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Minecraft: Story Mode goes live in mid-October!

Minecraft: Story Mode will go live in episodes, as Telltale Games has already accustomed us with its previous hits The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. The news of a mashup between Mojang and TellTale in the production of a story-driven game made every fan of the game giggle and hype. Now we know exactly when the game goes live and who can play it first.

 

Minecraft story mode

 

Minecraft: Story Mode will be broken up in episodes and the first of one of the bunch will be The order of the Stone. It will launch on October 13th and it will be followed by four other episodes at first. The game will also be available for Android devices, just like other TellTale Games properties. It appears that Mojang really hit the jackpot with this game, even if most mainstream gaming medias are poking fun at it.

 

Details regarding the Minecraft: Story Mode game

 

When you start the game you can choose to be a male or female named Jesse and you start an adventurous journey that goes through all of the important and knowable Minecraft worlds like the Nether, the Overworld, the End and more. As usual, something went wrong in the universe and you have to save everything before it’s too late.

 

 

 

We are more than ready for a new adventure where our decisions matte and our choices have meaning. Bring it on, Minecraft Story mode!

 

Source: Androdicommunity

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Lara Croft GO and her adventures reach the Google Play Store

Lara Croft GO has finally reached Android! Square Enix kept to their word and released the mobile game on Android devices. It is a Hitman GO genre-specific followup which puts a Tomb Raider twist on things to make everything more interesting.

 

Lara Croft GO

 

This new title makes turn-based games more about exploration and less about precision. You will have to follow predefined paths to reach your goals. Since it is a turn-based game, you get your turn and then the enemies get a go too. You have no limit on movements and you will have to solve lots and lots of puzzles to move on. In order to get to the best plan of attack you will have to explore tenebrous depths, climb walls and toggle switches.

 

Lara Croft GO gets nice graphics with smooth animations and the backgrounds look very lively. The game itself costs $4.99 and there is a single in-app purchase possibility for a hint unlocker for $4.99, but why would you want to spoil yourself with that? Give it a look below:

Lara Croft GO
Lara Croft GO
Developer: SQUARE ENIX Ltd
Price: $0.99+
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[Game of the Week] Gabriel Knight: Sins of Fathers – remastered adventure puzzle game on the Google Play Store

Gabriel Knight: Sins of Fathers is another classic adventure game released on the Google Play Store. If you are a fan of point-and-click games, you will love this one. This game is a 1993 Sierra adventure remastered that you can now try on your mobile device.

 

Sins of Fathers

 

 

You become a book store owner stuck with investigating a whole series of murders going down in New Orleans. The entire graphics have been remastered to 2D and 3D and all the characters have voices of their own (Mark Hamill, Tim Curry and Leah Remini voice act some of the chars). The game looks great compared to its former self, aesthetically speaking.

 

The game play includes puzzles and some interesting history for fans of Stephen King’s work. Gabriel Knight: Sins of Fathers is free on the Google Play store, but it does present some in-app purchase options too. The second, third and fourth chapters can be tried by paying extra, starting from $2.99 to $3.99 with a total cost of $11. The PC game costs around $20, which makes is somewhat of a deal, especially considering the remastered aspect of it all.

 

The game is compatible with all Android 4.0+ devices and it also includes support for Android TV. The entire game requires 1.34GB of free storage.