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Rovio Stars Publishes Puzzle Game ‘Juice Cubes’

Rovio, the developer behind the popular Angry Birds games, today announced that it has published a third title under its “Rovio Stars” banner. Rovio Stars is the developer’s publishing initiative to find and promote games from studios other than Rovio. The initiative has already published two other games this year, Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage and Tiny Thief, a hidden-object adventure …

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Batman: Arkham Origins Is Also Coming To Mobile

Batman: Arkham Origins has only a few more weeks until it has to prove whether or not it lives up to the high pedigree set by Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. Even if it doesn’t, you’ll at least have a stellar looking mobile game to play. At New York Comic-Con, WB Games announced that it’s bringing a scaled-down version of …

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Pay What You Want For Six Android Games In The Humble Mobile Bundle 2

Are you finding your Android phone a bit lacking recently in quality games? Worry no more then as the Humble Mobile Bundle is back with another helping of quality Android games at a price that you name. Like with past bundles, you can pay what you want for four Android games – Star Command, Time Surfer, Punch Quest and Bloonds …

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‘Infinity Blade III’ Launching With iOS 7

Today’s big Apple iPhone presentation was notable for being far from surprising. Nearly all of the leaks and rumors floating around about the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were proven true this afternoon. One of the only surprises of the conference was when Donald Mustard, co-founder of video game developer ChAIR, took to the stage. Mustard announced that Infinity Blade …

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‘Rabbids Big Bang’ Mobile Game Revealed

Ubisoft dumped a huge pile of info on the gaming world during its Digital Days event today. In addition to some nice downloadable console title announcements, the publisher has announced several mobile titles it will release later this year. Assassin’s Creed: Pirates and Trials Frontier will bring popular console franchises to mobile, and Rayman Fiesta Run serves as an update …

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‘Trials Frontier’ Coming to Mobile This Fall

The Trials series earned a privileged place in gaming with a combination of irreverent, sadistic humor and a punishing difficulty curve. The latest game in the series, Trials Evolution, set sales records on the Xbox 360 when it was released. Now, with a new Trials game on the horizon, Ubisoft has announced a mobile companion game titled Trails Frontier. Frontier …

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Rayman Fiesta Run Coming To Mobile Devices This Year

One of the most delightful surprises of 2012 was Rayman Jungle Run. It took an established character, threw him into a tired genre and made it fun again with plenty of charm and perfect touch-based gameplay. Now Ubisoft is back it again with another runner starring everybody’s favorite limbless hero. During its Digital Days event, Ubisoft announced Rayman Fiesta Run …

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‘Assassin’s Creed: Pirates’ Mobile Game Announced

Ubisoft has certainly been pushing pirates lately. Catching on the buccaneer theme of the upcoming Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, the publisher even brought a real pirate ship and pirates cosplayers to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Among the different previews for Black Flag one element has stood out as being included in nearly every trailer: sea battles. A large …

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‘Heroes of Dragon Age,’ a Free-to-Play Mobile Game, Announced

Fans of Dragon Age: Origins are patiently waiting for BioWare to finish the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game’s developers seem to have taken the significant criticism of Dragon Age II to heart, and previews of Inquisition have made it one of the most anticipated next-generation titles yet announced. Today, EA announced that Dragon Age fans won’t have to wait …

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Ultima Returns As A Free-To-Play Mobile Title

There has not been a main entry in the storied Ultima series since its ninth entry in 1999. Since then, the series has moved into the world of MMOs and online free-to-play Web-based games. Now EA has brought back the main series, but on a platform you may not have expected. EA announced that Ultima Forever is now available for …

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Zynga To Kill Off OMGPOP.com On September 30

OMGPOP is the poster child of the one-hit wonder in mobile gaming. After finding a hit with Draw Something, Zynga bought the developer and tried to strike gold twice. It didn’t work out and the social games giant killed off OMGPOP in June. The only thing that’s left now is their game portal – OMGPOP.com – and Zynga is going …

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Playing This Game Will Probably Destroy Your Phone

Would you throw your smartphone into the air? You would normally say no. Now, would you do it if it was a competition? Most of you would probably still say no, but one developer has something for those of you willing to risk it. SMTH (or Send Me To Heaven) is a “sports game” according to developer Carrot Pop. It …

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