News that the next Diablo game, Diablo Immortal, will be a mobile-only title, and one with likely microtransactions based on the developer’s talk at BlizzCon, is not sitting well with fans who think that this will corrupt a classic series. It even got booed at BlizzCon, truly a first.
Cartoon Network and independent developer Crystal Fish Games have released Cartoon Network Party Dash, a high-energy arcade platformer featuring many of Cartoon Network’s most beloved characters. The game can be downloaded today on iOS or Android smartphones and tablets via the App Store, Google Play or Amazon. It is available for free with ads and includes cosmetic in-app purchases. When a bunch of villains crash a party hosted by Ben 10, the Gumball crew and the We Bare Bears siblings, it’s up to you to crash back! Choose from over 10 playable characters, including Gumball, Darwin, Anais, Penny, Grizz, Panda, … Continue reading Cartoon Network Party Dash Runs to Mobile
Italian developer Affinity Project is teaming up with well-known animal welfare organization Best Friends Animal Society to end the killing of animals in shelters around the United States with a new mobile game, Don-Ay: Pet Rescue. An elegant mix of virtual pet simulation/endless runner gameplay and real-life donations to a worthy cause, Don-Ay: Pet Rescue will soon be available on both the App Store and Google Play. Check out how the donation mechanics work in the explainer video below: The world’s first in-game donation platform, Don-Ay allows compassionate gamers to make donations to causes dear to their hearts – which … Continue reading Help out Animals in Need By Playing New Don-Ay Mobile Game
Netmarble Corporation, the fastest-growing mobile game company worldwide, today released two new game features for Iron Throne, its latest MMO strategy game on mobile devices: Blood Moon War and Continental Domination. At the heart of this update is the Blood Moon War (Kingdom vs Kingdom). Lords of participating kingdoms will leave their own territory and engage in a week-long ‘Blood Moon’ battle. Each kingdom competes for points during the first three days through monster hunts, PvP, plundering resources and attacking strongholds. The kingdom with the highest score during the first three days of the Blood Moon will receive powerful buff … Continue reading Iron Throne Mobile MMO Introduces New Massive Battle Features
Billy is back to mobile gaming this week for the Time Waster and he has an interesting runner-type game called Flip: Surfing Colors to talk about.
Scopely and Telltale Games have joined forces to bring players a brand new The Walking Dead storyline that links the worlds of Scopely’s The Walking Dead: Road to Survival and Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: The Final Season. Starting July 17th, players who download The Walking Dead: Road to Survival will embark on a new interactive narrative adventure that spans the stories of three powerful survivors that fans will recognize from Telltale Games’ critically acclaimed game series. In the limited time crossover event, which runs through mid-August, players will be able to play through never-before-seen storylines (called “Roadmaps” in The … Continue reading Scopely and Telltale Reveal New Walking Dead Game Story
FoxNext Games and East Side Games will bring The Gang together for a series of hijinks in the upcoming game, It’s Always Sunny: The Gang Goes Mobile. Based on the award-winning FXX comedy series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the new game promises fans a hilarious look into everyone’s favorite TV degenerates when it hits mobile devices later this year. In It’s Always Sunny: The Gang Goes Mobile, players team up with The Gang: Mac, Dennis, Charlie, Dee and Frank, in their favorite gags, storylines, and iconic moments from the series, indulging in new and ridiculous money-making schemes to tap … Continue reading It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Getting Mobile Game
Mad Dogs, a turn-based tactical RPG about warring factions in the New York City underworld, has been released for iOS, Android and Facebook. The game is distributed as free-to-play with in-game purchases. In Mad Dogs, guys let their imagination run free. The 18+ rating provides an excellent opportunity to recreate the criminal world and all of its main distinctive traits. Weapons, drugs, cool cars, fallen women, ruthless criminals, bloody firefights are abundantly present in Mad Dogs. Writers, the story turned out to be good and compelling, lavishly spiced with strong language and great sense of humor. The player will have … Continue reading Mad Dogs Crime RPG Smashes to Mobile
This week Billy is checking out a puzzle platforming game called Colorblind – An Eye for An Eye, and it looks to be a good one.
As an “older Millennial”, I’m sometimes amazed at the similarities and differences in gaming habits between my generation and “Generation Z”. And, before I continue, I want to say that these labels are confusing – I can’t even say “Generation X” without thinking of Triple H and Shawn Michael throwing around crotch-chops. And “Baby Boomers” sounds like an amazing title for an Android game – like, how far can you launch babies from a cannon? Oh my God, I’m adding that to my idea list (the one I never get around to doing anything from – it’s a Millennial curse). … Continue reading Exploring The Gaming Habits of Z Generation