Global mobile game publisher Netmarble Corp officially launches NBA Ball Stars today – an all-new, puzzle-based, mobile basketball game starring 2019-20 Kia NBA Rookie of the Year Ja Morant as its cover athlete. Now live on the App Store and Google Play, NBA Ball Stars, created in collaboration with the National Basketball Association (NBA) and National Basketball Players’ Association (NBPA), is the first publishing project for Netmarble’s Los Angeles-based subsidiaries Netmarble US and Kung Fu Factory. NBA Ball Stars combines star players from the NBA, fast-paced gameplay and franchise-building skills into a strategic, team-based game suitable for general sports fans, … Continue reading Puzzle-Based NBA Basketball Game Launches for Mobile Gamers
Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins is obviously based on the long running television series, so fans of The Doctor will be thrilled with it on iOS or Android. But the mystery it offers is solid, so much that non-Whovians can have a great time too.
Free Fire, one of the world’s most popular mobile games, invites Survivors to become vigilantes working to clean up the streets from a vile corruption in its next Elite Pass (EP), Bloodwing City. In this city, money is king and while the local government is still able to govern, those in power are mostly corporations and gangs. This has left huge gaps in the government, making it difficult to care for its citizens. The Bloodwing City EP focuses on two specific vigilantes: Trixy and Shadow. They’re citizens who took it upon themselves to try to reduce the amount of intergang … Continue reading Free Fire’s Bloodwing City Mobile Game Expands
Cobra Kai: Card Fighter is an interesting game in that it combines the karate fighting genre with a card-based battle title. Find out of this unique mix is a big hit or a boot to the head this week with Modern Gamer Sumroad.
Battlecruisers, the explosive strategy game from Mecha Weka, has won second place in the annual Kiwi Game Starter awards by the New Zealand Game Developers Association. Started seven years ago, the competition offers prizes of mentorship from gaming industry experts, plus $25,000 for the winners and $10,000 for the runners up. Editor’s Note: Check out our full review of Battlecruisers! Four finalists from around New Zealand were selected from dozens of entries based on their originality, technical / creative innovation, and commercial prospects: Battlecruisers by Mecha Weka, Ghostvale by Wildflower, Rose & Locket by Whistling Wizard, and Seedlings by Bardsley … Continue reading Battlecruisers Wins Second Place in Kiwi Game Starter Awards
TOHO Games, the game division of Toho Co., Ltd. today announces the 2021 worldwide release of three free-to-play Godzilla mobile games: “Run Godzilla”, “Godzilla Destruction”, and “Godzilla Battle Line”. “Run Godzilla” will be released worldwide (excluding Japan) on March 25, 2021. The pre-registration campaigns for “Godzilla Destruction” and “Godzilla Battle Line” will begin on the same day. In anticipation of these three exciting new games, key visuals and a promo video has been unveiled. “Toho has been deeply involved with the production process for all three games since the early planning stages,” said Keiji Ota, Director/CGO (Chief Godzilla Officer) at … Continue reading Godzilla Takes on Mobile with Three New Games
Digital entertainment studio Maze Theory, in partnership with BBC Studios, are today announcing that Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins, a narrative-driven cryptic ‘found-phone’ adventure game, is now available in the US on iOS, Android (both $3.99) and Steam ($5.99). Developed by the award-winning studio Kaigan Games (SIM, SIMULACRA, SIMULACRA 2), and part of the Official Selection for London Games Festival 2021, Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins builds upon the events of iconic Doctor Who episode ‘Blink’, which first aired in 2007 during season three. Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins transports players into a dark mystery amidst a series of sinister … Continue reading Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins Mobile Game Ready to Play
In State of Survival, it’s a hostile zombie-filled world out there. You need to survive and you need to do it fast. do you think you’re up to the challenge? Don’t let the undead eat your brain, but even if they do, you will have a lot of fun in this mobile-based world.
Netmarble is thrilled to announce that Blade & Soul Revolution, its latest open world RPG directly inspired by the popular Blade & Soul MMORPG for Windows PC, is now available worldwide for the App Store and Google Play. To celebrate the launch, Netmarble is partnering with four famous gaming personalities – ProZD, TheLazyPeon, CynicAlex, OrangeJuiceGaming – for Blade & Soul Revolution Showdown that begins on March 5 at 18:00 p.m. PT on official Twitch, Facebook and Youtube channel. Players new to the Blade & Soul IP can look forward to an updated and streamlined experience in Blade & Soul Revolution, … Continue reading Blade And Soul Revolution Launches for PC and Mobile
With live music in lockdown and the return of tours still uncertain, rock group Queen has come up with a safe alternative – no masks, no social distancing, just the good old fashioned live experience, with ‘Queen: Rock Tour’, the band’s first ever official game for Android and iOS devices. The arrival of the play-along rhythm game comes at a significant landmark for Queen. With 50 years now having passed since the 1971 recruiting of John Deacon, completing Queen’s classic line-up, 2021 marks a Queen Golden Jubilee that the band was hoping to celebrate with fans. A massive 29-date European … Continue reading Queen: Rock Tour Game Now Playing on Mobile