Final Deal Reminder: NES30 Bluetooth Gaming Controller for $29.99

I know that we have written this NES30 Bluetooth controller up a couple of times already, but many of you seem to be excited about it and we didn’t want anyone to miss out before it goes away. This deal is only around in the DL Deals shop for two more days.

At $29.99, it’s actually a solid deal if you need a fun take on a controller that can be paired with your phone or tablet. Outside of being an affordable controller, it’s also awesome for the simple fact that it was made to look like an old NES controller that should bring back plenty of happy childhood memories.

Again, two days left. $29.99. NES-style. Get some.

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Telltale Game’s Tales From the Borderlands Now Available on Google Play, Priced at $4.99

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…)

Minecraft: Story Mode Announced by Telltale Games and Mojang, Launch in 2015

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…)

Select Square Enix Titles 50% Off Through Google Play, Final Fantasy IV and V Included

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…)

BADLAND Hits 20M Players, Celebrates With 10 New DAYDREAM Levels

To celebrate hitting 20 million players, BADLAND received an update this afternoon, containing a new level pack called DAYDREAM. For those of you who have not played BADLAND, it is a platformer based on a floating little shadowy character, set in a world of industrious waste and machines. Your goal is to navigate these worlds, reaching the end without being killed.

Inside the 10 new levels are 30 new missions, as well as 5 new achievements. In addition, a new character named SNORF is playable, which should help freshen up the gameplay.  (more…)

Gamer Publisher BulkyPix Celebrates 6th Anniversary, Offers a Few Titles for Free

To celebrate its sixth anniversary of publishing games, BulkyPix, the makers of many hit titles, are giving away seven games on the Android platform. As a note, the company is giving away 16 titles on iOS, so if you have an iPhone or iPad, you are in for even more of a treat.

As for us on Android, we have been gifted the games Hyper Trip, 4444, Nimble Squiggle, I Am a Brave Knight, Pigs Can’t Fly, Luminux, and Fallin Love. Most of these titles are puzzle titles, but having played 4444 and Nimble Squiggle myself, I can vouch for their entertaining qualities. Especially when they are free.

Below, the seven games are listed with links to Google Play.  (more…)

Dumb Ways to Die 2 Recently Launched to Google Play, Freemium to the Max

It has been a little over a year since the original Dumb Ways to Die landed on Google Play, but we are very happy to see that Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games, has reached our platform. The original, albeit a bit repetitive, was an amazing game. Inside that title, there are many mini puzzles which tested your quickness, in a mission to save little creatures from killing themselves.

The sequel, Dumb Ways to Die 2, is a toast to classic, but with a new twist. In the game, you are shown a larger world, each with its own set of challenges. While you are still trying to save little dudes from committing suicide, the puzzles seem more thought out, while still being very difficult at times.  (more…)