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
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
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, 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
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
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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EA: upcoming tablets and phones will rival Xbox 360 and PS3 graphicsNot 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 now can, with modifications, be able to power games on tablets and on phones in the near future," he said. "We're just getting ready for that."
It won't just be a simple case of porting over the console version of the game, however. "You have to redesign the game," Gibeau said. "You can't just bring it over and have a virtual D-pad on the tablet. It doesn't work. You have to re-architect it around touch, voice, camera.
"Our teams are having a lot of fun with that, reimagining an experience on a tablet using the same graphics and assets in some ways, but completely remixing the meal. Same ingredients, completely different meal. That's kind of the way we think about it." Right, because you can totally bake a cake using the ingredients for a salad.
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