Blizzard Entertainment has officially announced that beginning June 2, players in most regions around the world will be able to join the fight against the Burning Hells in Diablo Immortal, the first Blizzard role-playing game built from the ground up for mobile, with the rest of Asia-Pacific following a few weeks later. Continue reading “Diablo Immortal for iOS, Android and PC releasing on June 2”
Facebook is definitely trying to project Messenger as more than just an instant messaging app. The social network has discretely rolled out an addictive game right inside the Messenger.
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Oculus has tied up with Microsoft to include the Xbox One controller with the Oculus Rift VR headset. The company, which was bought by Facebook last year for $2 billion, said it plans to launch its Rift headset early next year.
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Flappy Bird phenomenon may not hit back your phones but its creator Dong Nguyen is gearing up for the launch of its new game. Dubbed as ‘Swing Copters’, the game plot is similar to Flappy Bird but this time the main character is a little guy with a helicopter attached to his helmet.
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Disney India along with Salman Khan have launched a mobile game as a promotional measure for its upcoming movie ‘Kick’. Available on Android the game includes a player that takes on the role of ‘Devil’ Salman Khan’s movie character. The iOS, Windows Phone and feature phone version of the game is also in the making and will release along with the movie.
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Dong Nguyen, the creator of popular game Flappy Bird revealed yesterday that he will bring the game back sometime in August. Today, Nguyen has released a screenshot of his next game on Twitter which is under making.
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Last week, Rovio teased that they were introducing an Angry Birds themed RPG game and that it would be called Angry Birds Epic. Today, the game has gone live in App stores of countries like New Zealand, Australia and Canada. This is just a soft release and when the game is ready, it will be available for everybody across Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Microsoft Windows Store.
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Talking Tom, the insanely popular app that kids loved, has now got its own “My Talking Tom” app that lets your pet and grow Tom the cat, hence validating the name. The previous versions only involved playing around with the cat which talks back to you in a hilarious voice but now it’s more of a pet simulation like Kinectimals where a kitten grows into your own cat, with lots of customization options to make it personal. The app is, unsurprisingly, available for iOS and Android, and for the first time, it is officially available on Windows Phone too, on the same day. Download My Talking here –
My Talking Tom – iOS | Android | Windows Phone
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Krrish 3, a highly anticipated Bollywood movie this year, is following the same route as previous big budget Bollywood as well as Hollywood movies by releasing a game just before the movie release. The Krrish 3 game is now available as a free download, but as a timed exclusive on Microsoft Platforms – Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8. It is currently available for download on Windows Phone 8 and it is expected to arrive on Windows 8 by the end of this week. Here’s the game’s trailer released on YouTube –
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From the makers of Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja, we have a new game which wants you to destroy the world. The upcoming game, titled “Colossatron: Massive World Threat”, is a mass destruction game helped by the concept of an Alien robot.
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Halo has been a celebrated game franchise that was popularized during the original Xbox era. People had longed for a similar gaming experience on other Microsoft devices as the company slowly brought their different divisions together, and to much surprise, Microsoft’s own 343 game studio announced Halo: Spartan Assault for Windows 8 and Windows Phone. A trailer that was revealed along with the announcement showed off a much different type of gameplay, based in the Halo universe. And today, it has landed on the Windows Phone store at $6.99, and for the same amount, you can grab it for Windows 8 here, while watching the trailer below –
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Rovio today announced the next installment of its Angry Birds franchise, Angry Birds Star Wars. Following a teaser image last week, the famous birds will be dressed up to assume the likeness of characters from the classic saga. The red bird takes on the role of Luke Skywalker and we can even spot a Chewbacca in there !
Continue reading “Angry Birds Star Wars edition launching on November 8th”
TIPB reports that the much anticipated game ‘Infinity Blade 2’ might be facing widespread issues on older generation hardware including the 1st gen iPad and 4th gen iPod Touch.
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Monkey Flight by Donut Games is one of those super fun games from the App Store that I’ve been addicted to for the last week on my iPod Touch. The storyline is simple: you have to throw a monkey across a field of fruits, collect a certain amount to advance to the next level, all while avoiding to fall on the floor, crash against rocks or fall in mud ponds. Your progress can be improved if you bounce on elephants or clouds, and you get 2 additional banana boosts every level by tapping on the screen.
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Electronic Arts EA and Indiagames, a mobile content publisher, have signed an exclusive licensing agreement that will bring EA mobile games to consumers across multiple mobile carriers in India.
Electronic Arts (EA) and Indiagames, a mobile content publisher, have signed an exclusive licensing agreement that will bring EA?s mobile games to consumers across multiple mobile carriers in India.
The games that will be initially released through Indiagames include Need for Speed Underground 2, Need for Speed Most Wanted, NBA LIVE 06, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 06, EA SPORTS FIFA 06, FIFA STREET 2, Madden NFL 06, SimCity and The Sims 2. Indiagames will release EA SPORTS FIFA 06 this year.
ea games logo Jon Niermann, President, EA Asia Publishing said, ?Indiagames is a key partner for us as we expand our business from packaged goods to mobile content in the burgeoning Indian marketplace. They have a strong technological infrastructure and share our passion for delivering top quality entertainment.?
?Indian consumers are quickly adopting a mobile lifestyle and we believe that this partnership will give people the opportunity to experience the fun and excitement of playing great games on their mobile phones,? maintained Niermann.
India games logo Vishal Gondal, CEO of Indiagames said, ?We are thrilled to bring such legendary and popular games to Indian audiences. We are convinced that thousands of Indian fans will enjoy the opportunity to experience these games on their mobile phones.?