It can sometimes be hard to find the best content in Amazon’s App Store. I have a 10 year old and have watched him and his friends play games for years. Here are a few games that you should own.
Do you like RPGs? These are some RPG games from several sub-genres that you really should consider owning for your Fire TV or Fire tablet.
Somehow one of the coolest new Fire games I’ve played in a while is a retro (think SNES) game created as a promotion for a Netflix TV series. Seriously.
The latest version is always linked on the main RetroArch Fire TV page. You can read the announcement here. There has been are a lot of development in RetroArch this year. The last update I mentioned was 1.5.0, and 1.6.4 is a bugfix version for 1.6.0, which was released in June. The most important thing of … Continue reading RetroArch 1.6.4 Released
The latest version is always linked on the main RetroArch Fire TV page. The 1.4.1 “open beta” improvements and a lot more are rolled into a new release. You can read the announcement here, but a summary of relevant updates since 1.4.1: MOBILE: Single-tap for menu entry selection MOBILE: Long-tap a setting to reset to … Continue reading RetroArch 1.5.0 Released
Playing Zelda on the Amazon Fire Platform I noted in a recent post that The Legend of Zelda: Breathe of the Wild was taking up my gaming time lately, but I’ve gotten a little inspired and want to try to play every Zelda game that can be played on the Fire platform. Obviously this means … Continue reading Zelda on Fire
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.
Originally developed for the Xbox 360, Doom & Destiny is a satirical JRPG that plays well on Amazon’s Fire TV platform.
Evoland isn’t available in Amazon’s app store, but plays well on the Fire TV. It’s a unique (I believe) kind of retro-ish game that plays on concepts from Zelda games and JRPG games. The unique “gimmick” is that the game starts out black and white, no sound, and leads you through unlocking various “capabilities” of the games as you progress.