[Deal] Power A’s MOGA Pro Power controller is discounted at Amazon


Now is the time to get a mobile gaming controller if you don’t already have one. Power A’s MOGA Pro Power controller is available through Amazon for just $32, a discount of 60%. It offers full-size control for supported games and even has a built-in 2200mAh battery so that you can continue gaming even when your phone’s battery is begging for mercy. The controller connects to mobile devices via a Bluetooth connection, but you can place it into the controller’s stand for easy use.


Scopely hosting charity event for Operation Smile through ‘YAHTZEE With Buddies’


Players of YAHTZEE With Buddies have the opportunity to work with Operation Smile, a nonprofit organization that provides surgery to children with cleft lip and palates. Scopely, the mobile game’s developer, is using the Dice Monster Showdown as a way for players to compete against Dice Monsters in order to win in-game prizes while raising money for Operation Smile. Download and install YAHTZEE With Buddies and start taking on Halloween-themed Dice Monsters in the Dice Master Tower. Operation Smile will see an increase in donations as players collect more candy.

Funds raised by players will be met with Scopely’s minimum donation of $25,000.

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‘Vainglory’ opens Autumn 2015 season, improves Android app


The multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game Vainglory is launching their 2015 Autumn season of play. With the latest update to the game, taking it to version 1.9, Vainglory will now use a seasonal structure. During the seasons, players will have to do their best to rise up in rank and rack up achievements before the season ends, which is slated to be sometime in early January for the new season. As part of the latest update, developer Super Evil Megacorp put a lot of attention into the Android app version to help expand the audience. Read more

‘Need for Speed: No Limits’ finally has a definitive release date


The wait for Need for Speed: No Limits has been lengthy to say the least. Electronic Arts released the mobile game’s first trailer at the start of the year and named Spring 2015 as a ballpark release date. However, that did not pan out and the game is still not available on Android devices. Who knows what happened, but EA is now ready to tell you that Need for Speed: No Limits will be live in the Play Store this week.

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