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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril Now Available on Android

The LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril video game is finally available for Android users. This version was released earlier this year for Apple iOS and now Android users get to enjoy the game as well. This version of Universe in Peril is also the same game that you can find on Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, and PlayStation Vita but at a very cheaper price. The only downside is that you’ll need at least 1.1gb of space on your Android mobile device if you want to play it since there’s tons of content and cinematics that’s jam-packed in the app. The game costs $4.99 and you can download it on Google Play.

LEGO® Marvel™ Super Heroes: Universe in Peril features an original story crossing the entire Marvel Universe. Take control of Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Wolverine and many more Marvel characters as they unite to stop Loki and a host of other Marvel villains from assembling a super-weapon capable of destroying the world!
GAME FEATURES:
• Over 91 playable characters, such as Iron Man, Spider-Man, Captain America, Wolverine, and more can be unlocked as you progress through the game. Select character families can be accessed at any time through purchase via our in-game store.
• Complete 45 action-packed missions as you chase down Cosmic Bricks across key locations from the Marvel Universe
• Battle enemies using super power abilities such as flight, super strength and invisibility.
• Use fast-paced combat moves and activate Super Moves like Hulk’s Thunder Clap and

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LEGO Hero Factory: Brain Attack Available on Google Play

If you have an Android phone or tablet, the LEGO Hero Factory: Brain Attack game by Amuzo Games is now available for free on Google Play. The game is your standard wave, top-down, shoot-em up game with Hero Factory characters so if you’re into those types of games, this would be a good one for you to try. Like many other games, you can customize and upgrade your armor and weapons as the game progresses. You also get to have a sidekick to help you through the levels or team up with your friends for an all-out assault. I’ve downloaded it a few hours ago and played through the first two levels and it’s a pretty good game. The graphics are very nice but it does load a little slow. Again, the game is free and the developers are actively updating the game in 2013 with a major update at the end of January. Give it a try and let us know what you think of LEGO Hero Factory: Brain Attack. If you have an iOS device, you can download it from iTunes here.

Action-packed LEGO® Hero Factory game – fight the evil brains!
Enjoy the latest, all-action LEGO® Hero Factory game, featuring awesome 3D graphics, incredible weapons and an army of evil brains. Makuhero City is under attack and only you can save the day!
-Defend Makuhero City and stop the waves of brains attacking the Hero Factory
-Customise your hero with fantastic weapons and armour
-Select Furno, Bulk, Breeze or Rocka to

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LEGO CUUSOO Andy/Bugdroid the Android by Google

If you’ve used any kind of smartphone, then you’ve probably seen this little guy before. Marc Young, aka GHLTurbo, has created Andy the Android/Bugdroid and needs your help to reach 10000 supporters on LEGO CUUSOO. Word has got out to the Android world and people are showing a lot of support. As of this writing, the project has already hit 3300 supporters within three days of being submitted on CUUSOO but it needs more supporters to be considered by LEGO for review. As an Android fan myself, I would definitely buy one if the project was produced. If you like what you see, head over to LEGO CUUSOO and help Marc get 10000 supporters for the Android mascot. Below is a brief description of Andy the Android by Google:

Being a fan of Lego and Google’s Android operating system, this creation was only natural for me. I did some searching and couldn’t find any really good Android Lego builds so I decided to build one myself.

This build currently uses 205 pieces of (mostly) Lime Green bricks. Using the approximate price per brick of $0.15 puts this kit around $30. There were many compromises in this build to get it to the model stage and I estimate that given the full catalogue of Lego parts in Lime Green, the part count of the final build could be reduced by 25%.

There are several points of articulation built into this model. The head can rotate 360 degrees as well as both arms. The antennae can also

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