Archive for the ‘Tablets’ Category
Angry Birds Friends From Facebook To iOS And Android
Last Updated on Wednesday, 1 May 2013 03:47 Written by Laddie13 Wednesday, 1 May 2013 03:47
Angry Birds Friends crashes onto Apple and Android devices, Thursday May 2. Fans of Facebook games might already be familiar with the social version of Rovio’s Angry Birds, as it appeared as a Facebook app last year.
Play against your friends in a competitive version of Angry Birds with a familiar style of gameplay fans have come to love. Rovio added a series of power ups designed to give Angry Birds Friends a bit of variation from the original games. However, all of your favorite birds return from previous titles, with the exception of the Mighty Eagle.
In game social currency is called Bird Coins and you earn them from defeating your friends in four different competitive modes. It is also believed that more Bird Coins can be bought through micro-transactions in app.
Get Angry Birds Friends this week at the Apple App Store and all Android App retailers and join your friends in bird flinging fun.
Spicy Horse Unleashes Hell Invaders This Fall
Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2013 05:13 Written by Laddie13 Monday, 29 April 2013 09:00
Spicy Horse has announced their next project will be a collectible card game/RTS tentatively titled Hell Invaders. Shooting for a fall release, Hell Invaders is being developed for PC, Mac, Linux and tablets.
Hell Invaders will consist of actual card battles, instead of two cards fighting on a table. The creatures of the cards will have 3D representations which will do battle as well as cards that offer upgrades and swappable skills, giving cards with identical characters a completely different experience.
Players can play in a single player campaign or fight in PVP arenas. Trading, card management and other social features will also offer more ways to enjoy your time in hell.
Spicy Horse will be unveiling more details about Hell Invaders in the coming months. Don’t Hate The Geek will relay all the information as it becomes available. Read more: Spicy Horse Unleashes Hell Invaders This Fall
Capsized+ for iPad is free for St. Patty’s Day weekend.
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 March 2013 12:16 Written by Laddie13 Friday, 15 March 2013 08:04
If you are planning on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a few adult beverages and will need to recover on Monday, indiePubEntertainment would like to give you one more reason not to leave the comfort of your couch. This weekend their Sci-Fi survival shooter Capsized+ for iPad, which usually retails for $2.99, is free for a limited time.
Capsized+ started out as a PC game but this iPad port has been updated with a new control system that really feels right at home on the iPad. In no time you will be a master at fighting aliens in this action packed game that is beautifully delivered in a unique art style.
Capsized+ is only available to iPad users but will soon arrive on Android devices as well as PSN and XBLA. Remember this is an iPad only game and is not available on either the iPhone or the iPod Touch. Get Capsized+ at Apple’s App Store for free starting Friday March 15. Hurry geeks, Capsized+ returns to its normal price of $2.99 on Monday, March 18. Read more: Capsized+ for iPad is free for St. Patty’s Day weekend.
Pocket Tanks Is On Fire, Kindle Fire That Is
Last Updated on Monday, 4 March 2013 05:13 Written by Laddie13 Monday, 4 March 2013 07:00
Pocket Tanks, the classic artillery duel game that has seen its way to many platforms, is now available for the Kindle Fire. Available in a free lite version or the deluxe that will cost $4.99, Pocket Tanks for the Kindle Fire was developed by BitWise Productions and published by Focus Home Interactive.
Pocket Tanks places one to two players on the battlefield in a tank with various weapons to help modify terrain, increase defenses and hide from incoming fire. It’s perfect for gaming on the go, and has long been a fan requested addition to the Kindle Fire.
Pocket Tanks Lite offers players 35 weapons and all of the modes fans of the game are familiar with including Target Practice as well as the single and two player modes. The Deluxe version includes all of the Lite version and more. Deluxe Pocket Tanks includes 65 in-game weapons including the 35 from Lite and the opportunity to upgrade with expansion packs. There’s 130 weapons to be had with free expansions and over 295 weapons for those seeking the ultimate Pocket Tanks experience through paid expansions. Read more: Pocket Tanks Is On Fire, Kindle Fire That Is