Malware is nothing new for Android users to deal with, and mobile users in general for that matter. In fact all platforms have their issues with Malware. However there is a new one out there that is currently masquerading as an emulator for Nintendo games. What’s even worse is that it basically makes you pay for it, and then proceeds to steal your data at the same time.
Day: July 8, 2015
It’s Wednesday and that means it is time for another Tavern Brawl to start in Hearthstone. Each week on this coveted day a new Tavern Brawl begins, making players deal with the new ruleset Blizzard has decided to throw at them. This week’s rules? It is all about summoning… a LOT of summoning.
At Pocket Gamer Connect DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako went into a little more detail about what Nintendo’s plans are going to be regarding game releases for mobile devices. While the company recently went into a bit more detail on how they are thinking of monetizing their upcoming mobile games, they didn’t touch on what games, what genres, or how many at that time. However, now we know just a little bit more, which seems to be the pattern now.
Recently the latest installment into the Geometry Wars series was released onto mobile, much to everyone’s joy. The developers have since been working on an update for Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions already and players will soon be seeing that update arriving for the Android version some time next week.
A new minimalistic arcade game is available on Google Play called Nocturne Heights from developer MotorCookie. The visual style of this game is interesting because it gives the impression that you are in an overhead perspective. The way the dynamic lighting happens certainly makes it feel that way.
Vivid Games has announced that they will officially be unveiling Real Boxing 2 at this years Gamecom show. For those of you not familiar with this franchise, Real Boxing was released not too long ago onto mobile devices and features some pretty impressive eye candy in regards to the game’s visuals. This is a good thing since it’s probably the best boxing game available for mobile devices.
Based on the Showtime TV Series, Penny Dreadful: Demimonde is a cross between CCG and Puzzle-RPG that is set to arrive this Fall. The idea behind this game, is to allow fans of the TV series to be able to “engage with their favorite characters and content from the series”, according to the developers. The puzzles are to be mini-games for the fans of the show, while allowing players to build their own teams by collecting their favorite creatures and characters from the show, and battle them against other players in tournaments.
If you’re a big Star Wars fan than you pretty much want everything that is related to the franchise. Well Disney has released a companion app for the entire franchise in order to make it easier to follow everything relating to Star Wars as well as some other interesting features like a full sound board to play with. You will even get notifications on your phone the moment a big announcement is made, so you can read all the details right away.
Last week saw the release of The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief on Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GRID. Since we get a new game each week, that means we have a new one available now and this week’s game happens to be the 2D head-to-head brawler BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.
Released by Avalanche Studios, Rumble City is a turn based strategy game. Set in the 1960s, players assume the role of a former gang leader who is rounding up the former members. Players will progress through each level, clearing it of competing bikers and/or gang members, and hoping to be awarded stars (up to three per level).