IGG, developer of certified mobile blockbuster Lords Mobile, has been on a philanthropic frenzy lately, getting involved in fundraising initiatives for charities such as War Child UK and… Continue reading
Released by IGG, Clash and Smash is a new tactical game for casual players. Set in a mythological world, players will need to stop Hel, the goddess of death, from conquering the world. Players will need to draw on legendary characters pulled from Norse mythology, both gods and heroes, to create a squad that can end her fell reign.
IGG’s Clash of Lords 2 game on Android has hit the 2yr old mark, and to celebrate that the company has released an update for it. While part of the update adds features and new heroes just like as if it were a typical update, the other portion adds a few goodies for players to enjoy that are themed around the anniversary celebration.
IGG (also known as I Got Game) has released a fairly big update for one of their more popular games on Android called Castle Clash. This game basically has players building their own base, hiring heroes to defend it along with their army, as well as using said army to invade other people’s castles. There also happens to be co-op dungeons as well, so there’s both PvP and PvE content in this game.
Released by I Got Games (IGG), players will be guiding a team of fairy tale heroes and villains of yore defeat the shadow that looms over Fantasia. The game will include the likes of Pinocchio, Red Riding Hood, and the Big Bad Wolf to help preserve the joy and magic of their realm.
I Got Games (a.k.a IGG) has announced what their next game will be and it is a title called Kingdom Charge. This will be a fantasy-themed game where players will be helping Lancelot and his band of heroes who are trying to prevent Lord Abaddon from getting the Obsidian Key which will, in turn, end up having Lord Abaddon causing havoc throughout the lands should he succeed.
Originally released as a browser-based game, Galaxy Online 3 has been in beta testing for a decent amount of time recently even though it is out for browser gamers to play. Why has it been in beta testing? Because the company behind publishing the game for browsers, IGG.com, has been focusing on bringing some of their titles to mobile devices. Galaxy Online 3 is their newest one and it is now out of beta testing and available for download.
I Got Games (a.k.a. IGG.COM), a company known for the games they’ve released onto Facebook as well as their Android game Texas Hold’Em Poker Deluxe, seems to be getting aboard the Android train a little bit more as they just launched a mobile version of their Facebook hit Galaxy Online 2, a sci-fi space-themed strategy game that gives us all the pros and some of the cons of social gaming nowadays.