Marvel Snap is getting greedy before release.
It’s time to SKATE on the go!
Why would Unity want more free to play games?
Bungie and NetEase are developing Destiny Mobile, but it’s not a port of Destiny 2.
You were sick and you were tired, you said to yourself one lonely afternoon, of having to slog through masses of filler mobs on your phone just to get to the real fight. You just wanted to face off against the end-level bosses, you remarked in a low voice as you sat alone on your couch. Little did you know that you weren’t actually alone. Nexon Corporation was there, sci-fi villain-style, listening to you unleash your woes through your smartphone’s mic, but unlike a sci-fi villain, it was scrambling all of its manpower and resources to come up with a solution to help you. That solution turned out to be Evil Factory, which ensures that you skip the filler and get to the killer (bosses).
Many will fight, but only one will prevail. Make sure that your alliance is the one left standing by waging war alongside your friends in Immortal Conquest, a new strategy MMO from NetEase Games. Immortal Conquest makes an effort to innovate with a terrain-based strategic aspect that allows players to conquer every single piece of land in the game’s vast map.
Developer b-interaktive’s newest game, the easy-to-learn yet hard-to-master Mesmeracer, is now available on Google Play. The game challenges players to become the eponymous Mesmeracer by piloting two vehicles at once and ensuring they survive as long as possible.
Yet another Angry Birds game.
The creator of Minecraft took to Twitter yesterday to address the free-to-play style of monetization and comments from another game develop, George Broussard, who made Duke Nukem 3D among other titles. The whole thing escalated quickly and actually started to get a little heated it seems.
“There has been an awakening. Have you felt it?” these words in the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens sent shivers down my spine, for the first time since 2005 I was seeing live action Star Wars footage. After a few more viewings of the 88 seconds of bliss, I was reminded that I was planning on reviewing a Star Wars Game for DroidGamers, Star Wars Commander.