It seems either EA Mobile is currently confused as to how the Android Market works or perhaps they got into another exclusive deal with another carrier, either way though it seems EA Mobile have been busy removing, re-uploading, changing prices and more with their games.
When it comes to game engines, Unity3D is right up there among the top with the likes of Unreal Engine 3 and Shive3D. The upcoming update to the recently released Unity3D ver.3 will including a lot of optimizaition geared towards mobile graphics for both iOS and Android. However, we only care about the Android end of things.
Back in the beginning of November we reported on Fruit Ninja by Halfbrick being slated to receive an update which will bring the Arcade mode everyone has been wanting to the Android version in the near future. While the iOS version got the update pretty quick, Android gamers were starting to feel like it'd never come.
Our friends over at Kongregate, one of the biggest sites for playing high quality Flash games, released an app the other day called the Kongregate Arcade App. This was to give all us Android gamers access to over 300+ Flash games to play on our Android devices. Unfortunately, a few hours later it was pulled off the Android Market.
A while back when everyone was jumping on the Flash games support bandwagon when Flash was announced to be available on Android, one of the major Flash game companies, PopCap, announced it would be supporting/converting games for Android. Plants vs Zombies and Peggle were the first two to arrive for Android devices.
Remember the Gizmondo, circa 2005? That's right, you probably don't because it lasted around a year before it was pulled. It's successor was slated for Android and had the backing of it's own first party game studio that made it a promising bet for gaming on Android when it was still unheard of. We investigate what caused their failure and which of their concepts lived on.
Nvidia has done pretty good with their Nvidia Shield portable Android gaming system, especially with the updates as of late improving all the features that gamers have wanted to have improved including the GameStream technology and button mapping. A new benchmark report from AnTuTu now has the Nvidia Shield 2
Not too long ago Google announced that they were indeed working on a modular phone which was called Project Ara. At that time there was not real date as to when we would see this phone hit the market so consumers could purchase it. Well word is that we will
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In Hope the player’s actions are limited by the character’s confinement. There is not much to do in the damp tower you’re trapped in besides walking, sighing and crying. And sleeping at night, of course. Nothing you can do will affect the development of the story, although you may find a way to know about the Prince’s journey. You may also be able to find out about the Princess’ background, that part of the tale nobody ever cares about. And of course, there will be an ending, although it may not look as heroic from this point of view… or does it?