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Amazon Appstore FAOTD: TerraTime

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: TerraTime

Aug 12, 2015

TerraTime is free on the Amazon Appstore today.

Product Description

The amazing, interactive, real-time virtual Earth! Globe and map use current satellite imagery to simulate day/night, clouds, seasons, sun & moon; clock shows rise, set, twilight, & transit times for sun & moon. Everything you need to stay connected to the world you live in.

· Real-time simulations include clouds, city lights, sea ice, and more, generated from actual satellite imagery
· Clock and compass also show sunrise & sunset; moon phase, rise & set; twilight & transit times
· Globe and map are fully interactive, using touchscreen or phone sensors
· Easily show any date, any location
· Clock and globe widgets, in 4 sizes each
· Live wallpapers for ALL Android devices!

It’s usually $2.99.


Angry Birds 2 Review

Angry Birds 2 Review

Aug 12, 2015

Angry Birds dropped on the mobile gaming scene and all but created a new genre of game. An entire generation of folks got lost in the infinite charm of bringing avian justice to wayward pigs.

What followed the original is an entire stable of spin-offs and branded versions: Star Wars, Rio, Go! and more.

Now, we get a “true” sequel to original blockbuster in Angry Birds 2. The pigs are just as insolent, the birds as, uh, angry and the game begs to be played.

While it is pretty much impossible to play this and not compare t to the original, we’re going to pretend to try. Visually, it looks familiar, with rich graphics and fluid animations. One can zoom in and zoom out to a degree, and the animated structure build-ups are a nice touch.

Gameplay involves using a bird with special abilities to take out a structure with pigs; the more damage to pigs and the structure, the better one scores. Using less birds is optimal as well. In this iteration of the game, there are elements like “rooms” within levels, a card meter, daily quests and more. One interesting piece is the presence of an energy requirement; burning up too many attempts causes one to run out of lives, and hey can be replenished over time or with real money via in-app purchase.


So, it brings a lot of the stuff from the original, with a few nice extra touches here and there, helping the experience to be familiar without being a rehash. The birds are familiar in their abilities, and how they can generally be powered by tapping: speed, telekinesis, multiplication, explosion and such. There are boss pigs too.

The energy requirement is a bit of a drag, but such is the nature of free-to-play games, and it’s hard to begrudge developers a viable means of monetizing. There’s also offers to watch stuff to double rewards.

All in all, it’s a fun refresh, full of some surprises — and mostly of the good kind.

Upcoming Game Pocket Platoons Due Out this Month

Upcoming Game Pocket Platoons Due Out this Month

Aug 11, 2015

En Masse Entertainment is letting folks know that upcoming game Pocket Platoons is due out later this month on both Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.

The game is a WWII-themed building and battling adventure; players can choose to be on either the Allies or Axis side, and there are different modes and a host of campaigns.

En Masse Chief Chris Lee talks up the game’s appeal. “Pocket Platoons is a little game with a lot of heart. It has so much to offer with its amazing depth, wide range of units and variety of modes,” he says. “In this game, troop position really matters, which will appeal to players looking for fantastic turn-based combat strategy. Core gamers will gravitate to this gem of a game for their mobile devices.”

For those keeping count, August 27th is the day the new game drops. Per the press release, it will be free to play.

[via Pocket Platoons presser.]

Paranormal Agency is Free on Google Play and Amazon Appstore

Paranormal Agency is Free on Google Play and Amazon Appstore

Aug 11, 2015

G5 Entertainment continues to look to get its games into the hands of plenty of people, as evidenced by them putting Paranormal Agency for free — for a limited time — on Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.

It isn’t the first time the mystery thriller has been free, either.

Free for a limited time! Don’t miss out!

Detective Heather Mills has the amazing ability to see ghosts and other mysterious entities that are not visible to other people. When spooky ghosts and weird creatures start showing up in local homes, it’s up to Heather and her agency to get to the bottom of this macabre mystery and look for reasons behind recent poltergeist attacks on innocent citizens. Help Heather hunt for hidden items in locations all over the city and find out who is behind the attacks.

● More than 50 challenging levels
● Five different types of hidden object challenges
● Seven unique mini-games
● Original storyline
● Nearly endless hidden object fun

The game will be from today through August 16th.

K300 Premium 4K 3-port HDMI Switch Hardware Review

K300 Premium 4K 3-port HDMI Switch Hardware Review

Aug 11, 2015

Yep, it’s a wireless world.

Nothing really beats the convenience of hooking up a mobile source to a bigger target and being able to stream and consume content. It’s just awesome.

I’m old school though, in that I still appreciate the fidelity of wired connections. No muss, no fuss. No need for wi-fi (as is necessary in some wireless connectivity set-ups). HDMI connections are especially noted; these are universal standards, and have the ability to provide input options for a veritable host of peripherals, from smartdevices to whole computers and everything in-between. And, if truth be told (and being the gadget collecting generation that we are), TV manufacturers, for instance, may need to start allocating most of the back panel space to more and more — and more — HDMI input space.

But again, this is where small, useful and portable gadgets get me going. Stuff like the K300 Premium 4K 3-port HDMI Switch.

What the k#00 proposes to do is infinitely simple: it is an extension of sorts for HDMI inputs.


The review unit Kinivo sent us highlights the design, presenting it to us in black with lime green accents and white lettering. It is a rectangular cuboid with soft edges, and the front panel features labeled lights, infrared sensor and the power button. The side opposite to this carries 4 HDMI slots, one for output and three for plug-ins. A power jack is on the one “side” to provide juice to the gizmo, and the whole thing is pretty small and light, being less wide than your average flagship smartphone. The review box also contained power cord, remote, battery and documentation.

Setup is intuitive; simply plug it in to power via the supplied cord, and then connect it to, say, a TV with an HDMI cable through the lone input slot. Then, one can add USB peripherals to the unit by connecting the respective USB units to it. Operation is simple, with the remote; one can then select which USB item is being piped through a specific port.

The benefits are pretty obvious; one slot for switchable three off the bat, and it ultimately allows more pieces to be connected simultaneously. The control is useful, but is one more remote, and the infrared sensor did get moody every now and then. Still, the setup and initial operation was mostly flawless, even when I ran a mobile HDMI cable through it.

It isn’t a new solution, but it is pretty relevant, especially with all the connections we run through our televisions. At $34.99 (on Amazon), it isn’t too bad of a financial proposition either.

Deadlock: Online Review

Deadlock: Online Review

Aug 11, 2015

Folks play mobile games for a variety of reasons.

Hang time with the friends. Bragging rights with family. Down time at school. Reviewing apps for a living (hello!).

One thing is for sure, we all come upon those days when taking on a game like Deadlock: Online is needed by of stress relief, and maybe even profound enjoyment beyond that.

It opens up easily enough, and feels like virtual battle of attrition; the player mans a combatant in an urban landscape, and the basic premise is to knock out your enemies and stay alive. To achieve this feel, the developer uses a top-down perspective. The control system is dual in nature, and, as noted, involved moving around and shooting enemy fighters.

The best part of the game has to be the options. There are different modes, including ones that help prepare one for the main event. One can go online or stay off, and there are quite a few weapons to upgrade to. Real money can be used, but isn’t mandatory.


It’s a straightforward affair, with intuitive pieces that bring it all together. One gets an experienced akin to a virtual paintball match and arcade trimmings. The online aspect is great, and the capture the flag option is especially poignant.

For a game of its potential, my biggest gripe is the control system. Usually, dual stick controls appeal to me, but the movement-aiming mechanism left something to be desired for my taste. I found it relatively easy to move, but the ability to direct fire did not feel as intuitive, and I think the virtual controls could be a bit more forgiving with regards to active area.


Also, the game would probably flow a lot better with more defensive elements like perches, or even the ability to use high risk/reward shots from distance. It is possible to sorta, kinda create a defensive stance, but if one is caught in the open, running seems like the only viable option.

It does create a fast-paced environment, and such does cover up a host of perceived ills. Add in the different modes and the basic concepts, and this one is easier to get into.

And to enjoy.

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Mahjong Deluxe HD

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Mahjong Deluxe HD

Aug 10, 2015

The free app of the day on the Amazon Appstore is Mahjong Deluxe HD.

Product Description
Mahjong Deluxe is a solitaire game based on the classic Chinese game where you are challenged to eliminate all the tiles from the board. It includes 12 lovely backgrounds and 168 different puzzle layouts along with relaxing background music. Relax and enjoy this beautiful game today!

The game is played with a set of tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols and made for us in China. Find matching pairs of images at the left and right ends of the lines in the various puzzles to remove the tiles from the board.

168 different puzzle layouts with a different puzzle each time.
8 different backgrounds to choose from.
Plus 4 new Christmas backgrounds that also play 2 holiday spirit songs in the background when chosen.
Great background music and sounds.

The game is usually priced at $0.99.


Bracketron Mi-T Grip Smartphone Mount Hardware Review

Bracketron Mi-T Grip Smartphone Mount Hardware Review

Aug 10, 2015

When it comes to mobile accessories, few names resonate like Bracketron; its Mi-T Grip Smartphone Mount is just the type of tool one would love to add to one’s accessory arsenal.

The review unit that Bracketron sent highlights the product in retail form; getting it out of the packet unveils the two pieces that make up the mount: a ball joint fused with suction-sticky attachment surface, and then an adjustable clip that fits intuitively onto the ball joint with the help of a tightening screw. When the latter is snapped onto the former, one gets a homogeneous solution, made of hard plastic and coming in all black. It is almost diminutive and feels solidly built.

Usage is easy to glean; all one needs to do is position the unit on glass or dash by taking off the protective sheet and wetting the attaching side. Then, with the use of the press-down clip, the unit is able to achieve a firm hold on the surface.

The jaws of the clip can be extended to fit over devices width-wise up to 3.5 inches; the ball joint allows the user to manipulate the clip along an axis, such that the attached device can be moved to a perfect angle. Altogether, it is easy to get it going, and it does work well on the aforementioned dash or windshield.


With regards to usability, it just works. It’s small profile makes it easy to tote around, and when in use, it isn’t too bothersome. Removing it is equally as easy, and the ability to using it on several types of surfaces (in the home office, for example) is definitely a plus.

One gripe I have is the difficulty in placing the device in the jaws one-handed. The firm grip comes at a price, and it’s easier to use two hands to manipulate it.

Overall, it does its stated job equitably, and it’s pricing ($20.74 on Amazon) is attractive too.

Not bad for just another day at the accessory office for Bracketron.

Crowdfunding Spotlight: UBIK UNO Smartphone Hits 75% Mark, Adds Stretch Goal

Crowdfunding Spotlight: UBIK UNO Smartphone Hits 75% Mark, Adds Stretch Goal

Aug 10, 2015

One of the cool things about having a mostly open-sourced OS that can be used across manufacturers is that one can see it legitimately appropriated on varying hardware.

Which leads to one of my hobbies: raiding Kickstarter for Android-powered smartphone projects. I am a huge fan of crowdfunding — it is the ultimate ode to responsible consumerism — and seeing it manifested in new mobile technology pieces is somewhat gratifying.

UBIK hit the wires a short while ago with an Android project to adore: an unlocked smartphone named UNO. Interestingly, UNO has already hit the 75% funding mark; specifically, it has raised more than $150,000 of its $200,000 goal via more than 500 backers, which is especially impressive considering the fact that it still has more than three weeks of funding time left.

It’s not too hard to see why the upcoming device is garnering the support of tech enthusiasts willing to put their cash where their mouths are. It’s Kickstarter website also doubles as a portal with which the company keeps a pulse on fan sentiment. One result of this feedback led the company to reduce the price point of the device from $345 to $298.


UBIK is also using incentives (like including a free case with a pledge for the UNO for sharing the campaign on social media), and has added a stretch goal that bundles a free tempered glass screen protector if 150% funding mark is reached.

So, what does the UNO bring to the table? Of course, one gets our favorite mobile OS, specifically stock 5.1 Lollipop, one piece no-bezel frame, 5.5 inch 1920 x 1080 Gorilla Glass display, an octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB onboard memory (expandable to 64GB via microSD), 20MP main camera and other consumer-friendly trappings like NFC and Bluetooth. In other words, it doesn’t seem to be sacrificing the extras due to price.

This is one folks will really want to keep an eye on.

We know we will.

Mission: Berlin Review

Mission: Berlin Review

Aug 10, 2015

If cloak and dagger escapades are your thing, Mission: Berlin just might be an option.

For inspiration, one need not too much further than the upcoming Warner Brothers flick Man from U.N.C.L.E. which is due out soon; the movie itself is based on the iconic TV series from the ’60s.

The game starts quietly, almost surreptitiously; one gets to pick from two agents from rival agencies with different character traits and backgrounds. After selecting the preferred character, one gets right into the game proper.

The first “mission” serves as a tutorial of sorts, leading players through the virtual controls and giving an idea of how the action unfolds. The perspective is an adjustable third person, and the dual controls manage swinging the protagonist view, as well as movement and attack. Movement involves being able to run, crouch and walk.

The game, as hinted at, is mission-based, and the content is decidedly Cold War-ish: taking out targets, collecting information, dead drops and such. Different tasks require different skills, and the game even hints at when stealth might be good to use.

And yes, there are enemy folks, and these do not seem to be reluctant about shooting when spooked. One can select weapons to use, or use hands in a melee-style approach when possible; the idea is to finish quickly and efficiently and move on.


If a mission is completed successfully, the player gets points based on criteria like use of weapons, time used and enemies defeated. Skill points are also awarded, and these can be used to improve the agent’s skills. If a misson is not completed, one gets to restart from a checkpoint.

It comes together nicely, if a bit haphazardly; the graphics are expressive, but there are some visual aspects that feel like they could be a bit sharper; sometimes objects pop up right n front. Literally. The car sequences are a glorious touch, but I do feel the steering mechanism could be a bit tighter. It allows for a degree of choice with regards to allowing the player to figure out how to complete a mission, but doesn’t allow for too much rope which could cause confusion.

Put together, it is hard to dislike. Espionage is almost always in, and the action sequences make this one right at home.

Pop Jellies to Spread Jam in Jelly Blast’s Latest Update

Pop Jellies to Spread Jam in Jelly Blast’s Latest Update

Aug 10, 2015

The match three puzzler with a sweet tooth, Jelly Blast, has received an update that adds new modes, sweets, and a weekly competition to selection.

In Jelly Blast, you play as Alicia and must prevent a nasty witch from destroying the kingdom by matching and popping jellies to scare her away.

There are over 400 levels to complete in 20 different game modes and plenty of side quests, dungeons, and weekly competitions to keep you hooked in between.

Update 1.9.0 looks set to add a whole lot more as well, like the new Jam Mode in which you have to pop jellies to spread jam around a level until it’s full.

There are other new modes as well. Jelly Gorgers sees you befriend and collect the little critters who will help you defeat the evil witch while Bubble Gum tasks you with making and popping bubbles.

Rounding out the new modes is Pale Clover, which challenges you to dye and collect a bunch of white four leaf clovers.

A new weekly competition has also been added to the mix where you have to compete against your friends and other real life opponents to find and collect all gummy elephants that have been dispersed around the many levels.

Both Jelly Blast and the new update can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play right now for free.


This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.

KPHONE to Introduce New Premium Android Device in October

KPHONE to Introduce New Premium Android Device in October

Aug 9, 2015

KPHONE is bringing a new device to market with premium trappings called the K5.

Key features of the KPHONE K5 include:

• 5” HD IPS display with Corning Gorilla Glass
• Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system with Google Play
• Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor
• 13MP auto-focus back camera and 5MP front-facing camera (full 1080p video)
• Built-in dual SIM card slots
• Networks supported: All GSM networks, AT&T and T-Mobile

KPHONE VP of Sales, Retail Channels talks about the influence of BYOD. “With the growth of ‘bring-your-own-device’ plans from cellphones carriers, KPHONE’s first smartphone, the K5, is uniquely positioned to quickly become a leader in the unlocked smartphone market,” he says. “Being one of the largest cellphone manufacturers in China means that the team at KPHONE understands what it takes to succeed in this competitive market: great design, high-quality products, strong manufacturing capabilities and a focus on your customers.”

According to the presser, the new device should be available in October 2015, with “aggressive” pricing.


Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Fantastic 4 in a Row HD

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Fantastic 4 in a Row HD

Aug 8, 2015

Today’s free app on the Amazon Appstore is Fantastic 4 in a Row HD, and there’s still a few more hours to get it.

4 In A Row has never been so much fun! Our Classic Checkers theme is one that all can enjoy as you try to beat the computer or play against a friend. The Christmas Beat theme lets you stack up the ornaments while listening to upbeat Christmas music from around the world. Our Jammin’ Sports theme keeps you pumped as you play basketball versus soccer.

4 levels of game play (easy, medium, hard and expert) lets you keep having fun as you improve your game. 


★ Try to get four in a row vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

★ Three great themes with a total of 10 songs. Plenty of music to enjoy.

★ Play against the computer or against another person in 2 player mode.

★ Great background music and sound effects.

We hope you enjoy Fantastic 4 In A Row!

The app is usually priced at $0.99.

Almightree: The Last Dreamer Review

Almightree: The Last Dreamer Review

Aug 7, 2015

Frankly, if one hasn’t tried Almightree: The Last Dreamer, one might be missing out; it’s the story of saving the world by reviving mystical tree seedlings.

There are three difficulty levels: easy, normal and hard. After selecting the level of choice, one gets to dive into the game.

Our hero’s quest is to make it to successive trees. To do so, he must traverse a path made up of blocks, but traveling along the blocks involves a set of rules. One can go from block to block, but not in diagonal fashion; if there is an empty spot directly in front of the current block, he cannot move in that direction. He can also move up a block that is one unit high, and anything higher than one can’t be scaled. These rules will feel mostly natural after a run or two, and they do define the gameplay.

Now the grassy platform formed by these blocks is somewhat irregular, and are seemingly suspended in the sky. This aerial platform has one major hazard: it is collapsing. In short, our guy cannot tarry too long, or the collapsing blocks catch up to him, and the run fails.


So, as the game goes on, a couple of new elements are tossed in. The path gets tougher, and one has to learn how to use some tools to keep going. A big one is “plantsformation,” which allows our hero to transport a block to an empty spot. This is important, and its use is the only way one can go on in parts. Cleverly, the developer expands on this element, allowing it to be used in other scenarios, and even adding in restrictions to its use so as to increase the challenge. As one progresses and (hopefully) makes it to successive trees, success is measured in time, and one can go back to attempt to best a previous high score.

It all comes together nicely, from the ease of understanding to the subtle encouragement to play harder levels for unlocks.

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Solitaire Mystery: Stolen Power (Full)

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Solitaire Mystery: Stolen Power (Full)

Aug 6, 2015

Solitaire Mystery: Stolen Power is today’s free game on the Amazon Appstore.

Product Description
Can You Save the World? Top Rated Hidden Object and Solitaire Game Play! The oldest and most powerful deck of cards in the world has been stolen from the Museum of Ancient History. These mysterious cards are so powerful that they can withstand the world’s most evil forces. But only on one condition: not a single card can be missing from the deck.
Now the cards that contain the unfathomable wisdom of the past and omnipotent knowledge of the future are scattered all around the city and it is up to you to find each card to create a new deck. But beware; you are not the only person looking for this deck.

Dark, powerful villains are also searching! Save the world while enjoying an exciting mix of hidden object and solitaire!

The game is usually available for $1.99.


Zoombinis Finally Arrives on Android

Zoombinis Finally Arrives on Android

Aug 6, 2015

We’ve been keeping an eye on the mobile revival of Zoombinis, and, as promised, it is here, on Android.

Play Zoombinis and guide the little blue creatures through fun and increasingly challenging puzzles on their way to a new home.

Zoombinis is a re-creation of the classic, award-winning 1990’s puzzle game Logical Journey of the Zoombinis. The small blue creatures, each with distinct personalities and appearances, are escaping imprisonment by the evil Bloats who have taken over the Zoombinis’ home. Players take on the role of the guide and help the Zoombinis reach the safety of Zoombiniville.

Use logic, analyze data, spot patterns and hone problem solving skills. Players face a series of increasingly difficult challenges that stand between the Zoombinis and freedom. Twelve perilous puzzles each with 4 levels of increasing difficulty, a great story, and many fun and memorable characters make for an engaging and challenging experience.

We challenge you to get all the Zoombinis to safety!

The game is available for $4.99. We here it’ll be coming to Kindle Fire soon.

We have a trailer below: