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iPhone, iPad And Android Games On Sale: Sega’s Valentine’s Day Present

Sega announced on its blog that it is offering a number of mobile games at discounted prices from now through Valentine’s Day. Most of them are for iOS, but there are a couple for Android as well. Here’s the full list: iOS Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 (iPad) – $2.99/£1.99 was $4.99/£2.99 Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 (iPhone) …

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The Number of Gamers Is Increasing, Says ParksAssociates.com

According to a study done by ParksAssociates.com, people are really transforming into gamers. The website defines a gamer as an individual in a broadband househols who plays at least one hour per month. The report mentions that 135 million people play at least one hour per month. It seems that most new-comers are attracted to free-to-play games on social media …

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Madden 12 For Android, iPhone On Sale For 99 Cents Ahead Of Super Bowl

Update: The game is on sale for 99 cents on both Android and iOS. EA Sports has decided to reduce the price of Madden 12 for Android ahead of the Super Bowl. It’s usually $4.99, but if you go the Android Market right now, you can grab it for 99 cents. That’s a pretty good deal for the Android version …

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MegaUpload Inspires Indie Game

The strange case of MegaUpload has captured the nation, or at least the Internet. While we wait for the inevitable movie adaptation of the events, an intrepid developer has made a game based on the events. The game in question is called, “MegaUP: Upload if you can!” and was released January 25 on the Xbox Live Indie Games service. It …

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DigitalPal Is Newest Social Networking Site

A new social media network wants to get rid of all status updates and relationship drama to give users a chance to talk about their favorite movies, music, books and games. Digital Pal, launching in beta today, allows users to discuss specific subjects without it getting lost amidst all the photos and status updates. It also allows users to discuss …

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Play Your World With Google Maps: Coming To Google+

Google has uploaded a new video to its YouTube channel that previews a game coming to Google+ called Play Your World with Google Maps. There’s not a whole lot of info about the game that I can see, beyond its YouTube description, which says: Coming soon, play your world like never before with a game from the Google Maps team …

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Dungeons & Dragons Reboot Will Be Shaped By Fans

D&D players: Are you ready for a reboot? Although fantasy role-playing might owe it all to Dungeons & Dragons, the game itself is struggling to stay relevant in a world full of RPG options. Gaming analysts say that D&D sales have been on the decline for years, and D&D publisher Wizards of the Coast’s ex-VP told the NY Times that …

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Zynga’s Scramble With Friends Launched For iPhone

Fans of Zynga’s Words With Friends (or Boggle) may be interested to know that the company just launched Scramble With Friends. Even the icon for the game looks like Words With Friends, as to present a familiar experience for users of the popular Scrabble-esque game. “Scramble With Friends takes one of Zynga’s earliest games and sprinkles the magic of ‘With …

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Hidden Chronicles: Zynga’s New Hidden Objects Game Available Today

Popular game maker Zynga has just launched their newest Facebook addiction. The company has announced on their blog that Hidden Chronicles is now available on Facebook in 15 languages. Hidden Chronicles is a hidden objects game that tests players’ observation and memory by showing them a variety of scenes and presenting them with lists of items to find. Players earn …

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Microsoft Flight, The Next-Gen Flight Simulator, Free This Spring

Today, Microsoft announced the Spring launch of Microsoft Flight, the continuation of the Flight Simulator franchise, or as they put it, “bringing a new perspective” to the long-standing series. Microsoft Flight Simulator, whether you call it a game or a tutorial program, is one of the most recognizable programs from the last few decades of PCs. It has been through …

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Nintendo 3DS Outsells Wii In Its First Nine Months

Nintendo’s glasses-free-3D entry into the world of handheld gaming is off to a pretty fast start, according to figures just released by the company. According to Nintendo, they have sold more than 4 million 3DS units since its launch in early 2011. What’s even more impressive about this feat is how it matches up with Nintendo’s prior hardware successes. The …

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