PC gamers in the crowd might be in for a treat. The popular Mount & Blade franchise has arrived on Android in the form of a new title called Mount & Blade: Warband. This port of the title is apparently thanks to the efforts of NVIDIA.
As expected, halfway into its campaign, Humble Bundle adds a few more games to its list. While these three games look simple on the surface, each bears its own unique feature that could keep you entertained for hours.
If you have the urge to relive gaming history's classic moments on a bigger screen, then look no further. GamingCast will let you play old-school games like Pong and a more recent Snake on your TV thanks to the magic of Chromecast.
Humble Bundle has just announced yet another campaign for Android. Pay what you want for four mobile games, including the water racing Riptide GP2 and territorial strategy Catan, or even six if you get to beat the current average.
Crescent Moon Games, one of the more prolific mobile game developers and publishers, has announced a new game coming to Android this month. Demonrock: War of Ages is a sword swinging, fireball flinging reverse tower defense RPG that follows in the footsteps of the likes of Diablo.
If you've felt that game developers Rovio have abandoned our Angry Birds in their tropical captivity then you have another thing coming. Our agitated avian friends are back to cause some destruction and this time they have to rescue some new aquatic friends as well.
In a move that might cause a good number of fans to cringe and shudder, Square Enix has revealed details of the mobile incarnation of the hit game Hitman. Titled Hitman Go, the game will still rely on stealth and strategy but almost throws everything else outside the window.
ASUS may have just unveiled its own Chromebox version, but it seems that the manufacturer isn't done with surprises just yet. Making its way into AnTuTu's benchmarking site is a device that is simply called the ASUS Gamebox, which makes it totally clear what its purpose is.
Staying true to his warnings more than 22 hours earlier, game developer Dong Nguyen has taken off the overnight sensation Flappy Bird from Google Play Store. The sudden success, controversy, and now departure of the game sounds almost like a story straight out of Hollywood.
EA Games has just pushed out a new update to the sequel to the hit Plants Vs. Zombies game. This latest version pushes the game's plot forward by bringing back the one who is supposedly the very man, or creature, behind the zombie invasion: Dr. Zomboss.