These are the Free Prime Member Games and New Amazon Lune Games for September

If you’re a Prime member and play PC games, head on over to Prime Gaming to claim this months batch of free games. Up for grabs is Knockout City, which is normally free-to-play until level 25 but claiming the game allows you to play all levels for free. Also available for free are Tools Up!, Sam and Max Hit the Road, Puzzle Agent, Candleman, Unmemory, and Secret Files 2. If you’re subscribed to the Luna+ channel through Amazon Luna cloud gaming, a few new games will be made available in September. Those games include Dice Legacy, Enter the Gungeon, and Olija. The games Hokko Life and Open Country, which were originally supposed to arrive last month, are now slated to arrive in September as well.

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RetroArch game emulator frontend is now officially available on Fire TV devices

RetroArch, the very popular front-end app for emulators, is now available in the Amazon Appstore for all Fire TV devices, including Firesticks, Fire TV Cubes, and Fire TV Smart TVs, as spotted by Liliputing and XDA. RetroArch is not an emulator on its own, but it allows you to install numerous game engines, called cores, that can then emulate consoles such as NES, SNES, PlayStation, GameCube, Wii, and much more. While there are many standalone emulators that can be sideloaded, the benefit of RetroArch is that it provides a unified interface for all emulators in order to simplify the process of setting up and using multiple emulators.

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Get 25 Classic SEGA games on Fire TV for $6.99 or less — Sonic, Streets of Rage, Golden Axe, and many more

As part of the ongoing Prime Day deals you can get the SEGA Classics game bundle for $6.99. This Fire TV app is officially published by Sega of America and includes 25 different games. It normally costs $14.99 so this sale saves you 53% off the regular price. While this bundle of games has been as low as $4.99 in the past, it hasn’t been on sale for over a year so it’s rare to catch it on sale. While you can pay $6.99 outright for the game bundle, you can save a bit more by first buying Amazon Coins at a discount and then using them to buy the game. The simplest option is to buy 1,000 Amazon Coins for $9.00, use 699 to buy the Sega bundle, and have 301 coins left for a future purchase. If you have Amazon No-Rush credit, that will automatically be used when buying this game as well. Read more ›

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Jackbox has put all of their Fire TV games on sale — Up to 50% off

All of the Jackbox games and party packs for Fire TV and Fire TV Stick devices have gone on sale. These are some of the best multiplayer party games available on the Fire TV. You don’t need any additional remotes or controllers to play these games with a group of people because the games let you use any smartphone as an input device. If you’ve never tried a Jackbox game before, your best bet is to start with the Jackbox Party Pack 1, which is 50% off at $12.49 and includes 5 of their best games. Read more ›

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These paid Fire TV games have gone Free or are On Sale

A few Fire TV games that normally cost money to buy are currently available for free and even more paid games have gone on sale. Whether you want a game to try on the new Fire TV that you got for Christmas or you’ve just got some downtime to fill before the new year rolls in, here is a list of Fire TV games that are currently discounted. If you have digital credit from selecting no-rush shipping, they will automatically be used when purchasing apps. Go here to check your no-rush credit balance and see when the credit expires. Read more ›

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PJ Masks Racing Heroes game for Fire TV is currently FREE — Normally $3.99


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The Fire TV game PJ Masks: Racing Heroes has just gone Free for a limited time. This game normally costs $3.99 so if you have young kids around, here’s your chance to give them a bit of racing fun at no cost. It’s compatible with all Fire TV models except the 1st-gen Fire TV and 1st-gen Fire TV Stick. It can be played using the regular Fire TV remote control so you do not need to have a gamepad to play, but it is compatible with game controllers as well if you have one. Since this is normally a paid game, it has no ads which is ideal for young kids. As a reminder, if you’re not currently near your Fire TV, you can click through the link above and “buy” the game for free through Amazon.com so that it is forever available from the cloud.

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Penguins on Ice is a great new free Fire TV game worth checking out

The new game Penguins on Ice has just been released for Amazon Fire TV devices and it’s a great free game for casual play. Inspired by the Turbo Tunnel level in the classic Battle Toads game for NES, you play as a penguin sliding down a course while avoiding obstacles and jumping over seals, gaps, and more. The game is easy to pick up and challenging to master, thanks to its gradual difficulty ramp up. If you’re looking for a casual game to fill those few minutes here and there when you have to pause what you’re watching while you wait for someone to refresh their drink or grab a snack, Penguins on Ice is worth a try. Read more ›

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Amazon rebrands Twitch Prime as Prime Gaming

Twitch Prime launched nearly 4 years ago and has been giving gamers with a Prime membership a regular stream of free games and in-game loot, as well as 1 free Twitch channel subscription for their favorite streamer, ever since. Amazon is now making the Prime perk a bit more of a 1st-party offering by rebranding it as Prime Gaming. This detaches it from Twitch, the live streaming platform, and better aligns it with Amazon’s core offerings, like Prime Video and Prime Music. Prime Gaming still offers Prime members the same benefits that Twitch Prime offered, but a rebranding is often a precursor to something bigger coming in the near future.

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App Deal: Cyboid game for Fire TV is Free for the first time

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The Fire TV game Cyboid has just gone free for the first time. This is a high-speed 3D first-person shooter game that is reminiscent of the old Quake games. The game normally costs $1.99, but the developer is experimenting with a new subscription model that unlocks all in-app purchasable extras in the game for a $0.99 monthly subscription, so they’re offering it for free to gauge the new option. Even if you don’t pay the subscription or buy any of the in-app items, there is plenty of fun to be had with what is included with the core game, which is what you’re getting for free during this sale. The sale is scheduled to end on April 5th. The game is also available on sale and for free for Fire tablets as a separate app.

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Game testers requested for Local Multiplayer capabilities on Fire TVs and Fire Tablets

The developer of the Fire TV game Cyboid is looking for people to help test the addition of local multiplayer to his game. This will allow 2 Fire TVs in the same home to play against each other with minimal lag. Fire tablets will also be supported, so a Fire TV user and a Fire tablet user could face off or multiple Fire tablet users could go at it. Please correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think there are any Fire TV games that support local multiplayer across multiple devices, so this should be interesting if it works well. Cyboid is a first-person shooter that reminds me of the classic Quake games. it’s playable with the Fire TV remote, so you don’t need to have multiple game controllers. If you have multiple Fire TVs, or a combination of Fire TVs and Fire Tablets, and are willing to try the new local multiplayer feature out, send an email to support@randrdigital.com and include the email address that you have associated with your Amazon account. That email address is required to give access to the beta version of the game through the Amazon Appstore. For your help, you’ll get the game and all of its in-app purchasable extras for free. I am in no way associated with this game. The developer is just a long time reader of the site, so I like to help him out here and there.

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Sega Classics 25 game bundle for Fire TV is on sale for $9.99 — First Sale Ever [Expired]

As part of Amazon’s Digital Day sale that is currently live, the Sega Classics bundle is on sale for $9.99. Of course, I included this deal in my Digital Day sale roundup post, but it’s definitely worth highlighting on its own. At 33% off the regular price of $14.99, this is the first time this game bundle has ever been on sale. For $9.99, you get 25 classic Sega games that are playable using either your Fire TV remote control turned sideways or a game controller.

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These Fire TV games are 50% off — The Escapist, Sigi, Final Fantasy, and Riptide GP

A few app developers have put their Fire TV games on sale for 50% off or more to attract the thousands of new device owners that just unwrapped a new Fire TV model. The Escapists: Prison Escape is on sale for $2.99, which is 50% off of its regular price of $5.99. This game is highly reviewed with a 4.3 out of 5 star rating from 165 reviewers. All of the Fire TV games from Square Enix, including the Final Fantasy games, are also currently 50% off. The jet ski racing game Riptide GP: Renegade is 67% off at just $0.99 and the side-scrolling platformer game Sigi – A Fart for Melusina is also on sale for $0.99, which is half off of its regular price. Lastly, those of you with kids might want to pick up some of the fairy tale apps that are currently 50% off at just $0.99 a piece.

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All Final Fantasy and Square Enix games for Amazon Fire TVs are on sale for 50% off

Square Enix has just put all of their Fire TV Games on sale at half price. Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI are all $7.99 right now. These games are normally $15.99. Also on sale are Adventures of Mana for $6.99 and Chrono Trigger for $4.99. These games are all compatible with every Fire TV model except the 1st generation Fire TV Stick. Most of the games are playable with the Fire TV remote control, but some do require a game controller. Check the “works with” line on the product listing to know which is which.

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Riptide GP: Renegade game for Fire TVs is on sale for $0.99

The Fire TV game Riptide GP: Renegade has just gone on sale for $0.99. This price is 67% off the regular price of $2.99 and is the lowest price that this game has ever been. The game is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models except the original 1st-generation Fire TV Stick. It’s playable through either the Fire TV remote control or a game controller.

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Sega releases 25 classic game bundle for $14.99 on Amazon Fire TV devices

Sega has just released a new SEGA Classics app for Amazon Fire TV devices that bundles together 25 classic Sega games for just $14.99. This collection of games is compatible with all Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube, and Fire TV Edition television models. While you’ll have a better experience using a game controller, all games are playable using the regular Fire TV remote. Read more ›

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Jackbox Party Pack 5 arrives on the Amazon Fire TV

The Jackbox Party Pack 5 has just been released to Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, Fire TV Cubes, and Fire TV Edition televisions. As the name suggestions, it’s the 5th installment in Jackbox’s collection of party games. It’s pricey at $29.99 but includes 5 different games that are sure to give you and your friends or family a few fun game nights. The games all use smartphones as their controllers, so there’s no need to invest in extra remotes or gamepads. The included games are You Don’t Know Jack (1-8 players), a trivia game, Split the Room (3-8 players), a what-if game where you create strange and divisive hypothetical situations, Mad Verse City (3-8 players), a lyric writing game, Patently Stupid (3-8 players), a drawing game where you create odd inventions to solve bizarre problems, and the deadliest game show, Zeeple Dome (1-6 players).

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The Escapists sandbox prison escape game is on sale for $1.99

The Escapists video game is on sale for $1.99. This is the first time this game, which normally costs $5.99, has ever been on sale. The Escapists is a popular sandbox game where you need to figure out how to escape from prison. It has a 4.3 star rating from over 160 reviewers. With multiple prisons, over 185 unique items, and multiple escape routes to figure out, the game should keep you interested for a while. It’s compatible with either a game controller or the Fire TV remote control. It’s available for all Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition television models except the 1st-generation Fire TV and 1st-generation Fire TV Stick.

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CHRONO TRIGGER game for Fire TVs is on sale for $6.99

CHRONO TRIGGER has just gone on sale for $6.99. That’s $3.00 off the regular price and is the first time the game has ever been on sale. This role-playing game was originally released on the SNES and is ranked among the best games of all time. This Fire TV port is an upgraded version that features updated controls, graphics, and sound. It also includes two additional playable dungeons that were not in the original release. CHRONO TRIGGER is compatible with all Fire TVs, Fire TV Cubes, and Fire TV Edition televisions, but is not compatible with Fire TV Sticks. You’ll need a game controller to play the game, as it’s not compatible with the Fire TV remote.

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App Deal: All Four Final Fantasy games down from $15.99 to $7.99

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All four of the Final Fantasy games available for Fire TV devices have just gone on sale. 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. All 4 games are compatible with all Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition television models except the 1st-gen Fire TV Stick.

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App Deal: Brick Breaker Ultimatum and Monster RPG 3 down from $1.99 to $0.99

A couple newer Fire TV games have just dropped down in price. The first is Brick Breaker Ultimatum which is version of the classic Arkanoid and Breakout games. It supports all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models and works with either a game controller or Fire TV remote. The second game is Monster RPG 3 which is a Japanese-style role-playing game with turn-based battles. It too supports all Fire TV models, but you will need a game controller to play it. Both of these games used to be $1.99 and are now reduced to $0.99.

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