Developer Chris Sawyer takes his classic theme park simulators to mobile devices. RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic combines the best of the original RollerCoaster Tycoon and RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 in one game. Available for iOS and Android.
Comedian Louis C.K. has released a one-stop mobile shop for all his major stand-up comedy specials as well as his web series Horace and Pete. If you’ve already purchased some of his work, just enter your email address and you’re good to go. Available for iOS and Android.
Want to build your own Android apps? Head to The Awesomer Shop and sign up for this extensive series of online training to help get started. By the end of the 31 hour course, you’ll build 14 apps, and learn to submit them to the Google Play Store. A $199 value.
VIZIO not only amped up its premium 4K displays with HDR, Dolby Vision, and a wider color gamut for vibrant images, but they killed the “smart TV” paradigm, shifting all apps to a bundled 6″ Android tablet using Google Cast to stream content. In 50″, 55″, 65″ and 75″ sizes.
Accompany Garnet, Zidane and their friends on their adventures wherever you are with the iOS and Android versions of Final Fantasy IX. It features HD graphics, auto-saving and cheats such as no battles or maxed out abilities for those who are in it mainly for the story.
Casio’s rugged Android Wear smartwatch is water resistant, and meets military shock and vibration specs. It’s got air pressure and altitude sensors, an accelerometer, gyrometer, and a magnetic compass, to track fitness activites, and all your outdoor adventures.
Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer collaborated with Intel to develop a smartwatch that doesn’t look like a geek toy. It features a round touchscreen display running Android Wear, and a titanium case. It offers realistic faces, with information displays neatly integrated into the dials.