Back on Friday of last week we posted a list of games on sale for Memorial Day weekend. The list was pretty big as it was but as today is Memorial Day the list has actually grown in size with even more sales going on. Some developers have actually ended their sales as of yesterday but that number is rather small, somewhere in the neighborhood of only two or three titles having dropped their discounts.
Day: May 27, 2013
Two rather big franchises are heading to mobile soon thanks to a new partnership deal between Hasbro and DeNA. Both G.I. Joe and Dungeons & Dragons will be making their way to Android and iOS later this year and will naturally be free-to-play games since they will be published by DeNA using their Mobage social gaming platform.
A rather interesting game has made the jump from iOS to Android finally called Guncrafter. What you will be doing in this game is designing your own gun before jumping into a multiplayer game and going head-to-head with other players around the world.
For those of you who root your Android phone, tablet or any other Android-powered device for that matter, there is some good news today. According to a thread over at XDA, some developers have been working on CWM recovery for Ouya and today have officially announced that Ouya now has an unofficial port.
Over the last few days I’ve been really busy. As soon as I thought I was going to get some time to enjoy a game, what ended up happening is something else turned up that required my attention. There was just no way for me to actually take a decent amount of time to play a game. And here is where Pixel Dungeon came to the rescue.
Since the inception of Peter Molyneux and his studio 22Cans’ Curiosity: What’s Inside The Cube game, everyone has been wondering what the prize is at the center of the cube. For those of you unfamiliar with this game, Curiosity was a social experiment type of game where everyone playing the game happen to be chipping away at a giant cube. The person to strike the last hit on the cube to access the center would receive a prize that, as Peter Molyneux described, would be life changing.