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  • Blog Post: New Update Brings Hitman 2-Inspired Levels To Hitman Go

    The St. Petersburg Stakeout update to Hitman Go, the mobile spinoff of the popular series of stealth games, will add 9 new levels inspired by Hitman 2: Silent Assassin and cloud-saving functionality to the game. Starting today, the new levels can be unlocked in-game by completing a number of mission... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – Slash, Smash, Crash

    This week’s mobile highlights offer a good spread of genres and styles of play. From side-scrolling shooting to strategic trading card gameplay, there’s something for players of all speeds. Hail to the King: Deathbat Developer: Subscience Studios Platform: iOS , Android Price: $4.99 Hail... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – RPGs, Zombies, and Match Threes

    This week's mobile offerings include ports of a couple of ports of popular RPG titles, some variations on the match three puzzle genre, and, of course, some zombie racing. Terra Battle Developer: Mistwalker Corporation Platforms: iOS , Android Price: Free (In-App Purchases) Terra Battle is the newest... More
  • Blog Post: Mistwalker's Terra Battle Is Available Today

    The free-to-play RPG Terra Battle from Mistwalker came out today on iOS and Android. The studio is led by Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, so role-playing fans might want to check it out. Even with its illustrious origins, Terra Battle is a deviation from the RPG standard. You can read more... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Quest II Now Available For iOS And Android Devices

    As promised, Square Enix is rolling out another Dragon Quest title for mobile devices. The latest entry to hit touchscreen devices is Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line. The second in the series was originally released in 1987 in Japan, making its way to North America in 1990 as Dragon... More
  • Blog Post: Get A Free Booster Pack For The Pokémon Trading Card Game

    The Pokémon Company has offered us a free digital booster pack for the Pokémon Trading Card Game for our readers. All you need in order to redeem it is a free account for the game. You can create an account and sign into the Pokémon TCG on PC or iPad. Once you have gotten to the... More
  • Blog Post: Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Terra Battle Comes To Mobile Devices October 9

    During PAX in late August, we had a chance to sit down with Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi to check out his upcoming mobile game . Terra Battle is a new take on mobile RPGs, with a grid-based strategy system that will have your fingers dancing across the glass . In order to do damage, you’ll... More
  • 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: This Week In Mobile – Brevity, Bravery, And Beats

    This week’s list features games on both ends of the “pick up and play” spectrum, ranging from a card-based RPG roguelike grinder to a 10-minute-long typing game. Choose wisely (though with this list, it’d be kind of hard not to). I am a Brave Knight Developer: Tree Interactive... More
  • Blog Post: The Banner Saga Waves Its Flag On iOS

    Stoic has announced that its Kickstarted strategy title The Banner Saga has arrived on iOS. The conversion to mobile devices was a partnership with indie publisher Versus Evil. The Banner Saga is a strategy RPG with a Viking theme, which we quite liked when it arrived in January 2014. You can read our... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon Trading Card Game Comes To United States iPads On September 30

    The long wait is over, Pokémon Trainers. The digital version of the popular trading card game arrives on iPads tomorrow, September 30. The title was soft-launched in Canada last week, and it’s now spreading to territories across the globe. The digital version of the game connects to your... More
  • Blog Post: The Pokémon Trading Card Game Online Arrives In Canada’s App Store

    In August, The Pokémon Company announced an iPad port of its digital trading card game. Today, Canadians get a crack at it early, as the Pokémon TCG Online is now soft-launched in that territory. If you’re not in Canada, there is still reason to be excited. Soft launches typically... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – Defend, Deceive, Retrieve

    Mobile gamers never have a lack of games to play. Finding a good game to play, however, requires some thinning of the herd. This week’s mobile highlights feature games across several different genres, so we’ve picked out something for just about everyone. Anomaly Defenders Developer: 11 Bit... More
  • Blog Post: Goat Simulator Selling Absurdly Well On iOS, Android

    After being on sale for less than a week, Coffee Stained Studios' ridiculous goat simulation game has hit a major sales milestone. The developer has announced on its blog that Goat Simulator has already sold more than 100,000 copies on iOS and Android. With a $4.99 price tag on both systems, that's... More
  • Blog Post: 2K Returns To The Rink With NHL 2K For iOS & Android

    2K Sports hasn't had a hockey game since NHL 2K11, but Visual Concepts and Virtuos Games are lacing up once again for NHL 2K on iOS and Android. The game comes out in the fall for $7.99, and features a career mode, 3-on-3 mini-rink game, multiplayer, the Winter Classic, a shootout, and more. Roster... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Quest 1 Expected To Land On iOS Tonight

    The English version of Square Enix's Dragon Quest 1 is expected to land on the U.S. App Store this evening, marking the first time in fourteen years that Enix has released the original Dragon Quest in North America. As we confirmed at PAX Prime 2014 , Square Enix has plans to bring more classic Dragon... More
  • Blog Post: MOGA Announces Full-Sized iOS Controller

    When PowerA announced its first iOS controller, the MOGA Ace , in November 2013, the form factor caught us a bit by surprise. Not only did it deviate from MOGA’s traditional design, mimicking console controllers, but it didn’t take advantage of previous innovation. The MOGA Rebel is a step... More
  • Blog Post: EA Working On Wearable Gaming Technology That Could Be Moved Over To Apple Watch

    Apple only officially announced its Apple Watch today , but Electronic Arts already has ideas for the wearable technology. In an interview with CNET , Frank Gibeau – head of EA's mobile efforts – confirmed the company's interest in Apple's new device. Gibeau said that EA has two... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Game Series Should Get A Mobile Release?

    There is a lot of room in the mobile space for many of today's popular franchises. Let's explore some of the ways developers could translate their favorite series over to a mobile market. Indie developer Team Meat, recently debuted Super Meat Boy Forever at this year’s PAX. The game is... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock Priced For iOS, Launching Tonight

    BioShock's port to iOS was announced earlier this month, and now we know when we will be able to play it. The game will be $14.99 and should be showing up in iTunes tonight. The iOS version of the game will offer controller support, but you will also be able to play the game using the touchscreen... More
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