3d games

Sprint Releases Details of 3D Content to be Available for Evo 3D

While we're still waiting for a release date, Sprint and has decided to tease us with a few new details about the HTC Evo 3D. The dual-core, glasses-less 3D featuring phone is launching on Sprint's 4G network sometime this summer, and now we're starting to get a better idea of what sort of content we'll have to take advantage of that 4.3" 3D screen.

Pocket Legends limited time content now free for good

You may remember when we reported that last month that SpaceTime Studios was celebrating their anniversary with limited time goodies. Well, they've decided to top that with all premium, limited time content being free ... forever. WOW. That's not a small thing. The free content promotion for Pocket Legends also includes Sandstone Caves, the recent update that included new towns and collectible armor.

Polarbit releases another top notch game for Android Called Toki Tori

I'm not sure about you guys, or how much you game on Android (angry birds doesn't count as "gaming") since everyone plays that, but I play a fair share of games on my Android phone. One thing I do know is that if Polarbit is releasing the game, it will have great graphics and most likely be well worth the price. All the past Polarbit games have stunning 3D Visuals and they don't cut any corners. They have just released the fun and cute new game for Android called Toki Tori.

New Xperia Play Backstab game Ad pops up [Video]

Imagine if the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed took place during the 18th century in the Caribbean. That's the vibe behind Gamaeloft's "Backstab," which we reported last month was coming to the Sony-Ericcson Xperia Play exclusively for the first month or so. A new video of Backstab's game play has surfaced telling more about the back story. Backstab casts the gamer as character Henry Blake, a former British naval officer unjustly imprisoned for treason and has escaped to go on a mission of vengeance.

New Xperia Ads brings gaming to life

Sony-Ericsson has released a pair of games which showcases the anytime game playing ability of the Xperia Play. In the videos, the central character is waiting at a bus stop and a restaurant, and having time to kill, he whips out his Xperia Play. Suddenly, a rather sweet looking Mustang 351 comes flying down the street, sending pedestrians running for their lives. And it looks like our hero is controlling it with his Play controls. Then, the car loses control and crashes into a brick wall. He winces, and takes a call. The commercial ends with the `Stang flying over the bus. Then there's the second ...

Galaxy on Fire 2 now available in Android Market

Fishlabs Entertainment has taken Galaxy on Fire 2 out of Beta and has released it on the Android Marketplace. The game, part of NVidia's Tegra Zone, has epic space battles, weird aliens and romance? Sadly, even though we took the beta version through it's paces on a Motorola Xoom tablet, according to the Android market entry, the game is listed as only supported on Sony Ericsson Xperia Play smartphones. That's too bad, especially since we reported that the Xperia Play isn't even available in the US yet. But it may also explain the $11.26 price tag. Still, it's a frakking sweet game.

FastFive Game Trailer launched by Gameloft

Gameloft has released a trailer for Fast Five: The Movie: The Official Game. And man, for a mobile 3D app, the graphics quality is awesome. The trailer shows a wide variety of racers and courses and some really thrilling explosions. It makes me think that the game is probably going to be more entertaining than the movie itself.

Gameloft Announces Xperia Play Exclusive game BackStab [video]

Gameloft has just announced a new and exciting game that will be coming to Android, and later iOS. The Xperia Play exclusive will be available for Play owners only for the first month or so according to sources, then will be released for the rest of the Android community so they can all wish they had the controls the Xperia Play has. This is a very polished game with a little mix of action and adventure. It is sure to please many of you Thumb gamers.

GameLoft to distribute games through Amazon [Updated]

GameLoft has announced that they've hitched their wagon to the Amazon AppStore for Android and will be distributing their games. Citing security and piracy concerns, GameLoft stated that they want their users to be confident that the games they download aren't being co-opted with malware, which has afflicted the Android Marketplace lately. Additionally, GameLoft stated DRM as another reason to go with Amazon as a distribution partner. Considering that Amazon will be putting strict controls and must approve every app for listing is a compelling and attractive reason, but let's not forget the large pond that Amazon enjoys. Although not as large as the Android Marketplace, the online portal has launched with over 3,800 titles out of the box, its one-click eco system makes purchasing apps both secure and easy.
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