If you’re in the mood for a quick and simple game, rather than hitting up the Play Store give Google Search a try. The company has added both Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe to search, both on desktop and in the mobile Google Search app.
If you want to play either, just search “solitaire” or “tic tac toe” and ... Read More »
Gaming continues to be a growing sector of the mobile industry, with the amount of mobile games available increasing each and every day. A couple of years ago, Google delved into the gaming sector with Google Play Games, the company’s way to create an easy way for users to interact and compete with ... Read More »
NVIDIA has proven repeatedly that it wants to be the driving force in Android gaming, and between the SHIELD Tablet and the SHIELD Android TV, it definitely has the hardware to back it up. The other piece of the puzzle is, of course, the games, and NVIDIA is constantly working to ... Read More »
The Chromecast is am immensely useful tool for streaming content from your devices to your TV, but for the holiday season, Google is making it a bit more useful for the family. A bunch of games have been added to the list of Chomecast-supported apps, and a lot of them are Hasbro games.
Even though it hasn’t developed in the same way as other platforms, mobile gaming has taken off in a big way. Google has been working to enhance the experience for Android users with Google Play Games, its service that enables ranking, recommendations and now a new feature that should make plenty of mobile ... Read More »
You’ve likely heard the name Commodore no matter how old you are. They were classic computers back in the ’80s, selling 17 million units and earning the title of best selling computer. But in the ’90s, the company went bankrupt and we haven’t seen much since.
Now we’re getting a new product from Commodore, but ... Read More »
If for some crazy reason you still haven’t plunked down the measly $2.99 for what is quite possibly the best puzzle game to ever come to Android, we have some great news for you. A free, ad-supported of Threes has launched today that brings you all the goodness of the original game with ... Read More »
Nintendo has, just like the other major companies in the video games industry, used its own proprietary software when it comes to running its home consoles. However, according to a new report, that could be changing in the near future.
The report surfaced recently from Nikkei and states that, instead of using their own software, Nintendo ... Read More »