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Stadia's $10-a-month premium subscription, Stadia Pro, includes access to an ever-expanding catalog of games at no additional cost. The selection of redeemable games varies — Google adds a few each month, and sometimes removes some. Here, for your convenience, we've compiled a handy list of all the games you can claim right now.
Stadia wasn't off to a great start and still has trouble positioning itself as a viable alternative to the just-launched PlayStation 5 and the new Xbox Series, but Google is finally starting to gain some traction with promotions and hype. And it really looks like the company and third-party developers are committed to the platform. Stadia's director of games Jack Buser told MobileSyrup that his team "built a roadmap of about 400 games in development right now from 200 developers."
Welcome to Monday, everyone. Things have been busy over the weekend, and so I have a boatload of sales to share with everyone. Today's most significant sale is for Cubasis 3, an expensive digital audio workstation that's currently half off. Next up is CloudPlayer, a competent music player that can utilize the tracks you store on your online file locker of choice. And last up is Quell Reflect+, an older puzzle game that offers pleasant music. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold green text in order to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 30 temporarily free and 63 on-sale apps and games for the beginning of the week.
Rayark International is a developer that's best known for its rhythm games, such as Cytus, though the DEEMO series is also pretty popular. While we've known that the sequel DEEMO II would be coming to Android since May (2020), it would appear the Rayark has also remastered the original title to create DEEMO Reborn, which has been available on Steam since September (2020). This remaster replaces the original's 2D graphics with new 3D designs in order to create a much more immersive title, and as of today, this remaster has landed on the Play Store for pre-registration.
Welcome to the roundup of the new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today's list is broken up into several segments, ranging from best, average, to mediocre game releases from the last week. So whether you're looking for the best games of quality or are simply looking for the latest free-to-play gacha releases, you're covered. This week I have a new Bridge Constructor game from Headup, an intriguing idle game that also offers survival-based strategic gameplay, and a third-person exploration game where you'll fill the role of a fox and a human in an intertwined story that all comes together in the end.
Welcome to Friday, everyone. Now that the weekend is almost here, it's time to check out all of the app and game sales currently available on the Play Store. Just like past lists, we have a few titles to highlight as well. First up is a sale for KORG Kaossilator, a popular synthesizer app from a synthesizer maker. Next up is the game Rebel Cops, a competent strategy game all about solving a town's corruption. Last up is Peace, Death, an enjoyable arcade simulator that plays similarly to Papers, Please. As always, I've highlighted the interesting titles in bold green in order to make discovery easier.
After the success of Bridge Constructor Portal, it would appear Headup Games has been working on a new branded release for the franchise that's themed around The Walking Dead TV show. Well, the studio recently teamed up with the YouTuber Drae to show off the game in action, and while the commentary is often cringeworthy, the 20-minute video still offers a solid look at how Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead plays. So if you'd like to take an early look, Drae's video is available below the break.