Android Game News Weekly March 13th: Stick Cricket 2, Sick Bricks, Trivia Crack, And More!

Stick Cricket 2 Is Out Now For Android

If you've always enjoyed the sport of cricket then now's your chance to become a major cricket star in Stick Cricket 2. There are 90 levels to master and complete and plenty of outfits, gear, and other cool stuff to unlock. The game has some pretty cool looking graphics and you can even track your stats and sync your data across devices in case you play on more than one device.

Sick Bricks Offers Up LEGO Inspired Action

Sick Bricks will have you playing as a rather blocky looking character called Jack Justice, and as you probably guessed, Jack is the hero in this story trying to save Sick City from evil. Sick Bricks actually looks like it offers up a wide array of things to do with 10 unique environments to play through, and 100 enemy hideouts you'll need to enter so you can battle against your enemies.

Stars Wagon Is A Space Themed Arcade Shooter Out Now

Stars Wagon is a side-scrolling arcade shooter with elements of Galaga and Asteroids, filled with 14 levels of deep space mayhem and plenty of things to shoot. Gamers can enjoy three single player modes including story, survival, and challenge.

Trivia Crack Gets Updated To Version 2.0 With New Features

If you love trivia you may have already heard of Trivia Crack. It was just recently updated to version 2.0 which brings in a slight visual overhaul, new language support, and the ability to extend your lives by an unlimited amount if you feel the need. There are other improvements too, those are just the most notable.

AD2460 Is A Space Browser Game You Can Play On Mobile

There are plenty of space games to play on Android, but AD2460 is unique in that it can actually save you some storage since this is an HTML5 browser game you can play on your device. It's a space-based RTS game with plenty of action, space battles(of course)and requires a good strategic mind if you plan to beat others. This game requires a monthly fee to play. You can login and create accounts at the main website.

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