Ever wanted to control apps on your PC from your phone? How about playing the part of Lancelot in an original story based on the Arthurian tales? Then Unified Remote and Gameloft’s Wild Blood being on-sale for just 20c each should get you excited.
Google Play App Deal of the Week
If you’ve ever wanted a universal remote to control apps on your PC from your phone then Unified Remote is the app for you.
Unified Remote operates on a client/server basis, with the Unified Remote app on your phone/tablet and an application running on your computer. Download the app to your phone, the software – which supports Windows, Mac, Linux and even Raspberry Pi – from unifiedremote.com to get under way. Once installed you get mouse/keyboard controls as well as individual app controls for your favourite apps like Spotify, VLC and more. You can even power your PC on or Off with Unified Remote.
The app is 20c, there’s no In-App Purchases on this one so it’s a decent buy, head over to Google Play to check it out.
Google Play Game Deal of the Week
Launched all the way back in 2012, Gameloft’s Wild Blood is getting a little long in the tooth but is still a cracker of a game. Wild Blood is a third person action game centred around the Legend of Arthur of Camelot.
The game runs on the classic Unreal engine to bring you an action packed adventure as you play as Lancelot to ‘confront King Arthur and the evil Morgana in order to free the world from these evil creatures and save Guinevere’. The game features exploration, horde-based combat, boss fights, puzzle solving and much more. You have the options of solo mode or multi-player mode, with up to 6 players via local wi-fi or online.
Sounds exciting, it looks pretty good even for a nearly 5 year old game too:
There are In-App Purchases available in Wild Blood so it’s not all sunshine and roses, but for 20c it’s a pretty cheap way to check out a new game.
If you’re in the mood for a bit of medieval action then check out Wild Blood on Google Play now.
Some pretty good deals this week, and with Cross DJ Pro back to its usual $6.99 price tag, that only leaves Lara Croft: Guardian of Light from last week on-sale so grab it while you can.