Temporarily exclusive to iOS, the latest in the Angry Birds franchise from game maker Rovio, Angry Birds Transformers, is now available on Android for free.
The game appears to be a side-scrolling, endless-runner-like blow-em-up affair, with Angry Birds characters being used as Transformers. There are vehicles, upgrades, an option to tag team with friends, and a roster of heroes with unique attacks and abilities that can be unlocked. If you read that a certain way, like I just did, that can only mean one thing – massive in-app purchases. And sure enough, the Google Play listing suggests that there are in-app purchases ranging from $4.99 to $99. (more…)
Disney’s Star Wars: Galactic Defense hit Google Play this week, allowing mobile gamers to choose the light or dark side in a new take on the tower defense franchise. In the game, once you decide if you will be evil or good, you build your defenses against enemies, upgrading towers and troops to defeat incoming baddies. (more…)
In a deal currently taking place through its Appstore, Amazon is handing out over $115 of paid apps and games for completely free, featuring titles which actually kick butt. For starters, gamers can hop up on Zombie Gunship, Unpossible, World of Goo, Sonic the Hedgehog, or even test their trivia skills with one of my favorite games, Trivia Crack.
As for regular apps, Amazon is offering Plex, the Human Anatomy Atlas, Lapse It Pro, Boxer Pro, and BeFunky Photo Editor among a few others. (more…)
With Halloween directly around the corner, it might be time to have a good fright. A game currently available on Google Play may be able to help you, titled The Jusou, which places you in one of the scariest haunted houses you might ever come across. (more…)
After a period of exclusivity through Amazon, The Wolf Among Us is now available to the majority of Android users through Google Play, priced at free to download. Created by Telltale, the same folks that brought you The Walking Dead series, the game is based on episodes, meaning that once you complete the first episode, you will need to purchase the additional parts of the story. (more…)
A ton of great games are available through Google Play for a discounted price this week, such as true classics like GTA III, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas. If you think you might have a few hours to kill over the weekend, there are no better time wasters than that.
However, if shooting up cities is not your modus operandi, Hitman GO may be more to your liking. In terms of puzzlers, it is one of our favoties. To top it off, World of Goo is available, RBI Baseball 14 (go Giants!), the Great Little War Game franchise, and many more.
Take a look at the full list below. (more…)
To celebrate the ten year anniversary of San Andreas – seriously, it’s been ten years already – Rockstar Games is hosting a sale through the Android, Amazon, and iOS platforms, bringing deep discounts to all three available Grand Theft Auto titles, including GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas. (more…)
A name-your-own-price bundle recently hit the DL Deals store, one which will have you programming your very own games for very little upfront cash. In the bundle, buyers have access to four separate sections – Becoming a Unity 3D Power User, Pro Video Game Art School, Customer Engagement with Gamification, and tutorials on Crafting Hans-Painted Textures. (more…)