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  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – Stunt Bikes, Catbugs, and Baseball

    It’s not every week a more than 15-year -old franchise makes a comeback, but that is what happened this week with the release of R.B.I. Baseball ’14. We also have the third episode in Telltales’ engrossing The Wolf Among Us and a free-to-play Trials. Fly Catbug Fly Developer: Frederator... More
  • Blog Post: Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff Coming To Mobile Next Week

    Despite the show's questionable overlap with the world of video games, a new Family Guy video game is on the way. The free to play game arrives next week on both iOS and Android devices, and tasks players with rebuilding the town of Quahog after it is destroyed by a giant chicken. Previous Family... More
  • Blog Post: Amazon Announces Amazon Fire TV Media Device

    At an event today in New York City, Amazon announced its long anticipated media device. The Amazon Fire TV is a small box featuring a quad-core processor and a dedicated GPU similar to those found in smartphones. The Amazon Fire TV also includes 2 GB of RAM, dual-band WiFi, and comes with its own remote... More
  • Blog Post: Terraria Surpasses One Million Downloads On Mobile And Console

    Developer Re-Logic has shared some impressive milestone numbers for all of its non-PC versions of Terraria. Across Android and iOS, Terraria has sold more than 1.3 million copies. Across Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Vita, Terraria has sold had a combined 1 million copies. The mobile version of the game... More
  • Blog Post: Flappy Bird Returning To Mobile App Stores Eventually

    Dong Nguyen, the creator and destroyer of Flappy Bird, is apparently planning to revive the game, but he won't share when. A fan asked Nguyen on twitter if he is planning to bring the game back to the App store to which he replied, "Yes, but not soon." @painfullpacman Yes. But not soon... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Amazon Console Will Resemble Chromecast, Stream PC Games

    The rumors are flying hot and heavy regarding Amazon's entry into the video game console market. The latest revolves around the unit size, and possible ability to stream PC games. The report comes from TechCrunch, which states that the "console" will actually be a dongle - similar to Google's... 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: Witcher Developer CD Projekt Preparing To Announce Mobile Game

    CD Projekt RED, the developer behind the Witcher series (pictured above), will announce a mobile game very soon. Originally reported as a rumor by Eurogamer , the developer confirmed to the site that a standalone team has been working on a mobile game for a year and it will be announced soon. According... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Images Of Amazon Bluetooth Controller Appear

    Last year, we reported on Amazon’s plans to develop its own Android-based set-top box for games and media. In that report, we indicated the company was in the process of developing its own controller. Images, obtained from Brazil's FCC-equivalent organization , show a controller with Android... More
  • Blog Post: New Angry Birds Game Is An RPG

    The new Angry Birds game that is getting an “ epic soft launch " has become a bit more defined today. Titled Angry Birds Epic, Rovio's next entry in the series will be a turn-based, adventure RPG. Crafting will play a large role in Angry Birds Epic, and will possibly be used to as a hook... More
  • Blog Post: Ouya Everywhere Partners With Mad Catz's MOJO Microconsole

    Just when you thought Ouya's business strategy couldn't get any more confusing. Today, Ouya announced that it will be partnering with Mad Catz and its MOJO Android-powered microconsole. This deal is part of Ouya's new "Ouya Everywhere" program which will bring Ouya games to other... More
  • Blog Post: Mobile Needs 'More Devs Who Believe In Gamers,' Says The Room Developer Fireproof Games

    As mobile games continue to trend toward free-to-play, one developer is touting the success of its premium titles in the space. Fireproof Games, which released horror-tinged puzzler The Room in 2012 and a sequel in 2013, has shared sales numbers that defy conventional industry wisdom. “Well today... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Xbox Live Expanding Further Into The iOS And Android Space

    A new report points to Microsoft expanding its iOS and Android Xbox Live implementation beyond its SmartGlass applications. According to a report from The Verge , and a since removed job posting from Microsoft's job site , Microsoft has plans to push the Xbox platform further into mobile devices... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – Disco, Lasers, and Legos

    The big news this week is the announcement of a mobile-exclusive Tony Hawk skateboarding game , though details at this point are scarce. While we all wait to live out our skateboarding fantasies on the go, you can check out some of this week’s notable mobile game releases. Beyond Space Developer... More
  • Blog Post: The Room 2 Now Available On Android

    Fireproof Games released The Room in 2012, and the clever mobile puzzle game spawned countless clones that failed to live up to the original. Thankfully, the developer managed to hit the bullseye a second time with The Room 2 last December, and now Android users can get in on the fun as well. The Room... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – R-Type 2, Radiohead’s New “Game” and More

    There's an eclectic mix of interesting games coming out this week. From classic shoot 'em ups to audiovisual worlds to card games, there's plenty of choices to suit your tastes this week. R-Type II Developer: Irem, DotEmu Platform: iOS , Android Price: $1.99 This week’s most notable... More
  • Blog Post: Rovio Preparing New Angry Birds Announcement For Tomorrow

    Rovio is planning to reveal details about something new for Angry Birds tomorrow. Rovio Teased out a few images today showing slightly colored silhouettes of what appears to be Angry Birds birds on twitter using the hash-tag #NewAngryBirds. Alongside the images it said, "Big adventure with new birds... More
  • Blog Post: Unsung Story Devs Dig Into Story, Gameplay Details

    There are only a few days remaining for Unsung Story's Kickstarter, which would bring the iOS/Android tactical RPG to PC. The latest update features a fan Q&A with creator Yasumi Matsuno, who's known for his work on games including Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre. The update is a trove... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – Snow, Toads, and Final Fantasy

    Heavy-hitters like Final Fantasy and The Wolf Among Us Episode Two landed on the mobile scene this week, but there are plenty of other titles worthy of your attention. Check them out in This Week In Mobile. Final Fantasy VI Developer: Square Enix Platform: Android , iOS Price: $15.99 Originally released... More
  • Blog Post: Tiny Death Star Update Adds New Missions, Weekly Events

    Aside from some minor tweaks and a special holiday event, there haven't been a whole lot of changes to Tiny Death Star since its November release. Now Disney Mobile is launching its first major content update sometime today. The update will include weekly timed special events similar to the holiday... More
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