At Global Mobile Vision 2014, this intriguing game caught my attention: Charanavi Friends (by Forcrane Juice) is an app in which you build a small virtual world that contains mini-games, to entertain existing friends, but also meet new ones. You can meet and chat, which at first, made me think of a graphically simpler version of something like Second Life. Some of the player motivations are the same, except that it is much easier to build your world using simple 2D isometric graphics. The world is also much smaller (and limited to 150 players per world), so there’s no “wandering around”. Read full post →Charanavi Friends: A Virtual World To Mingle, And Discover New “Friends”
There are many Android tablets in the market today, but what Amazon has done to differentiate themselves is that instead of offering stock Android, they have created a fork version of Android that doesn’t exactly feel like Android, and give customers easy access to Amazon’s own store where they can purchase books, videos, songs, and so on.
Now for those who are interested in seeing what else Amazon has to offer on the tablet front, you might be interested to learn that Amazon has recently announced two new Kindle Fire tablets – the new Kindle Fire HDX and the new Kindle Fire HD. The former will be priced starting at $379 while the latter will be priced starting at $99 and will see a release on the 21st of October and 2nd of October respectively. Read full post →Amazon Unveils New Kindle Fire HDX, Fire HD Tablets