Android, the number one mobile OS in the world with millions of devices activated daily, the extremely popular Plants vs Zombies 2 is still doing great. While we all know these numbers would be substantially higher with a simultaneous release, the developers from PopCap games are already celebrating nearly 25 million downloads.
Gameloft's Gangstar Vegas hit title arrived on the Google Play Store back in June, and since has been extremely popular. This week the developers updated the game with a brand new episode, Mojave Apocalypse, and in a surprise move also dropped the price nearly 40%. So with that this is our weekend feature for you to enjoy on this 3 day holiday weekend.
NVIDIA SHIELD Andoid-powered game console is getting its second software update since launching late last month and reaching store shelves. The 5-inch Tegra 4 rocking gamepad is being updated by NVIDIA to software update 59 with new features such as moving entire games to the micro-SD, more Miracast streaming support and plenty of new games.
WikiPad we have some good news for customers in the UK. After having a slew of delays last year, missing their end of October release date, then re-announcing the device in a smaller 7-inch Tegra 3 package earlier this year, the WikiPad is finally available. And we now have a UK release date too.
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.
Angry Birds, Rovio, teased a brand new game like nothing they've released before called Angry Birds GO! This wasn't your typical game flinging birds at bricks or in space, instead it hinted at some sort of racing or endless runner title. Well, today they're back with a neat little teaser, but we don't have a release date yet.
Gameloft have just released the 8th installment to their classic racing franchise for mobile. That being Asphalt 8: Airborne. We saw it when Google announced the Nexus 7 followed by a slight delay, and today it's officially available for almost all Android devices. Oh, and it works amazingly well with the NVIDIA SHIELD, so we're doing our review with that device. Check out this high flying, octane-boosting game below.
NVIDIA SHIELD Android-powered game controller and console around here. Offering up the power of NVIDIA's Tegra 4 quad-core and a 5-inch 720p HD display all built inside and onto a dedicated game controller. Well, there's tons of Android and Steam games you can play, but a popular YouTube channel is showing us nearly 9000 games all using emulators.