As if it wasn’t awesome enough for Telltale Games to start releasing its great The Walking Dead games on Android, we have now been blessed with the launch of The Wolf Among Us, as well. The game, based on the comic series Fables, only launched on PC eight months ago, but we are getting to play it on our Android devices today. As long as you have the Amazon Appstore installed, of course. (more…)
For today and tomorrow only, Amazon is hosting a massive app sale (more like app giveaway) through the Amazon Appstore. As of right now, the value of the free apps totals a little over $100, with a few of the titles being pretty popular.
To list only a few games, since there is a serious list of apps available for free, Amazon currently has Sonic the Hedgehog 2, The Room Two (Kindle edition), Root Explorer, Ravensword: Shadowland, Loco Motors, Splashtop Remote Desktop, Plex, and many others all listed as free. (more…)
Amazon announced today that its selection of apps in the Appstore has tripled in the past year and that “developers continue to report strong monetization” thanks to the apps they sell there. Rather than simply pass along that news, we thought we would instead see if any of you care.
Because well, Amazon used to grab our attention with free apps of the day, but even that train seems to have run out of steam over the last couple of years. In other words, we rarely talk about the Amazon Appstore unless they are bundling a whole bunch of apps together for free for a special occasion. In fact, I had to install the store this morning in order to take the picture at the top of this post.
So I’m curious – do you use the Amazon Appstore to download apps?
Available for download from the Amazon Appstore for owners of the aforementioned devices, The Walking Dead Season Two follows a young girl named Clementine, in her attempt to survive the zombie apocalypse. The first episode is free, but the season pass is $15. (more…)
Amazon kicked off a new Memorial Day deal this morning, which allows Appstore users to get up to 1,000 free Amazon Coins, a $10 value. For the coins, all you have to do is download up to five different free apps, all giving you 200 coins each. Download all five, get the 1,000 coins. These coins can be used towards IAPs in the games or you can use them to purchase other games in the Appstore. (more…)
Astute Kindle Fire users have probably realized this, but an indispensable app has long been absent from the Amazon Appstore. I’m referring, of course, to Pokémon TV, which saw an iOS and Android release last February. Thankfully, Kindle Fire users can finally catch up (‘em?) with Ash and the gang starting today.
Pokémon TV features an impressive library of Pokémon anime. It is updated weekly from a collection 700 episodes spanning 16 seasons, which is probably equivalent to at least 5 or 6 complete games of Pokémon Blue. (more…)