Mobile Gaming

Playdemic acquired by TT Games, will work on Lego mobile games

TT Games, a label under Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment, acquired the mobile games development firm Playdemic. Playdemic, the team behind mobile games such as Gang Nations, Golf Clash, and Village Life, will be joining TT Games to continue development of various Lego games, with a focus on mobile. According to a quote from gamesindustry.biz, TT Games’ managing director Tom Stone sa...[Read More]

Pokemon Go is getting a Valentines Day event starting today

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and Niantic is doing another event for Pokemon GO. Throughout the celebration, you’ll notice that Chansey, Clefable, and many other adorable pink Pokémon will be encountered more frequently in the wild. Cleffa, Igglybuff, and Smoochum will also be more likely to hatch from Eggs. And to help you paint your town pink this Valentine’s Day, Lure Modules...[Read More]

Nintendo made $2.9 million on Fire Emblem Heroes in its first day on IOS/Android

Data tracking firm Sensor Tower is reporting that the long-awaited mobile title from Nintendo, Fire Emblem Heroes earned more than $2.9 million in worldwide gross revenue and been downloaded more than two million times. The recent Nintendo mobile game was released two days ago now and even though it’s not as popular in America as it is in Japan, it is doing good. The chart provided by Sensor...[Read More]

Nintendo will release two to three mobile games every year

Recently we’ve seen success with Pokemon GO on Android and iOS breaking records as one of the best mobile games available. We’ve seen Super Mario Run get 78 million downloads on iOS alone. Well Nintendo have announced that they will release two to three mobile games every year. Nintendo will release Fire Emblem Heroes tomorrow on iOS and Android, and Animal Crossing will now arrive Apr...[Read More]

Fire Emblem Heroes will require a constant internet connection on IOS/Android

Just like Super Mario Run, Fire Emblem’s first mobile outing will require a constant internet connection to be played. This was one of the problems people had with Mario Run as it was eating up consumers data. This information comes from a Nintendo spokesperson at a hands-on event. Nintendo will continue to request constant internet connection of all future mobile games it seems. Fire Emblem Heroe...[Read More]

Nintendo’s Animal Crossing mobile game has been delayed

It’s been a while since we have heard about Nintendo’s Animal Crossing mobile game and when it would launch. Recently the company sadly confirmed that the game has been delayed for iOS and Android. Nintendo says that one of the reasons behind the delay is that they have diverted smartphone development resources to Super Mario Run for Android. If they don’t delay anymore the Anima...[Read More]

Super Mario Run has been downloaded 78 million times on IOS, only 5% have paid to unlock the full game

After being out over a month Nintendo has confirmed that Super Mario Run has been downloaded 78 million times on iOS devices. However, only 5 percent of consumers that downloaded the game have coughed up for the full version. The 2D platformer will be hitting Android in March while it may seem a bad time to launch it on those devices at that time because of the Switch launching in the first week o...[Read More]

Super Mario Run Coming to Android in March

It has just been revealed by Nintendo Japan on Twitter that Super Mario Run will be launching on Android March 2017. This is a questionable move as Nintendo doesn’t have much planned for February so you’d think it would come out then. With Nintendo Switch releasing this could be overshadowed a bit just because it is already out for iOS and to some it’s old. Nintendo also announce...[Read More]

My Favorite Games of 2016

With another year of gaming behind us, and one just as promising in its infancy, I wanted to reflect on the year that was and pick out some of the games I enjoyed playing the most. This is not a Top 10 list or a compilation of the best games that were released in 2016. This is a list of the games that I had the most fun with this year, no matter how the public at large perceived them to be or when...[Read More]

Android users can now pre-register for Super Mario Run

iOS users currently have Super Mario Run for their devices, but that doesn’t mean Android won’t get the game any time soon. Nintendo has now enabled pre-registration for Super Mario Run on Google Play, where users will be notified when Super Mario Run is released. The news was officially tweeted by Nintendo of America on Twitter. We still do not know when the game will hit Android but ...[Read More]

Super Mario Run downloaded 40 million times in 4 days

UPDATE: Super Mario Run has now reached a total of 50 million downloads worldwide. Super Mario Run, Nintendo’s latest mobile game which launched for iOS on December 15th has broken records in its first four days. The game has gotten 40 million downloads in just 4 days. . In addition, “Super Mario Run” ranks first in the App Store free game ranking in 140 countries and regions, an...[Read More]

Nintendo has said they don’t plan to release any new content for Super Mario Run

Super Mario Run has been a hit for iOS in it’s first launch week making history as one of the best games for the App Store. Sadly not everyone is happy, shares in the company have fallen on the back of the game and now we are hearing that Mario’s adventure won’t have any additional free or paid content added to the game. If this game gets popular enough like Pokemon Go especially when it hit...[Read More]

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