1、And knew the patterns of his foul beguiling;<p>Disney has flicked its magic wand to release Star Wars: Commander on Android.</p><p>If you don't know what this game is then allow me to fill that hole with one short sentence: Clash of Clans with a Star Wars re-skin.</p><p>No kidding. We called it a "cumbersome" and "tired" take on a tired genre in our iOS review. "You probably don't need Star Wars: Commander in your life," was our conclusion.</p><p>Well, that didn't stop you all downloading it and, more than likely, playing the hell out of it on iOS.</p><p>As there are a lot of Star Wars fans, and Clash of Clans and its knock-offs are stupendously popular, we thought to just quickly let you know about this Android release.</p><p>So, here you go: Star Wars: Commander is now available on Android via Google Play.</p><p>There are much better games out there, but hey, what is fandom for if not sticking with something through adversity?</p>Android Police
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3、<p>In a restless sea of puzzle and brain-training games, Appsolute Games' Memdot is more than welcome as it's set to launch later this week on iOS.</p><p>Memdot does as it suggests without any padding. It's a game with dots that happens to be a memory game too, but what you should take note of is its simple-yet-effective concept: 'A tiny memory game for people who like round things.'</p><p>Designed with only three factors – the dots, the colour of the dots, and the colour the background turns, the aim of the game is to pick the right dot that matches the background colour. The catch is that the dot colours disappear before the background colour appears, making you beef-up your visual memory.</p>Memdot will be released on the App Store this Thursday 18th for 79p/99c. Android will be coming later this month.