Game of Thrones is the series right now. Born from the Song of Ice and Fire series of books by George R.R. Martin 20 years ago, it's now been converted into a huge success by HBO's TV adaptation.
After 5 seasons, references to the the series can be found everywhere: YouTube video reactions, t-shirts, and heated arguments between fans about which family has the right to the throne.
While George R.R. Martin hasn't let on what will happen in the end, we continue waiting for each new episode, while suffering the long waits in the meantime. Thanks to these 5 apps, you can get to know more about your fave show, keep up to date about the actors and filming, and enjoy getting stuck into some quality games.
A Game Of Thrones Guide is the only official guide that you can find as a mobile app. It's been developed by Random House LLC, the publisher of the Song of Ice and Fire series of books, with the support of the author. In other words, it's the best source of info out there.
You can browse the map and discover places that get mentioned in the series, meet the main characters (and some lesser known ones too!), and learn some trivia about the Seven Kingdoms, The Free Cities, and the lands beyond The Wall. Don't forget that the info is based on the books, and not the series so you might find that some info doesn't fit completely. The app updates itself frequently with new info too.
Winter is Coming - The Game Of Thrones News Source
This app as been specifically developed for real fans of the HBO series. The idea is that not only can you stay connected to your fave show, read synopses and expert analysis of each episode, but also check out filming trivia, actors and other cool info.
The Game Of Thrones News Source is a simple news feed which you can read, comment, and share; but one which will turn you into an expert. The content is fresh and pure quality. The notifications help to keep you updated on everything that's happening in the GoT world. If spoilers are something which bother you, you'll be glad to know that this app has got an amazing feature: the show/hide spoiler button!
So you think you're the biggest Game of Thrones fan out there, right? It's all very well to say it, but come on, prove it. Trivia For Game Of Thrones gives up the chance to test out knowledge of the series with a simple game of questions.
Trivia For Game Of Thrones challenges you to prove how much you really know about your favorite show, with 3 simple game modes: Classic, Arcade and Survival. The gameplay is the same for all: a question, four choices of answers, and only one correct one. Get the highest score you can by getting the right answers in the quickest time.
b]Game Of Thrones [/b] is a game made by Telltale Games, the developer which is bringing back adventure games on mobile platforms. They already did it with The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, which is what got George R.R. interested.
Game of Thrones by Telltale Games is an adventure that has 6 episodes (at the time of writing, there were 3 episodes available through in-game purchases) which puts in the skins of fictitious characters - but ones which fit in well with the places and events told in the original story. So, of course, there is going to be interaction with the familes in Westeros and the Free Cities too.
This one's got a great storyline and fantastic graphics. A real pleasure.
Game Of Thrones Ascent is a social MMO set in the period just before the start of the TV series. It's not exactly an action game, but instead more of a management game with a load of history and dialogue. GoT Ascent reminds us, in some ways, of an RPG: you've got make decisions that will determine the course of the future for the Seven Kingdoms. Just collect and then use your military and economic resources to take to the throne.
GoT Ascent is a game to be enjoyed slowly, while admiring the accurately reproduced places and characters from the series.