This Week's Android Charts: So Excited for a New Game I Don't Care That It's Wipeout

I've been rather hard on Activision's mobile Wipeout game in the past, largely because it's based on a silly television obstacle course show and not my beloved series of PlayStation hovercar racing games. Today I'm just so happy to see a new game in the Android paid charts that I don't care. C'mere Wipeout, you big lug.

I seriously just spent $1.99 on the game. Consider it a welcome to the charts gift, Wipeout. After weeks of watching the same titles shuffle about the charts lazily, your presence is a ray of sunshine in my dark, day-late Android charting world.

Yes, the more astute and observant among you may have noticed that I've been running this week's charts a day later than I usually do. This is all part of an ingenious plan and has nothing to do with me not having time to get the iPhone charts done on Tuesday.

I guess I should probably play this game now. *pokes at it* Maybe later.


Top Paid Android Games — 2/21/2013

RankGameLast WeekChange
1.Minecraft Pocket Edition10
2.Ruzzle20
3.Where's My Water?30
4.Grand Theft Auto III40
5.Need for Speed: Most Wanted8+3
6.Fruit Ninja7+1
7.Where's My Perry?6-1
8.WipeoutN/AN/A
9.Scramble with FriendsN/AN/A
10.Angry Birds Space100

Top Free Android Games — 2/21/2013

RankGameLast WeekChange
1.Temple Run 210
2.4 Pics 1 WordN/AN/A
3.What's the Word?N/AN/A
4.Subway Surfers2-2
5.The Simpsons: Tapped OutN/AN/A
6.Ruzzle Free3-3
7.Candy Crush Saga4-3
8.Fruit Ninja Free5-3
9.Angry Birds6-3
10.Hill Climb RacingN/AN/A