Becoming the next great Android game developer takes more than just luck. If you want to make the next great mobile game, you need to have the skills to make it. The problem is, there aren’t many courses or guides or “BEGIN HERE” sets of instructions to get you going – you have to go out, find it all on your own, and hope you made the right decisions on courses. Thankfully, the current Android Game Developer Bundle we have on-sale in the DL Deals shop is here to help take the pain (and price) out of the entire process.
For just $49 (with a value well over $700), you can get into Android game development in a hurry. From an Android Lollipop Dev Course (118 lectures) to 2D Game Developing with Unity3D (20 lectures) to an All-Level Android App Development Course (32 lectures) to earning income with your games (49 lectures), you have a course put together to help anyone kickstart their development carrier.
Overall, you have seven courses in the bundle, though you only have three days left to get them all at $49.
Star Wars fans can head on over to Google Play and pick up the latest RPG title to drop, Knights of the Old Republic. Launched more than 10 years ago on consoles, the gameplay and graphics have been untouched for this version, which weighs it in at around 2.5GB. (more…)
Noodlecake Studios is a mobile games developer that, it so happens, has a very respectable Play Store presence. The company does well enough for itself, but in the spirit of giving, it has partnered with the folks at Humble Bundle to offer a rotating selection of its many titles at a steep discount. (more…)
Taking place on Google Play, thanks to the holidays, you can find a nice long list of great apps and games, all on sale for a limited time. Included in this sale are a few very well known titles, such as Rayman Jungle Run ($0.10) and Rayman Fiesta Run ($0.50), as well as The Room Two ($0.99) and Deus Ex: The Fall ($0.99).
Many of these games go for way more than just a dollar, so getting them at such a bargain is fantastic. If you need a few games to keep you busy over the holidays, check out the full list below. (more…)
Amazon announced its largest giveaway bundle ever this morning, which will go live on December 24 and run through December 26. For a limited time, $220 worth of apps and games will be free to download through the Amazon Appstore, including games from makers such as Rovio (Angry Birds), Halfbrick (Fruit Ninja), and SEGA (Sonic the Hedgehog). (more…)
Usually, few decisions in a Telltale game are straightforward; each nudges the story in a different, sometimes unpleasant, direction. In what has become the developer’s signature, players are regularly confronted with troubling moral quandaries which have no easy answer. But in Tales from the Borderlands, the implications are, in keeping with the lighter tone of the source material, not nearly as serious. (more…)
Announced this morning, Mojang, the makers of Minecraft, are teaming up with the wizards over at Telltale Games to produce a narrative based in the Minecraft world. It will be tastefully titled Minecraft: Story Mode. From Mojang’s experience, players want stories inside of their world, which is the basis for this idea of a collaboration. Mojang will provide the world, while Telltale will provide the story to go with it.
Due out sometime in 2015, it will be released in episodes, just like every other Telltale title. As a reminder, Telltale is the studio behind the new Game of Thrones title on Android, as well as the super popular The Walking Dead series of games. (more…)
A massive sale on Square Enix titles is taking place on Google Play, allowing all of you Final Fantasy fans to snatch the titles up to 50% off their usual prices. As you may know, these games are usually listed in the $15-20 range, so to be able to pick them up for 50% off is quite the bargain.
In addition to just Final Fantasy titles, there are also Dragon Quest titles, as well as Chrono Trigger, all under done by the same Square Enix teams.
All links to Google Play are placed below. (more…)