Madfinger Games’ popular Shadowgun: Deadzone game is currently being hit by a DDoS attack. Judging from what Madfinger Games has said on Twitter moments ago about the attack, this appears to not be the first time this has happened.
Madfinger Games’ rather popular third-person multiplayer shooter Shadowgun: Deadzone has received a major version update, bringing the version of the game up to 2.0. The update brings plenty of new content to the game including new maps, new weapons and new game mode and much more.
Lots of news coming out of Madfinger Games today in regards to two of their games, Shadowgun: Deadzone and Dead Trigger. To start off, we will cover the quick news that Dead Trigger is now available on the Amazon AppStore for Kindle Fire owners to enjoy. If you happen to own a Kindle Fire, you can hope on over to the Amazon AppStore and pick up Dead Trigger for the low cost of free.
Online multiplayer shooters on Android are pretty uncommon. I personally liked N.O.V.A. 3, and there was Modern Combat 3 as well. Anyway, Madfinger Games, creators of games such as Shadowgun and Dead Trigger, have entered the mobile multiplayer shooting space as well with Shadowgun: Deadzone. The game is, in short, good – but just how good?
Madfinger Games have been running an open beta for their multiplayer version of Shadowgun, called Shadowgun: Deadzone, for the last few weeks now. Right on time with their announcement of the game dropping the open beta tags and officially launching on November 15th, 2012, Shadowgun: Deadzone has arrived on Google Play. There is also a few things you should know when you go to jump into shooting other people in the face.
We all know that Madfinger Games’ newest multiplayer shooter is coming on the 15th November, but now they have also announced that the full game will be released with 10 playable characters, 6 maps and will be played across 2 game modes (deathmatch and capture point).
Madfinger Games’ multiplayer version of their popular third-person shooter game called Shadowgun will be dropping its beta tags and becoming an officially release in a week’s time. Announced over Twitter by the fine folks at Madfinger Games, Shadowgun: Deadzone has gotten an new trailer to celebrate the official release date for when the beta tags will be dropping.
Shadowgun: Deadzone public beta has been out for a little bit now and the updates have been coming pretty rapidly while the crew at Madfinger Games work out bugs and improve the game overall so that they can eventually drop those beta tags. Today an update was pushed out and for the most part it was a more behind-the-scenes update. However, it does fix one bug you might be experiencing which is concerning spawning of your character, or the lack thereof.
One of the games I’ve been spending a lot of time on lately is Shadowgun: DeadZone. Well, for now it is a public beta, but even then the game is very much playable with no bugs of note. The developers – Madfinger Games – are however adding in new features and optimizing performance with frequent updates.
The multiplayer version of Shadowgun from Madfinger Games has arrived in Public Beta form on Google Play moments ago. Having been in closed beta for a short time,the public beta is now available for anyone who owns a Tegra 3 Android device for right now. This public beta will last a week before opening up for more people to join.