Black Friday is almost upon us (November 29th, 2013 for those of you who may have forgotten) and as always this means people are out hunting for all the best deals that they can find. When it comes to Android products, there’s a plethora of deals to be had not only on Black Friday but on Thanksgiving Thursday, Cyber Monday and over the weekend as well.
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If you happen to be a casino game fan then there is some good news for you today, especially if you enjoy playing in poker tournaments. That is because Konami has released their Casino League title onto Android devices this morning, offering up nothing but pure tournament poker.
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.
ErnCon, Woo Games’ latest release, has been updated as well as being launched on the Amazon App Store. For those of you unfamiliar with ErnCon, this is a multiplayer shoot-em-up (or shump for short) where you can play against other people while also dealing with hostile enemies.
Amazon’s web-based Test Drive app has begun rolling out in beta form onto select Android phones. Amazon’s Test Drive was an applet on the Amazon App Store which allowed gamers to test drive Android games and applications through the browser before making the decision to buy the game or app they were trying out.
It has been awhile since the Amazon Appstore offered a free App of the Day game that was exciting enough to write about. I’m happy to tell you that Gunman Clive has been chosen to wave the free flag today. Gunman Clive is normally $1.99, so we’re definitely getting a good deal. Try to be quick about downloading Gunman Clive because it’ll stop being free about 10 hours from the time of this writing. You don’t even need a Wi-Fi connection to do so.
Recently acquired by GREE for $210 million dollars, game developers Funzio have brought their hit free-to-play crime game called Crime City over to the Amazon App Store. Crime City is basically why Funzio got acquired by GREE in the first place.
Garfield, the lasagna loving Odie kicking cat has arrived on Android in his first official game called Garfield Defense: Attack of the Food Invaders. As you may have guessed from the name, this is a defense style game blending elements of tower defense and siege warfare gaming into one title.
Copycat apps is one of the biggest annoyances in mobile gaming. When one particular kind of app finds great success, some developers choose to piggyback on the popular app instead of trying to create something new and exciting. In some cases, developers take code from existing apps and reverse engineer them to their liking. To combat this, Amazon recommends developers obfuscate their code.
After the recent news regarding Amazon’s App Store now supporting in-game purchases we figured this would start to bring a lot of freemium and free-to-play games over to that App Store and it seems that it is happening already. PlayMesh has just released their free-to-play MMORTS (Massive Multiplayer Online Real-Time Strategy) game called Valor.