Got two press releases the other day from G5 Entertainment. Both are about games that I have made which are now Kindle Fire “ready.”

1. G5 Entertainment today (11/24/2011) announced the release of Supermarket Management on the Amazon Appstore. With millions of downloads worldwide, Supermarket Management is an addictive time management game that has enjoyed great popularity on PC, Mac and key mobile platforms, and now is going to entertain the owners of the Kindle Fire.

The game is set in a supermarket, sending you to stock shelves, push carts and weigh produce. Play as Kate, a new college graduate, who receives an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the supermarket business. You will help Kate manage and grow four supermarkets, upgrade staffing, shelving and more. Gameplay feels deep with 49 levels,frequent mini-games and consistent opportunities for upgrades. Each level you complete earns you coins to buy more shelve space, hire assistants, add more shopping carts and increase filling speed in the store. In the mini-games, items will go on sale, creating a shopping frenzy. Can you keep up with the demand?


2. G5 Entertainment today announced that Virtual City is making its way to the Amazon Appstore (on December 1, 2011). Virtual City is a fantastic-looking, smartly-designed, engaging city-builder simulator. With millions of players enjoying this superior strategy experience on various gaming platforms, Virtual City is a must-have for every Kindle Fire owner.

Virtual City allows players to construct their own city, developing it into anything from a suburban utopia to a bustling metropolis. To accomplish this, players must build houses, set up industrial buildings, create mass-transit systems and entertain their city’s residents with parks, cinemas, stadiums and events. Players must also manage production chains to transport goods and services to the areas that require them and trade with neighboring cities. They must provide city services such as health care, public safety, waste collection and recycling in order to keep their city’s residents happy and healthy. While progressing through the game, players must balance time, income, environmental factors, population and happiness in order to succeed, while dealing with various political and economic crises and natural disasters.

Larry Sullivan

Larry has been writing Android and iOS app reviews for about 4+ years. In addition to app reviews, he conducts developer interviews, reports on new apps, and general mobile news. In addition to his own blog, App Review Central, Larry is a contributor to numerous other Android and iOS app review sites.

Larry Sullivan