The App Store and Google Play Store are vast seas of games, fed by a never-ending deluge of new software from giants like King and Supercell or plucky one-person teams like Flappy Bird’s conflicted creator. This tag will help you navigate that sea.
I'm about one weak-willed shopping trip away from buying a Pebble so I am so down with this: a concept smartwatch that uses the entire face as a joystick, letting you push, pull and twist to control apps and, most importantly, play DOOM.
Titanfall and COD creator Zampella is starting a second studio to explore mobile gaming reports Venturebeat. The new studio, called Nuclear Division, been created because he thinks the rapid growth of mobile gaming is "silly to ignore".
Well that's a shame then. According to an interview with Eurogamer, Blizzard are not actively pursuing a console version of its card battler. Instead it's focusing on the Android port which is "one of big priorities we're looking at right now."
Terry Cavanagh's posted an update on his website saying the Android and iOS versions of VVVVVV are "almost done" while the PS Vita port is "imminent". He's also posted a video showing it, and the new control scheme in action.
Plants Vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is coming to PC June 24. The PC version of Popcap's online multiplayer shooter will feature all of the free updates already released for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions.
Some recent games like to take aspects from retro classics and make them their own. This is not a bad thing when it's done correctly. Pop in and watch us play Wayward Souls, the perfect example of doing this the right way
I'm honestly trying to avoid an Upworthy style clickbait header here but there's no other way to word this without spoiling the surprise. Look into their eyes. See the seriousness of the situation, the pressure, and imagine what game could be creating such emotion. Then press play…
Blizzard's latest hit, the card game Hearthstone, can be played online. Just like every other Blizzard game. But for reasons known only to higher powers, the company wants you to leave your home and play Hearthstone with other people. In the flesh.