Guardians of the Galaxy game discounted to $2, this weekend only (previously $5)


Guardians of the Galaxy the universal weapon

You’ve already bought your tickets, now you can take Star Lord n’ Friends on-the-go with the Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon game for Android. The game officially launched in the Google Play Store a few weeks back, but at $5, the higher than usual pricing probably kept many of you from making an impulse buy.

Thankfully, to celebrate the movie’s opening weekend, the official Guardians of the Galaxy:TUW  Android game has been marked down to a more than reasonable $2 (this weekend only). The game has already garnered a solid 4-star rating on the Play Store and plays like a real-time action RPG. If you’ve played Battleheart (and we recommend you do), you have a good idea what to expect from Guardians.

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At $2 with no in-app purchases, it was an offer we simply couldn’t refuse. So far, we like what we’ve seen and played. The traditional Battleheart formula is a perfect fit for mobile. With that, we’re off to hit the movie theater to see what all the hype is about. Let us know how you like the movie and if you’re going to pick up the game. Have a great weekend, everyone!

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. I purchased the app back when it was 5 dollars, didn’t mind the price tag since I love the movie, BUT I cannot play it, opens to first image and then force closes, refunded my money from Playstore, a couple weeks later, I figured issue would have been resolved, so I purchased it from the Amazon app store, AAAAND long behold still doesn’t work, and Amazon’s wonderful return policy for apps, as in no returns, has got me stuck with an app that I cannot use. I’m pretty sure it’s just not compatible with ART runtime on the M8. *Sigh*

    1. So go back to Dalvik?

      1. That will require him to downgrade his ROM. It’s why I haven’t updated mines yet. And Android is moving to ART, so apps need to become compatible.

        1. Exactly my point, so far I’ve received a better battery life on ART, main reason why I upgraded, I’ve only ran into a couple apps that are not ART compatible, this one unfortunately being one of them, I just hope developers start moving in that direction soon since it’s the direction android wants to head.

          1. Interesting… I can’t move to ART because XposedFramework doesn’t work in the ART framework. That’s something I MUST HAVE. LoL!! I don’t want to go back to the days of downloading multiple mods again when it’s all in one place for me. Haha!! I’ve been spoiled.

        2. Android is moving to ART at the end of the year, so I don’t think it’s fair to require apps be compatible with the new runtime until then.

          That being said, I can’t wait until ART is officially a thing, I can finally enable it in my ROM :P

  2. Looks like that’s the sale price everywhere – Google Play, Amazon, iTunes App Store – all of them have it for $1.99. (I got it from Amazon simply to consume some more coins from the GTA:SA promo.) Haven’t gotten too far into it yet, but seems interesting.

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