Courtesy of our fellow Seibertronian from Costa Rica Kaliaticus, we have all the details of the new Rovio Angry Birds Transformers mobile device game update! And if you don't believe the write up, you can check out the screenshots that they sent us, mirrored below.
Hey guys! It's your costarrican friend Carlos, aka Kaliaticus, with Angry Birds news. I just installed the latest update, and it's pretty badass. Now you can level your Autobirds and Deceptihogs to level 15. Also, what we've been waiting: you can unlock Arcee and Airachnid. It's got a new way to customize your bots and cons with "materials", but I'm not sure yet of how this works.
Here is a fun lil' bit of news. The official Transformers Facebook page has an add for Denny's Vinatge Salvage Depot. This is the Salvage Yard that the human character Denny operates. It is a working toll free number and everyone is welcome to try it out. It's always fun to see Hasbro and company go the extra mile to add to the fan experience.
Thanks to the qtransformers Website we get some info on the Launch Event for the release of Q-Transformers on Blu-Ray and DVD! This Event will be held at the Cinema Odaiba in Tokyo on June 21 with the tickets being on sale on May 22nd. Please check out all the details for this event below and remember keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates!
★ Event Summary ★
* Date: June 21 (Sun) curtain 16:00 - 18:00 the show (scheduled)
* Venue: Odaiba Cinema Media - Jeu screen 1
Yubinbango135-0091 Tokyo, Minato-ku Daiba 1-7-1 Odaiba Aqua City 1F
* Special guests: Yoshimasa Hosoya (Optimus Prime), Ryohei Kimura (Bumblebee) Kouki Uchiyama (Smokescreen), Katayama FukuJuro (BlueStreak) and more.
* Ticket: Includes Blu-ray & DVD, Advance tickets 4,800 yen / general ticket (day of) 5,000 yen
Via the YouTube channel for Takara Tomy, we get a promotional clip for three of their Transformers Adventure line figures: TED-06 Big Optimus Prime, the Japanese counterpart to Hyperchange Optimus; TAV-14 Ultra Magnus, of which you can see the Seibertron.com gallery here; TAV-13 Nemesis Prime, of which we also have a gallery. Check the clips out below!
Via the Japanese iTunes store, we have news of new Transformers Channel app, revolving around the animated Robots in Disguise show. The app appears to feature information on toys, bios, episodes, allows for code scanning (similar to the Anglophone app for the toys) and also includes a history of the Transformers since 1984. Check out some screenshots below, and a machine translation of the description!
Has been published in the Transformers official website, it is a free app that can scan the Transformers code.
Has been published in the Transformers official website, you can scan the Transformers code.
After a successful scan, information of Transformers is registered in the picture book.
[I see animation]
Tomy official channel of YOUTUBE, it will link to Tomy channel.
In the link destination of Takara Tommy channel, you can watch the animation and deformation videos.
※ Safari starts, it will move to YouTube. Video stay viewing at there site.
[See a picture book]
Transformers In this mode, you can view the picture book on the application that the Chronicle.
You can see his collection that was collected by scanning the Transformers code.
"World No.1 robot character! "
From familiar rides and machinery and tools, even animals and dinosaurs is the global character of Japan to the deformation of the robot.
Birth in 1984. Has about 30 years of history, toy sales area of the world more than 130 countries.
So far total sales number of is a variation robot with more than 500 million pieces.
Such as animation and movies, also has become a big attraction various video works.
- And every effort has been made to the quality of the programming, but please contact us from the support If you have any chance trouble.
※ Please use the app on the radio a good location.
※ video playback in the 3G network is not guaranteed, please understand. In Wi-Fi environment, downlink 3Mbps or more of the measured values, we have recommended more than 10Mbps.
For all the Transformers movieverse fans out there, some good news from Amazon Prime! The online retailer's premium section is adding a bunch of movies to their streaming service, and the list includes the latest Paramount/Michael Bay output - Age of Extinction - as of June 13th. Check out the full list below to see what else is available, too.
Amazon has released its lineup of movies and TV shows that will be available for streaming come June 2015. During those hot summer days, Amazon Prime members will be able to enjoy titles like "Transformers: Age of Extinction," "The Shining," "Lucky Number Slevin" and Season 5 of "Covert Affairs."
Amazon Prime titles
"Apocalypse Now Redux"
"Something Wild" (1986)
"Sid & Nancy"
"Rep: The Genetic Opera"
"The Island of Dr. Moreau"
"The Paper Chase"
"People Will Talk"
"Far From Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog"
"Murder of a Cat"
"Word and Pictures"
New apps are coming for those who read their Transformers (and other IDW series) comics on mobile devices. According to ComiXology new apps will be available May 28 to read IDW comics which will no longer be powered by ComiXology. Information to sync IDW comics to ComiXology accounts can be found here.
ComiXology wrote:As of May 28th 2015, IDW will be introducing an entirely new set of comic apps. At that time, the IDW Comics, Transformers Comics, Star Trek Comics, and TMNT Comics apps will no longer be powered by comiXology.
We’re making sure that your comic collection will sync and remain complete in the new IDW apps as well as all comiXology apps and websites. It’s the best of both worlds!
Here’s the important part – to maintain the ability to read your comics on the comiXology platform, you need to register and login to a comiXology account and tap Restore. If you do not complete this step before upgrading, you will only see the comics you purchased with in-app purchases on the new IDW app after updating and you will not be able to read the comics you purchased in this app on the comiXology apps or website.
So to make sure your favorite IDW comics are available here and connected to your comiXology account, just head over to the Settings tab of your app. If you have a comiXology account, just sign in. If you don't have one, you can click on the Create Account button and make one right inside the app.
Signing into a comiXology account will sync all your books to that email account for use on the comiXology website and in any of the comiXology apps for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, and Windows 8.
Additionally, after installing the comiXology app for iOS, you can then use your comiXology email account to sign-in to the comiXology In Cloud tab. All your comics will be there, ready for download. As ever, you will be able to purchase and continue to purchase more great IDW comics from comiXology, by just heading on over to the comiXology website.
1. Create an email account NOW!
2. Have an account already? Log in and click here to see what email you have connected to your comiXology account.
3. Upgrade to the new apps on May 28th.
4. Create a new app account with the same email address.
5. Enjoy all your favorite IDW comics EVERYWHERE!
A couple of days ago we reported on BotCon's social media and fiction efforts via the Axiom Nexus news crew. What has made its appearance since is a more interactive page, also part of the same initiative for the 2015 event, under the name of Ask Vector Prime! Read on below to find out more about it, and head here to pose your own queries.
Vector Prime, one of our most venerable elders, answers some of your questions as a way to foster better understanding between Cybertronians and humans.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This episode features your no-longer-on-the-market host ScottyP, site owner and photographer extraordinaire Seibertron, Not-Optimus RodimusConvoy13, and the late (to the show) Jon3.0.
Jon 3.0 was saving Drift during our comics discussion
On this episode we start out by catching up on some comic talk. The not-quite latest issue of More Than Meets The Eye kicks things off, as we take a rather long time to catch up on the dastardly(?) deeds of the DJD.
Not sure if the audio gives a reminder of who the Best Character is, so here's one.
After that, we catch up on the goings on with the rest of the crew in the fallout of Elegant Chaos. The feels run strong while we chat about the emotional "Ratchet" issue. Will we ever successfully say "goodbye" to this topic during the episode?
Off the page, but into your heart
We then move on to Combiner Wars Parts two and three, found (respectively) in the pages of Transformers #40 and Windblade #2. The ongoing war is so compelling, it may get glossed over with only the quickest of discussions - who will save us from the lack of discourse for these super fun issues?
My money's on Lightbright
We then move onto Cartoons and discuss Robots In Disguise Episodes 6 & 7. Is the cast enjoying the show so far, or are we truly still in the "too early to tell" phase of the show?
Buy her now kids! Oh wait, you can't. We're so good at cross channel marketing.
The last toy in the Botcon 2015 boxed set has been revealed as the "Double Pretender" Oilmaster! "The Bounty Hunter" comes to us as a resurrection of a canceled late-G1 concept. Split opinions reign as we discuss whether or not this made some dreams come true.
Trukk AND Monkey!
With Botcon coming up soon, we then briefly turn our attention to the boxed set on the whole. What do you think of the set? Will we see you at the convention?
Maybe Axl was singing about Mach Kick all along
Next up, we'll answer a very fun question from Seibertronian lordME.gatron, who asks:
lordME.gatron wrote:Hey there guys I'm a long time listener, first time caller;
I started collecting a little over 5 years ago, I managed to buy more generations toys than g1. Would it be wise to continue collecting both g1 and generations or stick with either line. I like both lines but its becoming too pricy, any advice?
After that, it's time to wrap up with some quick Bragging Rights. Listen to us all live vicariously through one another's collective eclectic hauls!
He's on a quest to save the show!
Hope you have fun with this one, we'll see you again in some indeterminate amount of time!
Don't forget, the show only gets better if you tell us how. Drop us a review on iTunes and be sure to tell us what you love, what you hate, and what you want to hear!
Not on the show to give your take? Probably not, so don't forget to keep the discussion going on the Seibertron.com Energon Pub Forums by simply replying to this post!
Got a question for the Twincast? We take all of them, we just don't take them all seriously! Leave a question in the Ask the Twincast thread and, if it makes the cut, it may get read and answered on the show.
Following the Fixit Jam video from a while back, the Hasbro Transformers: Robots in Disguise section of the official franchise website has added another two shorts for the animated show.
First one up is To Catch a Phrase, centering around Bumblebee's ongoing struggle with finding an apt battle cry, while the second, A Sticky Situation, has Bumblebee dealing with the messiness of human allies - and Cybertronians. Click here to head to the Hasbro site to view them both!
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