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By Jonathan Balofsky On 29 Mar, 2017 At 01:41 PM | Categorized As PC Games, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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Bethesda Sent out the following

 

With more than 75 million players worldwide, the biggest Fallout game ever is now on the biggest PC platform ever. That’s right – Fallout Shelter, the award-winning game that puts Overseers in control of their own Vault and an army of Dwellers, can now be downloaded — for free — on Steam.

 

PC fans should head to the game’s Steam Page to download and start managing their own survival community – all while earning Steam Achievements – by leveling up Survivors, exploring the Wasteland to find supplies, and sending their Dwellers out on exciting Quests for special rewards. Steam players can also take advantage of Steam Cloud support, allowing them to switch PCs and seamlessly pick up where they left off building their Vault.

 

Also today, the game has received an update across all platforms that introduces more than 30 new Quests and a special limited time Easter Quest that rewards players with an exclusive Legendary Pet, a free lunchbox and other rewards.

 

AboutFallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter thrusts players into the role of Overseer to build their own Vault, manage dwellers, and adventure through Fallout’s iconic wasteland. Since the game’s original launch in 2015, the game has continued to expand and add features, including Crafting, Scrapping, Pets, additional rooms, iconic Fallout 4 characters, and special Dweller customization options. The game’s constantly growing Quest system allows Overseers to send Dwellers out into the Wasteland to abandoned buildings, decrepit Vaults, and mysterious caves to uncover legendary loot and face off against enemies like Radscorpions, Ghouls, and powerful bosses.

 

Fallout Shelter currently available for free on Android and iOS devices, Xbox One and Windows 10 via Play Anywhere, on PC through Bethesda’s launcher, and now through Steam.

 

For more information on Fallout Shelter, please visit www.FalloutShelter.com.

Fallout Shelter was a great mobile game, and the steam version should be amazing. I imagine we might be seeing some mods for this soon, which will be interesting. Will you be checking this out?

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Bethesda Sent out the following

 

Today the massively popular Fallout Shelter from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition, expands once more to a new audience, putting Overseers in control of their own Vault and an army of Dwellers on Xbox One and Windows 10. Fallout Shelter is available now as an Xbox Play Anywhere title via a free download from the Xbox Store or Windows Store.

 

As an Xbox Play Anywhere title, player progress is retained across both Xbox One and Windows 10, meaning users can switch seamlessly between platforms and pick up where they left off, bringing all their saves, progress, and achievements with them. The game has also been fully adapted to work with the Xbox One controller, so players can experience Vault life bigger and better, right from their TV.

AboutFallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter thrusts players into the role of Overseer to build their own Vault, manage dwellers, and adventure through Fallout’s iconic wasteland. Since the game’s original launch in 2015, the game has continued to expand and add features, including Crafting, Scrapping, Pets, additional rooms, iconic Fallout 4 characters, and special Dweller customization options. The game’s constantly growing Quest system allows Overseers to send Dwellers out into the Wasteland to abandoned buildings, decrepit Vaults, and mysterious caves to uncover legendary loot and face off against enemies like Radscorpions, Ghouls, and powerful bosses.

 

Players can download Fallout Shelter for Xbox One and Windows 10 from the Xbox Store or Windows Store today.

 

The game is also available for free on Android and iOS devices, as well as on PC through Bethesda’s launcher.

 

Fallout Shelter is a truly unique mobile game and I am very interested in seeing how it does on Xbox One. Will you be getting the game on Xbox One? Do let us know!

 

 

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The award-winning Fallout Shelter continues to grow larger and larger on both mobile and PC platforms this month with the release of Update 1.9, which delivers all-new Quests including an exciting new location – the Caves – plus fun Thanksgiving celebrations including new stickers for iOS 10 iMessage.

Update 1.9 Content Includes:

 

  • New Location for Quests – Cave: In addition to abandoned buildings and derelict Vaults, Overseers can send Dwellers on spelunking adventures in a brand-new backdrop that will be immediately familiar to Fallout 4 fans – dark, mysterious caves.

 

  • New Quests: Update 1.9 introduces even more Quests for the demanding Overseer, including new regular, weekly, and special event Holiday Quests during the Thanksgiving celebration.

 

  • Holiday Festivities: The holiday celebrations continue in the Vault! In November, the Fallout Shelter Thanksgiving event will unlock limited time Quests, specially themed room visuals, and Thanksgiving outfits available in Lunchboxes. In December, Overseers will also celebrate Christmas and New Year’s with additional limited time quests and special rewards.

 

  • New iMessage Stickers: Building on the popularity of the Halloween stickers, Update 1.9 will introduce special Thanksgiving-themed stickers for iOS 10 iMessage users. In addition, new stickers based on the Fallout 4 Nuka-World mascots, Bottle and Cappy, are available now.

 

That is quite the update. Fallout Shelter has been a hit since it launched and just seems to get better and better.

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Bethesda sent out the following

 

Today we released Update 1.7 for the award-winning mobile and PC game, Fallout Shelter. Update 1.7 introduces new Quests, including Weekly and Special Event Quests, and brings a special visit from Bottle and Cappy, the mascots from Fallout 4’s latest add-on, Nuka-World, available August 30 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

 

 

Update 1.7 Content Includes:

 

  • New Quests and Quest Types: A ton of new Quests have been added to the Overseer’s Office for sending Dwellers into the Wasteland on exploration and combat excursions. In addition, new Quest Types, including Weekly Quests appearing every Friday and Special Event and Holiday Quests will now be available. For the impatient Overseer – players can now spend Nuka-Cola Quantum to skip Quests.

 

  • Nuka-World Comes to Fallout Shelter: To celebrate the launch of the Nuka-World add-on for Fallout 4, all Fallout Shelter players will receive their first Special Event Quest: a Nuka-World-themed mission which, once completed, allows Nuka-World mascots Bottle and Cappy to appear in the Vault. Tapping on Bottle and Cappy while they visit will reward players with Caps and Nuka-Cola Quantum.

 

  • New Objectives: Back at home in the Vault, a bevy of new Objectives await players to challenge their Dwellers and help them earn additional resources.

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Bethesda Softworks sent out the following

 

Fallout Shelter’s Update 1.5 is here to make your life as an Overseer easier!

 

With Update 1.5, you can now scrap your unwanted items and turn them into Junk to build even more gear. This is your chance to clear out the clutter in your Storage rooms and craft some cool new stuff.

 

We’ve also added new customization options to the Barbershop and new civilian outfits to craft or find in lunchboxes.  You’ll hardly even recognize your Dwellers when you’re done with them. You can even make them look like Ghouls!

 

Overseers using an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus can now take advantage of Fallout Shelter’s new 3D Touch support. With 3D Touch you can load directly into your vaults, skipping the main menu. You can also use 3D Touch to assign Dwellers to rooms and access storage just by tapping on any Storage Room.

 

Since its launch, Fallout Shelter has added a ton of new features – including new rooms, characters from Fallout 4, pets, new outfits, and weapons. In the last update (Update 1.4), crafting was added to the world of Fallout Shelter giving you the ability to make weapons, armor, and outfits. We also introduced the ability to collect Junk by sending your Dwellers into the Wasteland and from Lunchboxes because the better the Junk, the better items you can craft! There’s even more on the way, so stay tuned for upcoming updates.

 

Fallout Shelter was an instant smash hit when it launched on iOS on June 14, 2015, climbing to the top of the charts and beating Candy Crush to become the third-highest-grossing game on the App Store in its first week. Since launching on iOS and Android devices, Fallout Shelter has received top honors from some of the industry’s leading outlets, including winner of ‘App Store Best of 2015’, ‘Google Play Best of 2015’, and ‘Best Handheld/Mobile Game’ at the 2015 Golden Joystick Awards. Most recently, Fallout Shelter was named ‘Mobile Game of the Year’ at the 2016 D.I.C.E. Awards.

 

Fallout Shelter is available for free on the App Store or Google Play.

Fallout Shelter is an addictive and fan mobile game and I recommend checking it out if you have not yet done so. It is very much worth your time.

By Jessica Brister On 22 Aug, 2015 At 05:43 PM | Categorized As Featured, Mobile Gaming, Portable/Mobile Gaming, Reviews | With 0 Comments

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If you were like me, you were delighted to hear at E3 that Bethesda Softworks had a free gaming app called Fallout Shelter. It sounded like a cool diversion before Fallout 4 came out. Then the Android users got a slap in the face: Fallout Shelter would only be immediately available for iOS. Yeah, as an Android user, I was a bit bitter. Yes, I know it’s a free app that Bethesda totally didn’t have to do, but I wanted to play it right then and there. It was a bit of a disappointment. However, the app is finally out for Android, and I have been playing it a lot. Apparently, so have a lot of other people. I wanted to love the game, but there is one major thing that I don’t like about it that have pretty much stopped me from playing it altogether.

Fallout Shelter is addicting, but it has one major downfall.

Fallout Shelter is addicting, but it has one major downfall.

Fallout Shelter is fun. Don’t get me wrong. It’s addicting. It’s clever. There is a lot right about it.

When I first started to play it, the game really reminded me of Sim Tower (anyone else remember that game?). The player is responsible as a vault’s Overseer to keep the place and people in order. You start off with a few dwellers and try to increase that number as well as manage resources and keep people happy. The three most important resources are power, food, and water which are harvested by placing certain rooms in the vault and having the dwellers work them. Of course, building rooms cost caps. To get more caps, a player must either level up the dwellers, successful rush a room (speed up the resource gathering process), send dwellers out to the wasteland, or complete objectives.

When objectives are achieved, they sometimes give out lunchboxes. These lunchboxes give out a few cards that award extra resources, outfits that raise dweller stats, special characters, weapons, or extra caps. At first, the objectives are easy, and players can easily get several lunchboxes. After awhile, though it gets harder and harder to get the goodies. Extra lunchboxes can be bought through in-app purchases.

Dwellers also have SPECIAL stats (just like in the actual Fallout games). Putting certain dwellers with certain stats will make material collection and successful room rushes easier. A player can increase a dweller’s stats by adding rooms that can train them. Players also need to keep an eye on the happiness level of the vault dwellers, since that can affect their performance. Happiness can be raised by rushing rooms or things like…making babies. Of course, besides worrying about the basic resources and happiness levels, there are also issues with radiation, rad-roaches, and raiders. Add a slick-looking color scheme and the retro 1950s Fallout-style, and you get a really awesome app.

Rushing a room unsuccessfully can be disastrous.

Rushing a room unsuccessfully can be disastrous.

It’s actually one of the best game apps I’ve played on Android. So you may be wondering to yourself, “If you think it’s a great app, why were you disappointed? Why did you stop playing it?” Well, there is one major thing that has forced me to stop playing altogether, and that is…

It’s so demanding that it’s ten times worse than a Tamigotchi. If you don’t know what that is, I’m sorry, but your childhood was not awesome.

Okay, I may be kidding on that one, but seriously, the game is demanding on a level that I haven’t experienced since I had this thing in Middle School:

Yes, I have saved this thing for the last (almost) twenty years.

Yes, I have saved this thing for the last (almost) twenty years.

The game cannot be minimized for too long because things will still keep going, even if you aren’t actively playing. I can understand that if it’s just running in the background, though that is still annoying. However, I have completely shut down the game and turned my tablet off, and when I get back on, the happiness level of my vault has dropped from the 90% range to the teens and most of my resources are gone. The game is unfortunately focused too much on real-time. It’s not an app that you can casually play. It demands a lot of attention, which is why I have dubbed the game “Tamagotchi on Steriods.” This means that if you want to be successful as an Overseer, don’t go to sleep and don’t stop playing.

I wish that the game would actually pause, but it’s too focused on real-time play. If Bethesda would fix this, it would be the best gaming app I’ve ever seen. However, unless they do, I just can’t play it anymore. It was taking over all of my time. That’s not something that I wanted in an app, something I I may play on occasion when I’m sitting at the doctor’s office or when I’m nursing my daughter. Let’s hope that we can actually pause Fallout 4. *Tee-Hee*