The awaited day has finally arrived and NVIDIA SHIELD owners can now get their hands on Valve's hit titles. The native Android ports of Portal and Half-Life 2 are now available exclusively for the gaming handheld, albeit for a rather high price.
Running, in an endless runner sort of way, is probably hard enough, but can you do that while trying to fight your way against shadowy monstrosities? That is exactly what game developer BulkyPix wants you to find out in its latest title Dark Lands.
It seems that Valve and NVIDIA's pairing will bear yet another fruit. The iconic first person shooter Half-Life 2 is teased to soon be making its way to Android, and it will be stopping by the SHIELD console first.
Those who have stuck with the augmented reality game Ingress will now have something more to chew on, or with. Niantic Labs is pushing out an update that adds more levels to the game and makes an uber powerful weapon available for anyone.
SNK Playmore is back with another classic title, but this time it's actually more of a reimagining than a straightfoward port. Metal Slug Defense mutates the popular side-scrolling run and gun shooter game into a side-scrolling tower defense game.
The Force is strong with Google. Or at least that's what it would like us to believe. And to prove that, it has put up a selection of items on Google Play Store for a rather tempting discount in order to lure people into the Droid side.
Avid gamers on both PC and Android might have something to chew on very soon. XCOM has announced that its turn-based sci-fi strategy/tactics game will soon be landing on Android, having made its way to the PC, consoles, and iOS.
Spring is in the air and Google wants you to remember that fact by holding another one of its sales focusing on game content. In this round, quite a number of premium games have slashed their normal prices to a range starting from $1 to just $4.