In this flash sale you can get 60% of Lara Croft GO for Android platforms via Google Play. £1.49 sounds pretty tempting.
[UPDATE: You can also get the game on iOS and Windows for the same price -thanks Clubpit]
We don't cover mobile/tablet titles that often, but we've heard good things about this one. There's something of a turn-based approach this time, which sounds handy given the lack of solid control inputs on tablets for traditional tomb Raider gameplay. Any takers?
Thanks to DaTadfather.
News has emerged today that Respawn Entertainment, the studio behind Titanfall, has signed a multi-year, multi-game agreement with online gaming publisher Nexon to bring its FPS franchise to Android and iOS. Work on these games will be done by Particle City, a "sister studio" that will develop a new Titanfall experience for mobie devices.Click here to read more...
With plans to expand into the mobile sector having been on the cards for a while, this morning we discovered what Nintendo's first smartphone title will be. No, it's not a Mario or Pokemon title (as many probably expected) but a social experience. Miitomo will be a mix of Tomodachi Life's weird life simulator and a communication tool between friends, all using a player's Mii character, and will be available in March 2016.Click here to read more...
Well, that's all she wrote folks. After worldwide domination on iOS platforms, ranking as the number one game in 48 countries, Fallout Shelter has just been released on the Google Store, meaning Android mobile and tablet users can finally get involved - and promptly be late for everything.Click here to read more...
The dawn of the new football season is a glorious thing. Not just because we can stop pretending to give two hoots about cricket, but because last season's footy titles get some drastic discounts because of the upcoming updated versions. Which is why we're running a rare mobile deal, seeing as you can now get Football Manager Handheld 2015 for just £2.29 on iOS platforms.
Lara Croft GO has today been announced by Square Enix for an August 27th release coming to mobile devices and tablets. In a follow up to the popular mobile game Hitman GO by Square Enix, Tomb Raider Go will offer turn-based puzzles within challenging levels.
"Exciting times! We are thrilled to announce that Lara Croft GO will be releasing on August 27th!Click here to read more...
Save over £10 on a £50 iTunes gift card today only in another CDKeys deal at just £39.89 when you use their 5% discount code. The gift card can be redeemed on all your Apple devices to buy apps, games, music & movies.
For just 10p, you can get the opening Telltale's Game of Throne's Episode 1: Iron From Ice for your Android device. We don't often cover mobile titles, but it's impossible to ignore the value here. You'll have to pay for the remaining episodes if you want to continue, but this is a great way to get a taste of the game and see if you'll enjoy a purchase of the full season on console or tablet.
If you've enjoyed Telltale's past work like the excellent The Walking Dead or Wolf Among Us, you're probably going to get something out of this tie-in title that works alongside the popular TV show. Check out Carl's review of Episode 1.
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Thanks to HotUkDale over at HUKD for the find.
With prices starting from only 15p on the Google Play store gaming on the go just got cheaper!
Nintendo certainly pick their moments. What started as a quiet Tuesday morning turned into a media frenzy as they nonchalantly announced that they're working on a "new hardware system" codenamed Nintendo NX. It's a cool name, and as you'd expect, the internet exploded. Nintendo and NX are still trending at the time of writing and there are already loads of armchair articles speculating about what the new console (if indeed it is a console) could bring to the table. What is it? Could it be a console/handheld hybrid? A mobile streaming box? The New Wii U?
So I was about to jump on the bandwagon myself with a barely-informed speculation piece, but the more I thought about it, the more convinced I am that Nintendo NX isn't the real story here. In fact, you could argue that it's barely newsworthy at all, and is actually overshadowing the truly big news that Nintendo announced yesterday.
See, console manufacturers are always developing new hardware. They never stop. Now considering that console cycles tend to last roughly five years (the last generation was a fluke), this puts Nintendo's next machine in the frame for 2017... which completely tallies with their promise of a reveal next year. The headline, then, is "console manufacturer makes consoles." No, I don't think that we're going to stop the presses.
Instead, let's take a look at the real scoop: Nintendo's first true foray into mobile games and the mysterious new membership service.Click here to read more...
Kairosoft's sim titles are easy to get into and beguilingly addictive. This particular one has stolen weeks from me, and now it's 85% off on the App Store.
You can pick it up even cheaper on Android for 53p by clicking here. Cheers Late!
There are some absolutely barnstorming mobile games out there (check out our Best Mobile Games of 2014 post here), not mention some spectappular bits and bobs to be found on the Google Play store. Thanks to CDKeys, you can get credit dirt cheap, especially if you make use of the 5% off Facebook voucher code.
Remember, you can also get 12 Months of Xbox LIVE Gold super cheap from CDKeys too.
Ready for an eggciting time with the most eggcellent eggveturer there has ever been? Well, Dizzy's return has dropped to £1.49 on the Play Store. You can check out more Android deals here. Cheers Turkey!
There have been some utterly brilliant mobile games this year. And we're not just talking about top tier adventure and puzzle titles that have realised how much better they can be on touch devices, but bespoke games purposefully geared towards the pick-up-and-play immediacy of smartphone and tablet gaming. Speaking personally, my smartphone and iPad overtook my 3DS and Vita as my handheld gaming platforms of choice. Not because the latter consoles necessarily lacked stellar titles, but simply because the convenience and quality of mobile gaming has never been better.
What we said: If the mechanical nature of the game — the challenge of trying to circumnavigate the globe in eighty days — is what propelled me onwards in the game on a micro level, the imagination and invention that has gone into the narrative aspects of 80 Days are what kept me coming back for multiple adventures. The manner by which you can mould and shape Passepartout’s character through your interactions with others is a joy in this game, the subtleties and ambiguities in the relationships that you foster along the way are rare to experience in this medium, but 80 Days does a wonderful job of weaving the most beautiful and engrossing arrays of smoke and mirrors to hide the cogs underneath, and delights in fluid prose that musters its own incentives for reading on, rather than relying on blunt rewards.
What we said: One of the most addictive games of the year. Card-collecting games can be a niche proposition, but Hearthstone proved that anyone and everyone could get involved this year. And they did. In droves.Click here to read more...
One of the finest mobile titles of the year, Hitman Go now only 99p on iOS and Android.
Turning Hitman into a turn-based mobile game might seem like some sort of weird bastardisation of all that is holy in Codename 47's world, but Hitman Go is fantastic, a brilliant slice of stealthy puzzle action, beautifully crafted and presented, and perfectly suited to quick bursts of play. And now it's only 99p.
Thanks to MJ10 and geordielads!
We ran a killer deal for this the other day that saw Castle of Illusion drop from £6.99 down to 69p on iOS. Well, Google Play have gone 20p better, and slashed the game right down to 49p on Android.
Bookmark our games deals stream for further savings! Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitter and Facebook for by-the-minute updates. Thanks to s4ndh4rfor the tip!
Waste of time or joke of the year? Goat Simulator has remained one of the most persistently played games of the year thanks to its baaa-rmy antics, and you can take all of the four-legged madness with you on Android, now just 59p on Google Play.
Be sure to bookmark our games deals stream for further savings!
This cracking HD remake of Castle of Illusion would have been perfectly good value at £6.99, but at 69p it's a blinder of a deal. Platformers can be something of a mixed bag on touch devices, but this has actually been optimised quite nicely.
Bookmark our games deals stream for further savings! Keep checking in for more #gamedealalerts on Dealspwn.com and follow us over on Twitter and Facebook for by-the-minute updates. Thanks to plymouthgal for the tip!
Rayman Jungle Run is brilliant. It's absolutely gorgeous, handles like a dream, and is one of the finest mobile titles around. It also now costs the same price as a 90s Freddo. I hate that I hate to add the "90s" prefix there. Stupid inflated chocolate prices of glorious froggy goodness.
Anyway, thanks to Pifster for the spot on this one!