Five Night’s At Freddy’s 3 is out on PC, Android version coming soon


In the ongoing bizarre saga that has been the Five Night’s At Freddy’s 3 promotional routine from Scott Cawthon, an even bigger twist has occurred, the game was released without any announcement or warning.

It just appeared on Steam and is now available for PC  Now that it is available, we do get to learn more about what will actually come with the game for Android since it doesn’t stray too far from the PC version. Also, ever the showman, FNAF creator Scott Cawthon has revealed new information about his highly anticipated sequel to the series in a mysterious way a couple of days before its release. A dark image appeared on his web page ScottGamesthat on the surface doesn’t reveal much of anything.


After some lighting manipulation, the picture is revealed to possibly be ‘Balloon Boy’ with an ominous message ‘Guess Who?’. Devotee’s to the series will recognize the character as a non animatronic doll found within the Freddy Fazbear’s hallways and rooms. It could also be a reference to the puppet character from the second game, that required player to crank a music box to keep at bay. 

Along side the creepy image is the number 10. Some have speculated that it’s a clue towards the release date of the game, possibly on March 10th. Obviously the game being out now kind of kills that. However maybe it means the Android version is coming on March 10th?

Do you think Mincraft is to violent?


Turkey’s government is looking into allegations that the popular computer game Minecraft is too violent, it’s reported.

The game is classified as suitable for children aged seven and over in much of Europe, and for those older than 10 in the United States. But Turkey’s family and social policies minister, Aysenur Islam, has ordered an investigation over suggestions that it promotes aggression, the Haberturk website reports. If it’s considered too violent, then the government could seek a nationwide ban, the website says. The move was prompted by a journalist who told Mrs Islam that players get points for killing other characters – including women – and asked what her ministry would be doing about it. The Pan European Game Information group, which assigns ratings to computer games, says Minecraft contains “non-realistic-looking violence towards characters which, although human, are not very detailed”.

Top 5 Android games on the market at the moment

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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0.9.0 Update! Everything You Need To Know – Minecraft Pocket Edition


So it’s been a while since we spoke about Minecraft Pocket edition but word on the grape vine is all those lovely little elves

at Mojang have been working hard to get the 0.9.0 update ready.

There is no set release date yet but it’s looking like some point in April

Below are all the features that are set to come – 

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Set In Stone Gaming Android app nearly completed

So its taken a while and a few attempt but we now have a fully functional Android app!!

Check out the images bellow to see how it will look we are also looking for a few Beta testers to try it out and give

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Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.8.0 update Minecarts working

minecraft minecarts


so its been a while since we here at Set In Stone Gaming talked about Minecraft Pocket Edition but with the newest update (0.8.0) just around the corner we thought we would talk a little bit about what we will be getting in this much anticipated update. Continue reading

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First Impressions of the Ouya


Right, so I just borrowed the Ouya from my work today. For those who don’t know what an Ouya is, it’s an android based console which displays portable and sometimes Retro games in HD. Anyway, I set it all up by finding my internet connection (which is mandatory if you want this console) then put all my personal details in, including my card details. Okay pretty standard so far. So just as I was getting all excited about finally trying this console, after hearing amazing things about, it hit me with an update. Yet again pretty standard. 40 FRICKEN MINUTES to update an android based console through a fast Virgin Media connection… really?

Anyway, when the update FINALLY came through, I got to the homepage which had 4 options; Play, Discover, Make and Manage. Cool, nice little layout, pretty simplistic, I like it… WRONG. I really didn’t enjoy it. First of all, I heard that it was a completely free game-based console but nope! The only free things on it through, what looks like the Android Play Store, were demos and SOME emulators. So I downloaded a couple of demos and tried them out and OH GOD the control system is soooo awkward, even for the most basic games. So I threw that idea out the window and decided to give one the emulators a shot, so I choose an N64 emulator (standard). Cool, so how do I get the roms onto it? What it doesn’t say is you need to download them on your PC and transfer them, via USB stick, across. So after all that faffing around, it started searching for the one and only rom I decided to download for it, Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Couldn’t find it! I searched through complicated settings on the Ouya’s version on the emulator and finally got to the USB stick. Yay I got it to work! … for a few minutes, until the lag popped in. So I gave up and turned off the console.


I don’t normally do this with new toys but for some something that was meant to be so simple and easy to use, became long and tedious. I’ve now factory reset the console and giving it back to the shop tomorrow. It seems this console was made for people to game without paying extortionate prices for online fees and brand new games but, the Ouya is not for me.

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