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With American politics at an all-time low, it’s no wonder that game developers are taking to their art to express their discontent with the presidential race. The last time we had a presidential race, social media wasn’t nearly as popular as it is today, but now I see Donald Trump all over my newsfeed on Twitter and Facebook. So it’s no wonder that Trump has also leaked into the video game world. Trump Dump is a mobile game that lets those take their anger out on Trump.
Riot Games has a brand new social app that they've just let loose upon the world via iOS and Android. The app allows players to communicate with friends and stay up to date on what's happening with your team's matches and progress.
There's an all-star team of writers and creators behind the mobile outing of Futurama: A Game of Drones, including some talents behind the property its parodying, The Game of Thrones. The title may be a match-four puzzle game for casual audiences but they still want to infuse some of the show's humor into the final product.
Now before grabbing your pitchfork and heading to the comment section, keep in mind that by “outperform” they're not talking about sales, not by a long shot. By “outperform” the report is talking about actual hardware performance... that mobile devices will be able to match the Xbox One and PS4 in performance.
Telltale Games has been busy working on bringing The Walking Dead fans a new installment into the overwhelmingly successful game series. With the release nearing just around the corner, Telltale has gifted us with six brief minutes of gore and action in The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries.
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.
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.
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.
Heavy metal and video games go together like pancakes and syrup. There's always been this close connection between the two and every so often the universe aligns so that they meet up in perfect harmony (or at least something close to it). In this case, Iron Maiden the rock band will be producing their own video game... for mobile devices.
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.