Marked down from $3 to $1, Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee is a 3D puzzle platformer and Xbox port that plays well on the Fire TV platform.
Wayward Souls is an action RPG “rogue-like” game with procedurally generated levels and permadeath. Unfortunately, the Amazon version isn’t tagged as compatible with the Fire TV platform. I am trying to get that corrected.
Continuing a theme, Grand Theft Auto III is a PS2/Xbox game ported to mobile platforms, released for Android in 2012. Like other ports from the same era, you’re getting the full game, in this case called the 10 Year Anniversary Edition, adapted for touch screen input. This version actually has higher resolution, upgraded textures, and increased draw … Continue reading Grand Theft Auto III – 10 Year Anniversary Edition
The Bard’s Tale is a kind of reboot of the original Bard’s Tale series of my youth. It’s not actually tied directly to any of the 3 original Bard’s Tale games. InXile, which has been at the heart of some other cool projects like Wasteland 2, is also working on a true sequel called Bard’s Tale IV. … Continue reading The Bard’s Tale
Plague Inc. is a “Strategy Simulation” mobile game that’s been out since 2011 on iOS and that has been in the Amazon app store for almost 5 years after being ported to Android by Miniclip. It’s one of those apps that you see in the charts and it’s $0.99 and either you grab it at … Continue reading Plague Inc.
OK, this game is, putting it simply, stupid. It’s also kind of a hoot, and nothing beats free for testing whether or or not it works for you. Run around, lick things, destroy things, and jump on trampolines. You know, goat things. My son (9) discovered it and played for hours immediately. Fire Hardware Compatibility: … Continue reading Goat Simulator: Free Through Amazon Underground
Game: Terraria Latest Version Played: 1.2.12801 Developer: Re-logic (Android version by 505 Games) Game Web Site: http://505games.com/games/terraria Terraria ranks up with Minecraft: Pocket Edition as one my son’s favorite Kindle games, and using a controller and playing Terraria on the Fire TV is even better. It’s the sort of game that will give hours and hours and hours … Continue reading Terraria
Minecraft: Pocket Edition, sometimes referred to as Minecraft PE, is one my son’s favorite Kindle games. The latest version includes “The End” and many other things that were previously missing from Pocket Edition and brings pocket edition much closer to “real” Minecraft. It’s not completely there, and it doesn’t support mods and playing on full Minecraft … Continue reading Minecraft: Pocket Edition
Amazon’s first generation Fire TV Game Controller was a Bluetooth controller that works well with Amazon’s entire Fire ecosystem.