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TellTale's Mr. Robot game is disguised as the official E-Corp messenger app

USA Network's Mr. Robot is all the rage among tech fans, and not just because it's probably the most faithful depiction of real-world hackers ever to hit primetime. The drama surrounding a gigantic, omnipresent, all-knowing international tech company that has access to every part of the digital world has some disturbing parallels in real life. (Cough, cough.) If you can't wait for the next episode to land in your Android TV queue, there's a new game on the Play Store to check out... and it's made by TellTale, fan-favorite developers of story-focused adventure games.

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[Deal Alert] Telltales' Game Of Thrones Episodes Are Now $1.99 (60% Off) And The Entire Season Pass Is $4.99 (75% Off)

The way I understand it, Game Of Thrones is a TV show where every character that you love or hate dies, where people get terrified when Winter is coming, and where dragons and nudes cater to every person's weird and unfulfilled fantasies. Or something. I want to watch the show, but I can't handle all the suspense, so I'm going to wait until the last season starts and then binge watch it until I forget what daylight is and what real people do.

The Game of Thrones Android game is a different story though. It's an adventure game developed by Telltale, which has made a name for itself in this genre thanks to intriguing scripts and excellent voice acting.

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[Deal Alert] TellTale's Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1 Is Down To $0.49 On The Play Store In Several Countries

TellTale Games has made a name for itself lately with episodic story-based point-and-click adventure games, and Minecraft: Story Mode is no exception. Released in October 2015, the game uses Minecraft's signature voxel graphics along with interesting storylines, character choices, and a star-studded voice acting cast to create an engrossing adventure game that you feel compelled to finish.

The first episode of the game usually costs $4.99, the same as all other episodes which come as in-app purchases. But with the 5 episodes now fully released and episodes 6, 7, and 8 planned as part of a larger "New Order of the Stone" expansion, the TellTale team is ready to let more people in for a lower price of admission.

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TellTale Begins Its Walking Dead: Michonne Mini-Series With Episode 1, Now In The Play Store For $5

Confession: I haven't touched The Walking Dead franchise since the end of season one of the TV show - there's only so much zombie stuff I can handle. But even so, I know that Michonne (pronounced "Miss-shown") is a fan-favorite badass in both the comic books and the show. TellTale Games, always eager to please with its growing collection of licensed episodic adventure games, is giving those fans what they want with a Michonne mini-series. Episode one is available right now in the Play Store.

Michonne is a kick-ass lady who strides through the undead landscape crushing zombie skulls beneath her feet.

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Game Of Thrones Season Finale, Episode 6: The Ice Dragon, From Telltale Games Now On Google Play

A year after Telltale Games kicked off its point-and-click take on Game of Thrones, the season is coming to an end. Episode 6: The Ice Dragon is now available inside the Android app. If you haven't bought a season pass, you can snag up the episode for $4.99.

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

TellTale Games has already done great things with the Borderlands and Game of Thrones franchises. Now eyes are on what the company intends to do next. Announced at the end of 2014, Minecraft: Story Mode has been a long time coming. Now it's available for Android devices, right on schedule.

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A Nest Of Vipers, The Fifth Episode Of TellTale's Game Of Thrones, Is Now Available

The fifth installment in TellTale's Game of Thrones adventure game adaptation has arrived. If you've been playing through each episode as they're released, now is the time for you to jump back into the game. As for those of you who are contemplating joining in for the first time, know that you have more content to play through all at once than those who started before you.


When you download Game of Thrones from the Play Store, it comes with the first episode included. Each consecutive one costs an additional $5 through an in-app purchase. Alternatively, you can get the full season for $20.

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TellTale's Game Of Thrones Has Dropped From $5 To $0.60 In The US, Also Discounted In Some Other Countries

TellTale Games produces an adventure game for fans who just can't get enough of Game of Thrones on HBO. New content comes out in the form of episodes, with the latest one having come out in May.

If you're looking to dive into the action for the first time, now is a good time. The first episode of Games of Thrones is currently available on Google Play in the US for just 60 cents. This is down from its usual price of $5.


We've noticed the game on sale in some other countries as well. Australia seems to have it for $0.20.

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Tales From The Borderlands Episode 3 'Catch A Ride' Arrives On Android

You've heard of Borderlands because of the original multiplayer-centric first-person shooter that appeared on consoles and the PC. But there's a decent chance that the reason you're thinking about it now is the result of TellTale's point-and-click adventure game 'Tales from the Borderlands' (and no, not just because you're reading this article). This title has simply been a rejuvenating way to dive back into the cel-shaded world, and now that episode three is available, players have another reason to return.


Episode one came in December, with number two following in March. The latest installment places Rhys and Fiona in the jungles of a terraforming facility as they continue their quest to find a lucrative Vault.

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