Plants vs Zombies 2 finally appears. The catch, however, is that it officially only available in China through Baidu's AppSearch Android market.
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OUYA first announced the "Free the Games" fund back in mid-July. The program was created to entice developers to bring games to the OUYA platform and later launched in August. The idea seemed simple enough, OUYA would match funds (up to $1 million) for game developers that launched and successfully funded a Kickstarter campaign with at least $50,000 in funding. Anyway, it seems a few of those participating in the fund were not playing entirely by the rules.
Plants vs Zombies 2 to hit our Android devices with no end in sight. It seems, though, that those in China will have their pea-shooting zombie-killing cravings satiated as the game is rumored to be launching in Chinese markets very soon.
entice game studios to develop for the device. And it seems that Telltale Games, makers of the critically-acclaimed The Walking Dead game, has just been enticed.
Rovio dropped a few Angry Birds Star Wars II teasers late last week and those came along with the promise of some character introductions. The game is set for release on September 19th and Rovio has said it will include bird and pig versions of over 30 characters from the Star Wars universe. Rovio also promised that character introductions would begin today.
MOGA unveiled their latest game controllers a few months earlier and it looks like they have finally arrived for pre-order. And while there hasn't been a firm release date revealed just yet, there is a bit more of a narrowed timeframe available. The earlier announcement had these new Power Series controllers coming in the fall. Well, as of today the pre-order listing is showing a mid-October shipping time.
Rovio began teasing the "brand new" Angry Birds Star Wars release back in mid-July. That teasing was then followed-up with an official announcement. At that time we learned that Angry Birds Star Wars II was going to be released in September and with support for Hasbro's TELEPODS. Well, flash forward till today and we now have the first "Join The Pork Side" video.
OUYA, but there is also the GameStick, GamePop, GamePop Mini and others. Th GamePop is from BlueStacks, the same company that has been allowing users to run Android apps on a Mac or Windows computer. That aside, it looks like the folks at BlueStacks have recently announced five new developer partners.