Butterscotch Shenanigans has announced the official release date for their highly anticipated Crashlands game for mobile platforms. This game, which has been in the works for over 2 years now, will finally be getting released next month. That means there is still a bit of a wait left, but at least there is a definitive end to it.
Yesterday we reported on Mojang who did a live stream Q&A session on Twitch about Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition. Everything from future plans for both versions of the game, to what we can expect in the very next update was covered. A few interesting tidbits did come out that fans of the franchise will be interested to know.
We talk about games on a fairly regular basis that end up being released initially with restrictions on what countries can download it or are just a location exclusive title permanently. This happens a lot with some really great games that happen to end up being for Japan Android users only.
Welcome to another addition of Minecraft: Pocket Edition Modding 101. In this part we will be going over how you can access all the blocks currently unavailable to you in Minecraft: Pocket Edition even though they are actually in the game itself. 95% of these blocks are functioning as well including the mystical TNT which will explode and cause damage.
Welcome to our new series which we will be doing every day for the next few days before slowing down into a weekly series, or whenever something new comes out to do with Minecraft: Pocket Edition. This series will go over all kinds of things that you can do with Minecraft: Pocket Edition such as importing custom texture packs, how to get unavailable blocks and today’s subject, importing custom maps.
Rockstar recently released a game this past winter from their little known franchise called Grand Theft Auto. Hide your children, hide your wife, Grand Theft Auto III has made its way from your living room television to your pocket in form of the Grand Theft Auto III: 10 Anniversary Edition.
We figured this would end up happening sooner than later since there are websites dedicated to modding the PC version of Grand Theft Auto III. Now, however, there is one for modding the mobile version as well, both on Android and iOS.
Little over a week ago we talked about how you can boost the graphics in Grand Theft Auto 3 in a few simple steps. Now we get to talk about modding the game to add new cars, building textures and other mods to really customize your version of Grand Theft Auto 3.
So you want to make your own control pad for Android gaming on your Samsung Epic 4G because you don’t want to wait until a Game Gripper or some other add-on to come along and support your phone. Well at least one person shares your feelings, and if you don’t use the keyboard on your Epic 4G you can do this yourself as well.