NVIDIA Hosting Black Friday Deals on 15 Games for Up to 75% Off, Starts This Wednesday

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NVIDIA is getting in on the Black Friday action this year, but you won’t have to wait till then to get the savings. The deals will go live this upcoming Wednesday on Google Play, and inside, there’s a lot of great titles up to 75% off. Overlooking the list, I’ll name a few of the bigger titles. There will be DOOM 3: BFG Edition for just $2.49, Parallax for $1.25, Super Meat Boy for $3.75, as well as Tomb Raider 2013 for $3.75. That’s just the ...

Question of the Day: What Mobile Games Are You Playing Right Now?

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Because Pokemon GO is no longer cool, I’m now the sole mobile gamer in the DL offices, a title that I hold proudly. Since I started playing Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, I’ve been on it like crazy every single day for the past few months. To say I’m addicted would be an understatement. I do find myself playing others games, too. At launch, I played Into the Dead 2, the new Monument Valley 2, and Stranger Things: The Game as well. All of those are ...

South Park: Phone Destroyer Now Available for Android Worldwide

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Teased back in mid-June, South Park: Phone Destroyer is now available worldwide for Android users. To compare this to another popular title, think Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes. In this game, you collect character cards, then use these cards to form a squad which you will use in PvP battles. Each card has different abilities, meaning there are many different types of squads you can form. The ultimate goal is to collect the best cards that can shutdown any type of opposing force. This being South Park, ...

Monument Valley 2 Now Available for Android, Costs $5

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Right on schedule, Monument Valley 2 is now available for Android. In mid-October, the developers gave us this specific November 6 launch date, ending the iOS exclusivity period. If you somehow never played the first Monument Valley, which could easily be labeled as a Top 10 Android game of all time, it’s a puzzler that revolves around architecture. This new installment centers on a mother and daughter, and during the adventure, you’ll learn all about Sacred Geometry (universal patterns used in the design of everything in our ...

Halloween Sale for NVIDIA SHIELD Games Kicks Off on Friday

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Kicking off this Friday (October 27) and ending the night of Halloween, NVIDIA is hosting a sale on games for GeForce NOW as well as SHIELD TV. From the list provided to us by NVIDIA, there are two games for GeForce NOW players, Deadlight Director’s Cut (80% off, bringing it to $2.39) and The Guest (on sale for $3.39). For Android titles, most are marked at 50% off, including Whispering Willows, Doom 3 BFG Edition, The Final Station, Resident Evil 5, Space Hulk, Killing Floor Calamity, and ...

There’s Now an Official List of Games You Can Play on Google Home With Your Family

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No doubt there are plenty of fun titles you can enjoy with your family on the Google Home, but finding a definitive list has been sort of tough. Thanks to a post on Google’s support website, we now have such a thing. According to the web page, there are over 35 different apps and games specifically for the Google Home, including a Harry Potter quiz, Math Showdown, Tech Trivia, Space Trivia, and more. Seriously, it’s a solid list of games, perfect for keeping you or that ...

Monument Valley 2 Hits Google Play on November 2

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Back in June of this year, Monument Valley 2 launched with iOS exclusivity. Today, the developers gave Android users a reason to be excited for November 2. According to a tweet sent out by ustwo games, the game will finally be made available for Android that day, about 5 months after it was first available for iOS. If you haven’t already known, the game has been up for pre-registration on Google Play for some time. Pre-registration, in this case, means no more than just a notification ...

Google to Inject Duo Video Calling Into Core Android Apps

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Duo, announced alongside Allo at last year’s Google I/O, has been available as an option for folks who want a solid video calling service directly from Google. It actually works very well and we find ourselves using it much more than we do Allo. Anyway, announced today, Google is starting to inject direct support for Duo right into core services on your Android phone. Google’s vision is to make video calling extremely easy to access, with links to it inside of the Phone, Contacts, and Messages ...