Qubum is a casual puzzle game that has just gone free. This game was released about a year ago but this is the first time it has ever been made available for free. The game has 3 modes which all involve stacking and sorting crates dropped by drones. It’s available for all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models and works with both a remote or game controller.
Several classic arcade games have gone on sale for $1.49. The games are Galax, Galax Zero, Radiant Galaga, Meteorite Smash Classic, Meteorite Smash, and Jumping Jack. The developer of these games tells me they’ll be going back to their regular price of $1.99 in a couple days. All games are compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, and they all work with either a game controller or the Fire TV remote.
AirPlay/DLNA Receiver PRO has just gone on sale for $1.99. This is the new lowest price this app has ever been. It has gone on sale for $3.99 a few times in the past, but has never before dropped to $1.99. I’m pretty sure this is the best selling AirPlay receiver app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. It allows you to send video and mirror the screen from an iPhone, iPad, or Mac to the Fire TV. This app has been around since 2014 and has been receiving constant updates to keep it compatible with the latest versions of iOS, which is the most important thing to look for in an AirPlay Receiver app. It’s compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models.
Quick Colors is a game that has just gone free for the first time. This is a casual game that tests your reaction speed. You control the color of a central point using the up, down, left, and right directional buttons and must match the color of attacking orbs to avoid damage. There is also a memory mode, which is similar to the classic Simon game, where you need to remember a color series that continuously grows. Quick Color is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models. It works with either the remote or game controller.
MouseBot is a brand new game that was just released on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. This is the latest game from Vector Unit, creators of extremely popular games like Riptide GP and Beach Buggy Racing. In MouseBot, you steer a four-wheeled robotic mouse through mazes full of traps and obstacles as you collect cheese to upgrade your mouse with new accessories. The game features 60 challenging levels to play. It’s compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, and can be played with either a remote or game controller.
Poker Party is a Texas Hold’em poker game that has just gone free. This is only the second time this game has been free since its release late last year. The game features both offline single-player and online multi-player poker table games. There is an optional coach in the game to help teach you the ins and outs of Texas Hold’em poker. Poker Party is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, and works with either a remote control or game controller.
Brotherhood of Violence is a street fighting game that just went on sale for $1.49. This is the first time this game has ever been on sale. The game includes over 30 different environments and over 400 visually unique opponents to fight. There are 12 different fighters to select and a character editor to customize your fighter. Brotherhood of Violence is compatible with the 1st and 2nd-gen Fire TV, as well as the 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick. You will need a game controller to play.
The game No Gravity has just gone on sale for $1.49. Apart from an Amazon promotion that included this game for free for a few days, this is the first time this game has ever dropped below its regular price of $3.00. No Gravity is a spaceship fighter game that was originally release on the PlayStation PSP. It has 31 levels and 5 different ships to master. It’s compatible with the 1st and 2nd-gen Fire TV and requires a game controller to play.
The game Cyboid has just gone on sale for $1.99. This matches the lowest price the game has 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’s developer tells me this sale is to celebrate the game’s arrival in the Google Play Store for Android TV devices. The game has also been updated with a new level. It’s compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, and works with either a remote or game controller.
The Mezzmo app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick has just gone on sale for $1.49. This is app was released nearly a year ago, but this is the first time it has ever dropped below its regular price of $4.80. Mezzmo is a media player app that is often forgot next to giants like Kodi and Plex. It can stream files from any DLNA / UPnP media server, so if you already have a Plex server running, you can be up and running with Mezzmo in seconds. Of course, Mezzmo does make their own server software aswell.
If you’re curious about giving Mezzmo a try, they have a free trial app you can check out before committing to buy the full version. The free version is full featured and identical to the paid app, but expires after 15 days of use. Unlike Plex, which relies on a monthly subscription model to access all features, Mezzmo just sells their software for a one-time fee with nothing else to pay later. Mezzmo is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV stick models.