New Fire TV apps of the week — April 22-28

This week there were 35 new apps and games released for the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition televisions. The popular kids show Shaun the Sheep has released a new kids game called Shaun the Sheep's Ice Cream Baa that builds time management and memory skills. Game developer Jurassic Apps has released several hunting games this week. Each paid game has a free version to try. An [adult swim] app has arrived this week for the night time side of Cartoon Network. Fans of classical music should check out takt1 and its over 1,600 videos of symphonies, operas, chamber music, and lieder. If you're throwing a party soon, take a look at PartyPal. It lets party guests share photos and videos in real-time on your Fire TV and also lets you play music. Continue on for the full list of new apps and games released in the last 7 days.

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3 comments
  1. Charlie says:

    Do a lot of people actually play games on fireTV? I do not and just wondered.

    • Occasionally.

      The breakeroids mashup of asteroids and breakout/brickbreaker is simple but fun. The endless pacman version that scrolled upwards was enjoyable for a while. I’ll also play some nes or snes emulation.

      I’m aware there’s better and worse available, but that’s all i’ve tried.

      Actually- I forgot, the jackbox party games are fun and support 1-4 players and sometimes 8 players. But they are pricey and sales are rare. it’s couch casual and everyone uses a phone or tablet for input not controllers.

    • Jon says:

      I play a couple games on my FTV and Shield, some of the Android games are pretty good. If you have a computer with a Nvidia GTX video card in it then you can also install Moonlight and play the same games you play with your computer on the FTV(Provided it has a wired network connection)

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