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Monument Valley by Ustwo is one of the most popular Indie games to hit mobile app hubs in recent memory. And quite aptly, the game has now received the “Grand Prix” prize for the best mobile game of 2014 at the 11th annual International Mobile Gaming Awards. It’s no surprise that Monument Valley took home the honors amidst 1,000 other applicants. I’ve personally been a fan of the game and so have millions of others casual mobile gamers. There has been some criticism about the game for its lack of enough levels,...

NetherRealm Studios is bringing the much awaited Mortal Kombat X game to consoles and PCs next month. The developers have now announced that the game will also make its way to the Google Play Store in April. The contents of this mobile version of the game are unknown at this point, but we’re guessing it will have similar gameplay as Injustice: Gods Among Us, which comes from the same developers. The developers promise that all of the classic Mortal Kombat elements will be present in the mobile version of the game, so mobile users...

Good news awaits customers of NVIDIA’s Shield devices as the company has now announced that the number of available titles on the GRID service has touched 40. Initially, only 20 games were made available for streaming, so it has certainly come a long way. GRID can be downloaded directly from your Shield device through the Shield Hub application or from the Play Store. The service is being offered for free until June 30 2015, with the promise of new games being added every week. Available titles include, Batman: Arkham City, Borderlands...

Popular indie game, Limbo which was originally launched in 2010 has now made its way to Android through the Google Play Store. The game has won a lot of hearts over the course of the year and has been available on iOS for quite some time now. Given the popularity of the game, Limbo will set you back by $4.99, so it’s certainly not going easy on your wallets. But this is one of those titles which will get you hooked instantaneously, so it might not be a bad investment. Besides, it’s always good to help out independent developers. You...

According to an EA executive, graphics performance on tablets might soon surpass gaming consoles, keeping the current trend in mind. This makes sense given that gaming consoles are refreshed once in 4-5 years, while tablets are upgraded every year. The likes of Apple, Samsung and Google are pushing newer hardware with every iteration of their tablet, so we might be able to see console level graphics on tablets very soon. Blake Jorgensen, who is the CFO of Electronic Arts, made this prediction. He claims that these devices will support games...

The second iteration of the popular Game of Thrones title is now available for download. Titled The Lost Lords, the gameplay picks up where Episode 1 left off and is sure to get fans hooked. Instead of being available as a standalone application, this is more of an add-on to the first episode wherein players will have to make an in-app purchase of $4.99 to get access to this new episode. This avoids the pain of having multiple titles and ensures that you’re playing one game. If you haven’t downloaded and played the first episode...

The Humble Mobile Bundle 10 pack has just gone live, bringing six games along with it. The six games have been split into two, letting users pick whichever game they want. Humble Bundle promises to add more games over time, so you will have access to more than just six games in the coming weeks. The current average price of $3.74 will fetch you Doodle Kingdom, LYNE, and Buddy & Me. However, if you decide to get a little generous and pay more than the mentioned average price, you can also get Sorcery! 2, King of Dragon Pass and OTTTD...

Fans of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) can now find the WWE Immortals app on the Google Play Store as a free to play single/multiplayer game. This isn’t your conventional one on one wrestling game though as all of the WWE characters are given superhero avatars here. The game follows the freemium model which means that it’s free to download but you might be lured into spending money through in-app purchases for progression through the game. You can also compete with other players online and build your character with more...