You're a savvy consumer, right? So you'd never pay full price for an app or game when you could just wait until it goes on sale. I mean, you should probably still buy things you like to support developers, but sales are good too. We've got some of those down below, so take a look.
It's time to take up your sword (and wallet) to do battle with demons, sorcerers, and other generic fantasy foes with the fourth installment of the Eternity Warriors series. There are three different heroes to master, tons of loot to find, and yes, some things to buy. Such is the world we live in.
We don't see too much enthusiasm for soccer in the US. In fact, we call it soccer instead of football just to show how much we don't care what the rest of the world thinks. Classic America, right? At any rate, FIFA 16 Ultimate Team is out on Android, and I'm going to do my best to explain what it's all about.
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You don't have to spend much money to develop a massive library of Android games. Just keep your eyes on the lookout for the latest Humble Mobile Bundle. These offerings let you walk out with a handful of titles for a price of your choosing. A new one tends to pop up every two weeks.
After the launch of YouTube Gaming at the end of August, we posted a teardown of the new app that revealed plans to officially support screen recording and live streaming in the future. A recent announcement at the 2015 Tokyo Game Show Keynote (embedded below) confirmed Google's plans to enable Android devices to stream gaming footage to YouTube without the use of any additional software. The latest update to Play Games contains the evidence that Google is moving forward with this, and probably pretty soon.
Disclaimer: Teardowns are necessarily speculative and usually based on incomplete evidence. It's possible that the guesses made here are totally and completely wrong.
Playing games is fun, but what about making them? The Weekly Humble Bundle can help you do just that for a very reasonable price. In addition to a pile of games (mostly Windows), you can get a license to the popular GameMaker: Studio Pro software with Android export. That would usually cost you $299, but it's only $12 via Humble Bundle.
Gameloft has been developing mobile games for a long time, and it's kind of got the formula down. The latest release from the developer is Order & Chaos 2: Redemption, which is an open world MMORPG that bears a striking resemblance to World of Warcraft. This isn't WoW, though. It's on Android and contains plenty of in-app purchases. What? That's the formula. I never said you'd like it.