly and easily


Telegram – Version 4.9.1



What’s new in this version:

  • New “Exceptions” section in Notification settings that lists all your chats with custom notifications.
  • Telegram Passport now supports more types of data including translated versions of documents.
  • Improved password hashing algorithm to better protect Telegram Passport data.
  • Export your chats using the latest version of Telegram Desktop.


United Airlines - Version 2.1.59


United Airlines

What’s new in this version:

  • Save to Google Pay Mobile Boarding Pass
  • Bug fixes


Taskade - Version 1.2.10



What’s new in this version:

  • Upload Photos, GIFs & Files
  • Chat Notifications
  • Bug Fixes


ESPN – Version



What’s new in this version:

  • Improved Video Player. Easily browse playlists of clips and double-tap to skip ahead or rewind ten seconds are just some of the highlights.
  • ESPN Insider is now part of ESPN+. In addition to streaming thousands of live events such as MLB and Serie A soccer, you can enjoy premium written content from Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and more. Start a free trial inside the app to check it out.
  • On your homescreen, you will now see a carousel of your favorite teams and leagues for quick navigation.


Samsung Internet Browser - Version


Samsung Internet Browser

What’s new in this version:

  • Improvement of Download Manager
    . Add the setting to turn on/off the download confirmation popup
    . Fix the bug for downloading files into the root folder
    o Improvement of Reader Mode
    o Bug fixing and stabilization


Kahoot! – Version 3.1.0



What’s new in this version:

  • Create and host kahoots from your mobile device (in case you missed this before the summer break!)
  • Add images to kahoots from our built-in image library
  • You can add videos, too – we’ve made it much easier now
  • We’ve fixed a bug that was bothering Android 9 users and made the app crash for them - Version 6.6.3



What’s new in this version:

  • You can now add more attributes when sending product inquires for more efficient communication.
  • Upgraded basic app functions to provide you with a better user experience.


GIPHY - Version 3.0.0



What’s new in this version:

  • Introducting Stories! Whether it’s a TV recap, sports highlight, or viral internet meme, GIPHY is bringing you the lowdown on what’s happening in culture now. Check it out on the new home screen.


Yahoo Fantasy Sports - Version 10.1.2


Yahoo Fantasy Sports

What’s new in this version:

  • Find the games and fantasy news you want more easily than ever with our new home screen
  • Daily Fantasy Quickmatch is here. Find opponents of your skill level for quick and fair 1:1 contests
  • Ever wondered how good your league is at fantasy? We have added league levels (bronze through diamond) for every league and a breakdown of every member of your league
  • Survival Football is open. Join our free 10K contest in the app today!


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43 temporarily free and 41 on-sale apps and games to start Labor Day weekend

Welcome to the final day of August. Autumn is right around the corner, which means schools are back in session (or close enough). Seemingly in celebration of this, a lot of apps went on sale today, or maybe because IFA is also still going on. Anyway, take a look through what we have today to see if anything interests you. Have a good Labor Day weekend.



  1. BlackCam Pro - B&W Camera $1.49 -> Free; Sale ends in 1 day
  2. Gif Me!
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New leak of Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro rears surfaces

We’ve already seen glimpses of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro showing off its triple rear camera setup, but the standard Huawei Mate 20 has not been seen.

The latest leak shows off the back of both devices. While they share a lot of features, the camera setup is slightly different. The Mate 20 Pro (right) has this strange square layout, with the fourth module being the dual flash. The standard Mate 20 uses a P20 Pro-like vertical setup but centered on the device.

A few other details in this leak shows us that the Leica partnership and branding remain, as well as the existence of a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, which is the best kind of fingerprint sensor. Rumors claim that the Pro model will have a fingerprint sensor under the display, and this may still be possible as it wouldn’t be the first phone to have two fingerprint sensors.

Other expected specs are a Kirin 980 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a big 4,200mAh battery, and Android 9 Pie. We also expect to see a small teardrop-like notch similar to what Essential did last year.

Via: PhoneArena
Source: Weibo (1), (2)

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Eletrolux announces Google Assistant support for smart ovens early next year

What’s the point of a smart home if Google Assistant support isn’t available? Is a product truly “smart” if you can’t tell your Google Home to control it?

Existentialism aside, Electrolux announced that future smart ovens will feature Google Assistant support. While the smart-ifying of common household appliances is often frowned upon (as they get more complicated, more annoying, less secure, and potentially even less reliable), this one makes sense.

How many times have you left the house and realized you may have left the oven on? It’s a big deal, and I’ve gone home from important appointments just to check. With Assistant support, you’ll be able to tell your phone or Google Home to turn the oven off.

“We are very happy to collaborate with Google to give people a simple, rewarding way of interacting with their connected Electrolux appliances,” says Dan Arler, Head of Major Appliances EMEA at Electrolux. “Voice control supports a clear user need. Whether it’s hands-free cooking or just an easier way to interact with the oven, we think consumers will love it.”

Other features are turning the oven on (nice for pre-heating), changing the temperature, and selecting a cooking program.

While this isn’t something many people have asked for, it might save you someday.

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People are getting the Galaxy-exclusive Fortnite skin using demo devices

Fortnite is absolutely huge right now, but it still caught us by surprise that people are going to great lengths to obtain the Galaxy-exclusive Fortnite character skin.

One of the perks to getting a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy Tab S4 is that you get an exclusive character skin for the battle royale game. Unfortunately, Samsung is having to act on people “stealing” the skin using demo devices.

To get the skin, you have to download Fortnite on one of the aforementioned devices, sign into your account, and play three matches. People started doing this on demo devices at Samsung booths and carrier stores, so Samsung had to step in. Carrier stores disables downloads of the game, while Samsung booth devices can’t even install the app at all.

People are still getting around it by connecting the devices in carrier stores to a hotspot, downloading the game (which is fairly large in size), and playing three matches. This only works on devices once, so those people have to find a device that someone hasn’t already tried this on.

Yes, those are some extreme lengths to go through to get a visual skin for your character in a free-to-play game. But it is still possible if you really want it.

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Firefox will block tracking scripts by default, starting in 2019

Mozilla has always been a strong advocate for internet privacy. More recently, Mozilla has been working on Firefox Focus, a simplified browser that blocks all trackers/cookies and erases browsing data after you close the app. Now the company wants to take privacy a step further, by blocking all tracking scripts by default on the main Firefox browser.

"Many of the harms of unchecked data collection are completely opaque to users and experts alike," Mozilla said in a blog post, "only to be revealed piecemeal by major data breaches.

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Google Pixel 3 images finally leak out

At this point we’ve seen the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL more than a few different times. The upcoming flagship smartphone with its Super Selfies is expected to be announced in early October, along with the smaller Pixel 3.

And yet, while the Pixel 3 XL has leaked out several different times, the Pixel 3 hasn’t been camera ready, apparently. That’s finally changing today, though, as a thread on Reddit popped up that includes a clear look at the upcoming Pixel 3 and lack of a notch.

The images show us exactly what we’ve come to expect thanks to the rumors that have circulated. We’ve got a 5.5-inch display with a 1080p HD resolution, and the leak also indicates there will indeed be a pair of 8MP cameras on the front which are said to support the aforementioned Super Selfies as well as a new facial recognition feature.

Interestingly enough, the screen captures attached to the post also indicate that at least one of those 8MP front-facing cameras will support a dual aperture, similar to what we’ve seen in the most recent Samsung smartphones. In this case, the dual aperture in the Pixel 3 is said to be f/1.8 to f/2.2.

Unfortunately, that’s all we’ve got at this point. We can see the glass back on the Pixel 3, which will facilitate wireless charging. The single rear cameras is up there near the top of the handset, and we can see the rear fingerprint sensor sticking around for another year.

What do you think of the Pixel 3? Prefer this model without the notch?

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Xiaomi teases Mi Mix 3 with a pop-out camera for October launch

Earlier this year, Xiaomi unveiled the Mi Mix 2S, which features plenty of high-end specs for anyone interested in the handset. But the company isn’t quite finished launching new devices in 2018, apparently.

Xiaomi’s Director of Product Marketing and global spokesperson, Donovan Sung, has taken to Twitter to tease the company’s newest smartphone, which will launch in October. Sung doesn’t actually include any specific information about the handset, other than the planned launch date, but all signs point to this being the Mi Mix 3, the company’s upcoming flagship handset.

Rumor has it that the Mi Mix 3 will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, up to 8GB of RAM, various models with different built-in storage options, and a big reveal date in the middle of September. Whether or not Xiaomi plans on announcing the handset in September and launching it in October remains to be seen, but it’s possible that October will serve as both the announcement and launch.

As for the picture itself, we can see that the Mi Mix 3 is going to drastically reduce the bezels on every side of the smartphone. The picture shows us the flagship will have a pop-out camera design similar to what’s available in the Oppo Find X.

Unfortunately we only get a look at the front of the handset, so we don’t know if Xiaomi is putting a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel or what the camera situation might be back there.

We don’t have long to wait before Xiaomi officially unveils the Mi Mix 3, so we’ll know all before too long. What do you think of the pop-out camera design?

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[Bonus Round] BIOK, ColorFold, Aqua Moto Racing 2, Wheely World, Thunderbirds Are Go: International Rescue, Hungry Dragon, and Star Trek Trexels II

bonusroundWelcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a competent indie puzzler, a minimal ribbon folding game, a fantastic wave racer, a goofy endless runner, a Thunderbirds Are Go licensed action game, a medieval twist on the Hungry Shark series, and a Star Trek: The next Generation space exploration RPG.

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Google Assistant adds bilingual support to its resume

IFA is going on right now, the trade show where companies like Google take a bit of time to announce new things that might not warrant a full-blown event of their own. Though some might say that adding bilingual support to Google Assistant could certainly use some time on stage.

On Thursday, Google announced that its Assistant can now understand and speak in a bilingual fashion, supporting six different languages right out of the gate.

Google Assistant will now be able to recognize which language you’re speaking and respond in kind, even if you swap between English and German, for instance. So, if you want to listen to a German hip-hop artist, you just need to say something like, “Hey Google, spiele die Fantastischen Vier.” What’s more, all of this is possible without digging into the settings and changing anything around. Google Assistant will simply understand more than one language at a time now.

Google actually announced multilingual support for Google Assistant back in February, so it’s good to see the company keeping on track with these new features.

At the time of publication, bilingual support means you can mix and match English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese. Google says it will be expanding to even more languages in the future.

Are you excited to see this new feature added to the laundry list of things Assistant can do?

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BlackBerry KEY2 LE now official with Snapdragon 636 and 4GB of RAM

Back in June, BlackBerry and TCL officially announced the new KEY2, bringing another Android-based handset with a full physical keyboard underneath a touchscreen display. That handset was priced at $649 when it arrived, and now it looks like BlackBerry is ready to cut back on some specs to drop the price tag in a new model called the BlackBerry KEY2 LE. This handset offers the same design as the original, including the physical keyboard, but swaps some lower specs to help reduce the price.


That starts with the processor, with the KEY2 LE featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636. The handset has 4GB of RAM and there will be two storage options: 32GB and 64GB. There are a pair of cameras on the back, the primary being a 13MP sensor and the secondary being a 5MP shooter. There is a front-facing 8MP camera, too, and the battery in the KEY2 LE measures in at 3000mAh.

The BlackBerry KEY2 LE will be available in Atomic (red), Champagne (gold), and Slate (black) color options when it goes on sale in September. The 32GB variant will retail for $399, while the 64GB option will cost $449.

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Google’s Titan Security Key is now on sale for $50

Over one month ago, Google announced its Titan Security key, adding another layer of security so folks could feel a bit safer logging in across websites.

Google is now selling the Titan Security key in a bundle of two. The first is the primary key, the one that uses USB to connect to a computer of your choice. Google is including a USB key, too, for extra safekeeping. Google’s Titan Key is backed by Google’s own Advanced Protection and is based on the FIDO standard, which means it can be used beyond just Google’s services.

The Titan Security key is available now. However, at the time of publication, the page to buy the new security measure indicates that you’ll need to join a waitlist before you can pick one up for yourself. You’ll have to fork over $50 to pick up the pair of keys if you’ve decided to go to the next step with your security.

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MyNBA2K19 companion app is out ahead of NBA 2K19 release

Another year, another 2K companion app slash collectible NBA themed card game. That's right, the console and PC release of NBA 2K19 is just around the corner, so in preparation for the release, 2K has published the MyNBA2K19 companion app on the Play Store. The thing is, it's not just a companion app for an AAA sports game, as it also offers a collectible card battling game that you can play on any compatible Android device.

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Sony Xperia XZ3 now official with smaller bezels and 6-inch display

We saw an unofficial peek at the Sony Xperia XZ3 not too long ago, and now the company has gone ahead and made the new flagship smartphone officially official.

The Xperia XZ3 finally adopts the idea of minimizing bezels, even if Sony isn’t going as far as some companies in this endeavor just yet. Still, future owners of the high-end handset will get a 6-inch HDR OLED display with a resolution of 2880×1440 and an aspect ratio of 18:9. There’s no notch here.

Sony’s Xperia XZ3 features 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage and it supports a microSD card up to 512GB. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and it’ll be running Android 9.0 Pie when it arrives later this year. The camera on the back is a 19MP Motion Eye sensor, while the front-facing camera is a 13MP sensor.

Finally, the Xperia XZ3 boasts a 3000mAh battery and a USB-C port for charging, but there is no 3.5mm headphone jack. The Xperia XZ3 will be available in Black White Silver, Forest Green, and Bordeaux Red. Sony says the flagship smartphone will launch in “selected markets” at the end of September. There’s word on price just yet.

Is the Xperia XZ3 your next daily driver?

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Snapchat 10.40 beta adds an adaptive icon and starts implementing notification channels [APK Download]

Not to be outdone by its closest competitor, Instagram, Snapchat has rolled out an update to its app on the beta channel that adds two important Android Oreo features: adaptive icons and notification channels.

If you install the latest v10.40 beta of Snapchat, you'll find that the icon is now adaptive (properly executed, no white dinner plate background) and changes along with the rest of your icons to take a round, square, squircle, or teardrop shape.

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Essential Phone finally gets pinch-to-zoom in YouTube app

Notch support is still an issue, because most apps don’t know what to do with a notch. Usually apps just cut off below the notch and leave a black bar. Some people don’t want a notch in the way of their apps, while others want to use the entire screen as it was meant to be used.

YouTube is one of the issues that has plagued the Essential Phone‘s notch support. Past builds of Oreo had per-app notch settings in the developer settings, but those were removed with Android Pie to make room for Google’s official notch support. However, notch support isn’t there yet.

Thankfully a server-side change now allows you to pinch-to-zoom in the YouTube app, just like with devices that have 18:9 displays with notches. It cuts off the top and bottom and uses the entire display. For some videos it removes too much, but for some it looks absolutely stunning. It’s even better if the video is shot in 18:9.

A lot of Essential Phone users (including me) are really happy to have this option finally available to them. If you want to check it out, update the YouTube app! If you still don’t see the feature, you may need to clear the data on the YouTube app.

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HTC announces mid-range U12 Life

HTC‘s “Life” series of devices are mid-range versions of their flagship. The company has announced the new U12 Life, which is a cheaper U12 Plus.

The device features a 6-inch 18:9 1080p display, a Snapdragon 636 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage (or 6GB and 128GB if you upgrade), dual 16MP/5MP rear cameras, a front facing 13MP camera with LED flash, and a 3,600mAh battery.

Not many sacrifices have been made with this device. You still get NFC, a USB Type-C port, and even a headphone jack, something not available at all on the flagship HTC U12 Plus. Unfortunately, you do lose out on Edge Sense squeezing technology, and surprisingly Qualcomm Quick Charge capability.

The device will launch with the outdated Android Oreo with HTC Sense UI on top. The rear will be glass with a two-tone texture and will come in Twilight Purple and Moonlight Blue (we’re sad to see the lack of the Flame Red color). A launch date is not available but it will launch in Europe for £299 or 349 Euros.

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Top 10 New Android Games This Week: Kahuna, Cookie Wars

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any suggestions for next week’s post.

Wheely World

DescriptionTake the drivers seat in your favorite vehicle and navigate over, under and around the constantly changing scenery. You’ll never have the same run twice! Push yourself to get the high score or climb the challenge ranks! All worlds are free and come with their own unique vehicle to get you started.


What’s Cooking?

DescriptionTie your apron and sharpen your knives – it’s time for a crazy cooking adventure in WHAT’S COOKING? – Tasty Chef! Starting as an amateur cook with a small kitchen, you’ll combine ingredients to create over 700+ recipes and serve delicious dishes to hungry customers.



DescriptionYou won’t find your now typical jump scares here; there is something deeper at work, something which begins to bridge the gap of what is real and what isn’t. Experience PS1 era horror on your mobile device.


Beach Hero RPG

DescriptionPoint and click adventure with RPG elements. Unveil the mystery and become the hero that Sunny Beach deserves!


iSlash DOJO

DescriptioniSlash DOJO is an endless slashing game for the best! Slash everything that comes from the top and keep the balloon safe! You miss a piece you die! You touch fire you die! You hit a star you die! You pop the balloon you die! Many ways to die, only one way to survive! Keep S/la/sh/in/g!


Cookie Wars

DescriptionJelly Walkers have taken over the Cookie World, Gather the Cookies and fight to survive! Savor scrumptious gameplays and real-time PvP! Let the battle of Cookies begin! 


Slime’s Dream

DescriptionTake your Slime to the top with care not to hit the saws! Just touch ANYWHERE on the screen. Jump from wall to wall, and get through all the barriers of light in this arcade game with 80s retro pixel art style.



Description: Aloha Mate! – Kahuna takes you to the paradise islands of the South Pacific! Two priests – the wielders of Kahuna magic – compete to determine which of them has greater powers. With a select group of 12 uninhabited islands, they use their magical powers to build bridges linking those islands to each other.


Jade Dynasty Mobile

DescriptionFree-form mounted exploration! Boundless scenic 3d flight with no height restrictions, fly anywhere you want! Do not feel like exploring the vast expanses of the Jade Dynasty world alone? Conquer the skies alongside your friends!


Super Spell Heroes

DescriptionSuper Spell Heroes is a real-time 1v1 puzzle duel game of wizards and elemental powers. Tactically match colours to cast epic spells, fight other players and become the ultimate magical legend! Journey through magical realms, unlock and upgrade new playable wizards and equip them with unique, evolving spells. Get ready to join the battle now, level up your magic and duel your way across the map to the mystical Crystal Palace!


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