Contradiction is a very unique murder mystery game that just arrived on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. The game uses live-action video for the entirety of the game play, which involves interviewing characters and spotting their lies to solve a murder. It was funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign which resulted in a release on iOS, where it has earned a 4.5 star rating, and a release on Steam, where it has been 97% positive reviews from over 1,000 reviewers. It’s now making its Android debut on Fire TV devices. The game offers 8 hours of gameplay and you can try a free version before committing to buy the full version. It’s compatible with all Fire TV models except the 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick, but hopefully that is just a listing error and will be resolved. The game works with either a remote or game controller.
If you aren’t a user of Amazon’s Prime Photos, or if you just have photos stored on several services, you may be interested in the trio of Fire TV and Fire TV Stick apps that just went on sale. The apps pFolio for Google Photos, FlickFolio for Flickr, and ShutterFolio for Shutterfly have each gone on sale for $2.99. These apps allow you to view photos from each respective service on your Fire TV. It’s worth noting that these apps recently went up in price to $3.99, so this sale is really just bringing them back down to their former regular price. They have all been $0.99 for brief periods in the past, but it’s rare for them to go on sale. All apps are compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models.
Big Fish Games, the very popular mobile game publisher with hundreds of games under their belt, have put three of their Fire TV games on sale. Atlantis Sky Patrol and Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst are down from $1.99 to $0.99. Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder in the Rue Morgue Collector’s Edition is down from $2.99 to $0.99. The first two games are compatible with all Fire TV and Fire tV Stick models, while the Dark Tales game is only for 1st and 2nd-gen Fire TV boxes.
Prison Run and Gun has just gone on sale for $0.99. This is the first time this fairly new game has ever been on sale. This is a fast paced retro puzzle platformer. The game has 30 levels, unlockable weapons, and no in-app purchases to get in your way. It’s compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, but it does require a game controller to play, which is currently still on sale for a great price.
When it rains it pours because a bunch of top Amazon Fire TV games just went on sale this morning. I couldn’t find any reason as to why all of these games went on sale at the same time, but if you’ve been looking for something to play on your Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, here’s your chance to pick up some new high quality games at a discount. I personally recommend Machinarium, which is a fun tranquil puzzle game with beautifull art that hardly ever goes on sale. Remember, the Fire TV Game Controller is still on sale for $39.99 if you need one for the game you want to play.
With this unusually high number of app sales, I knew there had to be something going on and I just found it. Amazon is having a “Gather Around the Fire” promotion which includes these games.
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The game Cyboid has just gone on sale for $2.99. This is the new lowest price this game has ever been. It is one of the few first-person shooter games available on the Fire TV and the only one with original high-speed 3D gaming, reminiscent of classic shooter games like Quake. Cyboid also offers split screen local multiplayer gaming, and it has multiple game modes and difficulty levels. The game is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, and works with either a remote or game controller.
This guide will walk you through the steps of installing TWRP custom recovery and a pre-rooted ROM on the 1st generation Amazon Fire TV Stick. Read more ›
The long wait is finally over. Rbox has released his TWRP custom recovery and a per-rooted ROM for the 1st generation Amazon Fire TV Stick. This will allow those of you who rooted with KingRoot or Kingo Root can now install TWRP custom recovery and use it to update to the latest 18.104.22.168 software version without losing root. Read more ›
The game Ticket to Ride is currently available for free. This game was just added to the Fire TV appstore a couple weeks ago and normally sells for $6.99. This is the official electronic adaptation of the immensely popular board game of the same name. Ticket To Ride is touted as a game that takes a minute to learn, but a lifetime to master. The Fire TV version features solo play against up to 4 AI players, local multiplayer play with up to 4 people, and online multiplayer. The online multiplayer is cross-platform, which means there will always be plenty of Android, iOS, Mac, and PC players to play with. Ticket To Ride is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, and works with either a remote control or game controller.
A new software update, carrying version number 22.214.171.124 (build 565189420), just popped up on Amazon’s source code notice page. The update is currently listed under the 2nd-gen Fire TV and the 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick. There is a very good chance this update will include the new revamped user interface that is expected to arrive by the end of the year. Amazon said the new interface would come to 2nd-gen devices first, so it makes sense this new software version is currently only listed under 2nd-gen devices. Fire TV 1 and Fire TV Stick 1 devices will get the new interface later this year.
I haven’t heard of anyone getting this new update yet, so I don’t know if it’s already rolling out. Be sure to comment below if you receive this update and let us know what has changed.