Tag Archive: Play


Part Time UFO is an overlooked Google Play gem that’s just $2!

This week’s game of the week post is more like the gaming deal of the week. You should recognize HAL Laboratory, Inc. as the studio behind everyone’s favorite round and pink vacuum, Kirby, but they’ve also started dipping their toes into developing mobile games. Their first release is Part Time UFO, a premium crane simulator/puzzle game that has you playing as a little UFO who’s looking for work on earth by using a claw to help humans out  [Read More…]

Destiny 2: New Light — The whole new way to play Destiny 2

Aimed at new players, New Light is set to become the easiest way into the Destiny mythos.

Now that Bungie is no longer beholden to Activision, they have been looking at new ways to bring people into the Destiny fold, as well as entice back some of those who have left for other games. Along with a huge new expansion called Shadowkeep that promises to fundamentally change how Destiny 2 plays, Bungie also announced New Light, an  [Read More…]

Score big discounts on the PS4 Pro and PlayStation hits during Days of Play

Last summer’s Days of Play sale ended up being one of the best times of the year for PlayStation discounts, and this year’s sale is shaping up to be just as worthwhile for gamers and aspiring PlayStation owners. Sony just announced all the deals you can look forward to beginning tomorrow, June 7, and they’re nothing to sneeze at. There’s even a new limited edition PlayStation 4 console to grab that will only be available for a short time. The  [Read More…]

You don’t need PlayStation Plus to play Dauntless

Best answer: No, you do not need a PlayStation Plus subscription to play Dauntless on PS4. It is a free-to-play game with free cross-play and online play.

Monster Hunter-lite: Dauntless (Free at PlayStation) PS Plus exclusive: Dauntless Model P Weapon Pack (Free at PlayStation) Try it out: PlayStation Plus Membership (From $ 10 at Amazon) Does not having a PS Plus membership affect its cross-play support?

No. As long as you have a PlayStation Network account and  [Read More…]

Comparing the UMIDIGI F1 Play to the Redmi Note 7

While top-tier smartphones and flagships get most of the fanfare and attention in the mobile space, there’s plenty to be said about those on the “low end”. Why? Because even those which cost just $ 200 can be quite the experience. Often, these entry level devices are enough to satisfy the average user’s needs.

Let’s take a look at two recently introduced models which run about $ 200 and see how they stack up to one another. In this example  [Read More…]

Google Play Store redesign rolling out with bottom navigation bar

The new design is showing up for users with version 15.1.24.

What you need to know The new Material Theme version of the Play Store has started rolling out to users. It is available with the latest version of the app which can be downloaded from APKMirror. Google Music has been removed from the navigation bar but can still be found in the pull-out menu.

The new Material Theme Play Store redesign is now rolling out with  [Read More…]

You can now ask Alexa to play your favorite Netflix shows on Fire TV Stick

Alexa can now search Netflix’s entire content library.

What you need to know Alexa can now search through Netflix’s catalog on Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Stick 4K. You can also use voice search to play your favorite TV shows and movies on Netflix. It’s now rolling out to users in India.

Amazon is rolling out new functionality to the Fire TV Stick and the Fire TV Stick 4K that lets you search for your favorite  [Read More…]

How to play safe in VR

Best Answer: Yes, the Oculus Quest is designed to keep yourself oriented in a designated playspace if the Oculus Insight tracking system is set up properly. You should also follow VR best safety practices.

Untethered VR experience: Oculus Quest (From $ 399 on Amazon) PC VR experience: Oculus Rift S ($ 399 on Amazon) Safety in VR

Safety in VR has been a big concern from day one. While you are immersed in VR, it is often  [Read More…]

Google’s new Play features for devs will benefit you, too

Google’s highly anticipated event, Google I/O, never fails to make waves every year with the company’s many announcements, debuts, and updates. This year, Google I/O 2019 revealed reworks for the Google Play Store, with plenty of new tools and improvements added based on developer feedback to help them sell, market, and update their apps more seamlessly.

First introduced last year, the Android App Bundle has some awesome new features finally leaving beta. According to a Google blog post,  [Read More…]

Sony unveils new limited edition Days of Play PS4 Slim

Steel grey is the new black.

Remember Sony’s Days of Play from last year when the company released a limited edition blue PS4 Slim console? Well Days of Play is returning this year in June, and players will soon get the chance to purchase another limited edition PS4 Slim.

You can see the design in the trailer above, and quite honestly it’s about as plain as it gets. Instead of the usual black color, it’s just been changed  [Read More…]