After Hitman Go and Deus Ex GO Square Enix has released Deus Ex GO, a turn-based puzzle game for Android and iOS devices. The puzzle infiltration game is set in a stylized interpretation of the Deus Ex Universe. As covert agent Adam Jensen, you need to use hacking, combat, and augmentations to solve the most intricate puzzles of the entire GO series and unravel the conspiracy behind a terrorist plot. Continue reading “Deus Ex GO turn-based puzzle game released for Android, iPhone and iPad”
The introduction of the iPhone and Android smartphones caused one of the biggest hits in terms of sales for the portable gaming market. Manufacturers like Nokia, tried to bring mobile gaming to the mainstream but it wasn’t until much later that people actually considered gaming on their phones for extended periods.
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Disney Interactive Games and Marvel Entertainment have released Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2, a new turn-based team role-playing game and the sequel to the popular Marvel: Avengers Alliance game. In this game, each player must level up heroes, customize each hero with special abilities, and assemble the ultimate team to take into battle. Continue reading “Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 turn-based team RPG for Android, iPhone and iPad released”
Today PopCap Games announced Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, the latest game in the Plants vs. Zombies Universe in a completely new genre. It is a new collectible card game that introduces a new class of characters to the PvZ Universe; Super Hero Plants and Zombies. The game also include new characters from Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 like Super Brainz, Z-Mech, Citron, and Rose. Continue reading “Plants vs. Zombies Heroes for Android, iPhone and iPad released in select countries”
Supercell, creators of popular Clash of Clans game have released Clash Royale, a new real-time multiplayer game globally, after soft launch last month in Canada, Hong Kong, Australia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland and New Zealand. Continue reading “Clash of Clans creator releases Clash Royale for Android and iOS globally”
Rockstar games has finally launched Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories game for Android, after almost couple of months of launching it on iOS. It was originally released for PlayStation Portable back in 2005 and was released on PlayStation 3 in 2013. The game has several enhancements for Android that includes updated real time lighting and shadows, upgraded textures and art, greater draw distance, performance enhancements for touch-based gaming like analog steering and rebalanced targeting, and cross-platform cloud saves via Social Club. Continue reading “Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories released for Android”
Alto’s Adventure, an endless snowboarding game has finally launched on Android, almost a year after launching on iOS. The game is free, but has in-app purchases for bonuses or if you want to support the developers. The core mechanic of the game centers around an easy to learn, difficult to master one button trick system that allows you to chain together increasingly more elaborate trick combos to maximize the players speed and compete for high scores and distances. Continue reading “Alto’s Adventure endless snowboarding game finally arrives on Android for free”
Nintendo being one of the most popular gaming companies have gotten several requests to bring its games to the small screen, smartphones that is. Apparently, the wait will finally be over this year as they are looking to launch their first smartphone game in March 2016.
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Google introduced Chromecast-enabled games last year, so that Chromecast users can use the phone or a tablet as the controller and the TV screen like a game or score board to play games like Wheel of Fortune or other classics on a big screen. Continue reading “Google adds more Chromecast-enabled games for Android and iOS”
Rockstar games has launched Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories game for iOS devices. It was originally released for PlayStation Portable back in 2005 and was released on PlayStation 3 in 2013. The game has several enhancements for the iOS platform, including real time lighting and shadows, upgraded textures and art, greater draw distance, performance enhancements for touch-based gaming including updated analog steering and rebalanced targeting, cross-platform cloud saves via Social Club, support for Apple’s 3D touch and more, said the company. Rockstar games has announced that the game will be available for Android soon. Continue reading “Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories released for iPhone and iPad, coming to Android soon”
Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen’s .GEARS released Swing Copters game for Android and iOS platforms last August, now its sequel has arrived for both the platforms. In this game you need to control a pilot equipped with a copter-hat to fly through obstacles to get points, similar to the first one, but this adds new obstacles such as swinging hammers. It also has more characters and there is a story for them, but this game will be much more challenging, says the team. Continue reading “Flappy Bird creator releases Swing Copters 2 for Android, iPhone and iPad”
Square Enix released Lara Croft GO, a turn-based puzzle game for Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone and Windows back in August. Today it has released new The Shard of Life free expansion pack for the Android and iOS users that adds 26 new puzzles to solve, numerous new cursed monsters to battle, two new costumes to earn, artifacts and gemstones to collect. “The free new content will provide hours of additional gameplay for this unique turn-based experience,” said Square Enix.
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Activision Blizzard today announced that it will acquire King Digital Entertainment, creator of the most popular Candy Crush Saga game for $5.9 billion. King’s shareholders will receive $18.00 in cash per share comprising a total equity value of $5.9 billion and an enterprise value of $5.0 billion. The addition of King’s highly-complementary business further positions Activision Blizzard for growth across platforms, audiences, genres, and business models, said the company. Continue reading “Activision to acquire Candy Crush developer King for $5.9 Billion”
Electronic Arts has finally released Need for Speed No Limits, its latest mobile game in the Need for Speed franchise. It is the successor of the Need for Speed Most Wanted game that was launched back in October 2012. The game is developed by Firemonkeys, the studio behind Real Racing 3 and was announced back in November last year. It promises fast driving, incredible graphics, new range of cars and customizations.
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Rovio, creators of popular Angry Birds games has released Nibblers, a new puzzle game for Android and iOS platforms. It was soft launched in Canada, Finland, New Zealand and Australia earlier this year, now it’s available worldwide. The theme of the game is similar to Candy Crush. You need to match similar fruits to earn points, in addition this has lizards and some obstacles. Continue reading “Rovio releases Nibblers puzzle game for Android, iPhone and iPad”