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The folks over at Cartoon Network Studios have put together a brand new mobile game but, surprisingly enough, it isn’t based on any of the studios existing hit properties. Instead, it’s a wholly original game called OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo, and it arrives today on mobile.
Do you remember the surprising and wildly successful Kim Kardashian game that released on mobile platforms a couple years ago? Well, mobile gaming developer Glu Mobile is at it again, and this time Taylor Swift is getting her own mobile game.
It looks like Nintendo is finally ready to take its first big step onto a new platform, announcing a launch window for its mobile game, Miitomo, as well as a brand-spanking-new rewards program called My Nintendo.
Ubisoft has revealed a brand new take on the Assassin's Creed franchise. While rumors run amok that they won't be releasing a major title in the brand this fall for PC, Xbox One and PS4, the company has made it clear that new Assassin's Creed games are still coming out this year even if they aren't major releases.
Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced that a new Digimon gamed called Digimon Heroes has launched for iOS and Android devices for free. The match-3 card battle game puts players in the role of battling other Digimon to become the best in the world.
Mobile gaming has been taking the video game industry by storm lately, with major companies like Konami completely changing gears to appeal to a mobile audience. But if you’re a console gamer who’s interested in learning about what new and upcoming mobile games to look forward to, well we’ve got a treat for you.
Face it, life can get pretty boring without video games. But with the rise in new technology, some developers have been working to “gamify” your life, or to bring the video gaming into real life. Some might argue your ability to differentiate between reality and fiction will be blurred, but then those people have never spent hours playing Skyrim or Fallout 4. Check out these five apps and websites that work to turn your life into a video game.
If you knew me, you’d know I’m a pretty disorganized person. But really, I’m not. Like many of those plagued by an incessant need to keep things messy and cluttered, I find a solace in my mess. Despite being cluttered, I never seem to lose things. And yet, when I clean, I lose everything. That was until I discovered an app that more or less changed the way I go about organizing my life.
The soundtrack for The Banner Saga perfectly aligns with the beauty in the artwork of the game. Composed by Grammy award-nominated Austin Wintory, you will soon be able to listen to the music on vinyl.
The Pathfinder Adventures card game has found a huge market on game tables across the world and, soon, the teams at Obsidian and Paizo hope to see that success translate over to the virtual market with a digital release of the game.
Zen Studios have added another pair of tables to their Star Wars Pinball and Zen Pinball 2 lineup, taking players on a trek through the latest movie in the (once again beloved) sci-fi movie franchise, The Force Awakens. And as is pretty much standard for Zen these days, both tables are excellent.
One of the hottest tabletop games of 2014, Exploding Kittens, is officially being turned into a six-player mobile game for iOS. Oh, and it’ll be here in, like, two days.
A new app called Sound Scouts developed by cmee4 Productions and made in collaboration with the National Acoustic Laboratories is designed to help aid in recognizing hearing loss in kids at early ages, as well as identify and provide information to thwart any further hearing problems as they get older.
During the golden era of PC adventure games like MYST, Sanitarium, American McGee’s Alice and Goosebumps: Escape From Horrorland, gaming was defined by a gripping narrative and an adventure you only wish you were cool enough to find yourself on.
Nintendo has announced that they have a year-long celebration planned for the 20th anniversary of the Pokemon brand. Things will kick off with a series of new products, Pokemon-themed accessories and plenty of new games and toys releasing throughout 2016 for the Nintendo 3DS, mobile devices and the Nintendo Wii U.