Android gaming

OUYA in trouble, company needs a serious buyer

No official announcement has been made by the company or any of its executives yet but Ouya seems to be in trouble. An email was recently leaked, believed to have a mention of the company being in debt and in need of a buyer. CEO Julie Uhrman was said to have sent this information to advisors and investors. This was after the Ouya-Alibaba deal worth $10 million was launched. Alibaba has invested in Ouya, in hopes that the latter will be saved.

Razer products ready to enhance Android gaming, now on pre-order

Some of you into Android gaming may have been disappointed that the Razer Forge TV was pulled back out after having gone up for pre-order earlier this April. We already got our hands on what we believe could level up Android living room gaming. It's not the first gaming product from Razer as we've seen several devices and apps from the brand in the past already. But good news from the company, the Forge TV is now back for pre-order and is available in a special bundle.

Razer Cortex game launcher will stream games from PC to living room

Razer’s new Forge TV – an Android microconsole for your living room – is grabbing all the headlines at CES 2015, but a new feature that will leverage on the Forge TV being an Android-based TV console (and all Android TV consoles for that matter) will likely blow you away once you realize the potential it brings for gamers. Enter Razer Cortex’s “Stream” function.

Feed this pug real food and he’d go Nomnomnom….

Ever tried feeding a pug? It’s one hungry dog you might run out of food. It gets really hungry you have to feed it fast. You’ll know what I’m talking about when you download this new game aptly called Nomnomnom.

Ouya rumored to be in acquisition talks with several companies

Ouya, the $99 gaming console that runs Android has been taking geek town by storm, thanks to its very low price. Recently, we’ve been hearing reports that the company is discussing with several big companies not just in the United States but also in China regarding a possible acquisition.

First ROMs for the NVIDIA Shield Tablet surface

We’re all big fans of the NVIDIA Shield Tablet – that gaming-centered Android tablet which at one point we were unsure if it would fulfill its potential or even wow its potential market. We were blown away on both counts. We love the quality and gamers and techno-geeks alike have been impressed with it – so much that in a little over a month, it’s been rooted, received a major OTA update, and now custom ROMs have come out for the device.

Nuts! is a cute new endless ‘climbing’ game

If you’re looking for your next cute attack, check out this cool new game from Limbic, traditional purveyors of awesomely crafted games like Zombie Gunship and Tower Madness. This new game is an endless runner – or should we say, “endless tree climber” – called “Nuts!” which we think will be a sure hit with you and your family.

NVIDIA’s SHIELD Tablet is the next step in Android/PC gaming

What if the NVIDIA SHIELD were different? The portable gaming device turned heads on launch, and continued to do so well into its lifespan, supporting PC gaming as well as Android. The latest iteration of SHIELD takes it one step further, bringing you a tablet and controller that work together, but aren’t joined at the hip.
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