In late celebration of the announcement of Dead Trigger 2 earlier in January, Madfinger Games is offering discounted pricing on Samurai Vengeance 2 and Shadowgun. For a limited time you can get the games for $1 or $2, respectively.
You don’t see very often Android gamers getting excited over beta releases, but when Madfinger’s s Shadowgun spin-off, DeadZone, hit public beta, everyone wanted a piece of it.
Shadowgun: Deadzone is now available in the Play Store as a public beta, open for any device powered by a Tegra 3 chip. The much awaited multiplayer third-person shooter is a spin-off of Shadowgun (which was single player only) rather than a sequel, as the title might let you believe.
Madfinger Games first gave a demo for Deadzone at CES 2012. It’s a free-to-play online shooter that, when it is eventually released, could bring a whole new demographic of gamers to Madfinger Games. With a solid catalog that includes Dead Trigger and Shadowgun, Deadzone could be a great release.
Samsung has decided to promote their brand a little bit by offering a few fantastic games free of charge in their own Samsung App Store. However, in order to get them, you must have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and live in certain regions.
Developer Madfinger Games is known for bringing out some of the best action games with console-like quality on the Android platform. If you’ve been holding out to get Shadowgun and Samurai II: Vengeance, the time has never been more right to click those buy buttons in the Google Play Store. Right now, there’s a promotion going on for games released by Madfinger. The top two offerings, of course, are the aforementioned titles. Both games are now available at a tempting price of $1 each. Aside from the regular version, the Tegra 3 version of Shadowgun and Samurai II: Vengeance is also…