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Submitted by JoeMatar 619d ago | opinion piece

The Best Android Indies of 2013 | Hardcore Droid

While many indie games suffer from the same problems as their AAA peers, getting mired down in retreaded subject material and clichéd mechanics, the most interesting titles recognize their freedom and show no fear in taking advantage of it. The qualifier of “indie” should indicate that you're in for a unique and inventive experience. So here’s Hardcore Droid’s list of the games most representative of that so far in 2013. (Android, Astro Shark, Finding Teddy, iPhone, Mobile, Night Sky, PUK, Scribblenauts Remix, Super Hexagon, The Room, The Traveler, They Need To Be Fed 2)

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