Fox Digital Entertainment has formed a partnership with Orpheus Interactive to create a mobile game based on the highly popular television series, Sons Of Anarchy.
iArm Wrestling Champs is a game, as you might guess, about arm wrestling. It uses various sensors inside your phone, and now watch, to determine who has won an arm wrestle. The winner is then rewarded with a sound. It’s as simple as that.
Madfinger Studio have announced their new game for iOS and Android in the form of a game called Monzo where you, the player, make virtual models of various different vehicles.
The weekly mobile roundup is back! The Game Fanatics has been hard at work curating a list of the best Android and iOS games of the week (actually longer; we’ve had quite a hiatus).
For as long as we can remember companies like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft have been using game exclusivity to sell their consoles. While it isn’t unheard of for Android and Apple to leverage things like say… digital store space (ie. a nice visible spot in their app store) for temporary exclusivity; we’re wondering if this is going to be a top tier priority going forward, and what that means for mobile gamers.
Here’s the rundown on Cartoon Network’s newest mobile game, Globlins: An astronaut and his pet monkey return home to Spillsville after a journey to a faraway galaxy. Little did they know, some foreign creatures tagged along for the ride and are infiltrating the brains of other Spillsville residents and it’s up to you to save them!
After being removed from all app stores for a little over a month, Flappy Bird will be returning to smartphones.
The game’s developer, Dong Nguyen, tweeted a response to a question about the game’s return
Every once in a while I get my hands on a mobile game that sucks up all of my free time, as well as the battery life on my smartphone (primarily because it becomes the longest-running app). QuizUp is one of those games.