The Rhythm Of Fighters is a quirky take on SNK's storied history of 2D brawlers... that plays like a swiping, tapping musical game. This unique title has met the same fate of other games by big publishers who apparently wanted more bang for their buck, and shifted from a paid game to free-to-play. (See Assassin's Creed Pirates and Asphalt 8 for other examples.) But if you spent the measly dollar that the game cost when it launched, don't fret: SNK is here to placate you with free stuff.
Of all the things I use my smartphones and tablets for, streaming music is high on the list. Of course, the experience of listening to music from a smartphone or tablet basically sucks without a good set of earbuds. If you happen to need one such set, continue reading, because we have some awesome ones to give away.
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The newest update to the post-apocalyptic zombie-infested first person shooter Dead Trigger landed in the Play Store early this morning, bringing with it a slew of new content, including the "reward" that Madfinger teased in the previous update.
2 new Arenas: STADIUM OF DEAD & DEADLY CORRIDORS
Reward for everyone who purchased DEAD TRIGGER before the game became for free (ALIEN GUN, 25 GOLD, 10 CASINO CHIPS)
New story missions
New weapon: ALIEN GUN
New items: LASER TURRET & MINI-MORTAR
Improved gameplay of protect objects missions, players can repair damaged objects now.
Dead Trigger has been the cause of much controversy lately. Not because of violence or zombie action though; because it was initially a paid app ($0.99) and was made free three weeks after its release. This, of course, enraged many of the users who paid for the game, as they felt cheated.
Despite its attempts to help users understand the reasoning behind the decision to make the game free, Madfinger has been under constant attack from players who wanted to something to compensate the [measly] dollar that they spent on the game in its initial weeks on the market.
In order to help users get rid of some of the gadget clutter kicking it around their houses, RadioShack is offering a sick new program where
old crap unused devices can turn into new gear.
- Verizon HTC Droid Incredible 2: Keyan X
- AT&T Motorola Atrix 2: Chris Weller
- Sprint HTC EVO 3D: christoph411
- Beats by Dre SOLO headphones: Sarah Puls
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