Gaming

Amazon TV device could be Chromecast-like, stream PC games

A new report suggest Amazon will offer streaming PC titles with their incoming TV device. Further adding intrigue is that it’s said to be a dongle, like the Chromecast or new Roku device. Such a move would put the new device closer to a console than a streaming media stick as we know them to be.

Google Play Games gets improved multiplayer, virtual gifts, more

Google Play Games new feature set has been confirmed. The news, which slipped last night is now official. In this case we are looking at features more intended for the developer side, which touched on the Google Play Games SDK. Of course, while this is initially aimed at developers, it should also serve to give the average mobile game player some hints in terms of what will be coming.

Crazy Taxi: City Rush announced by Sega

Sega, along with Hardlight Studios has announced the latest for the Crazy Taxi franchise. There will be a new version coming, and they have also made the original available for free as part of a limited time promo offer. The new release will be Crazy Taxi: City Rush, and the original currently sits in the Play Store where it can be downloaded for free.

Amazon game controller appears in image leak

An Amazon set-top box has been the subject on numerous rumors, and as of today it would appear as if we are getting a first look at some of the hardware. We aren't seeing the box itself, but a piece that brings a clear suggestion of functionality. Dave Zatz recently spotted some images of a game controller.

Company attempts to enforce “Flappy” trademark pending approval

Soon the word "flappy" will have a different connotation altogether. Although the game that started it all has officially gone away, its legacy remains with sometimes ridiculous consequences. Now a company is trying to get game developers to drop their flappy names because it claims to own the trademark that it applied for just a month ago.

Asus Gamebox controller spotted, adds more mystery to Android gaming

Asus is reportedly preparing a gaming console. Specs for a device named Gamebox have already been spotted on AnTuTu’s site, and now it seems we’re getting our first look at a controller. With the proper gaming consoles dominated by Microsoft and Sony, it seems this will be an Android-powered platform.

Threes! now available for Android

Threes! has been available for iOS users for roughly a month now, and while Android users have had similar number-based puzzle games available, we suspect some have been waiting to hear about Threes! for Android. Well, the developer, Sirvo LLC, has made the game available by way of the Play Store. And nicer yet, they are selling the game at a discounted price to celebrate the launch.
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