Day: 21 May 2015


10 PC games that will be available for the Nvidia Shield Android TV

Since the Nvidia Shield Android TV is almost upon us, and with lots of us being happy that the 500GB model is actually a real thing, we figured that we would list ten games that will be making the jump from PC/Consolel to the Shield Android TV console, many of which should be available at launch. Some of these games are currently available for the Shield tablet and portable already. Most of these games also made a brief appearance during Nvidia’s GDC 2015 press conference as well.


Stickman Downhill Monstertruck crashes onto Google Play

If you have a hankering for Monster trucks, Stickman Downhill Monstertruck might be able to help out. From the dev that has released a variety of stickman games (motocross, ice hockey, Rope’n’fly, etc) comes a downhill monster truck. There are over fifteen different models to choose from, which include the likes of a school bus, a shopping cart, and a moving crane; all of the trucks are designed by hand.


[Update: Released] Tips and Tricks to consider when you are playing the upcoming Portal Zen Pinball table. New trailer also released.

Even though we have a week before the new Portal themed pinball table from Zen Studios arrives for all platforms including Android, the fine folks over at Zen Studios shared with us some Tip and Tricks that you might want to keep in mind for when you do end up playing this table once it is released. We also plan to preview this new pinball table over the course of the next couple of days.


Pro Hearthstone Players Share Their Strategies in a New Video

Since it originally launched on PC and Mac back in March of last year, Blizzard’s fantasy-themed digital collectible card game, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, has amassed a rather large community of players around the world that encompasses everyone from casual players to professional gamers competing in large tournaments for real cash prizes. The game is also continuing to reach new audiences now that it has hit new platforms including Android tablets like the NVIDIA Shield at first, before finally being updated to include Android phones as well.