It’s been a while since you’ve heard of full-pledged premium games going for cheap via the Google Play Store, so you may want to take advantage of this. EA Games and Chillingo are taking part in a promo where they are now
The Need For Speed franchise needs no introduction – they’ve been one of, if not THE, most popular car racing games in recent history. And so when the franchise puts out a new game, a lot of people will usually want to know
Comcast and EA revealed a partnership today to get people gaming on their high-bandwith Comcast X1 set-top box. They call it "Xfinity Games" and the US cable outfit is partnering up with video gaming giant EA to bring casual
We’ll understand if you say it has been a while since you’ve heard of Zynga. They were once big when Facebook games were the “in thing”, but a rapid decline also saw Zynga take the full brunt of Facebook being an unstable
Who says plants and zombies cannot fall in love? Well the mortal enemies might be constantly trying to kill each other on your mobile devices, but at least this Valentine's day, they can show each other how much they really care.
A little less than a month ago, the still-hugely popular Plants vs. Zombies game app received an update called Big Wave Beach part 1. A little late for Halloween, but part 2 of the Big Wave Beach update has just arrived and gives
Who among us have never enjoyed a SIMs game (and maybe you still are addicted to it!) or an entertaining-at-the-start-but-might-get-repetitive-eventually city building game? A new game from EA combines the best of both worlds as
Electronic Arts is still banking on Plants vs Zombies to bring in money. Why wouldn’t it since the mobile game is still popular although nothing compared to when it first came out. The Plants vs Zombies 2 was released October
EA Games has just pushed out a massive update to celebrate 150 million downloads of Plants vs Zombies 2. In this Far Future expansion, players will be faced with the zombies of tomorrow, but in return, they will be also be able
EA and Mythic announced Dungeon Keeper for Android back in August of 2013. At the time the game was expected to arrive in the Play Store during the winter months, however the initial availability was limited to a few markets.