Remotr brings PC gaming to your Android device [New App]

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A new app in the Google Play Store says it can bring your PC games to your Android mobile device with the same performance and video quality as if you were playing on your PC. The Remotr app runs on your mobile device while users have to install the Remotr streamer on their computer to get everything working. The streamer portion can be downloaded from http://remoterapp.com. Developer RemoteMyApp has included several preset control configurations for titles like Diablo III, League of Legends and TrackMania. Users can also customize their own controls for their games.
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Three more bonus games added to Humble Mobile Bundle 10

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Humble Mobile Bundle 10 launched last week with three games (Buddy & Me, Lyne, and Doodle Kingdom) and three bonus games (Sorcery! 2, King of Dragon Pass, and OTTTD). As per past practice, they have added more games into the mix. Today’s additions include iPollute, Sorcery and the Tiny Bang Story.

If you already bought in above the average asking price ($3.94 at the time of this post), then you will receive these three new bonus games automatically. If you haven’t gotten in on this bundle yet, just pay over the average and grab all 9 games.


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Zeptolab departs from puzzle genre with King of Thieves

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Chances are you have played Cut the Rope or at least have seen someone with the game. It is one of the games from Zeptolab. The developer has a history with the puzzle genre, but the next game to leave the studio will a departure from that. The upcoming game is King of Thieves and it brings together tower defense, platformer, and multiplayer elements. Not many details are disclosed, if any, but the trailer makes it clear that the design/graphics match that of Cut the Rope.

Hit the break for the teaser.


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Sony releases action packed Rockin’ Goat on the Play Store

rockin goatHave you ever wanted to play a game that puts you in the shoes of an escaped farm goat that moonlights in a rock band? You might have an odd taste in video games, but Sony’s Music division has you covered. They’ve released Rockin’ Goat onto the Google Play Store that stars Elwood the goat as he builds a band and put on rock shows in a 2D platforming experience.

The game looks fairly well done and features music from a few different artists under Sony Music’s arm. Between the music and several mini-games, this one might be worth checking out for a few laughs while killing some time.
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[New Google Cardboard Game] Attack of the Teapotcopters VR is a 3D base-defense game

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If you have Google Cardboard, you might want to check out a new game called Attack of the Teapotcopters VR. Hell, even if you don’t have cardboard, it might be worth a shot since it will still be playable.

Teapotcopters features stunning 3D graphics and is a helicopter flight simulator that was developed by XDA member agnu17. In fact, it’s his first game ever. The goal is to defend the base from enemy teapotcopters. There are 4 levels of play: Earth, Moon, Mars, and Ocean, and 3 helicopters to choose from. You can also collect CopterCoins for upgrades.


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Blood Brothers 2 released for Android devices

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Over twenty-five million people played strategic role-playing game Blood Brothers. Today, those players can move on to the game’s sequel for an entirely new experience. Developer DeNA Corp. has released Blood Brothers 2 for Android Android and iOS devices. The game takes players back to Arnashia one hundred years after the events of its predecessor. A new regime has taken over power and players have to restore order in a world of disloyalty and chaos. Players must build custom armies and recruit enemies to build a strong enough force to be successful.

Blood Brothers 2 is free-to-play with in-app purchases to improve the overall experience and provide an advantage while playing.

Hit the break for the trailer, gallery, and download links.


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Xaiomi releases Millet Bluetooth gamepad controller for only 99 Yuan

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Xaiomi is on an ambitious path as a major manufacturer in a variety of electronics categories. Part of their success has been due to the low price points they set for solid hardware. Their latest release is no different as they are now selling a game controller for only 99 Yuan ($16 USD). The Millet Bluetooth handset has a classic Sony PS4 shape to it and supports the usually array of buttons, 4-way rocker switches, and 360-degree sticks.
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Humble Bundle Mobile 10 is now live

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Today is a good day for mobile gamers as the tenth Humble Bundle Mobile is now live. This one includes Buddy & Me, Lyne, and Doodle Kingdom. You can pay whatever you want and get all these games or if you pay more than the average of $3.82 (at the time of this post), you will get three bonus games. They are Sorcery! 2, King of Dragon Pass, and OTTTD. And don’t forget that they will add a couple of more games at a later date that you will get too.

Per past practice you can choose where your money goes. That can be one or any combination of Humble Bundle, the developers, the Extra Life / Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, or the World Land Trust.

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WWE Immortals brings the ring to Android devices in supernatural ways

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Tune into WWE programming on a weekly basis and you will see some of sports entertainment’s finest performers putting on a show for the thousands of people in attendance and the millions watching around the world. The company is reaching for a mobile audience with its WWE Immortals game released this week for Android devices. The game transforms WWE’s finest into supernatural characters with abilities you would expect from Mortal Kombat. It has touch-based controls in 3-on-3 matchups. WWE Immortals features many wrestlers from the past and present including John Cena, The Undertaker, The Rock, Hulk Hogan, and The Bella Twins. Wrestlers have their own unique moves and abilities. Players can upgrade as they progress through the game.

Hit the break for the trailer, gallery, and download links.


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