Tag: Social games


Deep Silver FISHLABS reveals when the global launch of their Instagram-focused game Clashtag will happen

Deep Silver FISHLABS and ISBIT Games have released a new game on Android today called Clashtag, but only in certain regions right now. The global launch for this game will be happening later this Summer. This isn’t your typical game though. This is a social game built around Instagram, and is actually a series of mini-games that you compete in against other people.


22 Cans apologizes for Curiosity game connectivity issues and bugs with a video

When Peter Molyneux and his new studio, 22 Cans, released their social game experiment Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube? the other day, they didn’t expect the response to be as overwhelming as it has been, having seen a much larger install and player base than originally expected. A lot of people want to know what is inside a cube and with Peter Molyneux promising it’ll blow your mind, I think everyone is a little bit curiosity as to what is in there.


Looks like the My Little Pony game is going to be released soon for Android

While we all wait for the My Little Pony game to be unleashed onto Google Play for all the My Little Pony fans out there, we do know that the iOS version of the game is slated for release tomorrow, along side the numerous other big titles released that seem to be planned for November 8th, 2012 on both Android and iOS. That means that the Android version of the My Little Pony game could show up tomorrow as well, or shortly thereafter.


EA is basically dropping the idea of single-player games, goes for interconnected games instead

Electronic Arts have been speaking a lot over the past few days about their stance in the gaming industry in general, talking about how they are saving any new IPs for when the next-gen consoles are released and that they won’t be making the same mistakes next year as they did this year. Now word has come out that they have completely dropped the notion of single-player games and are now, instead, focusing solely on multiplayer games and interconnection between platforms, something we have seen slowly making its way onto their mobile games lately.