Today’s DroidGamers Daily Deal isn’t so much relating to Android gaming, although you can certainly rig this up to your mobile device easily. This particular deal is for a Monster Digital Solid-State portable hard drive, weighing in at 128GB in size for 56% off for the next few days.
Day: 11 November 2015
Have a Google Music subscription? If you do then you get a discount on buying games, movies and more.
An interesting bit of news today that one of our readers stumbled upon. We are not exactly sure when this started, although it had to be pretty recently, but if you have a Google Music subscription, you will receive a discount when purchasing a game. This probably also works for applications and it also is confirmed to work on movies and music.
Razer’s set-top box that has a focus on multi-media entertainment, and especially with gaming, has had its status changed to no longer available for purchase on the Google Store. This means Google probably has no plans to restock this set-top box. That doesn’t mean it is dead in the water though, although it isn’t that great of a sign of things either.
Based on the board game created by Uwe Rosenberg Le Havre: The Inland Port is a digital port that’s now out for Android. Like the board game, this is a two player game where both players are competing to create the richest port in Le Havre. Players will look to build structures that can either be sold off, or retained in order to monetize its special ability. Players can use their opponent’s building by paying for them.
Fedeen Games have been busy these days it seems, releasing a content update for Forsaken World Mobile, working on a new game, and now announcing Pocket Gothic. This particular game is a side-scrolling Action-RPG that features a blend of dark horror theme mixed with a slightly more cute anime look. This just means the characters have a bit more of a cute aesthetic to them, but the overall game’s theme is more of a dark horror type. At least that’s how it is being described.
Today Nintendo held their earnings call where the company confirmed some news that we have all been guessing at being true. All of Nintendo’s mobile games that are currently in development will be free-to-play titles with optional IAPs coming with them. This was pretty much a given fact back when Nintendo announced their publishing deal with DeNA for five mobile games to launch between now and April 2017.
[Update: Released] Telltale Games begins teasing the season finale to their Game of Thrones series
Telltale Games has begun teasing the season finale for the game franchise that brought them into the spotlight in the first place. The Game of Thrones last episode is on its way this month and it is called The Ice Dragon. Along with a few details about what to expect with this finale, we also have a few screenshots to check out.
KickBack Studios was started back in 2010. They are independent game studio that is based in Larisa, Greece. They started working on a six month project that ended up taking two years to complete. KickBack is a team of two extremely talented individuals that have created the game Lost Echo. It is a beautifully rendered point and click adventure game that will intrigue and challenge you from the very beginning.
[Update: Release Info] Crescent Moon Games releases the first teaser trailer for Aralon: Forge and Flame
Crescent Moon Games has begun teasing the next installment into their Aralon RPG series called Aralon: Forge and Flame. It has been a bit since an Aralon game came out, with the last one arriving on Android back in February 2013. Like previous installment, this new one is a full-sized 3D RPG title, so expect a good amount of content to arrive with it.
Kongregate has announced that they are giving players of their Card Hunter game a chance to win one of ten Nexus 9 tablets that are up for grabs. Players will have between now and November 20th to earn entries into the giveaway by playing the game and leveling up your Renown.