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  • Blog Post: Disney Torpedoes Tiny Death Star Without Alerting Developer Nimblebit In Advance

    Disney has removed two Star Wars titles from the Apple and Google storefronts after both were in service for less than a year. Both Tiny Death Star (a partnership with Nimblebit) and Star Wars Assault Team are no longer available. Tiny Death Star was introduced in November 2013 (eleven months ago) and... More
  • Blog Post: Google Play Update To Allow Cross-Platform Multiplayer With iOS

    A new update to Google Play game services will make it easier for developers to create games that support multi-platform mobile multiplayer. Google Play's back-end tools have received an update that allows developers to manage leader boards and achievements across platforms, as well as support multiplayer... More
  • Blog Post: Hero Academy Now Available On Android Devices

    PC and iOS players have been selfishly enjoying the competitive strategy of Robot Entertainment's Hero Academy without sharing, but now Android players will be able to finally play the game. If you're unfamiliar with the game, it plays out similarly to chess, with competing players taking turns... More
  • Blog Post: Game Informer Google Play Magazine Edition Now Part Of Digital Subscription

    In celebration of today's Call of Duty: Ghosts cover announcement , we're pleased to announce that the Google Play Magazine edition of Game Informer is now included in our digital subscription plan via the GameStop Power Up Rewards Pro program and digital-only subscriptions . Joining the current... More
  • Blog Post: Wikipad Gaming Tablet Launches Next Week In US

    Wikipad, Inc. announced today that its Wikipad gaming tablet will launch in the U.S. on June 11th. It will initially be available through Walmart, Best Buy and TigerDirect.com for $249. A UK and worldwide launch is planned for later this summer. The Wikipad, which was originally slated for release last... More
  • Blog Post: Google Introduces Cross-Platform Services For Its Play Platform

    At yesterday's Google I/O event, the search giant announced the availability of new services for Android and iOS game developers. The new Google Play Game Services seeks to rival Apple's Game Center in the Cupertino company's own devices. Google Play Game Services introduces a leaderboard... More
  • Blog Post: Game Informer Grand Theft Auto V Issue Now Live On Google Play

    Our December issue has already been released in print, iOS , PC , and 10-inch Android devices . But now fans of the Google Play Magazine version can get their fix. This Google designed edition can be found here and works on a wider variety of platforms than our 10-inch-only Android app as seen below... More
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