Tag: location-based

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Upcoming mobile MMORPG called UnderVerse will also feature AR and GPS mechanics

Ambidexter LLC is a game development studio that is currently working on a new mobile MMORPG that will come with a few unique features that haven’t been found in previous games of this nature. The game, called UnderVerse, will be a cross-platform title between Android and iOS, and will also feature AR (Augmented Reality) and GPS/Location-based mechanics mixed into everything.

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Wipe out rival mafias in City Domination which will be receiving a big update

Released by Mob in Life, City Domination is an RTS game in a Mafioso setting. Players will assume control of their own gang, and will align with, back-stab, and wage war on the gangs belonging to other players. What’s interesting is that this game will geo-locate players, so players will compete to control their own city.  As of July 16th, City Domination is set to receive a significant update.

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[GDC 2015] Interview with Niantic Labs about their upcoming alternate reality title Endgame: Proving Ground

One of the stories from GDC 2015 we had to sit on was our interview with Niantic Labs about their upcoming title called Endgame. Well today we can finally talk about everything including a bit of the gameplay we saw for Endgame: Proving Grounds. For those of you not familiar with these developers, Niantic Labs are the folks behind the rather unique location-based game Ingress. So what is Endgame: Proving Grounds about? We sat down with Niantic Labs during GDC 2015 to find out all about it.

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Niantic Labs officially brings Ingress out of beta testing, now available for everyone

Google’s Niantic Labs have officially dropped the beta tags that having been hanging off their location-based MMO called Ingress for quite some time now. That means this game is now available for everyone who happen to want to get in on the action. Originally this game was supposed to drop its beta tags on December 14th, 2013 but for whatever reason it has happened today instead.