Gaming

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.

BlueStacks GamePop game console resurfaces with a new look

BlueStacks announced the GamePop Android gaming console way back in May of 2013. The GamePop was said to be a subscription based game system. Pricing was set at $99.99 with a monthly fee of $6.99. BlueStacks even offered an early bird deal which included a free console if you were willing to pre-pay for a year long subscription. It was all beginning to sound good, then we saw BlueStacks announce the GamePop Mini, and then the talk went quiet.

‘The Walking Dead’ will have a mobile game soon

AMC is readying a mobile game spun from their hit show The Walking Dead. Though no timeline for release was announced, the studio has brought in an experienced game studio in Next Games to help the project along. Details are sparse right now, but we’re promised the same “moment-to-moment tension of the TV series”.

Royal Revolt 2 arrives for Android

Arriving just in time for the weekend, Royal Revolt 2 has arrived in the Play Store. This Android release comes just after the iOS release, which flaregames had available in the App Store as of last week. A week of wait certainly isn't much to complain about, however there was mention of the Android release arriving to celebrate Google Play's second birthday.

Unspoken Tales tries to bring deeper games on mobile

There is no dearth of games available today for mobile devices, on Android or iOS. But there are still some gaping holes in the mobile gaming that keep it from reaching its full potential equivalent to that of PCs or consoles. That is a hole that a new company by the name of Unspoken Tales wants to fill by bringing what it considers hardcore, story-driven games to tablets.

NVIDIA TegraZone gains Rochard and Smash Hit

Another pair of games has arrived in the TegraZone today. This latest release includes Rochard and Smash Hit, and of course, along with being found in the TegraZone, both will be available by way of the Play Store. Not to mention, both will be taking advantage of the Tegra 4 processor. Rochard requires a game controller, and Smash Hit is touch-only, which seems to suggest we have something for a variety of device owners.
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