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Read up on New Super Mario Bros. U, the Wii U launch lineup, and much more in the latest digital edition of Game Informer Magazine for PC/Mac, iPad, and Android.Some highlights of the issue:
-Get up close and personal with the new Wii U GamePad. Tap on all of the buttons and inputs to learn about their functionality
-Check out Halo 4's new Promethean enemies and weapons in an interactive gallery
-Read an in-depth hands-on with the first three hours of XCOM: Enemy Unknown
-Get a sneak peek at Universal Studios' upcoming Silent Hill-themed haunted house
- Watch embedded videos and trailersThe October issue is now available on PC/Mac, iPad, and Android platforms. Current digital subscribers with a log-in on gameinformer.com have access to all three editions at no extra cost (the Google Play Magazine edition is not included).Check below on how to easily access the various editions. Print subscribers interested in switching to digital can do so here.PC/MacThose who are interested in subscribing to the digital edition of Game Informer Magazine, which includes all the content from the print edition plus loads of bonus content, can sign up here and have the issue delivered to your inbox within one business day. You'll also gain access to over a year of past issues in the process.If you're already a subscriber, make sure you're signed in to gameinformer.com, hover over the "Magazine" tab in the upper right of the site, and click "Read Current Issue." On the following page, click the "PC/Mac" button and enjoy. Check out our graphical guide on getting to your digital subscription for more details if you need help.Or you could just bypass all of that and launch the magazine here. Still make sure you're signed in, however.Game Informer iPad AppAs part of Apple's newsstand, you can instantly buy single issues ($4.99 each) or purchase a 12-issue subscription for $19.99. Already a digital subscriber? You get the tablet edition for free as part of your browser subscription. Current Game Informer Digital subscribers just need to download the app, log in using their gameinformer.com account (click the My Account button in the top right corner), and go (your issues will appear in the "Library." This account uses the email that you supplied when you purchased your digital subscription. If you need help logging in, try this FAQ.If you wish to subscribe to Game Informer Digital and receive BOTH the browser and the tablet edition, head here. A 12-issue subscription will run $14.99 to $19.99 depending on the option you choose, and you'll have to wait one business day for full activation.Go ahead and download the app right now and get reading.Game Informer Android AppWe are unable to sell annual subscriptions directly through the app at this time, but if you are already a digital subscriber you will be able to download new issues as they appear throughout your current subscription.Otherwise, you can buy single issues for $4.99 in the US (it is also available Internationally at various price points) through the marketplace or subscribe through this link and follow the instructions to link your digital subscriptions to your device to receive the issues as part of your subscription. The latter option also includes access to the PC/Mac and iPad editions.This app is only compatible with 10" or larger Android tablets running OS 3.0 and up (Helpful Hint: Do not let the tablet sleep during the download process or while importing the file or it will crash. We hope to have a solution to this soon).Download the app now to begin reading.
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Google Play Magazine AppThis slightly different version of the magazine is also available for Android users. It cannot be linked to a current Game Informer Digital account, but single issue sales and 12-issue subscriptions are available instantly.This edition works 7- and 10-inch tablets and Android phones (Google's responsible for the release schedule so check the shop to see when issues launch).Download the Google Play edition now.If you're having any problems accessing any of these Game Informer Digital editions, visit the Mag Help page.
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