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[Deal Alert] Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath is down to $0.10 in a few countries

If you like well designed games with engulfing graphics, appropriately adapted to mobile gameplay, gamepad support, and dozens of unique characters and environments, you'll love Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath. The game was first released on Android back in 2014 as an Amazon exclusive, then made it onto the Play Store for all. It has since been downloaded over 100,000 times and managed to keep a 4.5 star rating with nearly 17500 reviews. Impressive.

Stranger's Wrath first cost $4.99, but it has been hovering between $0.99 and $2.99 over the past few months. Now though, it's down to an even lower price, just like Munch's Oddysee was a few weeks ago.

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New Pokémon GO update with revamped training and capture bonuses is rolling out [APK Download]

The number of people playing Pokémon GO has declined in recent months, but the player base is still huge compared to most mobile games. The loss of casual players is probably down to the slow rate of improvements, but today there are a few significant changes rolling out. As we previously reported, Pokémon GO now has capture bonuses and improved training at gyms.

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Humble Mobile Bundle 21 is live with Goat Simulator, _PRISM, Door Kickers, and more

The latest mobile Humble Bundle is available, and that means now is your chance to get a bunch of great games for next to nothing. The bundle currently includes seven games, and as usual, more will be added in a week.

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[Deal Alert] League of Stickman Zombie, djay2, and Lost Journey all down to $0.10 (some valid in US too)

There have been more $0.10 sales in the Play Store as of late, but most of them are not available in the US. Today there are three top apps and games on sale for this low, low price, and two of them are valid in the US. Available in most markets (including the US) are League of Stickman Zombie and Lost Journey. The non-US sale is for music app djay2.

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Mafia III: Rivals now available for Android, met with mixed reviews

Mafia III is finally out for PC and various game consoles, but if you're looking for a smartphone port, this isn't it. We covered Mafia III: Rivals when it was initially announced, and it looked like your standard mobile RPG, as opposed to Mafia III's open-world gameplay. In both games, you are a crime boss attempting to rise through the ranks of New Bordeaux's criminal underworld. But that is where the similarities end.

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Upcoming Pokémon GO update will bring big changes to gym training and capturing rare Pokémon

While the Pokémon GO hysteria has mostly died down, there are still a lot of people playing. Those who have stuck with the summer's hottest mobile game will soon be able to enjoy significant improvements to training Pokémon at gyms and the way rare Pokémon are caught.

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OUYA brings 4-player brawler Gurgamoth to Android TV

OUYA may have been a bust as an Android-powered game console, but after being sold to Razer and focusing on software, it has cultivated an impressive specialization for local multiplayer. The publisher's latest release for Android TV is Gurgamoth, a 4-player 2D brawler that landed on Steam back in February. It's available on the Play Store now for five bucks with no in-app purchases.

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Dan The Man from Halfbrick Studios is live in the Play Store

After being listed only for pre-registration, the latest game from Halfbrick Studios has finally dropped on Android. Dan The Man is a classic action platformer with lots of punches, kicks, and bad guys just begging for the liberal application of both. It's free to play, but the IAP system doesn't seem too offensive.

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Carmageddon goes free on the Play Store, brings ads and bugs with its latest update

Whenever a paid app or game goes free on the Play Store, it's for one of three reasons: a) the developer is being super generous, b) the developer has abandoned it, or c) the developer decided to use another monetization model. It is almost never the first case, though. The second one is just friendly behavior that we like seeing, despite it giving us grief over the death of another app/game. But it's incredibly annoying when it's the third scenario.

Carmageddon, unfortunately, seems to fall in that category. The game, which normally cost $1.99 for the ad-free version (another Carma (free) version used to pop up every now and then) is now free.

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Streamed game trials have started appearing in the Play Store

Google started fiddling with app streaming about a year ago via searches in the Google app, but only for a few specific apps. Then, we spotted some evidence of app streaming in a Play Store teardown a couple months ago. It looks like this feature has started rolling out today, allowing you to stream games to try before you buy. One AP staffer in addition to our tipster has this option available already, but it's a little buggy.

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