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Mobile Monday

JohnBThe Noid hates high quality pizza mobile games. He loves to make your hot pizza ice cold. Read Mobile Monday if you want to avoid the Noid. And you really do want to avoid him.

liege-p.gifDrool now, my Liege - The mobile market is no stranger to retro-style RPGs. When a game looks this good, though, it's not easy to ignore. Liege is an upcoming tactical RPG from Coda Games that emphasizes character-focused narrative and accessible combat. It's still in the early stages of development, but Liege is already an exciting project. Just... just look at those pretty pictures! It'll be late 2013/early 2014 before Liege hits iOS (an Android port is planned), but you can follow the development process with a cheesy grin on your face until then.

triple-p.gifTriple Town Times Two - Triple Town has been going strong for some time, receiving several updates from developer Spry Fox that add new content and new bonuses to nab via in-app purchases. The latest update includes a brand new mode titled Lakes. Lakes adds, of all things, lake blocks that support structures but not bears, making them serve as a sort of placeholder for future expansions. There's also a new decorative theme you can purchase, just in case the current look seems a little drab. For a full rundown, check out our Triple Town review.

denzel-p.gifRun Denzel, Run - An upcoming mobile game from Labpix Studios, Denzel is a 2D endless running game based on the 2011 London Riots. Denzel is a 13 year old boy who steps outside of his home to find the streets filled with rioters. As he goes about his business, Denzel realizes the police are giving chase, spurring him to make a run for it. The dev team has worked hard to capture the atmosphere of London, going so far as to watch hours upon hours of footage from the riots and incorporate accurate architecture.

tennis-p.gifTennis in the (Android) Face - We can always use a little more tennis in our faces. 10tons' fantastic arcade physics game Tennis in the Face is now available for Android as well as iOS. Explodz is an evil company with an evil product. Pete Pagassi is a former tennis pro whose life was ruined by their energy drink. Now he's out to stop them. By hitting everyone with tennis balls! Check out our Tennis in the Face review for more info, then go look at Clowns in the Face, because you know you wanna.

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