Reliance Jio launched Reliance Jio Prime membership at a one-time payment of Rs. 99 for a year back in March last year, which was supposed to end tomorrow, 31st March 2018. Today the company has officially announced that all Jio Prime members who have subscribed to the exclusive membership benefits till 31st March 2018 will get another year of complimentary Prime benefits at no additional fee, which it calls a limited period offer. It also said that it deeply values its loyal Prime members and will continue to deliver additional benefits and superior value to these founding members. Jio also said that it is gearing up to bring new and superior experiences with the Prime program and will ensure that Prime members get substantially better benefits than the counterparts in the industry. For new Jio users, the Jio Prime Membership continues to be available at an annual membership fees of Rs. 99. How can existing prime members claim the free one year complimentary (Joining date on or before 31st March, 2018) Download MyJio Express your interest to get complimentary membership for next 12 months (Should go live tomorrow) Enjoy Jio Prime benefits (This is a limited period offer)NEW JIO PRIME MEMBERS (Joining date on or after … Fone Arena
Gigantic's long and troubled development cycle is finally over. The colorful, hero-based MOBA will be shut down on July 31st, developer Motiga announced in a blog post yesterday. Ultimately, the game "did not resonate" with as many players as the stu… Engadget RSS Feed
Want to see how well Tom Clancy's fictional world of spies, soldiers and terrorists translates to streaming services? You now have a date to mark on your calendar, although it'll be a while. Amazon has announced that Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan will premi… Engadget RSS Feed
After rumors circulated for years that it would be coming to mobile, this past November Greenheart Games’ fantastic simulation Game Dev Tycoon [$ 4.99] really did arrive on the App Store. In it you’ll open up a game development business and create all sorts of games in the hopes of bringing happiness to your customers and maybe even turning a profit while you’re at it. Game Dev Tycoon was heavily inspired by Kairosoft’s all-time classic Game Dev Story, but offered up a different enough spin on the formula that it was a welcome arrival on iOS. We loved it in our 5 star review and also made sure to include it on our list of the Top 100 Games of 2017. Now our Android friends will be able to get in on the fun as well when Game Dev Tycoon launches on Android on January 31st.
Back when Game Dev Tycoon was just a desktop game you may remember it making headlines due to its extremely novel and amusing take on anti-piracy protection. Basically Greenheart released a special cracked version of their own game and uploaded to pirating sites themselves. This version was essentially unwinnable, as at some point during your game dev career your games would be pirated so much you’d start hemorrhaging money and eventually go bankrupt. Being that Android is a much easier platform to pirate games on than iOS, I’m curious if Greenheart has anything sneaky up their sleeves in preparation for the Android launch. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see, but remember kids, pay for those games! And of course check out Game Dev Tycoon when it hits Android on the 31st.
Back in August I had my mind blown–literally blown!–when I laid my eyes on the animated .gif splendor of Unicycle Hero from developer Unept, creator of one of my favorite mobile games Level With Me [Free], among others. The idea in Unicycle Hero is that you’re competing in traditional track and field events like javelin and shot put, and some not-so-traditional events like competitive table flipping and hitting a giant 8-ball with a giant pool cue, but you’re doing these things while traveling on a unicycle. I mean… do I really need to go on? This is obviously the future of competitive sports. Maybe the trailer for Unicycle Hero will get you as excited as I am.
Obviously trying to balance yourself on a unicycle while performing these amazing athletic feats only adds to the difficulty and challenge, meaning this is the exact type of event to weed out all those regular humans and see who is truly ready for our unicycle-bound future where our legs are replaced by unicycles. You can help out your cause by buffing up some stats from money you earn in events, with both a Career mode and Practice mode to help you hone your unicycling skills. It looks terribly silly and right up my alley, and today Unept announced on Twitter that Unicycle Hero will be gracing us with its presence on iOS on January 31st, 2018. So start mentally training right now if you want to be ready to compete in what will no doubt be a future Game of the Year contender.
Remember when Dave Chappelle announced he would be releasing a Netflix special on December 31st? Well, it now turns out there'll be two. Variety reports that along with the previously announced Dave Chappelle: Equanimity, the comedian will release a… Engadget RSS Feed
While there's little doubt that BlackBerry's in-house mobile platforms are finished (the last BB10 device shipped over 2 years ago), it's now giving holdouts some not-so-subtle hints that it's time to move on. The company has announced that it's shut… Engadget RSS Feed
Dave Chappelle's third Netflix special, Dave Chappelle: Equanimity, will debut on the streaming service December 31st, Variety reports. It's the first comedy special Chappelle has made exclusively for Netflix. Last year, the service announced that th… Engadget RSS Feed
Microsoft largely stopped offering free Windows 10 upgrades back in July 2016. However, there's been an ongoing exception: if you use accessibility features, you've had an extension of that promo. And now, that last deal is coming to an end. Microsof… Engadget RSS Feed
Microsoft might not be done introducing new Surface hardware this year just because the Surface Laptop and Surface Pro are on store shelves. The company has confirmed that devices executive Panos Panay will be presenting at the company's two-day Fut… Engadget RSS Feed