At the start of last week, Humble Mobile Bundle launched a new campaign with games made for SNK’s Neo Geo hardware. The total amount of titles available then was set at eight. Today, after one week of selling bundles, Humble Bundle raises that number to eleven. People are loving what this Humble Mobile Bundle has to offer because more than 23,000 bundles have been sold. The added titles mean donors get an even better value for their donations.
Hit the break to see what games this round of Humble Mobile Bundle offers.
Back in April we reported that Ouya needed to find a buyer fast due to its failure to restructure its debt repayments to an investment company called TriplePoint. This was despite receiving a $10 million investment received from the Chinese company, Alibaba. Shortly after, there were rumours that the computer and gaming accessory maker, Razer, were interesting in acquiring Ouya. Confirmation that Razer had indeed acquired Ouya was posted and then swiftly removed on the website of the investment bank, Mesa Global.
The fifth episode in Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones adventure game adaptation is now available. Episodes have been released one-by-one, and the latest to launch is A Nest of Vipers, leaving only one episode left in this particular series.
The Google Play Store is running a sale on a variety of awesome mobile games, including the hit geometric puzzle game Monument Valley. The sales will continue over the weekend, ending on Monday, July 27.
There are some other cool titles discounted, such as Hitman: GO, The Dark Knight Rising, Game of Thrones, and The Room Two. And there’s a whole lot more available! For a full list of titles on sale, be sure to hit the source link below.
source: Google Play
A software update is rolling out right now to the SHIELD Portable that includes the latest version of Android, Chromecast support, and the removal of select apps and games. Despite the SHIELD set-top box becoming NVIDIA’s go-to device, the company has not completely abandoned its handheld game console. The device is seemingly still relevant enough for NVIDIA to provide it with Android 5.1 Lollipop and Chromecast support. The latter, though, has resulted in NVIDIA ending Miracast support.
This is the SHIELD Portable’s first software update in almost six months.
Hit the break for the official changelog.
Next month, the millions of people playing Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft will have new content to devour. Blizzard Entertainment revealed that The Grand Tournament, the game’s second expansion, will be released across multiple platforms worldwide in August. Players head to the Frozen North where the weather has improved and battle is welcomed. A festive gameboard is included, too, showcasing the landscape of the tournament.
The expansion comes with 132 new cards covering spells, weapons, and characters. All of them, unsurprisingly, will come at a cost. Either use in-game gold or have a credit/debit card at the ready. Pricing will be the same as other Hearthstone card packs.
Hit the break for the trailer.
If you’ve been waiting to pick up Telltale’s Game of Thrones adaptation, now might be the time to jump on it. The first episode has been discounted on Google Play from $4.99 to $0.60. That’s probably going to be as cheap as you’ll ever find the Android version of this game. Read more
The newest Humble Mobile Bundle that went live earlier today features games that were originally designed for SNK’s Neo Geo hardware. Although the Neo Geo brand has remained inactive longer than a decade, its owner has decided to port titles to mobile devices. Donations for this edition of Humble Mobile Bundle will benefit SNK Playmore, the American Red Cross, and the team operating Humble Bundle. There have already been more than 8,000 bundles sold, benefiting each of those three organizations in a way designated by donors.
The fifth season of Game of Thrones came to an end last month and people are now left waiting until Spring 2016 for anything new. But that’s only for the television series. Telltale Games has a video game series of its own for the wildly popular franchise and the fifth episode is coming next week. On July 23, the developer will release A Nest of Vipers for Android devices.
Rovio took to its blog to announce that Angry Birds 2 is in the works, the first sequel we’ve seen since the Finnish company originally launched Angry Birds in 2009. Angry Birds 2 is coming very soon, with a set July 30 launch date.