[Deal of the week] Tales of the Borderlands Episode 1 free on Google Play!

Just in case you are looking for the mobile game deal of the week, look no more, Tales of the Borderlands is here and it’s free!!! This adventure coming from Telltale Games has been around on the Google Play store for a while, but it made you take out $5 from your virtual wallet for the first episode.       Now, you can get the first episode for free! It’s all a ploy to get you to like the series in order to buy the rest of the episodes, but it’s OK, we understand.   Tales of the Borderlands is just like any other Telltale Games title because it lets you choose your own story with little action moments blended around. This game is based on the Borderlands 2 adventure which reached every console in 2012. In the mobile game, you will control the actions of Rhys, a Hyperion “Suit” with dreams of greatness, and Fiona, a Pandoran con artist, on the unforgiving lands of the alien planet Pandora.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5POc-Ia804   Apart from the free first episode, you also have another deal: you can get the season pass for the next four episodes at 20% off for $15. Episode 5 named The Vault of the Traveler is not available yet, but it will be officially announced tomorrow. Give the first episode a look below:  

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 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.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=50&v=HAnRtMEDrvU     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

[Deal of the week] Game of Thrones the mobile version on discount in the Play Store!

If Game of Thrones is your cup of sugar and you want to own every piece of the fantasy you can get – but if you also love deals – this could be the day for you, my friend!  TellTale Games is selling the mobile game for $0.60 in the US and other countries are seeing a discount as well.       The game meant for mobile devices is a mirror of the PC one released earlier this year and it works with episodes that come out it batches. The first episode is now available on the Google Play Store for just $0.60, a discount from the usual $5.   In TellTale Games’ Game of Thrones you become a member of the Forrester family, one of the smaller dynasties of Westeros, and you must navigate through the ripples of everything taking place with the stronger, more preeminent houses of the realm. Find yourself in the middle of a fight for survival, meet Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons, try to survive at the Wall with the Night’s Watch while making Jon Snow your friend or attempt to save your name, family and status from the Boltons and their ruthless occupation of the North.   You Americans are not the only ones who will profit from this discount as it can be seen on a discounted price in Australia ($0.20) and Russia (0.10 RUR), among others. There will definitely be a discount for the first Game of Thrones episode for mobile devices this week, so hurry […]

Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones episode 2 live on Google Playstore on Thursday

Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones episode 2 will be live on Google Play Store on Thursday. The first trailers for the fifth season of GoT have already been released and HBO subscriptions are renewed yet again. While everyone is eagerly waiting for April 12th, some are more anxious to learn the secrets of the second episode of the companion game. Episode two entitled The Lost Lords will be available starting Thursday and it continues the adventures of some of the characters you have seen in the first chapter, to put it lightly without spoiling any ending. You can expect the usual dialogue trees and forked puzzles that Telltale has accustomed its clients with and you will be hearing the voices of Game of Thrones actors you’ve come to love, such as Kit Harrington.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3TrYe9UamE   This episode will be available as an in-app purchase for the already existing game and it will cost $5. In case you want to be assured you will be getting all six episodes on a bargain you can pay $20. Then all you will have to do is wait for the actual episodes to come out (waiting on GRR Martin’s new book anyone?). [googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.telltalegames.gameofthrones100″]  

Minecraft gets story mode for consoles, computers and mobile devices in 2015

Minecraft’s story mode is just around the corner and it reaches the Android world in 2015. Mojang and Telltale Games have teamed up to give the ultimate cubic sandbox the story it never had.   Telltale games is known for creating stories that people love, which means there’s a big chance the same will happen with Minecraft’s Story Mode. The story mode will be based on the Minecraft way of life but it will be a different title. The game will be episodic and it will have an original story with new characters created especially for the new adventure.   The Minecraft story mode will be will be available for PCs, consoles, laptops and mobile devices sometime next year.   Source: Mojang