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Mobile games are creative and convenient and especially work when you’re cuddled in your snuggie and don’t want to move. But maybe one of the most annoying things about a lot of mobile games is their in-app purchases.
Tony Hawk broke the news about the new Tony Hawk pro-skater game just last week. It didn't take long for people to start rummaging through the list of potential possibilities for the new extreme sports title, but the one thing you probably didn't bet on was that it would be a mobile title.
If you're a tablet gamer and you're still not accustomed to or like the touchscreen gaming controls found in a lot of games, there's a new solution for you from Steel Series called the Free TouchScreen gaming Controls, which attach to your tablet device and enable you to play games just like using console-style controls.
The whole town is wrapped in a foul toxic fog and you, as Professor Pym, are the only one who can save the day…Why are you still reading this? Didn’t I make the urgency of the situation clear? Grab your iOS or Android device, go to its respective store, and download Professor Pym and the Secret of Steam for free. After that, you can get to saving those lives with the power of, um, your mighty jumps?
Who you gonna call? If you’re looking for some spooky fun wrapped in a mysterious adventure game for the Nook, the answer is Detective Heather Mills. Her popular hidden object game, Paranormal Agency, is finally haunting the Nook Color and Nook Tablet for $4.99.
Razer drops information on their new hardcore gaming tablet. Microsoft's Xbox 720 is a no show at CES and Sony says they won't be revealing a PS4 at E3 2012. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.