Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) is an RPG originally released in 2003 on the XBox, that has since been ported to a number of platforms. This is a full port of a serious console game to Android, and a lot of fun to play. The game is a console RPG set long … Continue reading Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
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My goal with this site is generally NOT to talk about a bunch of “mobile” games. I mean, I’ve been sucked into a number of these games where the play session and advancement is determined by clocks and calendars and/or willingness to spend cash rather than effort and skill. After a while you end up feeling like … Continue reading Hungry Shark Evolution
Terraria ranks up with Minecraft: Pocket Edition as one my son’s favorite Kindle games. It’s the sort of game that will give hours and hours and hours of gameplay. You will see a lot of comparisons between Terraria and Minecraft, and they’re not unjustified. Both are complex games with procedurally generated worlds, digging, crafting, and lots of … Continue reading Terraria
First off, I love Minecraft. I won’t repeat my whole spiel, but you can see it in my Minecraft: Pocket Edition review. For some reason Microsoft wants $20 for Minecraft: Pocket Edition downloadable onto your Fire TV. A month ago you could buy Minecraft: Pocket Edition on your Fire TV for $7, and if you … Continue reading Minecraft: Fire TV Edition
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
The original NES version of this game is considered a classic, and the remake is pretty cool. It’s available on just about any platform you can imagine, including Android. Amazon sells this game for the Fire platforms, and it’s available for the Kindle Fire platform free through Amazon Underground, or for $5 otherwise, including the Fire TV … Continue reading Duck Tales Remastered: Free Through Amazon Underground
Amazon’s new Fire TV Game Controller with Alexa is a WiFi direct game controller designed for the Amazon Fire TV ecosystem.
Amazon’s first generation Fire TV Game Controller was a Bluetooth controller that works well with Amazon’s entire Fire ecosystem.
A guide to setting up RetroArch on your Fire TV to play games from the NES, SNES, and other classic gaming systems.