Ars Technic’s Chris Ward, who recently joined The Verge as a contributing editor, writes about a big upcoming mobile game event coming up this month, the KS Network mobile gaming network, and how mobile games will work for you.
We’ve covered KS Network before, so I’ll skip the details here, but there’s one important thing that should be kept in mind: this is the first big mobile event for KS Network and the network’s network operators.
The other big mobile game companies are already showing up, including EA and Ubisoft, and the event will feature plenty of big names.
If you’re in the area, there’s an opportunity to grab some KS Network games for a couple bucks.
You can get a preview of the network and its apps and games by signing up here, which is what The Verge’s Ward did when he signed up to the network back in March.
If all else fails, it’s possible to get a free game of your choice from the network for 30 days, which Ward did this weekend, for $4.99, a pretty decent deal for the kind of game you’ll get for your $20.
As Ward notes, there are a lot of different games available for the network.
You could use it for something like video game demos, social games, or just to hang out in front of the TV, but I prefer to keep it to games that have a big mobile audience.
And, you can’t beat the chance to play the games in the network, which are available at launch, with KS Network’s full library of games.
I’m looking forward to getting my hands on some of these games.
If your plan is to be out in the world, you’ll have to wait until the network launches in the first half of 2020.
The KS Network website says that it’s “coming to the world of mobile gaming.”
That might be a bit of a stretch.
I’ll leave it to you to decide if that means I’ll be out of my house at 3 a.m. on a Tuesday, or if I’ll get a game for free the next morning.
I will also leave it up to you if you’re willing to be the person who brings a KS Network game to a friend’s house, or to a neighbor’s house.
You don’t have to be a fan of mobile games to like these kinds of games, of course.
Ward has his own suggestions for mobile game players.
You might want to download and test out some of the KS games for yourself first, as they’re all free.
And if you don’t like mobile games, you’re not out of luck, either.
Ward says that the network has “some great apps for watching movies and games.”
You can also download and play them for free.
There’s also an app called WatchMojo that lets you watch videos with other KS Network players and record the whole experience.
It’s free to download, but it does come with some limitations.
You have to make a commitment to watch all the videos, for instance, and then you have to keep your account unlocked.
WatchMoja also has a free trial version of the app that lets users see how many videos they’ve watched before.
If they don’t want to watch the videos immediately, they can keep the app unlocked for 30 minutes and watch the video again, or they can pay $5 for a month of free videos.
It also has some other restrictions, including that you have no ability to edit the videos themselves, and that you can only watch them when you’re at home.
So, if you want to get your friends interested in watching your videos, you needn’t be a die-hard gamer.
And it might even be a good idea to join in on some KS network fun yourself before it’s too late.
The network is launching in the United States at a very early stage, and you can get more information here.