As expected, halfway into its campaign, Humble Bundle adds a few more games to its list. While these three games look simple on the surface, each bears its own unique feature that could keep you entertained for hours.
Ready for a new Angry Birds game? Rovio hopes you are, and a new teaser suggests one is incoming. In the video below, we see a new twist on a (now) old favorite. A bit of the old, a touch of the new, and a lot of mystery surrounding this incoming title.
QuizUp, the new know-it-all game for Android, has long been an iOS mainstay. When it came to Android, one major, glaring issue dogged it. Without support for the newer ART runtime, many wondered if they’d be able to use QuizUp with future Android iterations. An update answers those questions.
AMC is readying a mobile game spun from their hit show The Walking Dead. Though no timeline for release was announced, the studio has brought in an experienced game studio in Next Games to help the project along. Details are sparse right now, but we’re promised the same “moment-to-moment tension of the TV series”.
Hey, want to slaughter a bunch of Zombies? You know you do. Dead Trigger 2 is a favorite around the Android Community offices, and it’s getting a unique update. With the addition of Arena mode, we may get the chance to kill more zombies than we thought possible.
An iOS mainstay, QuizUp has finally made its way to Android. The popular test your knowledge app is now available for free in the Play Store, and offers the same great experience our iOS counterparts have enjoyed for some time. If you think you’re smarter than the next guy, QuizUp might be something you should try.
A new report this morning suggests Microsoft is readying their Xbox Live platform for Android and iOS to also encompass mobile gaming. Microsoft recently posted a Software Engineer job listing, noting the new position will help build an “extensible and scalable” cross-platform offering. The service is believed to act much like Google or Apple’s current social gaming initiatives.
Do you play games on your tablet or smartphone? If you do (and we’re willing to bet you do), a new study shows you’re probably not spending anything. If you are making in-app purchases or buying apps, you’re likely doing it quite a bit, as less than 1% of us comprise 50% of total spending.
How much is Clash of Clans worth? To you and I, likely what we spent in-app for builders’ huts and more gems. For the company behind the popular game, the answer is about $790 million. That’s their revenue jump from 2012 to 2013, thanks in large part to the game.
Now that Flappy Bird is gone from us, we’re left wondering what just happened. A game, which has been in existence (and available!) for months, suddenly rises like a Phoenix and scorches the earth below. Frustrating, ugly, and maddeningly simple, Flappy Bird was pulled from various app stores over the weekend. Did we learn our lesson, though?