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Having been delayed from 2013 to 2014 in order to let its developers “fully achieve” their vision for the game, the eagerly awaited Modern Combat 5: Blackout¬†finally has a release date — and it’s later this month. The Gameloft FPS will be arriving on Android and iOS devices on Thursday, July 24th, priced at $6.99 with (mercifully) no in-app purchases.

The game is set to take players on yet another adventure across the world, beginning in Venice, Italy, before protagonist Phoenix is set on a special operation to secure the transport of WMDs from a well-armed terrorist group. Unsurprisingly, not everything will go to plan, and from here you jump from set piece to spectacular set piece, including helicopter and speedboat-based moments.

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Happy 4th of July, USA! Now is the perfect time to enjoy an extended weekend with your family, enjoying a barbecue and watching some fireworks. And while you are at it, how about some excellent app, games and accessories deals as well?

Below, we have done a quick roundup of all the latest apps and games on the Play Store that are available at discounted prices along with some handy accessories for your Android device.

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Its the beginning of July, which means its time for our monthly round-up of apps and games released last month. Even though we had possibly the biggest Android related event in June, quite a few major apps and games were released on the Play Store. Henceforth, we would also be including apps that receive major UI and usability updates in our roundups.

So, without further ado and wasting much words, scroll below to read about the best apps released on the Play Store in June.

Now you can play huge PC games right on this mobile device, and soon on your iPad mini.

Now you can play huge PC games right on this mobile device, and soon on your iPad mini.

If you’re ready to play big-name triple-A PC games on a mobile tablet, gaming companies WikiPad and OnLive have you covered.

Using game-streaming technologies from OnLive’s CloudLift service, the Wikipad 7 will allow you to play full high-end PC games, both single and multiplayer from any digital download service like Steam. The service will extend to the just announced Wikipad Gamevice controller, which will give you the same controller system for Apple’s iPad mini, letting you play games you never thought you’d be able to on a smaller mobile device.

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Details about Gameloft’s delayed FPS Modern Combat 5 have been in short supply, but we finally have a full name at least: Modern Combat: Blackout.

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