At the Rooster Teeth Expo there was a company by the name of Handelabra Studio. They weren’t there to show off any games, nor did they have an overwhelming amount of gamers racing to their booth. They were just a couple of guys sitting there with a few purple shirts. Believe it or not, the message on the shirt said it all:“GAME.minder”
It’s not a who, it’s a what. It’s honestly what gamer’s have been missing and can immediately put to good use. GAME.minder is a unique source for keeping track with what games are set for release. No matter if you’re looking for games on your XBOX 360, PlayStation 3, PC or mobile, you’ll find it here.
This dedicated team manages to not only give you release dates for you to set “RE.minders”, they’ll keep you updated with any changes that may occur. So if Grand Theft Auto was scheduled to release this November, but Rockstar pushes the date back, you’ll be notified through the mobile app that the date has changed as well. In other words, you’ll never have to worry about being out of the loop of release dates again.
You can save time searching for the hottest upcoming titles by checking the featured tab. Here you can find the most searched games and set RE.minders faster.
Now I know some of you may be saying “IGN already has that” or “Gamestop tells me my release dates,” but not like this. Genuinely, every game is placed on the app, including the indie developers trying to get gamers attention with what they have to offer. IGN offer similar release info, but not updated as fast as GAME.minder and Gamestop only push release dates for what they WANT you to buy. Or in better words, titles that will surely make them money.
See something that you like and want to get that preorder in now? GAME.minder offers full Amazon.com integration so you can make purchases with the tap of a screen.
If the look on your face is anything like the look on my face when I first heard about GAME.minder, give it a test drive and allow the app to handle the rest. You just may like what you see.