New Android apps worth downloading: Lookout Security update, Conjure, Wild Blood | Android Apps

New Android apps worth downloading: Lookout Security update, Conjure, Wild Blood

Oct 9, 2012

Here are three great Android apps to enjoy. Lookout Security & Antivirus just hit version 3.0 and arrives with a fresh UI, and the new Signal Flare feature so you can track a lost device even as its battery dies. Conjure is an app that works alongside your launcher to help speed up opening apps or accessing various settings. Finally, we’ve got Wild Blood, an epic action-adventure game with plenty of gore and combat on tap.

What’s it about? This new beat-em-up from Gameloft lets you relive the unforgettable journey of Sir Lancelot.

What’s cool? With its stunning Unreal engine, this medieval action adventure offers spectacular 3D graphics and plenty of fighting. It reimagines the story of Sir Lancelot as he confronts King Arthur and the evil Morgana in order to free the world of demons and save Guinevere. There are 20 different enemies including epic bosses, gory combat with both melee and ranged weapons, plenty of great weapons and even the odd puzzle along the way.

Who is it for? There’s pretty much something for everyone here. Fans of fighting games will enjoy the blood-streaked combat, while multiplayer fans can have fun with up to eight friends in the team deathmatch and capture the flag modes. There are also plenty of fascinating environments to explore. Buyers should be aware that Wild Blood requires 2GB of free space to install.

What’s it like? Wild Blood is a hack-and-slash action game and bears some resemblance to older non-mobile titles like God of War or Devil May Cry, but it also draws some inspiration from games like Darksiders.

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Marty Gabel

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