Another busy week for Android – much like every week! As a result, it’s pretty challenging trying to cram every single news story onto the site, though we do try.

But that’s what this round up’s for. Each week, we scour the internet for the best news bits we missed, and put them all in one place so you don’t have to do it yourself. We even do the same for the best stories on DroidGamers each week.

So get comfy, and relax into Sunday with DroidGamers.

Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy will launch on Android this April 18th

Next to get the Telltale treatment is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy – and the iteration is coming sooner than you think.

The first episode of Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy launches on Android on April 18th. Check out the official website for more info.

Reigns got a massive update

We’re all eagerly awaiting Reigns 2 right now, but don’t write the first one off just yet. It’s just got a massive update that introduces a massive 100 new cards to the game.

There’s still life in this kingdom just yet, so go and grab it from Google Play right now.

Little Nightmares is getting a cute mobile spinoff called Little Dreams

Light Nightmares is an upcoming indie platformer with a moody charm. Much like Limbo before it, this one dwells in darkness.

On the other hand, Little Dreams is all about the colour. It’s not a platformer though, and is instead some kind of 2D strategy game. There’s little else to go on right now though, aside from a few screenshots.

Keep an eye on the Little Nightmares site for more info on this one.

Space Ape announced an RPG shooter featuring a bunch of YouTubers

Fastlane: Road to Revenge was announced by Space Ape this week, and it’s a top-down retro shooter in which a bunch of YouTube stars try and blow each other up in a variety of vehicles. Crazy stuff.

There’s no firm release date for this one just yet, but it will be on Android this spring. More info’s on the official site.

Mi-Clos’s multiplayer detective adventure Antioch: Scarlet Bay is out next week

Mi-Clos is leaving space behind and looking closer to home in its upcoming multiplayer adventure, Antioch: Scarlet Bay.

It’s beautifully noir, and sees you and a friend take up the role of detectives, working together to solve crimes.

You don’t have long to wait either, as Antioch: Scarlet Bay will launch on Thursday next week.