Since its release Pokemon Go wasn’t just about going out trying to catch all the little creatures of our childhood. It asked us to make, as always, our first important choice: our team! After that the war began, rivalries took over the net, and in the streets with the aim of making all the gyms in our city belonging to our team. However, this has never been an easy task. First of all, because of the great number of players trying to do the same under a different color, but also because the little field of view available in the app didn’t allow us to see much further from our position.
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Samsung has announced some new, gaming specific features for their upcoming flagship devices. They’ve added or tweaked a handful of things, compared to previous releases. If these pan out, it could mean that gamers take these phones more seriously. The models in question are the Samsung Galaxy S7, and the SGS7 Edge.
If you happen to own a Samsung Gear VR headset, tomorrow you will have a new tools at your disposal that will let you do a lot more with your VR headset than just playing games and using applications designed for the Gear VR. The company is calling it the ‘Samsung Internet for Gear VR’.
There are already a decent amount of drag n’ drop game engines and other styles of engines that aim to make developing video games a whole lot easier. Bloxels is a new system that is looking for funding on Kickstarter and this system aims to allow even the most code-illiterate kids and adults the ability to make video games.
Bandai Namco has developed and released an official Pac-Man Android Wear watch face for all you Pac-Man fans out there to enjoy. What is really great about this watch face is that it looks pretty good and have some neat little animations to check out.
We all know there are those out there that are looking for a way to play your Android games or run your apps on a bigger screen. There are a few options currently for running Android on your desktop using BlueStacks and YouWave (or Splashtop depending on how you want to do it) but now there is another choice, Andy.
Gamescom is underway and today during Electronic Arts’ press conference, they announced that their Origin game store would be arriving on Android at some point. Interesting news considering yesterday’s story about EA looking to Windows 8 mobile as their possible central platform focus for mobile gaming.
OpenFeint has been working full steam ahead when it comes to adding new features to their social tools that developers can use in their games. This new announcement, however, isn’t so much of a tool for them to use in their games as it is for them to get exposure for their games.
Lately, when it comes to peripherals like controllers, it’s all about how to use them with your Android device. What about the other way around? Perhaps you’re playing a PC game and your wireless mouse dies and you have no spare batteries? Well you could always use your Android device instead.