Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have just disclosed that mobile superhero fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us has gotten a big bad exclusively to the Android and iOS versions of the game: Darkseid.
To celebrate, the game will have a special challenge event taking place in game, giving you a chance to compete in battles that will reward you with an exclusive Gold character card. The challenge will run from March 6 through the 24th.
The Humble Bundle team has released its latest mobile bundle for Android users allowing them to purchase six quality games for any price they want to pay. Out of the six games, two of them can only be unlocked if you decide to purchase the bundle for above its average price.
Every month, thousands of games are published on the Play Store from big and small developers alike. However, not all of them are worth your time, effort and money. Some are filled with IAPs that completely destroy the gameplay and are meant for minting money from the users while others are just poorly made.
To help you save the effort from distinguishing the good games from the bad ones, we list down the top 3 games released on the Play Store in February.
The Amazon Appstore is offering 8 paid games for free today as part of the Amazon Game Pack. This offer is valid only today, so make sure you hit the app hub to download all games mentioned in the list right away. Amazon is also offering its usual free app of the day promotion, which means the users can download a total of 9 paid games for free today.
According to a new report from IDC and App Annie, Android managed to quadruple revenue generated from games in Q4 2013, while iOS doubled its numbers from the same period in 2012. Google Play games reportedly made as much as handheld consoles such as the Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita etc.
Amazon has just announced the expansion of its virtual currency system, Amazon Coins, to the entirety of the Android ecosystem. Amazon Coins were previously limited to users of Amazon’s own Kindle Fire tablets, but now it doesn’t matter what kind of device you have.
Google released five simple games for Glass, the company’s buzz-worthy wearable computing device.
In a post on the Glass Developers blog, a spokesperson wrote, “We hacked together five simple games that experiment with the unique features of Glass and demonstrate some of the possibilities for gaming.”
With Tennis, Balance, Clay Shooter, Matcher, and Shape Splitter, Google is making a play for the profitable mobile game market, one that regularly outpaces both traditional gaming revenue as well as other forms of media.
For gamers, the question of whether Nintendo will/should develop titles for smartphones has been hotly debated in recent weeks — with reports suggesting either way seemingly being shot down on a daily basis.
In a reversal of a previous denial (got that?), Nintendo has now confirmed that it will use smart devices as a platform for apps and promotions, after all — but that there are currently no plans to port core titles over to Android or iOS.
Nintendo is finally ready to swallow its pride and begin developing games and other content for mobile devices, according to a new report from Japan. It’s still unlikely we’ll ever see full Super Mario or Zelda titles, but sources say will will get free mini-games, trailers, and more to promote new Nintendo releases on its own consoles.