To continue on with the celebration of Tegra Zone's first birthday, we have another Asus Transformer Pad (TF300) gaming package to giveaway. This package is exactly like the first week's package and this giveaway will pretty much be the same as the last one.
One of the bigger complains recently has been that Gameloft has not brought support to their games for the Asus Transformer Prime. Well it seems as though this could be changing as the recent content patch for Order & Chaos that happened today also seems to have brought compatibility to the quad-core tablet.
So after a few days of entries it is time to announce the winner for the first week of our Asus Transformer Pad gaming pack giveaways which we are doing. nVidia and Asus have teamed up and given us a few of these bad ass quad-core gaming packs to give away to our readers.
Recently acquired by GREE for $210 million dollars, game developers Funzio have brought their hit free-to-play crime game called Crime City over to the Amazon App Store. Crime City is basically why Funzio got acquired by GREE in the first place.
What? You thought nVidia were going to be the only ones having fun to celebrate their Tegra Zone's birthday by giving away free stuff? Well we are doing it as well! In fact we will be giving away one Asus Transformer Pad TF300 gaming package every week for the next 3 weeks starting with this week!
nVidia's Tegra Zone is having its first birthday and to celebrate nVidia is giving away seven Asus Transformer Pad packages over the next few weeks (starting this week). Let me start by saying that these Asus Transformer Pad packages are pretty bad-ass but, of course, you want to know how to enter to win right?
First it was Shadowrun Returns and Leisure Suit Larry HD, two classic games being remade for modern times and both of which are heading to Android. Now we have another game that has a new Kickstarter project and this time it is from the developers of the classic Space Quest adventure game.
Stereoscopic 3D is something you either love or hate. There really is no in-between with it. Most people find it pointless while others do enjoy it and occassionally a company will still produce and Android device with it such as the WikiPad. We have seen some good examples of stereoscopic 3D as well as horrible ones.
So on Thursday we decided to give away an Asus Transformer Prime along with a Keyboard Dock and a $25 AMEX gift card to celebrate the release of Dark Meadow: The Pact for Android Tegra 3 quad-core devices. Well I'm sure everyone is eager to find out if they have won.
You know we just love giving stuff away here at DroidGamers and once again we have teamed up with nVidia as well as Phosphor Games to give away some more goodies. This time it is for a Asus Transformer Prime Tegra 3 quad-core tablet, the dock for the tablet and a $25 Amex gift card to help stock your new tablet.
Every time we write about this game it seems as though it is only positive news about the game getting better and better. This particular instance is now exception to that rule either. When the game was originally announced on Kickstarter, the developers had mentioned that the music would be close to the original game's style.
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