For those of you who try to collect and use Amazon Coins, the company has a Double Coin Back promotion going on this week regarding a couple of games. Anyone who purchases 5,000 or 10,000 Amazon Coins on the Amazon Appstore will be able to do so at 20% off their regular price. This essentially allows players to buy more while spending less.
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Game of Thrones Ascent is a free-to-play Strategy-RPG title published by Kongregate on Google Play originally. That was back during the Summer of 2014 and now it has finally arrived onto Amazon’s Appstore for Kindle devices. This version does include the newly started Season 5 as well, so it is caught up to the Google Play version.
Cyber Monday sales are in full swing and while you don’t have to wait in line for hours ahead of time like Black Friday, lots of these sales are in limited quantity so you don’t want to delay in picking up anything you happen to want today. Amazon’s Cyber Monday sales are going strong and there are plenty of deals to pick up including their Fire TV, Amazon’s Fire Phone and more, all of which are on sale today for some pretty good discounts.
Hungarian games developer isTom Games has a few games in the Play Store. They include Paper Train Reloaded, Ship Breaker, Nyan Cat: Lost in Space, Flappy Nyan, Nyan Cat: Jump and a few others. A few months ago, they released an arcade rail shooter on iOS titled Mad Bullets. Mad Bullets became available in the Amazon App Store recently and we expect it to arrive in the Play Store soon, though no date has been confirmed at this point. The game design for Mad Bullets is a blast from the past. It is a vivid and action-filled arcade shooter that is meant to test your reflexes and visual acuity.
This week, prepare to get your game on as several Android games are up for grabs at a reduced price. For those of you whom have missed out on the Amazon Memorial Day giveaway (ends today), here is your chance to still receive a great deal. The Play Store and Amazon App Store are currently rife with titles on sale. With so many games to choose from, there is a bit of something for everyone.
Rockstar Games has released the entire Grand Theft Auto trilogy that is currently available on Android already but this is over on Amazon’s Marketplace. This release of all three games is for both the Kindle Fire as well as Amazon’s new set-top box, Fire TV. In case you are not familiar with what games are in this trilogy, they are Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas .
While we may never see an official Pokemon game make it to mobile devices anytime soon, The Pokémon Company International wants everyone to be at least able to watch all the Pokemon episodes they could ever want. Originally released onto Android through Google Play, Pokemon TV is now available for those of you who own a Kindle Fire tablet. This also means the probable compatibility with Amazon’s new set top box at some point in the near future.
Amazon is celebrating the third birthday of their Appstore just as anyone else would who runs a marketplace, put a bunch of games and applications on sale. In this game there are some pretty good title available at up to 60% off their normal prices. Amazon’s actual birthday is March 22nd but they are having sales to celebrate it over the next 2 weeks.
Amazon must be feeling a little good today as the company is hosting a total of nine free games today for no particular reason aside from the fact that they can. These are not just Kindle Fire only games either. In fact only two of the games are strictly for the Kindle Fire while the rest are available for all supported Android devices.
Noodlecake Studios has pushed out an update for their rather enjoyable arcade game Punch Quest today that not only brings new content to the game, but also has a price drop for it down to a free. This new price tag is only for Punch Quest on Google Play while the update is for both Google Play as well as the Amazon AppStore version.