Every time a new free-to-play game clamors for coin, gamers bemoan the lack of more traditional mobile fare — quality premium titles packed with compelling content at a fair fixed price. That's exactly Tales From Deep Space. You just have to own a Kindle Fire to enjoy it.
The Skylanders Cloud Patrol game is coming soon to the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD with exciting new functionality that will forever change the nonchalant manner we hand our tablet devices off to our bored children. Exclusive to the Kindle Fire version: in-app physical toy purchases.
This is Amazon GameCircle, a new service that Amazon hopes will help it compete with Apple's Game Center.
I original planed on topping off today's Gaming App of the Day with "Revolutionary Game Features Unicorns Pooping Explosive Rainbows", but I didn't want to oversell Angry Mob Games' Muffin Knight.
If the person you are buying a gift for already has a Kindle Fire, they really don't need a gift from you. They've got the hot new thing this Christmas. Or maybe the richer person in your family has vowed to get them the Fire, so you're just going to be the person getting them the inferior gift. What to do...
Don't ask me how well it controls or even if it's worth the time to put these games onto your Kindle Fire. But I will say it's friggin awesome. Take Mario Kart 64 on the subway?
When you think back to old-school arcade games, the hazy mist of nostalgia and the technical limitations of the day tend to obscure the fact that you were laying waste to hordes of enemies. There's a lot of retro homage in Burn and Turn and you are clearly doling out fiery death to fools but the hybrid release has a…
Amazon's new $200 Kindle, the Kindle Fire, isn't just a book-reader that happens to run Scrabble and Sudoku. It runs lots of Android-compatible games: the usual suspects like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja, but also... the $7, high-end sci-fi horror game Dead Space.