"Diversify!" the people cried, and so our normal weekly roundup of five mostly iOS titles was invaded by a tiny ball of fluff only available on Microsoft-powered smart phones. What, you want Android games? I'm not even sure that's a real thing.

Of course Android games are a real thing, and I fully intended to add another to our list this week, but then Stephen went and stole my Thursday slot with something called Fieldrunners 2, which, as you may have sussed, is the sequel to Fieldrunners.

Worry not, my fine, green capsule robot worshipping friends. There shall be Android games, and more Windows Phone 7 titles, both Xbox Live and Xbox Dead. And hey, Blackberry gamers! Buy a real phone!


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