Hasbro and Kabam have teamed up for make another Transformers game for mobile devices called Transformers: Forged to Fight. This particular game meshes a few genres into one title, with RPG mechanics being present and meshed with one-on-one fights and character collecting. Yes you will be able to actually transform between vehicle and robot as well.
During E3 2015 last month Kabam announced a new Star Wars game they would be publishing for mobile devices called Star Wars Uprising. In case you missed that announcement, this game takes place between the events of Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, bridging the gap between the two time frames and filling in the story between the two.
During E3 2015 Kabam announced a new RPG coming to Android called Star Wars Uprising. for those of you not familiar with this title, this game takes place between the events of Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, bridging the gap between the two time frames and filling in the story between the two.
A new Star Wars games has been announced today called Star Wars Uprising, which will be coming to mobile devices soon. This new game takes place between the events of Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, bridging the gap between the two time frames and filling in the story between the two.
Kabam has released a follow-up game to their previously released Fast & Furious 6: The Game which landed on Android back in 2013. This new game, called Fast & Furious: Legacy, has been in a beta testing phase / soft launch on Android since last month and now it has finally been released for everyone to play.
Marvel returns to the fray of mobile fighting games with the launch of Marvel Contest of Champions. Marvel’s previous fighting game effort, Avengers Initiative, borrowed heavily from Infinity Blade, a fighting game which found success by offering a boss rush style of gameplay.
Nick Earl is somewhat infamous among mobile gamers thanks to a period of controversy during his tenure as senior vice president of EA Mobile. Despite stirring the ire of a multitude of gamers after two separate contentious incidents regarding the monetization models for Real Racing 3 and Dungeon Keeper, Earl helped guide the division through a continuous string of critical and commercial successes.
Kabam has released a new game onto Google Play today and for once it isn’t some sort of MMORPG or MMORTS type of game. Instead the company has released a title called Metal Skies which is an aerial combat style of game featuring both single-player and multiplayer campaigns to play.
7th Road, the create of the browser-based MMO Wartune, has signed a deal with Kabam to bring the game over to mobile devices soon. You may remember Wartune being in the news before on various gaming websites as the games rating board ESRB critizied the company for using ads to promote their game that were not really true to the actual game mechanics. These ads depicted almost nude anime women saying something suggestive to lure people into playing the game thinking it was a more adult-based theme.
Kabam has already released a few of their popular and large scale free-to-play MMO games onto Android and now we know what their next one will be. Dragons of Atlantis: Heirs of the Dragon is the name of the game and it just recently landed on Google Play.