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Square Enix Releases Tomb Raider II Like It's 1997, Only This Time The Game Only Costs 99 Cents

That's right, the original Tomb Raider sequel is approaching twenty years old. Nearly two decades have passed since players got to take a blocky Lara Croft back through tombs and mostly non-tombs on PlayStations and PCs. Now you can take the game with you in your pocket for the extra low price of 99 cents.

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Hasbro Releases Chromecast Editions Of Monopoly And Yahtzee For Up To Four Players

Chromecast is best known for getting video from your phone or tablet onto your television screen. It also streams audio, if you're into that sort of thing. These two things cover most of what people generally do with Google's little streaming stick.

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34 New And Notable (And 1 WTF) Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (10/13/15 - 10/27/15)

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Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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Minecraft: Story Mode

Android Police coverage: Minecraft: Story Mode From TellTale Games Launches On Google Play And The Amazon Appstore

Minecraft doesn't lend itself towards storytelling. That's kind of the point - it's basically a digital sandbox.

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[Update: 1337] Google Dramatically Increases Top Price Limits For Apps In The Play Store - US Apps Can Now Cost As Much As $400

Most apps on the Play Store are free, and those that are paid usually cost somewhere between one and five dollars. The top price for applications and in-app purchases in the US version of the Play Store before today was $200 (which usually wasn't actually seen except for IAPs for freemium games). Last night, the Play Store developer support page for paid apps was updated, and in nearly every territory where paid apps are supported, the top limit was increased by two to three times. Developers can now set apps or in-app purchases to as much as $400.

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[Bonus Round] Ghosts Of Memories, Viva Sancho Villa, Magic Flute, The Balloons, Herald of Oblivion, And Dariusburst

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a stylish puzzle game, a south-of-the-border runner, an opera-inspired sliding puzzle, a new Noodlecake runner, a Warhammer 40K game-book, and a ported bullet hell shooter. Without further ado:

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Ghosts of Memories

Ghosts of Memories isn't shy about it's story-focused puzzle game inspiration - there's a lot of Monument Valley DNA in there.

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Thursday App And Game Sales: Worms 3, Shuttle+, Broken Age, And More

As you should already know, paying for things usually guarantees better things than you can get for free. That doesn't mean you have to pay a lot, though. There are some great deals on apps and games in the Play Store, so get your wallet ready.

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Zen Studios Releases Bob's Burgers, Archer, Family Guy, And American Dad Pinball Games

Are you a fan of cartoons produced, owned, and distributed by Fox Broadcasting Company? Hey, then it's your lucky day—well, unless you don't like pinball. Zen Pinball now has tables based on Bob's Burgers, Archer, Family Guy, and American Dad.

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Beautiful, Atmospheric Puzzle Game 'Prune' Springs Forth From The Play Store

Prune is a game about planting trees, and I'm sure you think that sounds super-duper boring, but it's really not. With a swipe you can plant a tree and watch it grow toward the light. Only with your careful pruning can it grow large enough to sprout flowers and unlock the next botanical challenge.

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The Play Store Supports Fingerprint Purchase Authorizations In Android 6.0

Fingerprint reader support is one of the big pushes of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but it's not just limited to the lock screen. Google has an option in the Play Store to authorize app purchases with a fingerprint, which we first spotted in a teardown of the v5.9 client. Now it's live for 6.0 devices that have fingerprint readers like the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X.

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TellTale's Tales From The Borderlands Finale Lands Tomorrow And Game Of Thrones Ends November 17th - Episode 1 Is Now Free

Are you enjoying TellTale's latest batch of episodic Android adventure games? Good. They're both coming to an end. For the moment, anyway - the first batch of Tales from the Borderlands episodes (based on and vastly improving the story behind 2K's Borderlands shooter series) is available in full on the PC and consoles right now, and the last episode is scheduled to hit the Android version tomorrow, October 22nd.

If you prefer fantasy to sci-fi, then the Game of Thrones series will end next month with its sixth episode. "The Ice Dragon" will release on all platforms on November 17th. Though TellTale has been putting its console and mobile releases closer and closer together for the last year or so, this will be the first time that an episode releases on Windows, consoles, Android, and iOS on the same day.

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