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Are you ready for another Angry Birds title? Rovio thinks you are, and it’s teasing “Angry Birds, but not as you know it.” And we believe it: from the short teaser animation and associated imagery, it appears that this particular game will involve racing of some sort. We haven’t been given any details on when to expect it, but Rovio promises more updates over the summer, suggesting either a late summer or early fall launch. Head here to check out the teaser.
Rovio teases Angry Birds Go! racing game
You might have noticed that the game Knife That Guy made an appearance in a recent Android Games of the Week. For those who don’t enjoy tangents, I’ll just give you the short version. In Knife That Guy, the goal is to make your little dude run up to a particular guy and knife him, while avoiding all the other people wandering around your screen. If you kill too many non-targets or take too long in hitting the right guy, you will stab yourself.
Creative challenges in Android gaming
New Android apps worth downloading: Kids Media, TripAdvisor Hotels Flights update, Angry Birds Friends
Parents, do you find yourself struggling to figure out what’s appropriate for your kids to watch, listen to or play? Kids Media, an app packed full of reviews about various kids media can help with that issue. Up next is a big update to TripAdvisor Hotels Flights, which has a huge amount of information in it for helping you get the most out of your travels. Finally, we’ve got Angry Birds Friends, a new version of the popular franchise that lets you challenge your Facebook friends.
Meetings with clients and co-workers are sometimes best conducted from afar, and there are plenty of mobile apps out there to help you keep your distance. Our favorite is GoToMeeting, published by Citrix Online. It’s not perfect, but we think it’s one of the best conferencing apps around. (iOS, Android free)
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The best business app for conference calls: GoToMeeting
Start the week streaming video with YouTube, the updated version of the service’s mobile app. It brings the ability to view videos from creators you subscribe to and offers improved content navigation. Following that is PrivacyStar, an app that allows you to block unwanted calls and text messages, and Tekken Card Tournament, a turn-based version of the fighting franchise that you can play against opponents on either Android and iOS.
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New Android apps worth downloading: YouTube update, PrivacyStar, Tekken Card Tournament