You're no longer a Fortnite noob and you've gotten to the point where you're using companion apps to search for treasure chests or to randomly determine drop locations, but you're ready to take the use of apps to the next level. Fortunately, a handful of great apps can break down the data for you in detail and also help you show the world your Fortnite prowess.How do companion apps work?
Companion apps you find on the app store don't actually... Read More »
So, you've gotten into the swing of Fortnite and have learned the ropes. You can play for more than a few minutes and not die immediately anymore. You're starting to put together some impressive performances, but you'd like to know more about the game, such as the exact location of vending machines, treasure chests, or ammunition boxes. Or maybe you just want to have a better idea of where to spend your V-Bucks or which dance emote will give... Read More »
You've installed Fortnite Mobile from Epic Games, played a few dozen Battle Royale games, and you've managed to get yourself to the point where you aren't getting smoked within the first minute of gameplay. The controls are approaching second-nature, you've got some kills under your belt and you're starting to do more building rather than just running and gunning; in short, you've learned the ropes. But how do you take your game up a notch to get up in the... Read More »
Have you ever wanted to live the dream of the Hunger Games while not actually wanting to put your one and only life on this planet on the line? Well you are in luck, there's an amazing game out there that's sweeping the world, and it does just that!
While you may have read about Fortnite online or seen discussions about it in social media, it's likely you've heard those around you discussing Fortnite at work by the water cooler, or... Read More »
Since Fortnite arrived on iOS, its launch on Android has been one of the most anticipated app events of 2018. Rumor, speculation, and fake copies of Fortnite have run rampant all summer. But today, Fornite Mobile for Android officially launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which arrives in stores on August 24.
"For the next few days, owners of Galaxy devices... Read More »
In an effort to reinvigorate the app, Pokemon Go developer Niantic wants to add a player vs. player feature to the app by the end of the year. It might seem strange to some Pokemon die-hards for the app to not include a feature that was such a staple to the show.
The ability to trade, another integral part of the original Pokemon, was only added two months ago.
Pokemon Go was all the rage after it's launch... Read More »
Tesla owners are in for a neat little treat with the latest software update for their card. Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter that a handful of Atari games would be included as Easter eggs in the Tesla V9.0 release coming next month.
Twitter users flooded Musk's post with recommendations, including Missile command, Pole Position, and Tempest. Teslas come equipped with a large screen -- landscape within the Model 3 and portrait style in the Model S and... Read More »
Android users finally get a crack at guiding llama herders down sand dunes, as the Android edition of Alto's Odyssey ships today in the Google Play Store.
Alto's Odyssey picks up where the popular Alto's Adventure left off, sending Alto and the other llama herders on new adventures in the desert.
With the sequel, the game setting moves from mountain slopes to a vast desert, where characters slide over sand dunes, across ropes, and past strange ruins. Changing... Read More »
It's easy to get down about our current polarized political environment. But Star Trek actor and activist George Takei's new parody app, House of Cats, reminds us that there's still plenty of mirth to be found amidst the mudslinging.
"We live in a time where many of us are outraged by what is happening and embarrassed by the state of our leadership in the White House," Takei said. "House of Cats is an attempt to add some levity to current affairs."
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Following the game's launch two summers ago, Niantic seemed, at times, overwhelmed by the success of Pokemon Go and was slow to react to the needs of its large and often frustrated player community. The game's first year was especially marked by frustrating glitches that made tracking and capturing Pokemon, at times, overly challenging and even allowed cheaters to capture rare monsters and grab distant gyms.
But Niantic has -- slowly -- addressed player concerns and on the game's... Read More »