As you may or may not be aware of by now, Niantic Labs has announced that they will be launching their third global event in a couple of days. The event, which is Niantic’s way of saying thank you for making their game a ridiculous success, will have trainers receiving double the XP and Stardust for a week.
Day: November 21, 2016
Fans of the Ace Attorney franchise will be happen to know that a new game within the franchise will be heading to Android before the end of this year. Capcom has announced that Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney will be arriving this Winter for mobile devices, with Android being one of those platforms to get the game.
We’ve been following the development of the upcoming Torchlight Mobile game for awhile now, and it is an interesting, if not frustrating, game to watch being developed. Since it was announced back in the Summer of 2015, the development hasn’t had a lot of details released about it, except for at specific shows such as GDC or the Tokyo Game Show. Hell we still don’t even have a real release date for it.
In other Square Enix news, if you haven’t spotted it yet, the company has put all of their GO games on sale for $0.99 by starting up a limited time Flash Sale. Actually, while this is a Flash Sale for the GO games, there’s also one non-GO title involved in this sale as well.
Humble Bundle has released their newest themed mobile bundle this morning and the company in this particular themed bundle happens to be HandyGames. This also happens to be one of the bigger starting bundles we’ve seen in awhile, with 15 games being available right off the jump.
Our friends over at Square Enix have sent over word that they will be pushing out a new content update for Deus Ex GO later this week. The update will add a very big feature to the game that was actually announced to be in development back during E3 2016. What feature is this? It is the Puzzle Maker.
Fans of Lumines: Puzzle & Music has a couple of new DLC packs available to check out as of today. Each pack is themed around music from a particular game or musical group, in this case it is Rez and End of the World. In total both DLC packs add 11 new tracks to the game for players to listen to and play in Lumines.
Mobile eSports is still a young part of the entire eSports scene but it is growing. Amazon has announced today that they will be holding their first mobile eSports tournament next month called the Champions of Fire Invitational in Las Vegas. The prize pool? A cool $100,000, with 1st place cashing in $30,000. The official host of this tournament is actually the Amazon Appstore and the tournament as a whole will feature a variety of casual mobile games.