Gaming

Signup for HTC Vive Developer Edition now open, free for devs

HTC joining the virtual reality game was a surprise to everyone at the Mobile World Congress last month. Taiwanese tech giant HTC partnered with Valve to bring the Vive VR headset perhaps to compete with Oculus, Samsung, and Google. We learned just before March ended that it's heading out free to developers. The time has come and HTC Vive Developer Edition is now ready for signups from willing developers.

Puzzle meets RPG in Dungeon Link, now on Android

If you like either puzzle games or role-playing ones, or both, then games that combine the two should be catnip to a mobile gamer like you. Dungeon Link is a new Android game that looks simple on paper, a bit more complicated based on the back story, but ultimately, should be a fun time-filler based on the graphics and gameplay. Combining two of the most popular kinds of games and adding a social element to it should pique the interest of those looking for a new game to play.

Social gaming now available on your Blackberry Messenger

While Blackberry has taken a huge fall in recent years and has earned a rep for being a poster boy for failing in the age of digital and gadgets, they have been slowly trying to reinvent themselves, focusing more on software technology rather than creating more hardware. Their latest move is to introduce social gaming to BBM users through the BBM Connect Games for Android. This is following in the footsteps of other messaging apps also integrating games onto your normal, everyday chats.

EA Sports UFC mobile game launches today, pricey IAPs

We were wondering when a developer would actually pick up on the boom of the popularity of UFC and mixed martial arts in general. That question is answered today, as EA Sports launches the “EA SPORTS UFC” game on Android (and iOS). The game has been a relative success during its soft-launch period, so let’s see if that would translate to the global market.

Explore an abandaoned asylum in Amazon Game’s Lost Within

If you like your mobile games with a little bit of the scare factor, but without demons or otherworldly evil creatures, then your best bet would be dealing with old, abandoned buildings or places. What better place to set up a game than in an abandoned asylum with a checkered past? That is the premise of the new game Lost Within, now available for your Fire devices from the Amazon Game Studios.

Google intros haptic feedback-friendly ‘Games You Can Feel’

A responsive touchscreen display isn't just enough for a more enjoyable and uninterrupted mobile gaming. Soon, geeks and gamers will demand for haptic feedback technology to arrive on their games and gadgets. Going ahead of other names in the industry, Google has just introduced a new category on Google Play for special haptic feedback-friendly games. Once inside the Google Play Store, you'll see a small collection of games of this sort.

Crowntakers: Be prepared to save the king from evil

Like any other kingdoms, you don't want yours to be defeated and taken over by anyone else. If you are an ordinary citizen or just a commoner, you can choose to go on with your life or decide to become a hero by defending the king. There is a chance for someone like you to be elected by the king to go on an epic adventure that will free him from the evil duke's plans. With Crowntaker, you can be that great hero your kingdom will ever have.

Uncover the truth in Rewind Android game

If you're a mobile gamer and a lover of movie-like storylines, then you probably like games that you just don't play, but you immerse yourself in as well. A new game that just came out for Android devices is called Rewind: One Last Chance, and lest you think that this is a love story about lost chances or turning back time, that is so far from the truth. In fact, the truth here is on trial, as the game description says.
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