Android gamers who have been patiently waiting for the arrival of the awesome X-COM: Enemy Unknown onto the Android operating system. Will be pleased to know that it has now arrived at the Google Play Store for both smartphone and tablet Android devices and is priced at $9.99.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a turn-based tactical role-playing video game and a “reimagined” version of the 1994 cult classic strategy game UFO: Enemy Unknown also known as X-COM: UFO Defense.
If you are in the market for a Android gaming system, you might be interested in the new FunBox which has this week launched worldwide and is now available to purchase from $159 from resellers on AliExpress.
The FunBox Android games console is powered by a powerful NVIDIA Quad-Core Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 processor which is supported by 2GB of RAM and runs a custom 4.3 Android-based operating system.
Sony PlayStation 4 owners that enjoy a scare are sure to be delighted to know that the survival horror game Daylight has today launched on Sony’s next-generation PlayStation 4 console at a discounted rate of just $9.59 for PlayStation Plus subscribers to enjoy.
PlayStation 4 non subscribers will also be able to enjoy the scares of the Daylight game on May 13th 2014 for an increased price of $11.99. Check out the game’s launch trailer below to see a taste of the environments and foes you will encounter during the horror game.
Rovio is well known for their range of Angry Birds games, which have become some of the world’s most popular mobile games, and now the company has launched a new game, which is called Retry.
Retry, apparently takes its inspiration from Flappy Bird, although unlike Flappy bird, you pilot a plane through various obstacles, the game is apparently very difficult, just like Flappy bird, and shares some similarities in gameplay.
John McAfee is well know for his McAfee anti virus software, and now he has launched a new encrypted private messaging application called Chadder.
The Chadder app is designed to keep your messages private, and according to the release, the apps comes with security built in, to protect your data.
LG has launched their new wearable gadget, the LG Lifeband Touch, and they have also announced that they are launching their new LG Heart Rate Earphones.
The LG Lifeband Touch is designed for fitness tracking, and the company’s Heart Rate earphones can be used with the Lifeband Touch to monitor you heart rate, they can also be used on their own.