Gaming

Freemium gaming on the rise

The App Annie 2013 Retrospective report has recently been published and it is showing some interesting trends in terms of mobile gaming. The first deals with the types of devices players are gravitating towards and the second deals with the freemium model. We often associate the freemium model with gaming, however the report also shows this is also growing on the non-gaming side.

Google demos Glass functionality with five new mini-games

Google has recently released five mini-games for Glass. The games include Tennis, Balance, Clay Shooter, Matcher, and Shape Splitter. These will be available using the "Ok Glass, Play a Game" command, but perhaps key here, Google has said they released these games in an effort to inspire developers.

Disney teases Star Wars: Assault Team game ahead of launch

Disney Interactive, along with LucasArts have begun teasing their latest release for Android. The game, which is set to arrive sometime this spring, is called Star Wars: Assault Team. Neither Disney or LucasArts have offered up a full set of details just yet, however we do know the game will be a turn-based card combat game.

TegraZone v2.9 update brings support for all Android users

NVIDIA has rolled out the latest update for the TegraZone app. This update is currently available by way of the Play Store, and brings the app up to version 2.9.0. The changelog that accompanies this update has a few key items listed, one of which is wider support. NVIDIA has opened up the TegraZone app so it can now be installed on non-Tegra devices.

RBI Baseball hitting mobile devices in spring 2014

It has been quite some time since a new release of RBI Baseball has been available. In fact, this title was perhaps best known when it was available on the original NES. The last release came back in the mid-90's when RBI Baseball 95 was released for the Sega 32X. History of the game aside, it seems Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) has a new release in the works for later this year.