GameStop has expanded into the mobile market even further by announcing the availability of Android tablets in more than 1,600 of its stores across the United States. There are a handful of tablet models right now, which should be enough to prevent GameStop customers from getting overwhelmed. You can also purchase the tablets online with free shipping.
Day: 26 May 2012
The ridiculously awesome Because We May indie Android game sale has expanded its catalog with a lot more games. When we last wrote about the sale when it started on May 24th, 2012 it was already sporting 57 great indie games for Android that had been discounted. Now the sale has expanded to include over 90 games!
EA’s latest release for the Android platform is now on sale for this Memorial Day Weekend. Mass Effect Infiltrator is currently available on the Google Play store for $4.99 which is 30% off of the regular $6.99 price.
Jellyvision Games will be bringing the 2011 edition of the hit party quiz game You Don’t Know Jack for iOS is being remade and revamped as a cross-platform game and is coming to Android soon. The developers have been hard at work and along with the new app there is already a few new episodes ready to go when it launches.
While this may not be a game in the traditional sense, Starship Disassembly 3D by Noble Empire will still bring that inner nerd in you out. In this ‘game’ you will be able to take apart starships in full 3D and check out how they function. You will also be able to reassemble them as well.
Back during CES 2012 Toshiba busted out a rather large 13″ Android tablet that, for the most part, was mostly just a concept product at the time. The 13″ Toshiba Excite tablet at the time was the biggest Android tablet until now. ViewSonic has begun teasing a new 22″ Android tablet that will be coming with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
Memorial Day Weekend is usually a great time to pick up some sweet deals on Android games and this year’s is no different, especially with the huge Because We May indie game sale that is going on right now. Pocket Games is having a sale but of a different nature to celebrate Memorial Day.
A lot of us used to read (and play) these choose your own adventure books back in the 1980’s in a series called Fighting Fantasy. For those of you not familiar with what these are, these were fantasy themed books where you would read through the book flipping to different parts of the book based on the choices you make in the adventure.