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  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile - Surviving Zombies, Wars, And July's Gaming Drought

    Even though we're in a month where new AAA titles are scarce, we can take solace in knowing that there will be always something new to play on our mobile devices. This week we take a look at some re-releases, sequels, and brand new titles. Game of Thrones Ascent Developer: Kongregate Platforms: Android... More
  • Blog Post: 10000000 Creator Announces Social Dueling iOS Game, Smarter Than You

    Luca Redwood, the developer behind the excellent 10000000 and the upcoming You Must Build A Boat , has announced a new upcoming title, Smarter Than You. You can check out a trailer for the game below, which explains its concept in greater detail. It's a versus game with some rock, paper, scissor... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek's Free To Play Mobile Game The Collectables Now Available On iOS

    The Collectables, the free to play card and strategy game from Crytek, is available now for iOS devices. In the game, players control a four-man team on a mission to liberate a series of islands from a hostile military group. You have a deck of cards to augment your team that can used once per mission... More
  • Blog Post: The Room Two Coming Soon To Android And Non-iPad iOS Devices

    The Room Two was one of our favorite iPad games last year , and soon it will be available on new platforms. News of the assorted ports to new platforms comes by way of developer Fireproof Games' official Twitter account. The game will be available for iPhone and iPod touch devices starting on Thursday... More
  • Blog Post: Lords Of Waterdeep Now Available For iOS

    Today, for the very first time, a Dungeons & Dragons themed board game has landed on iOS devices. The award-winning Lords of Waterdeep is now available to download for $6.99 on iTunes . The digital board game is developed by Playdek , best known for the games Agricola, Ascension, and Summoner Wars... More
  • Blog Post: FAA Regulations Changed To Allow Electronics During Takeoff And Landing

    For years, frequent flyers have feared the words, “please turn off and stow all electronic devices.” Moving forward, you will no longer need to stop your game playing, music listening, or eBook reading. “I am pleased to announce that airlines can safely expand passenger use of portable... More
  • Blog Post: Your iPhone And Siri Can Be Used As A Functional Pokédex

    Siri has the option of using Wolfram Alpha , a computational knowledge engine, to help source answers to your queries. It allows the software to pull specific answers to specific questions without having to just provide you a list of Googled websites. Recently, Wolfram Alpha added a wealth of Pokémon... More
  • Blog Post: Ron Gilbert's Scruvy Scallywags is Free Today

    The Monkey Island creator's iOS pirate musical is free today (we assume in honor of National Talk Like a Pirate Day ), and so you should go get the free booty. Like all of Gilbert's work, it's a charming, funny game and well worth your time. Buy it at the iTunes store . Our Take: It's... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade Developers Shocked By The Power Of The iPhone 5S

    Speaking with Polygon , Chair Entertainment's Donald Mustard revealed just how amazed he is by the power of the iPhone 5S . When Mustard and the team at Chair Entertainment got their hands on Apple's new phone, they threw as much processing heavy game elements as they could at the device, and... More
  • Blog Post: Shadow Complex Developer Wants A Sequel

    Chair Entertainment released Shadow Complex on Xbox Live Arcade in 2009. Since then, the developer has been hard at work on the highly successful Infinity Blade series for iOS devices. Chair Entertainment's co-founder and creative director Donald Mustard told GameSpot recently that the studio hasn't... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Launching New iPhones 5C And 5S Next Week

    During Apple's event, the company announced two new iPhones, the 5C and the 5S. The 5C (seen above) is changing the body design of the iPhone with a seamless plastic casing and no joints. The 5C will also be available in a number of different colors including green, white, blue, red, and yellow.... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Press Conference Reveals iOS 7 Release Date

    Today at the Apple Press Conference, the company confirmed that you can download iOS 7 for free starting September 18. The iPhone 4+, iPad 2+, iPad mini, and 5th-gen iPod touch can all get the iOS 7 upgrade. It features a new iTunes radio, where you can create your own stations and express your own musical... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Square Will Enable Guns For Deus Ex: The Fall On Jailbroken Devices

    Update: Square Enix has released a statement stating that an upcoming update to Deus Ex: The Fall will consumers with jailbroken devices to use guns in the game. The statement comes via a story on Joystiq and reads as follows: "We have not been clear in our communication earlier this week when we... More
  • Blog Post: Limbo Heading To iOS, Has Sold Over 3 Million Copies Across All Platforms

    Limbo, the atmospheric puzzle-platformer from PlayDead has released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and most recently Vita , and now it's coming to iOS devices. Along with the iOS announcement, PlayDead revealed that the game has sold over 3 million copies across all of its platforms. The game will... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade II On Sale For 99 Cents

    Epic has just dropped the price of Chair Entertainment's iOS blockbuster Infinity Blade 2 to a measly 99 cents, making this a great time to check out a great mobile game. As part of a "Summer Kick-Off Sale", Epic has dropped the price of Infinity Blade II to under a dollar, just as it once... More
  • Blog Post: All The Gaming News From Apple's WWDC 2013

    Though Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference is not primarily a gaming-focused event, news like this year's announcement of controller support is just as important to the massive mobile gaming scene as anything coming out of E3. No new iPhone was announced, but we were treated to a new... More
  • Blog Post: Puppies, Dungeons, And Siberia - This Week’s Mobile Roundup

    It’s been a slow week in mobile gaming, but I’ve pieced together a few gems that should soothe your brain overload from E3. Hey look, a baby panda… Pet Rescue Saga Developer: King Platforms: Android Price: Free In May, Candy Crush Saga was the most popular video game in the world ... More
  • Blog Post: Lightsabers And Gavels Find Their Way Into This Week's Mobile Lineup

    It’s been some time since we’ve done a weekly mobile roundup, so this edition will actually cover the last few weeks. On deck: KOTOR goes mobile, Warhammer Quest gets a virtual makeover, and more. Start your weekend off right with the following games: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic... More
  • Blog Post: Ron Gilbert Shows Off Scurvy Scallywags

    Following his success as the artichect of DoubleFine's The Cave, Ron Gilbert has once again struck out on a new game development adventure. Scurvy Scallywags, his new iOS project from Beep Games, Inc., is billed as "the match-3 musical, pirate RPG you've been waiting for!" Click through... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Assaults Mobile Platforms With House of the Dead: The Lost Reels

    Sega's House of the Dead has always been a cult favorite for its over-the-top zombie slaying action. Now, you'll be able to play it on your phone or mobile device. House of the Dead: The Lost Reels, features three "remixed" worlds from House of the Dead: Overkill cast (Papa's Palace... More
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