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  • Super Mario Run Now Available on Android
    Bald Bouncer
    Nintendo’s Super Mario Run is now available for Android devices in the United States. At least for those with Android 4.2 upwards. The free to start game is already available on iOS and that version received an update for more new Yoshi colours, new buildings, more stages to be played for free and so on. Super Mario Run already had a fixed amount of free stages that you could play for free as part of a demo. Paying $10 upgrades you to the full version of the game which doesn’t have microtransactions....
    23-03-2017, 04:47 PM
  • Super Mario Run Heads to Android in March
    Bald Bouncer
    Nintendo’s Super Mario Run released for iOS platforms in December 2016 and finally has a release month for Android. According to the company on Twitter, you can expect the auto-runner to release in March.


    There’s no specific date till now but you can pre-register to be notified of that information when it becomes official.

    Super Mario Run saw great success, at least in terms of download numbers, when it released in December. It was downloaded 50 million times in...
    19-01-2017, 05:30 PM
  • T-Mobile To Offer Free Data To Pokemon GO Players For One Year
    Bald Bouncer
    Pokemon GO is a pretty damn good game, and one that has completely taken the world by storm. That said, because of its need to be always connected to the internet, to locate you on its GPS map, it is also an absolute data hog, which can be prohibitive to many looking to play it.


    In America, however, carrier T-Mobile will be doing something very cool, and offering players one year’s worth of free data as far as Pokemon GO is concerned- simply put, T-Mobile subscribers playing...
    16-07-2016, 11:40 AM
  • Pokemon GO Finally Officially Available In USA On iOS and Android
    Bald Bouncer
    Pokemon GO, the iOS and Android augmented reality Pokemon MMO, is now finally available to download legally and officially in USA on both platforms- the game went live on the iOS App Store and on Google Play hours ago.


    This follows the launch of the app in Australia and New Zealand yesterday. As of right now, the app is still not available in multiple major markets, such as Canada, the UK, Europe, India, and south-east Asia- however, one can probably expect the app to be rolled...
    07-07-2016, 05:42 PM
  • State of Decay dev unveils mobile, multiplayer RPG Moonrise
    Bald Bouncer
    Undead Labs' next project departs the open-world, zombie apocalypse of State of Decay in favor of optimistic, dreamy fantasy and Pokemon-style companions. Dubbed "Moonrise," the multiplayer, mobile roleplaying game centers on the titular Moonrise, an event that causes creatures known as Solari to turn from humanity's peaceful pals to murderous beasts known as Lunari. As a Warden, it's your job to defeat the Lunari (which, helpfully, turns them back into Solari and adds a new ally to your cause). If you get bored of beating on computer-controlled...
    05-08-2014, 10:24 AM
  • Trials Frontier pops a wheelie, propels self to Android
    Bald Bouncer
    The Trials series provides both gratification from conquering brutally-difficult obstacle courses and surges of frustration from the dozens of attempts preceding a victory. If that's a mix of emotions you'd care to display in public, Trials Frontier is now available to Android users for the affordable download price of free. The experience isn't uninhibited though, since attempts on courses burn up a microtransaction-based currency of fuel. Contributing Editor Earnest Cavalli details the limitation in our Frontier installment of Portabliss...
    26-05-2014, 01:50 PM
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  • Super Mario Run Now Available on Android

    Super Mario Run Now Available on Android

    Nintendo’s Super Mario Run is now available for Android devices in the United States. At least for those with Android 4.2 upwards. The free to start game is already available on iOS and that version received an update for more new Yoshi colours, new buildings, more stages to be played for free and so on. Super Mario Run already had a fixed amount of free stages that you could play for free as part of a demo. Paying $10 upgrades you to the full version of the game which doesn’t have microtransactions....
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  • Super Mario Run Heads to Android in March

    Super Mario Run Heads to Android in March

    Nintendo’s Super Mario Run released for iOS platforms in December 2016 and finally has a release month for Android. According to the company on Twitter, you can expect the auto-runner to release in March.


    There’s no specific date till now but you can pre-register to be notified of that information when it becomes official.

    Super Mario Run saw great success, at least in terms of download numbers, when it released in December. It was downloaded 50 million times in...
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  • T-Mobile To Offer Free Data To Pokemon GO Players For One Year

    Pokemon GO is a pretty damn good game, and one that has completely taken the world by storm. That said, because of its need to be always connected to the internet, to locate you on its GPS map, it is also an absolute data hog, which can be prohibitive to many looking to play it.


    In America, however, carrier T-Mobile will be doing something very cool, and offering players one year’s worth of free data as far as Pokemon GO is concerned- simply put, T-Mobile subscribers playing...
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  • Pokemon GO Finally Officially Available In USA On iOS and Android

    Pokemon GO, the iOS and Android augmented reality Pokemon MMO, is now finally available to download legally and officially in USA on both platforms- the game went live on the iOS App Store and on Google Play hours ago.


    This follows the launch of the app in Australia and New Zealand yesterday. As of right now, the app is still not available in multiple major markets, such as Canada, the UK, Europe, India, and south-east Asia- however, one can probably expect the app to be rolled...
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  • State of Decay dev unveils mobile, multiplayer RPG Moonrise

    State of Decay dev unveils mobile, multiplayer RPG Moonrise

    Undead Labs' next project departs the open-world, zombie apocalypse of State of Decay in favor of optimistic, dreamy fantasy and Pokemon-style companions. Dubbed "Moonrise," the multiplayer, mobile roleplaying game centers on the titular Moonrise, an event that causes creatures known as Solari to turn from humanity's peaceful pals to murderous beasts known as Lunari. As a Warden, it's your job to defeat the Lunari (which, helpfully, turns them back into Solari and adds a new ally to your cause). If you get bored of beating on computer-controlled...
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  • Trials Frontier pops a wheelie, propels self to Android

    Trials Frontier pops a wheelie, propels self to Android

    The Trials series provides both gratification from conquering brutally-difficult obstacle courses and surges of frustration from the dozens of attempts preceding a victory. If that's a mix of emotions you'd care to display in public, Trials Frontier is now available to Android users for the affordable download price of free. The experience isn't uninhibited though, since attempts on courses burn up a microtransaction-based currency of fuel. Contributing Editor Earnest Cavalli details the limitation in our Frontier installment of Portabliss...
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  • Trials Frontier Review

    Trials Frontier Review

    Hi, my name is Earnest and I have a motorcycle problem. It started small, a few races here and there, a couple minor upgrades, but before I knew it, I was standing on a street corner, panhandling for enough cash to make it through just one more run. Don't pity me though. It's too late for that. Instead, take a lesson from my struggle. Remind yourself each morning that no matter how much the withdrawals hurt, no matter how hard it is to cope with your demons, spending $5 on virtual gas for your fake motorcycle is an awful investment. That fanciful scenario was...
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  • First Star Wars game from Disney, Tiny Death Star, out now for free

    First Star Wars game from Disney, Tiny Death Star, out now for free

    That's no tiny moon – it's a Tiny Death Star, the first Star Wars game from Disney since it bought LucasArts in 2012, made in collaboration with Tiny Tower developer NimbleBit. Tiny Death Star is a pixelated Star Wars take on Tiny Tower, with players building their own Death Stars for the dark side of the Force. It's available now, free, for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Windows 8. Disney shut down LucasArts as a development studio in April, shifting it to the licensing business. NimbleBit has made its mark in mobile development in recent years, with more...
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  • Infinity Blade 3: Soul Hunter adds a Deathless Bloodmage, out Oct. 31

    Infinity Blade 3's first DLC pack, Soul Hunter, hits iOS devices for free tomorrow, October 31, compatible with both iOS6 and iOS7. Soul Hunter adds a campaign quest with a new enemy whose name alone is fitting for the Halloween launch, Oslim the Deathless Bloodmage. It also packs in a new weapon – dual Infinity Blades – after beating Oslim the Creepy, and two new sets of armor. The update makes it possible for players to return to past quests and re-introduces Holiday Helms, beginning with the Pumpkin Helm. Soul...
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  • Final Fantasy Agito teaser trailer a-go-go

    Final Fantasy Agito teaser trailer a-go-go

    This teaser trailer for Final Fantasy Agito doesn't give much away, so best to refresh what we do know about the mobile RPG: Agito is free-to-play, coming to iOS and Android this winter in Japan, and is set in the world of Japan-only PSP entry FF Type-0. One thing this trailer reiterates, though, is the lack of news on Agito coming west. Type-0 famously stayed Japan-exclusive, so we have our doubts Agito will cross the ocean. On the other hand, major mobile FF games do tend to get localized...
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  • Call of Duty: Strike Team ducks out of cover onto iOS

    Call of Duty: Strike Team ducks out of cover onto iOS

    A new Call of Duty ambushes us out of nowhere - on iOS no less! Call of Duty: Strike Team is a first-person shooter/squad-based RTS hybrid, out now for iPhone and iPad at $7. Developed by Activision mobile studio The Blast Furnace, Call of Duty: Strike Team puts players in an squad of operatives sent to deal with the latest worldwide conflict in which the US has become embroiled. That's a brief synopsis of the single-player campaign, while there's also a Horde-like survival mode that's integrated with leaderboards. I had a very quick go with the game's first mission...
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  • Star Wars: Force Collection out now for iOS, Android

    Star Wars: Force Collection out now for iOS, Android

    Collectible card game Star Wars: Force Collection is available now for Android and iOS devices. The Konami-published game is free-to-play and features 230 characters from the galaxy far, far away. The game requires an online connection for both multiplayer and Han Solo play. If you're slightly confused about how Konami is launching a Star Wars game after EA received exclusive rights in May, remember that Disney (which owns the franchise) did retain rights to certain mobile, social, tablet and online games. And here you go...
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  • Amazon developing Android console to release this year (Rumor)

    Amazon developing Android console to release this year (Rumor)

    Online retail giant Amazon will enter the Android console market later this year, according to Game Informer sources. In a brief report, the site claims people with "knowledge of the in-development hardware" said the Amazon console will have its own controller, will use Amazon's own library of Android apps, and will "most likely" be available by Black Friday. Meanwhile, GamesBeat notes it's "heard rumblings" of the console, including one developer's report that Amazon exhibited a version of it recently. However, GamesBeat also says a couple of sources weren't sure...
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  • The Drowning: free, creepy, and on iOS today

    The Drowning: free, creepy, and on iOS today

    Scattered Entertainment has launched free horror shooter The Drowning on iOS today. Set after an apocalyptic event that has turned millions of humans into monsters, The Drowning forgoes traditional virtual joysticks for a control scheme driven by taps and swipes. Everything from movement to shooting in the game can be performed with no greater than two fingers, as seen in this developer diary starring former DICE and ngmoco Sweden head, Ben Cousins. The Drowning is optimized for iPhone 5...
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  • Shadowrun Returns review: Hack the planet

    Shadowrun Returns review: Hack the planet

    There is no single word in the English language more objectively radical than "cyberpunk." One could even describe the word as "awesome" or "gnarly" or any number of other terms that really should have died off around the time MTV stopped playing music videos. Cyberpunk may not have been invented in the 1990s, but it's the perfect symbol for the goofy excesses of the decade. At one point, the sort of techno-fetishist fantasy seen in the Shadowrun pen and paper game was the height...
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  • Apple developer site hacked, names and addresses possibly compromised

    Apple's developer website was hacked last week, according to an email sent to developers. The website reportedly went down for maintenance on Thursday, July 18. "Last Thursday, an intruder attempted to secure personal information of our registered developers from our developer website," the email reads. "Sensitive personal information was encrypted and cannot be accessed, however, we have not been able to rule out the possibility that some developers' names, mailing addresses, and/or email addresses may have been accessed." Apple pulled the Developer Center site...
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  • Deus Ex: The Fall patch restores missing gunplay

    Deus Ex: The Fall patch restores missing gunplay

    Deus Ex: The Fall is now playable, in full, on any iOS device, regardless of its jailbroken status. When The Fall launched earlier this month, it included a surprise feature that blocked all guns from firing on jailbroken devices. Square Enix never announced this feature beforehand, so some players were miffed (and out $7). Jailbreaking opens a phone up for customization not intended by the provider and it voids a device's warranty, but it's not illegal. Today's patch removes this feature and allows guns to fire on all...
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  • Angry Birds: Star Wars 2 announced, crashes in September 19

    Angry Birds: Star Wars 2 announced, crashes in September 19

    Rovio has just announced Angry Birds: Star Wars 2, which will fling into mobile devices around the world on September 19. As teased last week, the game will incorporate new birds and elements from the Star Wars prequels. As the great and powerful Yogurt said in the 1987 classic Spaceballs, "Merchandising, merchandising, where the real money from the movie is made....
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  • Worms 3 unearthed as mobile exclusive

    Worms 3 unearthed as mobile exclusive

    Those crazy invertebrates at Team 17 - the characters, not the staff - continue their assault on 2013 with the announcement of Worms 3 for mobiles. Hot on the tail-end of the Worms: Clan Wars reveal, the UK studio announced mobile exclusive Worms 3, bombarding iPhones and iPads in Q3. Worms 3 features online asynchronous multiplayer - meaning you can take your turn at your leisure - as well as local pass-and-play scuffles. The game introduces a new class system too, featuring Soldier, Scout, Scientist, and...
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  • More iOS App Store anniversary goodies: Angry Birds Star Wars, Dead Space, and more

    Apple's celebration of the iOS App Store's five year anniversary continues with more free/discounted games with which to smudge up that capacitive touchscreen. In addition to the stuff that was made free yesterday, Chopper, Peggle, Dead Space, Mirror's Edge, Flight Control and Angry Birds Star Wars are now available at no cost. Moreover, the iPad version of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has been discounted to $5, though its mysterious monetary adjustment may not be directly related to Apple's...
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  • EA: upcoming tablets and phones will rival Xbox 360 and PS3 graphics

    Not long ago, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot proclaimed that second screen mobile apps were "the future". Ubisoft managing director Nicolas Rioux expects "to have mostly the same engine running on tablet and the main console" three or four years from now. EA is in firm agreement with these sentiments, it seems. In an E3 interview with IGN, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau stated that "in the near future, the next wave of tablets and phones will have nearly Xbox 360 or PS3 capabilities in terms of graphics". "Some of our engine technology that used to be console-specific...
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  • Layton Brothers out on iOS today

    Layton Brothers out on iOS today

    Professor Layton series developer Level-5 has launched Layton Brothers Mystery Room, a crime-solving "interactive mystery novella" for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Layton Brothers stars Inspector Alfendi Layton and his assistant Detective Constable Lucy Baker, who must work together to solve a series of grisly murders. Players will need to carefully examine crime scenes for clues in order to sniff out suspects and establish motives. Layton Brothers also seems to share the same quirky charm that defined the Professor Layton series; as part of the game's first case...
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  • Plants vs. Zombies 2 delayed until 'later in the summer'

    Plants vs. Zombies 2 delayed until 'later in the summer'

    Plants vs. Zombies 2 has hit a wall-nut and won't launch on July 18 as intended. According to game's official Twitter account, the continuing battle between flora and undead won't continue until "later in the summer. "In follow-up tweets, PopCap notes the game will still launch on "Apple products first," as it was originally announced and scheduled for iOS. After that, more braaaaains will be found on other platforms. It is the PopCap (and EA) way...
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  • Bam Fu taps into the iOS, Android markets for free

    Bam Fu taps into the iOS, Android markets for free

    Bam fu, the next game from Fingle developer Game Oven Studios, is available right now for free on iOS and Android devices. It's a fast-paced multiplayer game where each player tries to out-tap his rivals and secure the most pebbles. It's simple, but could settle some pretty major arguments. Game Oven is already at work on a side project, which the team aims to spend just one week developing. It's a minimalistic, two-player-only game that Game Oven founder Adriaan de Jongh teases with the following image...
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  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic coming to iPad

    Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic coming to iPad

    It's official – check out the press release for Knights of the Old Republic on iPad below. Classic BioWare RPG Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is coming to iPad, as revealed by a review that came seemingly out of nowhere on IGN. The site mentions the pause-and-play combat works great, while character movement is clunky. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which weighs in a 1.98 GB, costs $9.99 through the App Store. "Being able to bring one of the most beloved Star Wars games to iPad for such a momentous event is an incredible honor...
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  • Sid Meier's Ace Patrol review: Strategy simplified

    Sid Meier's Ace Patrol review: Strategy simplified

    There's a certain stigma attached to strategy games, where deep systems and mechanics can hoist a sky-high barrier for the uninitiated. Sid Meier's Ace Patrol sidesteps these stigmas, presenting a turn-based experience so simple that even the strategically challenged will be able to play and excel. Designed for iOS devices, Ace Patrol is a dogfighting game set in WWI. With a series of taps, intense air combat is engaged over a battlefield of hexagonal grids. Using these taps, players execute everything from strafing to swooping dives...
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