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Superpowers

Superpowers challenges you to go from zero to hero, using only your wits. As in the character attribute-building process in role-playing games, the object here is to build up your skills and abilities from ordinary to unbeatable.You start out with…

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    Sometimes games are that much better when you’ve got your favorite people, or even a couple of strangers online, playing with you! If you and your buds are looking for a new game to get into, these are bound to spark an interest in your heart!

    This list isn’t in order of best to least because all of these titles are pretty stellar!

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    Warframe

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    [Update: Rolling out now] Android Wear v2.9 will add unread notification counter and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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    Amazon

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