Amazon Game Studios has a new title available now for Kindle Fire tablets from 2014 and 2013. The action-adventure game is Tales From Deep Space. Players control traveling salesman E and his robotic piece of luggage CASI. The two are attempting to escape the Big Moon space station as it has been locked down. Although the game is of the action-adventure genre, it is full of puzzles with comedy as well.
Through ComiXology, a prequel comic compliments the Tales From Deep Space game. It provides players with the reason as to how E and CASI arrived at the Big Moon space station. If you are purchasing the game, we highly recommend the comic. After all, it is complimentary to the game and it is free.
Hit the break for the gallery, trailer, and download links.
Google has released a new game called Pie Noon, designed specifically to show off just how easy it is to create games for Android TV. The game is completely open-source and written in C++, and it supports all of the basics that Google wants to push with Android TV. It features multiplayer with up to 4 players, a single-player experience, dedicated touch controls, and Google Play Games leaderboards and services.
Back in 2013, Google Play Games launched giving developers the ability to implement game saves using the AppState API. The API made it easier for developers in that they didn’t need their own server for the saves. However, it was limited to only 4 slots of 256k of data, which wasn’t enough for some games.
Google followed up with a new Saved Games feature that used Google Drive and gave developers 3 MB per game and unlimited slots. This was introduced a few months ago at Google I/O, but the older AppState continued to exist.
Google is known for including Easter Eggs in their products and services, and Android is no exception. Apparently, the company thought it would be clever to bake in a Lollipop themed version of the popular Flappy Bird game right into Android 5.0′s source code that’s accessible on Google’s Nexus Player.
NVIDIA promised us a quick Lollipop update for the SHIELD tablet, and they have delivered. They just announced that it will start tolling on November 18, and it comes with more goodies.
First off, the update will include the Dabbler app, which is NVIDIA’s painting software that offers full support for layers. Now users can share live Dabbler sessions over Twitch.
To donate to charity and receive an impressive set of games, you will to go exclusively to the Humble Bundle site for the time being. The official app has been removed from Google Play following the group’s plan to implement new features. For people that have the app installed on their devices, everything will remain to operate in the way it does currently; however, there are no future updates to come. When the app does return, Humble Bundle will do so through its own installer and not Google Play.
Source: Humble Bundle
Popular mobile gaming publisher Gameloft has released ten classic titles for Google’s Android TV Nexus Player.
Earlier this year, Star Wars: Galactic Defense was announced as a tower defense games with elements from the Star Wars universe. The game has finally been released onto the Play Store as a free app with some in-app purchases.
The game lets you choose between siding with the Light or Dark side and offers some unique gameplay experiences on both ends, so there should be some replay value here. It’s still a tower defense game at its core, so if you’re a fan of tower defense games and Star Wars, you’ll probably want to pick this one up at least to try out.
Hit the break for the download and some screenshots.
To celebrate Halloween, the Amazon App Store is hosting a Spooktacular sale that offers 40 apps and games for free. That’s a $115 value. Some notables include Plex, Endomondo Sports Tracker PRO, World of Goo, and Plants vs Zombies. They also have a few Halloween themed offerings like V for Vampire, Amelia and Terror of the Night, and Zombie Gunship.
You have until Saturday to grab these. Hit the break for the full list of games and apps, and hit the link at the bottom to start downloading.
Google has started rolling out its latest update for its Google Play Games, and with it comes Game Profile improvements and design changes.