A few weeks ago, NVIDIA announced their plans to release Half-Life 2: Episode One on the Shield Tablet. That day has finally come, and Shield Tablet owners can now download the game from Google Play for $7.99. In order to play the game, you must own both a NVIDIA Shield Tablet and a SHIELD controller.
For those who are unfamiliar, Half-Life 2: Episode One was originally released in 2006, and stands as the follow-up to the original Half-Life 2. Set in City 17, Gordon Freeman and Alyx Vance fight against the Combine in an attempt to evacuate the city. This is a 2006 release, but the game looks just as good as the original, and it’s always impressive to see a console game [...]
You no longer have to go fetch that dusty board game box from your shelf to have some fun. Thanks to the large screen size of Android tablets playing board games is just as fun and a lot more convenient.
We have put together some of the best Android board games available that will give you endless hours of fun.
#1- Suburbia for Android Tablets
Suburbia is a game that is only available on Android tablets. It’s a city-building board game where you must manage a growing metropolis. You’ll have to place such things as residential, commercial, civic, and industrial areas to win the game. You can play solo, against computer opponents, or against [...]
The partnership between The Creative Assembly and Sega has been on a roll for the past few years, as the two companies continue to push out some of the best strategy games around. The Total War series has long been a great blend of turn-based strategy and turn-based combat. After their first delve into the mobile world with Total War Battles: Shogun, the companies are back with a new game, Total War Battles: Kingdom.
Sega and The Creative Assembly have just announced their plans to bring Kingdom to Android tablets, but not without first making it available to beta testers. Unfortunately, Total War Battles: Kingdom will only be available in closed beta to Windows PC owners, [...]
The Google Play Edition of the LG G Pad 8.3 is now receiving the Android 5.0 LollipopOTA update. Your typical rollout schedule is in place, so it may be a few days before it lands on your G Pad, but you can celebrate that you are the first GPE device to receive the Lollipop update.
It appears the update runs a little over 400MB and requires that you have another one hundred MB of free internal storage beyond that to make the install.
The LG G Pad 8.3 spent a time as the only Google Play Edition tablet in the Google Play Store. Shortly after receiving the Android 4.4.4 KitKat update in June, the tablet was dumped in a mass cleaning along with a few other GPE [...]