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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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  • 'Soul Fjord' is Airtight's next game, Ouya exclusive

    'Soul Fjord' is Airtight's next game, Ouya exclusive

    The next game from designer Kim Swift and Airtight Games (Quantum Conundrum) will be Soul Fjord. Fusing '70s funk with Norse mythology, the game stars Magnus Jones, an afro-sporting Viking, who makes his way through procedurally generated dungeons and engages in rhythm-based combat. And if you were wondering: yes, this is Airtight's Ouya-exclusive project that was announced earlier this year. Swift referred to it as a "console exclusive" when speaking to IGN, so it's possible that mobile and PC ports are still on the table...
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  • Star Command boldly sets launch date for this Thursday

    Star Command boldly sets launch date for this Thursday

    Star Command is finally ready to explore the stars this Thursday, May 2, on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Developer Warballoon notes the Android version is set to leave space dock next, followed by PC. The ambitious mobile project first appeared on federation sensors in 2011 when it created a Kickstarter to up its budget and test the waters for an Android port. Justin Coombs, designer and art director at the Boulder-based developer, told us at the time, "We don't want Star Command to be a good mobile game, we want it to be just...
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  • Prince of Persia: The Shadow and The Flame leaps to mobile 'soon'

    Prince of Persia: The Shadow and The Flame leaps to mobile 'soon'

    A remake of Prince of Persia: The Shadow and The Flame is coming to mobile platforms soon, Ubisoft announced today. Prince of Persia: The Shadow and The Flame features modernized graphics and enhanced sound, plus the option of two control methods: virtual buttons (oh boy) and a gesture-based interface. Ubisoft Pune,the studio responsible for Prince of Persia Classic HD...
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  • Angry Birds: Star Wars free through Starbucks

    Angry Birds: Star Wars free through Starbucks

    You don't really have to care about Star Wars or Angry Birds in order to try Angry Birds: Star Wars. It's Starbucks' free app of the week, so there's not much investment required on your part. Don't worry, you don't even need to care enough to get up and go to Starbucks. While codes for the game are available on cards in stores, you can also get a free copy of Angry Birds: Star Wars through the Starbucks app. Although a bit of coffee might help with your motivation problem...
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  • Worms 2: Armageddon now on Android

    Worms 2: Armageddon now on Android

    Worms 2: Armageddon is now available on Android, three years after the game originally hit mobile platforms by way of iOS in 2010. Worms aren't known for being the most expedient creatures. The game costs $4.99/£2.99/€3.99, depending on your geographical location, and is available through both Google Play and Amazon's Appstore for Android, for folks with a Kindle Fire. Like its previous incarnations, Armageddon on Android features 30 single-player missions and multiplayer support for two players via Wi-Fi or up to four local players, in addition to 12 gameplay...
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  • Fist Face Fight throws down April 18 on iOS, Android

    Fist Face Fight throws down April 18 on iOS, Android

    Jared Bailey of developer Nocanwin has confirmed to Joystiq that Fist Face Fight will be available on Thursday, April 18. Fist Face Fight will be a free download on both Android and iOS devices, ad-supported with in-app purchases of in-game currency. Any in-app purchase will disable advertisements permanently. Fist Face Fight is a self-described "frenetic physics based arena combat game" in which you defend your heart by punching back waves of encroaching ninja. They want your heart; punch them...
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  • Angry Birds Friends flying coming soon to iOS, Android

    Angry Birds Friends flying coming soon to iOS, Android

    Facebook app Angry Birds Friends is coming back to where it all started with an imminent iOS and Android release. Angry Birds Friends is the flustered, feathered experience you've come to know and love/hate/become numb to, but with a dollop of Facebook integration on top; you can invite Facebook friends to play, gift each other power-ups, take part in weekly tournaments, and so on. The mobile version is based around these features too, although creator Rovio didn't say how exactly the port is different from the Facebook app. The Finnish...
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  • Badland available now on iOS

    Badland available now on iOS

    Badland, the silhouette platformer by the ex-RedLynx team Frogmind, is out on iOS today. Players tap to jump and flap in order to fly through "40 truly unique levels and more coming in updates." A multiplayer mode crowds up to four people around the same screen, fighting to survive and pushing one another out of the way. The iTunes page for Badland advertises its status as a "Universal app with no [in-app purchases] (player gets the whole game experience optimized to all of his/her iOS devices)." Like Ridiculous Fishing (and every game up until recently!) your purchase gets...
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  • Injustice iOS out now

    Injustice iOS out now

    The Injustice: Gods Among Us mobile app, announced during last week's GDC, is available now on the App Store. The game is a fighter meets collectible card game and is a companion piece to the Injustice console version. Setting up a WBID (which will also be used for the upcoming Infinite Crisis) will grant access to unlock and share items between the mobile and console versions. The iOS edition is a free-to-play download that works on recent Apple and Wayne Tech devices...
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  • Frozen Synapse makes a move for iPad in May, Android after

    Frozen Synapse makes a move for iPad in May, Android after

    Mode 7's tactical game Frozen Synapse is coming to the iPad, with a slated launch some time in May, Joint Managing Director Paul Taylor has revealed. A port to Android tablets is planned for after the iPad launch – on both platforms, Taylor says the price will be "competitive." Cross-play between iOS, Android and the desktop version "is definitely happening," Taylor says. Players will be able to start a match on one device, then resume their turns on other platforms; the 'Red' DLC adding co-op play and new missions will...
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  • Magicka Wizards of the Square Tablet out now on iOS, Android

    Magicka Wizards of the Square Tablet out now on iOS, Android

    Magicka: Wizards of the Square Tablet launched on iOS and Android this week for $1.99. The game features up to four-player cross-platform cooperative multiplayer action, as well as a campaign mode that's new to the series. Paradox Interactive recently announced Magicka: Wizard Wars, a PC game in development by Paradox's new Stockholm studio that is definitely not a MOBA. Developed by Ludosity, Magicka: Wizards of the Square Tablet was originally going to be called "Wizards of Relatively Square Tablets" until everyone realized that...
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  • Sonic Dash goes free on the App Store, adds daily challenges

    Sonic Dash goes free on the App Store, adds daily challenges

    Hardlight Studio's endless runner Sonic Dash is now free on the App Store, a significant price cut from its $1.99 price when it launched March 7. According to the developer's Twitter account, those that already bought the game will receive 10 revive tokens for free to make up for the price change. Sonic Dash also received an update recently that added daily challenges to the game, which will reward players with content such as Red Star Rings and new characters. The game was also tweaked to fix balance issues with some obstacles and improve its performance...
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  • Amazon's Cloud Drive Photos for Android gets auto-save feature and more

    Despite being a little too busy scooping up companies and striking new streaming deals, Amazon hasn't exactly been overlooking its set of mobile and desktop applications. Most recently, the online retail behemoth announced a refresh was on hand for Cloud Drive Photos on Android, providing users of said app with an auto-save option that, as you likely guessed, allows pics to be automatically uploaded to ones cloud account -- this, according to Amazon, was "the most requested feature from our customers." Better yet, version 1.2 also brings camera integration...
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  • IDC: Samsung extends lead over Apple in smartphone marketshare

    IDC: Samsung extends lead over Apple in smartphone marketshare

    Right heels of too many financial reports and yet more smartphone research, IDC has weighed in with its own thoughts and analysis, noting that demand for smartphones is -- unsurprisingly -- not letting up. While the global market for mobile phones grew by 1.9 percent in the last quarter, "strong holiday smartphone sales" meant that units shipped were almost equal that of cheaper feature phones. 219.4 million smartphones shipped -- 45.5 percent of all phone shipments -- was slightly below IDC's optimistic predictions for Q4, but it's still been a notable quarter...
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  • Facebook starts turning on free voice calls for iPhone users in the US

    Earlier this month word got out that Facebook was trialing a free voice calling feature in Canada. We said that, if those tests went well, the company would expand to the US. Well, things must have gone swimmingly because, just two weeks later, American customers are starting to see the same feature turn up in the Messenger app. After updating to the latest version, just tap the "i" icon in the top right hand corner while viewing a conversation with a person and you'll see a button for a "free call." The voice call needs to be made over WiFi, however, so don't expect to completely...
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  • Asus says it's interested in making a Windows Phone

    Asus says it's interested in making a Windows Phone

    An Asus exec has revealed to the Wall Street Journal that his company is "in talks" with Microsoft to license Windows Phone 8. Talk is cheap, of course, but at this point WP8 is much in need of friends and it's interesting to contemplate what Asus might do with the OS, given that manufacturer's penchant for quirky form factors. Speaking of which, the same executive -- VP Benson Lin -- brought up the notion of a Padfone-style modular device based on Windows...
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  • Groupon Payments comes to Android, starts catching up to Square

    Groupon Payments comes to Android, starts catching up to Square

    Use Groupon Payments for your business? You just got a little more choice -- the popular deal broker just updated its Android app to support credit card transactions. The update brings the fledgling payment service a little closer to Square, which has been available on Android since 2010. If the iOS rates hold, swiping plastic through Groupon Merchants will set retailers back a mere $0.15 per transaction, plus 1.8 percent of the charge for Visa, MasterCard and Discover, or three percent for American Express. The update also boasts improved analytics...
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  • TourWrist puts a twist on the photo sphere (hands-on video)

    TourWrist puts a twist on the photo sphere (hands-on video)

    You've heard of Instagram, right? Are you familiar with Microsoft's Photosynth and Google's Photo Sphere on Nexus phones and tablets? How about Apple's brilliant continuous-scan panorama mode on iOS devices? Well mash all this up and you get TourWrist, an app / social network for sharing photo spheres. The app started life as a social network for virtual tourism and gained one million users since launching in 2010. Here in Las Vegas, the company just launched the latest version of TourWrist with a focus on capturing photos spheres...
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  • Game Boy repurposed as an Android gamepad, adds retro flair to your mobile gaming

    Many of us whiled away untold hours of our youth mashing the D-pad, A and B buttons of the original Game Boy, which is why we've seen many hacks using its iconic hardware. Gaming on mobile touchscreens isn't nearly so tactilely pleasing as that portable, however, so nostalgic modder Chad Boughton decided to swap out his GB's dot-matrix display for the Super AMOLED of a Galaxy Nexus. He first removed the screen and trimmed the chassis so that a GNex case could be bolted flush with the rest of the body. The more involved part...
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  • Nvidia launches Shield Android games console (video)

    Nvidia launches Shield Android games console (video)

    Nvidia has surprised Android gaming geeks with the Shield, a new console-controller hybrid that comes packing the new Tegra 4 processor. The new Nvidia Android device is capable of pushing 4K video to a 4K capable TV and combines a touchscreen with buttons, d-pads and joysticks in a palm-sized clamshell form factor. With five to ten hours of gameplay (or 24 hours of hi-def video) and audio skills that should help Shield to sound as satisfyingly bass-filled as a Beats Audio laptop, Shield also rocks HDMI, microUSB and a microSD...
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  • BBC Sport app launches for iOS in the UK, Android version promised 'soon'

    Just in the nick of time for the F1 season starting in March, not to mention this year's other imminent sporting pleasures, an all-new BBC Sport has landed at the App Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Its creators promise it'll deliver the latest scores, stats, news and analysis, all mixed in with commentary from Radio 5 Live and on-demand video highlights to help bring events to life. If you're in the UK, check it out for free at the source link. An Android version is also in the works, but as to whether it'll get here in time for the Six Nations rugby...
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  • OpenCL mod for the Kindle Fire HD reveals untapped graphics potential (video)

    As neat as the Kindle Fire HD already is, just a few dinky tweaks could turn it into so much more -- a platform for true physics-based gaming, for example, or even for surprisingly fast photo manipulation. How come? Because both the 8.9-inch and 7-inch versions of the Android-based slate come with a graphics engine that can handle OpenCL acceleration. It certainly won't work out of the box, but Amazon has been working quietly with Imagination Technologies -- the folks behind the tablet's PowerVR GPU -- to try it out. The demo after the break is subtle...
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  • New services bypass Apple DRM to allow pirated iOS app installs without jailbreaking

    Late last year, the closure of the uber-popular Installous marked the end of a promiscuous era in iOS app piracy. Now, several new services are on the rise that are filling the gap and offering easy installation of pirated apps, even on devices that have not been jailbroken. The two that have risen to the forefront are Zeusmos and Kuaiyong. While the former has been around for a few months, it has gained significant steam since the exit of Installous. The latter has appeared seemingly from nowhere over the past couple of weeks...
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  • iOS Do Not Disturb bug gives some users the gift of silence on New Year's Day

    If you're running iOS 6, your smartphone, media player or tablet may be taking a bit longer than usual to shake that post-party hangover. Users are reporting that the latest Apple OS' Do Not Disturb feature remains engaged even after its scheduled period has ended, with the misstep linked to January 1st. As you can see in the screenshot above, the feature fails to flip off automatically, as confirmed by the crescent icon beside the current time -- adjusting the date does seem to offer a temporary fix. When enabled, Do Not Disturb flips the device to silent mode...
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  • 'Leaked' BlackBerry 10 info shows video chat and screen sharing in BBM and more

    Top dog at RIM Thorsten Heins heavily implied that video chat would be added to BBM when BlackBerry 10 showed up, and now possible confirmation of the feature has come from what are thought to be leaked presentation slides. Originating on CrackBerry's forums, the images have been taken down on various sites, leading us to believe they're legit and that strongly worded requests have led to their removal. Not only do they suggest BBM video chat is coming to BB10, but also the ability to screen share during these video calls. Another slide details...
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  • Santa crammed more tablets than smartphones into Christmas stockings

    Assuming you were a non-naughty-lister who didn't get the proverbial coal lump, it looks like that gift under the tree was more likely a tablet than a phone this Noël, according to Flurry. The analytics outfit said that just over half of December 25th activations were slates, and we can't imagine too many gift-getters letting their new devices fester in a box over the big day. Overall activations more than doubled from last Christmas, and were up 332 percent on that single day from the first 20 days of December, combined. As might be expected, Apple...
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