The games R-TYPE and R-TYPE II are back on sale for $0.99 each. These prices match the lowest these games have ever been. These are classic side-scrolling space shooter games from the 80s that have been brought to the Fire TV. The games are compatible with all Fire TV models except the 1st generation Fire TV Stick. R-TYPE can be played with a remote control, but the sequel requires a game controller.
Cannon Ballers, a defense game, has just gone Free. The last time this game was free was over 2 years ago. It’s inspired by arcade classics like Missile Defender with projectile juggling thrown into the mix. It’s compatible with all Amazon Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions, but requires a game controller to play.
The game Who Wants to be a Millionaire? has just gone free for the first time. This game is normally $3.99. The app description claims it’s the “official game” for the popular trivia television game show of the same name. There are over 2,000 questions available in the game to test your knowledge. It’s available for all Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition television models and works with either a remote control or game controller.
Breakeroids has just gone free for the first time. This game was released 3 years ago but has never dropped below its former price of $0.99. If you’re familiar with classic arcade games, Breakeroids is a combination of Brick Breaker and Asteroids, where you defend your planet from aliens and asteroids by reflecting projectiles with a paddle. It’s compatible with all Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions. You can play the game with either a game controller or a remote.
Machinarium, an award-winning puzzle-adventure game, has just gone on sale for $1.99. This game ever only goes on sale once a year, right around Christmas, so here’s your rare chance to get it at a discount. Machinarium is easily one of my favorite games on Fire TV devices. It’s an elegant blend of storytelling, puzzles, and art. You control a robot as you navigate the world as you solve puzzles to uncover your true purpose. The game is compatible with all Fire TV models except the Fire TV 3. It can be played with either a game controller or the Fire TV remote.
Square Enix has put all of their Fire TV games on sale at 50% off. They’ve done it the past two years right around this time and this year is no exception. FINAL FANTASY III, FINAL FANTASY IV, FINAL FANTASY V, and FINAL FANTASY VI are all down from their regular price of $15.99 to $7.99. That matches the lowest price these games have ever been. Their other game, Adventures of Mana, is also 50% off at $6.99. All games support both the Fire TV remote and game controllers. The Final Fantasy games are compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models except the 1st-gen Fire TV Stick, while Adventures of Mana is only compatible with the 1st and 2nd Gen Fire TV boxes.
Riptide GP: Renegade is celebrating the game’s 1 year anniversary with a sale. The game is currently $0.99 and so is its predecessor, Riptide GP2. While Riptide GP2 has been free in the [ast, this is the lowest price that Riptide GP: Renegade has ever been. The game is compatible with all Fire TV device models except the 1st generation Fire TV Stick. It works with either a game controller or remote.
The game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has just dropped down to half price at $4.99. The lowest this game has ever been was when it was $2.29 for a day in July but it does not go on sale often. This game was originally released on the Xbox and has since been ported over to the Fire TV and other Android devices. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is compatible with all Fire TV models, as well as the 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Edition televisions. You will need a game controller to play the game, since it’s not compatible with the Fire TV remote.
A new software update is starting to roll out to nearly all Fire TV models. The new update is marked as version 22.214.171.124 with a build value of 587600920. While Amazon has not yet edited their Fire TV Software Update page to include this latest update, they have added the new update to their Fire TV Source Code Notice page. That page indicates that this update is rolling out to the Fire TV 1, Fire TV 2, Fire TV Stick 1, Fire TV Stick 2, and Fire TV Edition televisions. The page has never been updated to include the Fire TV 3, so it’s unknown if those devices are also being updated. Read more ›
The Amazon Fire TV Stick is on sale for $34.99. it’s not much of a discount, especially considering it was just available a few weeks ago for $24.99, but if you missed out on that sale or didn’t order enough, here’s your chance to save just a little bit. Also on sale is the Fire TV Stick + Echo Dot bundle for $59.99. Since the Echo Dot is on sale for $29.99 right now, buying the two items together will save you an extra $5.