Category: Game News

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Game News

Angry Birds full version on its way!

Well we have all been playing the beta for Angry Birds by Rovio since it landed on the Android market. While there were some slight speed bumps with the beta launch with devices not being able to see it on the Android market for one reason or another, Rovio is taking their time to ensure the full release will be bug free and compatible with almost every Android device.

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World Of Dragons MMORPG coming to Android

World of Dragons is a browser based MMORPG that uses the FTP business model which is basically the same thing as Freemium. However this particular MMORPG has developed clients for mobile phones so users can play the game anywhere at anytime. It seems Android’s growth hasn’t been missed by the parent company, CorsairBrand, either as Android support is on its way.

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Game News

No More Avatar HD from Gameloft?

We aren’t exactly sure when this happened aside from very recently but if you are one of the gamers who bought Avatar HD from Gameloft you might want to be glad you were quick at doing so. It seems that Avatar HD has been pulled from the site, both the free trial and the full version. The reason behind this is also unknown at this time.

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Sneak Peek at Jumpy by OrangePixel

All you old school Super Mario Bros. game lovers who have been dieing for a platformer of similar style on your Android phone can now sleep peacefully at night because OrangePixel has heard your prayers. Jumpy is the name of the game and it will bring you back to the good ole days of Super Mario Bros games and you can now have an exclusive sneak peek of it before it’s released.

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Scoreloop Adds PayPal Payment Solution

While we all wait for Google to officially institute PayPal as a payment solution for purchasing applications and games off the Android market Scoreloop has decided to bring it to developers and gamers now with the inclusion of PayPal. Now developers who use Scoreloop with their games can now use PayPal to offer in-game purchases to gamers.

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