Day: April 22, 2015

Game News

Minecraft: Pocket Edition version 0.11.0 Beta 6 is now available for download

For those of you participating in the beta testing group for Minecraft: Pocket Edition, there is a new version available for download today. This update, which is tagged as version 0.11.0 beta 6, comes with two new features and a bunch of bug fixes. Are there skin packs yet? No would be the answer to that question. However, you will want to update your copy of MCPE beta anyways.

Game News

Tiny Guardians is a new tower defense game with a twist

From the creators of King’s League: Odyssey comes Tiny Guardians, a strategy tower defense game with a twist, the twist being the absence of towers to defend. Tiny Guardians puts you in charge of Lunalie, who is embarking on a journey through the wilderness of Prism in search of her missing aunt, the Sorceress and you’ll get to summon among 12 guardian classes, with 4 upgradable levels each to help you on your adventure.

Hardware News

Nvidia confirms that Android 5.1 will be coming to the Nvidia Shield Tablet and Portable soon

All of you Nvidia Shield Tablet and Shield Portable owners out there in Android land who have been waiting patiently for Android 5.1 to arrive, there is some good news today. Nvidia has confirmed that the Android 5.1 update for both Shield devices will be arriving soon. This announcement came by way of a post on the Nvidia community forums by an administrator.

Hardware News

Developers can now apply to get a free HTC Vive Developer Edition virtual reality headset

Back near the end of March 2015 we reported on HTC and the fact that they would be offering developers a chance to apply for a free Vive Developer Edition virtual reality headset which they can use to develop games for. The only thing that developers were waiting for was to have HTC launch their official website that developers would be using to sign-up for the headset.

Game News

Gamevil’s Puzzle-RPG called Dungeon Link has globally launched today

While only residents of a select few regions can play Mortal Kombat X on Android right now, another game has launched globally instead. After a couple rounds of closed beta testing, and a two week early release in select regions as well, Dungeon Link is now available for everyone. This also means that if you pre-registered for this game, or happened to be in the closed betas, should have already received your reward codes and can now redeem them if you haven’t already.